MARCH LIST OF HOKUSEIDO ENGLISH TEXT-BOOKS

MARCH 1 LIST OF HOKUSEIDO ENGLISH TEXT-BOOKS EXCLUSIVELY FOR USE IN SCHOOLS IN JAPAN )Esop's Fables .43 Andersen's Fairy Tales .37 Arabian Nights, Sto...

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LIST OF HOKUSEIDO ENGLISH TEXT-BOOKS EXCLUSIVELY FOR USE IN SCHOOLS IN JAPAN

)Esop's Fables .43 Andersen's Fairy Tales .37 Arabian Nights, Stories from the .44 Biographical Stories .46 By the Hearth and in the Field .40 Cinderella and Other Stories .48 Cuore .48 Don Quixote, Stories from .41 .35 Easy Stories for Boys and Girls English History, Stories from .48 Ethics for Young People .43 Fifty Famous Stories .53 Great Lives in History .55 Grimm's Fairy Tales .38 Gulliver's Travels .30 Little English Citizen, The (Lee) .36 Mitsui: The Meridian ~eaders 1-V 1-.72, 11- .80,111- .85, IV-.85, V-.78

Outlines of English History .56 Pandora arid Other Stories .43 Practical English Conversation Cil!Ctn .60 Robinson Crusoe .34 Shakespeare, Stories from .41 Simple Practical English Conversation I. II. :11- .35 Tour through the British Isles .40 .52 Twenty More Famous Stories Union Fourth Reader .43 Use of Life, The (Avebury) .43 Water·Babies .37 Wonder-Book .53 Yamada: English Grammar Cil!CilJJ!Iil) .60 , : Girls' English Grammar .45 Yamazaki : English Grammar & Comp. l. II. :11- .60 ~~wrl3fim:

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Life and Humanity .60 Little Lord Fauntleroy (4-:',H·) 1.00 London Chronicle, A (Frank H. Lee) 1.50 London (Jack), Selections from .90 Love of the Alps (Symonds) .60 Lure of the Sea, The 1.00 Malachi's Cove and Other Tales (A. Trollope) 1.00 Mansfield (Katharine), Selections from 1.00 Maugham (Somerset) & Other British .85 Writers Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, (Doyle) .80 Miscellany of Typical Prose, A .50 Model Millionaire and Other Stories .40 Olalla (R. L. Stevenson) .38 0. Henry: Best Short Stories 1.00 Our Village (Milford) 1.20 Pavilion on the Links, The (Stevenson) .50 Peter Schlemihl, The Shadowless Man .60 Poe (E. A.), Seven Select Stories from .60 Quentin Durward (Scott) 1.20 Rajah's Diamond, The (R. L. Stevenson) .50 Representative Short Stories .80 Rip Van Winkle and Other Sketches 1.00 Rosamund Gray and Selected Poems .60 Sexton's Hero & Other Tales (Gaskell) .80 Sleeping Fires (Gissing) .80 Shakespeare, Tales from (Lamb) .50 Silas Marner (G. Elliot) .90 Son's Veto and Other Tales, The (Hardy) .60 Story of a Bad Boy, The (Aldrich) .80 Tagore, Rabindranath (Selections) 1.00 Tales from T error and Mystery .70 Tchehov (Anton), Selections from I.II. :11-1.00 Their Best Detective Stories 1.00 Their Best Short Stories .90 Tom Brown's School Days (Hughes) 1.00 Twelve Best Short Stories 1.00 Twice Told Tales (Selections) .70 Three Men in a Boat (f. K. jerome) .80 Vicar of Wak~field, The (Goldsmith) 1.00

American Short Stories 1.20 A A · Ph.l h · p · 100 n the I osop er m ans . Anderson (Sherwood) and Other American Writers .85 Essays, Criticisms Best Novelettes of To·day 1.00 Amiel's Journal 1.00 Book of Stories, A .80 Arnold (Matthew), Selections from 1.00 British Short Stories 1.20 Book of Essays, A .80 Call of the Wild, The (].London) 1.00 Citizen of the World, The (Goldsmith) .80 Character of Napoleon Bonaparte .35 Contemporary Essays .80 Choice Novelettes 1.00 Critical and Miscellaneous Writings 1.00 Christmas Carol, A (Dickens) 1.00 Culture and Life .80 Cricket on the Hearth, The (Dickens) 1.00 i Glimpses of the Modern English Critics .50 Contemporary Short Stories 1.00 ' Great Thinkers .80 Confessions of an Opium-Eater (D.Q.) 1.00 Happiness in Life (B. Russell) .75 Conrad (Joseph), Selections from 1.00 Helps's Essays .50 Country of the Blind and the Door in Heroes and Hero-Worship (Carlyle) .80 the Wall, The (Wells) .35 Higher Intelligences 1.00 De Profundis (Wilde) 1.00 How to Get What You Want (Marden) .50 Dickens (Charles), Tales from .35 How to Live on 24 Hours a Day (Bennett) ' .80 Eminent Authors, .Select Pieces from .60 English Country Calendar, The (Lee) LOO Huxley (T. Henry), Selected Essays of .90 English Prose .60 Inge and Jacks, Select Essays of 1.20 English Maii·Coach, The (De Quincey) 1.00 Intellectual Life, The (Hamertonl .60 Facts and Fiction .85 Literary Prose .80 Five Short Stories (Stevenson) 1.00 Literary T astes (Bennet) .50 Five Best Stories .80 Maurice Baring, Selected Lectures of .90 Francois Villon (R. L. Stevenson) .50 Pater (Walter), Selections from 1.00 Galsworthy (John), Selections from 1.00 Pen, Pencil and Poison and Other Gissfng (George\, Selections from .70 Essays (Wilde) 1.00 Great Modern Short Stories 1.00 Representative Modern Essays .80 .60 Soul of Man, The (Wilde) .50 Half Hours with Modern Writers .50 Swinton's Studies in English Literature 2.00 Happy Prince & Other Tales (Wilde) Hardy (Thomas), Selections from 1.00 Thoreau (Henry D.\ Essays of .50 Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow Two Critical Essays .60 (]. K j erome) .50 Unto this Last and Poems (Ruskin) 1.00 Jonathan & his Continent (Max 0'Rell) .60 Viscount Grey of Fallodon, Four Essays .65 Lawrence, and Other Contemporary World A Century Ahead, The Writers .90 (Birkenhead) .50

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Epistemology and Ontology (Jerusalem) .50 Essence of Modern Idealism, (Royce) 1.00 Fathers of Philosophy and Science, The (Durant) 1.00 On Liberty (S. Mill) 1.20 Science of Religion (A. Menzies) .40 Scientific Readings "Biological " 1.20 . "Physical" 1.20 Self-Reliance and Compensation .35 (Emerson ) Subjection of Women, The (Mill) .90 Utilitarianism (S. Mill) .80 Dramas

Contemporary One-Act Plays 1.00 .60 Five Short Plays Great Modern One-Act Plays 1.00 Little Masterpieces of Ten Great 1.30 Dramatists 1.50 Shakespeare, Extracts from 1.20 Two Famous Plays of To-day Passing of the Third Floor Back an Idle Fancy (]. K j erome) 1.00 H istory, Biography

Chivalry and Sportsmanship (T. Lyell) .80 Lord Clive and Samuel Johnson (Macaulay) 1.00 Making of Man, The (H. G. Wells) 1.00 Martyrdom of Man, The (W. Read~) 1.00 Mill's· Autobiography 1.00 Modern Masterpieces of Auto· biography 1.00 Representative Men (Emerson ) .70 Seven Great Men of To-day (Gardiner) .60 Two Eminent Victorians (L. Strachey) .90 World before Man, The (H. G. Wells ) 1.00 Sports

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Cecil Rhodes Democracy & Public Opinion (Bryce) Essays on Modern Problems English Constitution (Bagehot) Moral Ideas and Social Life Readings in Economics Social Evolution Social Problems Views and Opinions on Modern Problems Where is the World Going?

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Poetry

Comus and Lycidas (Milton) English Poems Eriglish Verses Enoch Arden and Locksley Hall Introduction to English Poetry, An (S. H. Batty-Smith) Little Gems of E nglish Poetry Lyrical Poems of England Poems on Evening and Night

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Higher English Composition (Tomita) I. II. :11- .90 English Composition (Hanazono) .70 English Composition for Advanced Students CSudo J I. II. 41- .70 Talks in Tokyo (Gaiger) 1.00 Oral English (T. johns) .35 J::jfc!Ql ~\. , Lafcad io Hearn Series ~ , <'[ l!ij;OZ> !JJ' i~l{>

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