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  • This is for newly completed works.
  • Add new items using {{new texts/item}}. No subst. See documentation for information to overwrite title.
  • Please use a descriptive edit summary of the work being added.

Simple listing:

{{new texts/item|LINK TO WORK|Author name|YYYY}}

Advanced listing controlling aspects of display (nowiki=yes displays the author name without a wikilink):

{{new texts/item|LINK TO WORK|Author name|YYYY|nowiki=yes|display=Preferred title to display}}

Please limit the number of texts to a maximum of seven, so that it fits nicely on the page.

  1. Insert a new text on the top, and move the bottom one to the "Old" section.
  2. Try not to have two texts by the same author on this template at the same time, thanks.
  3. Have a descriptive edit-summary of the work being added to help enable management of this page
  4. Edit the New texts section

New texts

NOTE: When adding a new text, move the last entry from the upper list to the top of the lower list below, under the text "Older entries". This will still hide it from view on the main page, though make monthly archival easier. All new additions are to be placed between the onlyinclude tags

Medea (1894)

by Euripides, translated by Arthur Sanders Way

Love and Mr. Lewisham (1899)

The Jail (1921)

Some Account of the Science of Botany (1827)

Dr. Andrew Ure: a slight sketch (1876)

by Anonymous/ William Beattie

America Fallen! (1915)

Democracy in America (v. 1) (1835)


Older entries (not currently displayed)

Electra (1896)

by Euripides, translated by Arthur Sanders Way

Jefferson Beauregard Sessions Resignation Letter (2018)

Heroic Airmen Are Key To Victory (1918)

Climate Change: The Fiscal Risks Facing The Federal Government (2016)

by Office of Management and Budget

The War and the Future (1918)

The Cost of Delaying Action to Stem Climate Change (2014)

Andromache (1896)

by Euripides, translated by Arthur Sanders Way

Bohemia's claim for freedom (1915)

The Ganas or Republics of Ancient India (1920)

Alcestis (1894)

by Euripides, translated by Arthur Sanders Way

The Thruston speech upon the progress of medicine 1869 (1869)

Some Unpublished Letters of Henry D. and Sophia E. Thoreau (1898)

Orphée aux Enfers (1868)

by Ludovic Halévy & Hector Crémieux, translated anonymously

The Lost Galleon and Other Tales (1867)

George Sand (1889)

Autumn: From the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau (1892)

Culture and Anarchy: An Essay in Political and Social Criticism (1882)

Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents and Strange Events (1900)

Implications for US National Security of Anticipated Climate Change (2016)

Cyber Threats to Elections: a Lexicon (2018)

Studies in Socialism (1906)

by Jean Jaurès, translated by Mildred Minturn

A history of the gunpowder plot (1904)

Correspondence (1849)

Poems of Ossian (1900)

translated by James Macpherson

On the Anglo-Saxon Charters of Frizwald, Ælfred, and Edward the Confessor, to Chertsey Abbey (1858)

Imperialism and Australian Conditions (1905)

Foreign Economic Espionage in Cyberspace (2018)

Winter: From the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau (1888)

The Native Question in South Africa (1905)

The grammar of Dionysios Thrax (1874)

Remarks by President Trump to the 73rd Session of the United Nations General Assembly (2018)

The French-Canadians and the Empire (1905)

Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent US Elections (2017)

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