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- Adventures Social and Literary (1922)
- Escarlamonde and Other Poems (1893)
- John of Damascus (1901)
- "Croce, Benedetto," in Encyclopædia Britannica (12th ed., 1922) (with G. Castellano)
- "Two Poems" in The Yellow Book, 13 (1897), pp. 194–195: "The Death of Verlaine" and "Her Colours"
- Croce, Benedetto. Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic. (1909)
- Croce, Benedetto. Ariosto, Shakespeare and Corneille. (1920)
- Croce, Benedetto. Conduct of Life, The. (1924)
- Croce, Benedetto. Essence of Aesthetic, The. (1921)
- Croce, Benedetto. European Literature In The Nineteenth Century. (1924)
- Croce, Benedetto. Goethe. (1923)
- Croce, Benedetto. History: Its Theory and Practice. (1921)
- Croce, Benedetto. Logic as the Science of the Pure Concept. (1917)
- Croce, Benedetto. Philosophy of the Practical: Economic and Ethic. (1913)
- Croce, Benedetto. Poetry of Dante, The. (1922)
- Croce, Benedetto. Theory & History of Historiography. (1921)
- Croce, Benedetto. What is Living and What is Dead of the Philosophy of Hegel. (1915)
Works about Ainslie
- "Duff, Ainslie Grant," in Alumni Oxonienses: the Members of the University of Oxford, 1715-1886, by Joseph Foster, London: Parker and Co. (1888–1892) in 4 vols.
- "Ainslie, Ainslie Douglas," in Men-at-the-Bar (2nd ed., p. 4), by Foster, J., London: Hazel, Watson and Viney, Limited (1885)
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