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The Yale Editions of the Private Papers of James Boswell. Electronic Edition. book cover

The Yale Editions of the Private Papers of James Boswell. Electronic Edition.

ISBN: 978-1-57085-110-0

Language: English

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Detail: Portrait of James Boswell. Oil on canvas. By Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1785

List of Contents

Life of Johnson (Manuscript Edition)

James Boswell’s Life of Johnson: An Edition of the Original Manuscript in Four Volumes, Vol. 4: Not Yet Published.

James Boswell's Life of Johnson: An Edition of the Original Manuscript in Four Volumes, Vol. 3: 1776–1780, edited by Thomas F. Bonnell (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012).

James Boswell’s Life of Johnson: An Edition of the Original Manuscript in Four Volumes, Vol. 2: 1766–1776, edited by Bruce Redford, with Elizabeth Goldring (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998).

James Boswell’s Life of Johnson: An Edition of the Original Manuscript in Four Volumes, Vol. 1: 1709–1765, edited by Marshall Waingrow (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; New Haven: Yale University Press, 1994).


Journals

James Boswell: The Journal of His German and Swiss Travels, 1764, edited by Marlies K. Danziger (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008).

Boswell’s London Journal 1762–1763, edited by Frederick A. Pottle (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004).

Boswell, Laird of Auchinleck, 1778–1782, edited by Joseph W. Reed and Frederick A. Pottle (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1993).


Correspondence

The General Correspondence of James Boswell, 1757–1763, edited by David Hankins and James J. Caudle (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006).

The Correspondence and Other Papers of James Boswell Relating to the Making of the Life of Johnson, edited by Marshall Waingrow (London: Heinemann; New York: McGraw Hill, 1969; 2nd edition, corrected and enlarged, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001).

The Correspondence of James Boswell with James Bruce and Andrew Gibb, Overseers of the Auchinleck Estate, edited by Nellie Pottle Hankins and John Strawhorn (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998).

The General Correspondence of James Boswell 1766-1769, Vol. 2: 1768–1769, edited by Richard C. Cole, with Peter S. Baker and Rachel McClellan, and with the assistance of James J. Caudle (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997).

The Correspondence of James Boswell and William Johnson Temple, 1756–1795, Vol. 1: 1756–1777, edited by Thomas Crawford (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997).

The General Correspondence of James Boswell 1766-1769, Vol. 1: 1766–1767, edited by Richard C. Cole with Peter S. Baker and Rachel McClellan, and with the assistance of James J. Caudle (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993).

The Correspondence of James Boswell with David Garrick, Edmund Burke, and Edmond Malone, edited by Peter S. Baker, Thomas W. Copeland, George M. Kahrl, Rachel McClellan, and James Osborn, with the assistance of Robert Mankin and Mark Wollaeger (London: Heinemann; New York: McGraw Hill, 1986).

The Correspondence of James Boswell with Certain Members of the Club, edited by Charles N. Fifer (London: Heinemann; New York: McGraw Hill, 1976).

The Correspondence of James Boswell and John Johnston of Grange, edited by Ralph S. Walker (London: Heinemann; New York: McGraw Hill, 1966).


Catalogue

Catalogue of the Papers of James Boswell at Yale University, by Marion S. Pottle, Claude Colleer Abbott and Frederick A. Pottle, 3 Vols. (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993).



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