Author:Charles Harold Herford
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F.B.A.; Professor of English Literature at University of Manchester (1901-21).
This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, and the list on this page is complete to 1901.
Articles written by this author are designated in the DNB by the initials "C. H. H."
- The Essential Characteristics of the Romantic and Classical Styles (1880) 
- The Social History of the English Drama (1881)
- Studies in the Literary Relations of England and Germany in the Sixteenth Century (1886)
- Shakespeare's Masters and As You Like It (1890)
- Spencer's The shepheards calendar (1895)
- The age of Wordsworth (1897)
- The Eversley Shakespeare, in 10 volumes (1899) editor
- English Tales in Verse (1902)
- Robert Browning (1905)
- The Collected Works of Henrik Ibsen (1906) editor
- Edited The Tragedy of King Richard the Second in The Warwick Shakespeare, c. 1908
- Edited Henry the Forth—Part II in The Warwick Shakespeare, c. 1908
- Edited Othello in The Warwick Shakespeare, c. 1908
- The Bearing of English Studies upon the National Life (1910) pamphlet
- The Intellectual and Literary History of Germany in the nineteenth Century (1912) in Germany in the Nineteenth Century, with E. C. K. Gonner, J. H. Rose and M. E. Sadler
- Goethe (1913)
- Is there a poetic view of the world? (1916) Warton Lecture on English Poetry
- The lyrical poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1916) editor
- Norse myth in English poetry (1919)
- The Normality of Shakespeare Illustrated in his Treatment of Love and Marriage (1920) pamphlet
- The dramatic poems of Shelley (1922) editor
- Dante and Milton (1924)
- Ben Jonson. ed. C. H. Herford and Percy Simpson (Oxford University Press 1925-1953) and Evelyn Simpson
- The narrative poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1927) editor
- English Literature (1927)
- The Post-War Mind of Germany, and other European Essays (1927)
- Wordsworth (1929)
Works about Herford 
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