438 Dictionary of English Literature JACOBS, JOSEPH (1854). Writer on folk-lore and Jewish
history. English Fairy Tales (1890), Celtic Fairy Tales (1891), Indian Fairy Tales (1892), Reynard the Fox (1895), Jews of Angevin England (1893), Sources of the History of the Jews in Spain (1895); has ed. various English classics, e.g., Caxton's " Jisop " and Howell's " Familiar Letters," and many modern works, etc.
JACOBS, WILLIAM WYMARK (1863). Novelist. Many
Cargoes (1896), The Skipper's Wooing (1897), A Master of Craft (1900), At Sunwich Port (1902), Odd Craft (1903), Dialstone Lane (1904), Short Cruises (1907), Salthaven (1908). Plays (with Louis N. Parker), Beauty and the Barge, The Monkey's Paw, etc.
JAMES, HENRY (1843). American novelist and critic.
A Passionate Pilgrim (1875), The American (1877), The Europeans (1878), Daisy Miller (1878), A Bundle of Letters (1879), Washington Square (1880), The Bostonians (1886), A London Life (1889), Ter minations (1896), What Maisie Knew (1897), The Two Magics (1898), The Sacred Fount (1901), The Ambassador (1903), The American Scene (1907), The High Bid (1909); in criticism, French Poets and Novelists (1878), Partial Portraits, etc.
JAMES, WILLIAM, LL.D., ETC. (1842). Psychologist.
Principles of Psychology (1890), Human Immortality (1897), The Varieties of Religious Experience (1902), Pragmatism (1907), and The Meaning of Truth (1909).
JEROME, JEROME KLAPKA (1860). Novelist, playwright,'
etc. On the Stage and Off (1885), Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow (1889), Three Men in a Boat (1891), Sketches in Lavender (1897), Paul Kelver (1902), Tommy & Co. (1904). Plays, The Passing of the Third Floor Back (1907), etc.
JESSOP, REV. AUGUSTUS, D.D. (1824). Historian. One
Generation of a Norfolk House (1878), History of the Diocese of Norwich (1879), Arcady for Better or Worse (1881), The Coming of the Friars (1885), Random Roaming (1896), Before the Great Pillage (1901), ed. works by Donne, etc.
JOHNSTON, MARY. American Novelist. The Old
Dominion, By Order of the Company, Audrey, Sir Mortimer, The Goddess of Reason.
JONES, HENRY ARTHUR (1851). Dramatist. A Clerical
Error (1879), The Silver King (1882), Saints and Sinners (1884), The Middleman (1889), The Case of Rebellious Susan (1894), The Liars (1897), The Hypocrites (1906), etc.
KIDD, BENJAMIN (1858). Sociologist, etc. Social
Evolution (1894), Principles of Western Civilisation (1902), etc.
KIPLING, RUDYARD (1865). Novelist, etc. Depart mental Ditties (1886), Plain Tales from the Hills (1887), Soldiers Three, The Light that Failed (1891), The Jungle Books (1894 and 1895), Kim (1901), Puck of Pook's Hill, Actions and Reactions (1909),