Template:New texts

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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

Light waves and their uses (1902)
 by Albert Abraham Michelson
The World Set Free (1914)
 by Herbert George Wells
The Shaving of Shagpat (1909)
 by George Meredith
The Song of the Cheerful (but slightly Sarcastic) Jesus (1905)
 by Oliver St. John Gogarty
The Special 301 Report, Issue 2015
 by Office of the United States Trade Representative
Little Mr. Bouncer; and Tales of College Life (1893)
 by Cuthbert Bede
Translations from Pindar (1906)
 by Pindar, translated by Henry David Thoreau


Older entries (not currently displayed)

Hymns for the Coronation of His Majesty King Edward VII, Musical note nicu bucule 01.svg (1902)
 by various hymnwriters
The Wonderful Visit (1895)
 by Herbert George Wells
The House of Atreus, 2nd edition Speaker Icon.svg (1889)
 by Aeschylus, translated by Edmund Doidge Anderson Morshead
Eastern Book Company & Ors vs D.B. Modak & Anr (2007)
 by the Supreme Court of India
Tarzan of the Apes (1914)
 by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1883)
 by John Henry Ingram
The Serpent (1850)
 by Giambattista Basile, translated by John Edward Taylor
Oriental Scenery (1816)
 by Thomas Daniell and William Daniell
The Battery and the Boiler (1883)
 by R. M. Ballantyne
Ode on the Day of the Coronation of King Edward VII (1902)
 by William Watson
The Earliest Lives of Dante (1901)
 by Giovanni Boccaccio & Leonardo Bruni, translated by James Robinson Smith
Us and the Bottle Man (1920)
 by Edith Ballinger Price
Thoreau: His Home, Friends and Books (1902)
 by Annie Russell Marble
Comey Statement for the Record Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (2017)
 by James B. Comey
Travels in Philadelphia (1920)
 by Christopher Morley
Genius (1849)
 by Sampson Reed
Gagliuso (1850)
 by Giambattista Basile, translated by John Edward Taylor
War (1849)
 by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Diddle, Diddle; Or, The Kind Country Lovers (17th century)
 by Anonymous
Alden the Pony Express Rider (1909)
 by Edward S. Ellis
The Sundhya, or, the Daily Prayers of the Brahmins (1851)
 by Sophie Charlotte Belnos
Prohibition (1867)
 by Alexander Tilloch Galt
Science and Health (1881)
 by Mary Baker G. Eddy
Violet (1850)
 by Giambattista Basile, translated by John Edward Taylor
The First and Last Journeys of Thoreau, Volume 1 (1905)
 by Henry David Thoreau
Demagogues and Mystagogues (1908)
 by Gilbert Keith Chesterton
The New Life (La Vita Nuova) of Dante Alighieri (1899)
 by Dante Alighieri, translated by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

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