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Charles Kingsley

Life: 1819-1875

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Twenty-Five Village Sermons, [en]

Five Sermons, [en]

Historical Lectures and Essays, [en]

At Last
A Christmas in the West Indies, [en]

The Saint's Tragedy, [en] 1848

Alton Locke, Tailor And Poet
(An Autobiography) , [en] 1849

Loose Thoughts for Loose Thinkers, [en] 1852

Hypatia, [en] 1853

Alexandria and her Schools, [en] 1854

or The Wonders of the Shore, [en] 1855

Westward Ho!, [en] 1855

The Heroes
or, Greek fairy tales for my children, [en] 1856

The Good News of God, [en] 1859

The Water-Babies
A Fairy Tale for a Land Baby, [en] 1863

Roman and the Teuton, [en] 1864

Hereward, The Last of the English
A Novel, [en] 1865

The Ancien Regime, [en] 1867

The Water of Life and Other Sermons, [en] 1867

Women and Politics, [en] 1869

The Hermits, [en] 1869

Madam How and Lady Why, [en] 1869

Town Geology, [en] 1871

Discipline and Other Sermons, [en] 1872

Plays and Puritans, [en] 1873

Prose Idylls, [en] 1873

Health and Education, [en] 1874

Lectures Delivered in America in 1874, [en] 1875

Sanitary and Social Lectures, and Essays, [en] 1880

Out of the Deep
Words for the Sorrowful, [en] 1880

Westminster Sermons
with a Preface, [en] 1881

True Words for Brave Men, [en] 1884

Daily Thoughts
selected from the writings of Charles Kingsley by his wife, [en] 1885

Roman and the Teuton
A Series of Lectures Delivered Before the University of Cambridge, [en] 1889

Froude's History of England, [en] 1890

Sir Walter Raleigh and His Times, [en] 1890

Two Years Ago, Volume I, [en] 1901

Two Years Ago, Volume II, [en] 1901

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