Author:Thomas Paine

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Thomas Paine
An intellectual, scholar, revolutionary, and idealist, is widely recognized as one of the founding fathers of the United States.
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Thomas Paine


Major Works[edit]

Additions to Common sense, 1776 external scan
Appendix to the Theological works of Thomas Paine, 1820 external scan
  • Political and miscellaneous works, 1819 vol 1, vol 2
  • The theological, miscellaneous, and poetical works of Thomas Paine: also, a letter to George Washington, and letters to the citizens of the United States, after an absence of fifteen years; to which is added the will of Thomas Paine, 1844 external scan
  • Writings; 1894 vol 1, vol 2, vol 3, vol 4




  • A letter addressed to the Abbe Raynal on the affairs of North-America: in which the mistakes in the Abbe's account of the revolution of America are corrected and cleared up, 1782 external scan
  • A letter to the Earl of Shelburne, on his speech, July 10th, 1782, respecting the acknowledgement of American independence, 1791 external scan
  • Letter addressed to the addressers, on the late proclamation, 1792 (short work) external scan
  • A letter to the Hon. Thomas Erskine, on the prosecution of Thomas Williams, for publishing The age of reason, 1797 external scan
  • Two letters : being a correspondence between Andrew A. Dean of New-Rochelle, and Thomas Paine, 1823 external scan

Works about Paine[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.