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Rodney William Whitaker (June 12, 1931 – Dec 14, 2005) was an American film scholar and writer who wrote several successful novels under the pen nameTrevanian. Whitaker wrote in a wide variety of genres, achieved best-seller status, and published under several other names as well, including Nicholas Seare, Beñat Le Cagot and Edoard Moran. He published the non-fiction The Language of Film under his own name.

Between 1972 and 1983, five of his novels sold more than a million copies each.[1] He was described as "the only writer of airport paperbacks to be compared to Zola, Ian Fleming, Poe and Chaucer."[2] Whitaker adamantly avoided publicity for most of his life. His real name was a closely held secret until 1998, when a reporter for the Austin American-Statesman published it.[3]


Born in Granville, New York, Whitaker became enthralled with stories as a boy. His family struggled with poverty. He lived for several years in Albany, New York, as a youth (a time portrayed in his last published work).

Whitaker earned bachelor's and master's degrees at the University of Washington.[4] While there he wrote and directed his three-act play Eve of the Bursting, which was his Master's thesis production in the UW Playhouse. The Company Manager and Assistant Director of the production was Jerry Pournelle. Whitaker went on to earn a doctorate in communications and film at Northwestern University.

He taught at Dana College in Blair, Nebraska, where he was chairman of the communications division. He served in the US Navy during the Korean War. Later he was awarded a Fulbright scholarship for study in England.[3]

When Whitaker wrote his first two novels, he was chairman of the Department of Radio, TV and Film at the University of Texas at Austin, where he continued to teach for many years.[3]

Whitaker married the former Diane Brandon, and they had four children: sons Lance and Christian, and daughters Alexandra and Tomasin. They lived for years in the Basque countryside of France.[3]

Whitaker died December 14, 2005, in the English West Country. He was survived by his wife and grown children.

Literary works[edit]

Whitaker said his wife chose the pen name Trevanian based on her appreciation of English historian G.M. Trevelyan. Trevanian wrote many bestselling novels in different genres, which received highly favorable critical reviews.[3]

His first novel, published at the age of forty when he was teaching at the University of Texas, was The Eiger Sanction, a thriller that became a worldwide best seller. In 1975 it was adapted as a movie directed by and starring Clint Eastwood.[4] Trevanian described the movie as "vapid" in a footnote in his later novel Shibumi. He requested (and received) a screenwriting credit as Rod Whitaker. The balance of the script was written by Warren Murphy, the mystery writer perhaps best known for co-writing the Destroyer series of action novels.

Saddened that some critics did not recognize the story as a spoof, Trevanian followed it with a more intense spoof, The Loo Sanction (1973), which depicted an ingenious art theft. Then came The Main (1976), a detective novel set in a poor neighborhood of Montreal, featuring widowed, fiftyish police lieutenant Claude LaPointe. Trevanian originally intended to publish The Main under the pen name Jean-Paul Morin.[5]

Next came Shibumi in 1979, a meta-spy novel, which received the most critical acclaim. In 1983 he published The Summer of Katya, a psychological horror novel. The wide diversity of genres led to a popular theory that "Trevanian" was a collective pen name for a group of writers working together. Under the name Nicolas Seare, Trevanian also published 1339...or So: Being an Apology for a Pedlar (1975), a witty medieval tale of love and courage; and Rude Tales and Glorious (1983), a bawdy re-telling of Arthurian tales.

After a 15-year hiatus, Trevanian returned with a Western novel called Incident at Twenty-Mile (1998), and then a collection of short stories, Hot Night in the City (2000). His last published novel, written while he was in declining health, was The Crazyladies of Pearl Street (2005), an autobiographical[6] coming-of-age story of a boy surviving with his mother and sister in the slums of Albany, New York in the years preceding and during World War II. In November 2005 it was selected as one of eleven Editors' Choice books by the Historical Novel Society.[7]

Street of the Four Winds, Trevanian's tale of Parisian artists caught in the 1848 revolution, based on his research of the era, remains unpublished. An excerpt is posted on Trevanian's web site.[8]

In 2005 Crown Publishers reprinted five of Trevanian's early books—The Eiger Sanction, The Loo Sanction, The Main, The Summer of Katya and Shibumi—as a trade paperback set.

Whitaker kept his true identity unknown for years. He refused to grant interviews or contribute to the publicity efforts of his publishers. His first known interview was granted to Carol Lawson of The New York Times for a June 10, 1979 article coinciding with the release of Shibumi. In this article Trevanian stated that "Trevanian is going out of business. Now he can talk."

It was rumored that Trevanian was Robert Ludlum writing under a pen name. Trevanian rejected that idea stating, "I don't even know who he is. I read Proust, but not much else written in the 20th century."

Trevanian wrote successfully in several genres. In a 1998 interview with Newsweek, he said that with each new book, he first decided what author should tell the story. He used Method-acting techniques to imagine himself as the author in order to work into the story he wanted to tell.[4] Trevanian fans followed his style changes with delight.[citation needed]

Trevanian said of his fans:

"The Trevanian Buff is a strange and wonderful creature: an outsider, a natural elitist, not so much a cynic as an idealist mugged by reality, not just one of those who march to a different drummer, but the solo drummer in a parade of one."[9]

This was another poke at the masses—most notably the United States and Americans in general—since his apparent disillusion with the country led him to abandon it. In later years Trevanian was more outspoken about the reasons surrounding his voluntary exile from the country of his birth; he cited US material obsession as one of the main reasons behind the declining quality of life in the United States. He said that one day Americans would wake up and realize that cheaper is not necessarily better. Trevanian also addressed the issue of value on his website.

Nonfiction (as Rod Whitaker)[edit]

  • The Language of Film (1970)
  • "Christ on Stage", Dialog 5, Summer 1966, pp. 226–7 (1966).
  • "Conversation: On translating Senecan tragedy into film", James Hynd (an interview with Rod Whitaker). Arion (Boston), v. 7 (Spring 1968), pp. 58–67 (1968).
  • Stasis. Script to a film by Rod Whitaker and Richard Kooris (1968).
  • "The Lawyer, The Lawman, and The Law: Public Image", Texas Law Review: Volume 50, Issue 4. pp. 822–7 (1972).


As Trevanian[edit]

  • The Eiger Sanction (1972)
  • The Loo Sanction (1973)
  • The Main (1976)
  • Shibumi (1979)
  • The Summer of Katya (1983)
  • Incident at Twenty-Mile (1998)
  • Hot Night in the City (2000)
  • The Crazyladies of Pearl Street (2005)

As Nicholas Seare[edit]

  • 1339...or So: Being An Apology for A Pedlar (1975) (Based on his stage play, Eve of the Bursting)
  • Rude Tales And Glorious (1983)

Short stories[edit]

  • "Switching", Trevanian. Playboy Magazine. December 1978. (A revised version of this story appeared in Hot Night in the City as After Hours at Rick's)
  • "Minutes of a Village Meeting", by Beñat Le Cagot, translated by Trevanian. Harper's Monthly. February 1979. pp. 60–63. (A revised version of this story appeared in Hot Night in the City.)
  • "That Fox-of-a-Beñat", by Beñat Le Cagot, translated by Trevanian. Yale Literary Magazine. 1984. Vol. 151, No 1, pp. 25–33. (A revised version of this story appeared in Hot Night in the City.)
  • "The Secrets of Miss Plimsoll, Private Secretary", by Trevanian. Redbook. March 1984. (A revised version of this story appeared in Hot Night in the City as "The Sacking of Miss Plimsoll".)
  • "The Apple Tree", by Trevanian. The Antioch Review, Yellow Springs: Spring 2000. Vol. 58, Iss. 2; p. 195 (14 pages). "The Apple Tree" was also anthologized in the Best American Short Stories collection for 2001.
  • "Waking to the Spirit Clock", The Antioch Review, Yellow Springs: Summer 2003. Vol. 61, Iss. 3; p. 409

Other works[edit]

  • Eve of the Bursting, Rod Whitaker. A drama in three acts, 1959; performed at the University Playhouse at the University of Washington. Whitaker also directed this performance.
  • Introduction to the 1998 Re-issue of A Climb Up to Hell by Jack Olsen. 1st Ed. Harper & Row, 1962, New York, 1962. Reprint Edition by Griffin House (St. Martins Press), New York, 1998.
  • Editor and Introduction to the short-story mystery collection Death Dance: Suspenseful Stories of the Dance Macabre. Cumberland House, 2002.
  • The Crazyladies of Pearl Street Cybernotes Companion (2005)
  • The Street of the Four Winds – Part I Internet Edition' (2005)
  • Threads for the Emperor, a one-act children's play retelling of The Emperor's New Clothes.

See also[edit]


External links[edit]

  1. ^John Rodat, "Assumed Identity", Albany's Metroland MagazineArchived 2007-08-26 at the Wayback Machine., n.d. 2005, accessed 15 Nov 2008.
  2. ^Van Boven, Sarah (Oct 12, 1998). "At last, Trevanian speaks!". Newsweek. 132 (15): 83. 
  3. ^ abcdeDouglas Martin (December 17, 2005). "Rodney Whitaker, Writer, Is Dead at 74; Best Known as Trevanian". The New York Times. Retrieved 15 Nov 2008. 
  4. ^ abcMyrna Oliver, "Rodney Whitaker, a.k.a. Trevanian, 74; Author Wrote 'Eiger Sanction'", Los Angeles Times, 19 Dec 2005, accessed 15 Nov 2008
  5. ^"The Main by Trevanian". Retrieved 29 August 2017. 
  6. ^The Crazyladies of Pearly Street.publishers, retrieved January 4, 2016.
  7. ^Editors' Choice, Historical Novel Society, Nov. 2005Archived 2008-05-11 at the Wayback Machine., accessed 15 Nov 2008
  8. ^"Trevanian's Works/Street of the Four Winds". Retrieved 29 August 2017. 
  9. ^"". Retrieved 29 August 2017. 


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Transactions See under the names of particular institutions

Transatlantic review 1959–77

Translations and paraphrases of several passages of sacred scripture, collected and prepared by a committee appointed by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland 1745 (1781, 1786, 1793)

Trapham, Thomas
        A discourse of the state of health in the island of Jamaica 1679

Trapp, John
        Annotations upon the Old and New Testament 1646–62 (1654–62, 1867–68)
Vol. I. A commentary or exposition upon the five books of Moses 1650; together with the books of Joshua, Judges, Ruth, first and second of Samuel, first and second of Kings, and first and second of Chronicles 1656 (1662)
Vol. II. Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Job, and Psalms 1656 (1657)
Vol. III. Proverbs of Solomon, Ecclesiastes, the Song of Songs 1650; Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel and Daniel 1656 (1660)
Vol. IV. Twelve minor prophets (Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zachariah, Malachy) 1654
Vol. V. New Testament 1646–47 (1656)
        Mellificium theologicum, or the marrow of many good authors 1647 (1655, 1868)

Trapp, Joseph
        Abra-Mulé; or, love and empire 1704
        Popery truly stated, and briefly confuted 1726
        The Æneis of Virgil tr. 1718–20
        The works of Virgil tr. 1731

Trappe, John
        Theologia theologiæ, the true treasure 1641

Travels of certain Englishmen 1609 (1612)
        SeeBiddulph, W.

Travers, Ben
        Mischief 1925

Travestin (——)
        An account of the imperial proceedings against the Turks, with an exact diary of the siege of Newheusel 1685

Treadgold, Mary
        We couldn’t leave Dinah 1941

Treadwell, Bill
ed. Big book of swing 1946

Treasury of ancient and modern times
See Milles, T.

Treasury of botany
See Lindley, J.

Treasury of hidden secrets 1573
        SeePartridge, John

Treatise concerning the manner of fallowing of ground (by Rich. Bradley) 1724

Treatise of humane reason 1675
        SeeClifford, M.

Treatise of monarchy
See Hunton, P.

Treatise of scolding 1731

Treatise on domestic pigeons 1765

Treatise (Short) on harmony; containing the chief rules for composing in two, three, or four parts 1730

Treatyse of a galaunt
See Gallant

‘Treddlehoyle, Tom’ (Charles Rodgers)
        The Bairnsla foak’s annual (various years) 1838–83

Tredgold, Thomas
        Elementary principles of carpentry 1820
        A practical essay on the strength of cast iron 1822 (1824)
        A practical treatise on rail-roads and carriages 1825

Tregellas, John T.
        Cornish tales, in prose and versea 1863 (1868)

Tregelles, Samuel P.
        Remarks on the prophetic visions in the Book of Daniel 1847 (1864)

Tregonning, Kennedy Gordon Phillip
        A history of modern Malaya 1964

Trelawny, Edward J.
        Adventures of a younger son 1831 (1890)

Trench, Melesina
        Remains, being selections from her journals, letters, and other papersa 1827 (ed. R. C. Trench 1862)

Trench, Abp. Richard Chenevix
        Christ the desire of all nations 1846
        Commentary on the epistles to the seven churches in Asia 1861
        English, past and present 1855
        Exposition of the sermon on the mount, drawn from the writings of St. Augustine 1844
        The fitness of Holy Scripture for unfolding the spiritual life of men. Hulsean lectures 1845 1845
        The Hulsean lectures for 1845 and 1846 1859 (ed. 4 revised)
        Notes on the miracles of Our Lord 1846 (1856, 1862)
        Notes on the parables of Our Lord 1841 (1844, 1855)
        On some deficiencies in our English dictionaries 1857
—ed. 2, revised and enlarged 1860
        On the lesson in Proverbs 1853
        On the study of words 1851 (1861)
        Poems from Eastern sources 1842 (1851)
        A select glossary of English words 1859 (1865)
        Sermons preached in Westminster Abbey 1860
        The story of Justin Martyr, and other poems 1835
        Synonyms of the New Testament 1854

Trenchard, John
        Letter from a souldier to the Commons of England (anon.) 1702
        The natural history of superstition (anon.) 1709

—— & Gordon, Thomas
        The independent Whig 1720

        The Loo sanction 1973 (UK 1974)
        The main 1976 (UK 1977)

Trevelyan, Sir George O.
        Cawnpore 1865
        The competition Wallah 1864 (1866)
        The ladies in parliament, and other pieces 1869
        The life and letters of Lord Macaulay 1876

Treves, Sir Frederick
        Highways and byways of Dorset 1906
        The other side of the lantern 1905

Trevisa, John de
        Bartholomeus (de Glanvilla) De proprietatibus rerum tr. 1398 (Tollemache MS.; Add. MS. (B.M.) 27944; MS. e Museo (Bodl.) 16; W. de Worde 1495; 1535)
Batman vppon Bartholome (1582)
        Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden tr. 1387 (Rolls series 1865–86)

‘Trevor, Edward’
        SeeLytton, E. R. Bulwer-

‘Trevor, Elleston’ (Trevor Dudley-Smith)
        A place for the wicked 1968

‘Trevor, Glen’ (James Hilton)
        Murder at school 1931

‘Trevor, William’ (William Trevor Cox)
        The boarding-house 1965
        The children of Dynmouth 1976

Trevor-Roper, Hugh Redwald (Baron Dacre of Glanton)
        The last days of Hitler 1947

Trevor-Roper, Patrick Dacre
        Ophthalmology 1955

Trévoux. Dictionnaire universel français et latin, vulgairement appellé Dictionnaire de Trévoux 1704, 1721, 1732, 1752, 1771

Trewin, John Courtenay
ed. Plays of the year See under title

Trial. The proceedings and trial of the bishops in the Court of king’s Bench, A.D. 1688 1689
        The trial of Edward Coleman, for conspiring the death of the king 1678
        The trials of Rob. Green, Henry Bury, and Lawrence Hill for the murder of Sir E. Godfrey 1679
        The trials of W. Ireland, Tho. Pickering and John Grove, for conspiring to murder the king 1678
        The trial of Richard Langhorn for conspiring the death of the king 1679
        Trial of maha rajah Nundocomar, Bahader, for forgery 1776
        An exact account of the trial between Sir W. Pritchard and Tho. Papillon Esq., in an action upon the case 6 Nov., 1684 1689
        Trial of the regicides (An exact and most impartial accompt of the indictment, arraignment, trial, and judgment of twenty nine regicides, the murtherers of his late sacred majesty) 1660
        The trials of Sir G. Wakeman, W. Marshall, W. Rumley and James Corker for high treason 1679
        The trials and condemnations of Tho. White, alias Whitebread, W. Harcourt, John Fenwick, (and other) Jesuits and priests, for high treason 1679

Triall of cheualry, The historie of the (? by W. Wager) 1605 (in Bullen, Old plays III, 1884)

Triall of treasure, A new and mery enterlude, called the 1567 (Percy Soc. 1850; in Hazl., Dodsley)

See Tryamoure

Tribes on my frontier 1881

Tribune 1937–

Tricks of the town laid open 1747 (ed. 3)

Trifler, The 1788
        SeeTouchstone, Timothy

Trimen, Henry & Thiselton-Dyer, Sir William T.
        Flora of Middlesex 1869

Trimmer, Eric J., et al.
        The visual dictionary of sex 1977 (UK 1978)

Trimmer, Joseph
        Practical geology and mineralogy 1841

Trimmer, Sarah
        The two farmers, an exemplary tale 1787

Trinity College homilies (Old English homilies of the twelfth century. From the MS. in the library of Trinity College, Cambridge. Second series) c 1200 (E.E.T.S. 1873)

Trinket, The 1774

‘Tripe, Andrew’ 1714
        SeeWagstaffe, William

Tripp, Miles Barton
        Faith is a windsock 1952
        Five minutes with a stranger 1971
        One is one 1968

Tristram, Henry B.
        The Great Sahara 1860
        The land of Israel 1865
        The land of Moab 1873

Tristrem, Sir
See Sir Tristrem

Tritton, Harold Percy
        Time means tucker 1959

Triumphs of fortitude, The; a novel, in a series of letters 1789

        SeeSchiller, F. C. S.

Troil’s (Uno von) Letters on Iceland tr. 1780

Trojan war
See (Scottish) Trojan war

Trollope, Anthony
        The American senator 3 vols. 1877 [1876–77 in Temple Bar]         Australia and New Zealand 2 vols. 1873
        An autobiography 2 vols. a 1882 (1883)
        Ayala’s angel 3 vols. 1881
        Barchester Towers 3 vols. 1857
        The Belton estate 3 vols. 1866 [1865–66 in Fortnightly review]         The Bertrams 3 vols. 1859
        Can you forgive her? 2 vols. 1864–65
        Castle Richmond 3 vols. 1860
        The Claverings 2 vols. 1867 [1866–67 in Cornhill magazine]         Doctor Thorne 3 vols. 1858
        Doctor Wortle’s school 2 vols. 1881 [1880 in Blackwood’s magazine]         The Duke’s children 3 vols. 1880 [1879–80 in All the year round]         The Eustace diamonds 1873 [1871–73 in Fortnightly review, US 1872]         Framley Parsonage 3 vols. 1861 [1860–61 in Cornhill magazine]         He knew he was right 2 vols. 1869 [1868–69 in parts]         Is he Popenjoy? 3 vols. 1878 [1877–78 in All the year round]         John Caldigate 3 vols. 1879 [1878–79 in Blackwood’s magazine]         The Kellys and the O’Kellys 3 vols. 1848
        Lady Anna 2 vols. 1873 (1874)
        The last chronicle of Barset 2 vols. 1867 [1866–67 in parts]         Letters ed. B. A. Booth 1951
        Linda Tressel 2 vols. 1868 [1867–68 in Blackwood’s magazine]         The Macdermots of Ballycloran 3 vols. 1847
        Miss Mackenzie 1865
        North America 1862
        Orley Farm 2 vols. 1862 [1861–62 in parts]         Phineas Finn, the Irish Member 2 vols. 1869 [1867–69 in St. Paul’s magazine]         Phineas Redux 2 vols. 1874 [1873–74 in Graphic]         The Prime Minister 4 vols. 1876 [1875–76 in parts]         Rachel Ray 2 vols. 1863
        The small house at Allington 2 vols. 1864 [1862–64 in Cornhill magazine]         Tales of all countries 1861
—(2nd ser.) 1863
        The three clerks 3 vols. 1858
        The Warden 1855
        The way we live now 2 vols. 1875 [1874–75 in parts]         The West Indies and the Spanish Main 1859

Trollope, Edward
        Sleaford, and the wapentakes of Flaxwell and Ashwardhurn 1872

Trollope, Frances
        Domestic manners of the Americans 1831
        Life and adventures of Michael Armstrong, the factory boy 1840
        A visit to Italy 1842
        The widow married 1840

Trollope, Frances E.
        A charming fellow 1876

Trollope, Thomas A.
        Impressions of a wanderer in Italy, Switzerland, France, and Spain 1850
        La Beata 1861
        Marietta 1862
        The story of the life of Pius the ninth 1877
        A summer in Brittany 1840
        A summer in Western France 1841
        What I remember 1887–89

Tromholt’s (S.) Under the rays of the Aurora borealis tr. 1885

Trotter, James
        General view of the agriculture of West Lothian 1794

Trotter, Mrs. M.

Trotter, Philip D.
        Our mission to the court of Marocco in 1880, under Sir J. D. Hay 1881

Trotter, Robert de Bruce
        Kirkcudbrightshire. Galloway gossip eighty years ago 1901

Trotter, Thomas
        An essay on drunkenness 1804

Troublesome raigne of John king of England 1591; the second part 1591 (1611)

Troubridge, Laura
        Life amongst the Troubridges ed. J. Hope-Nicholson 1966

Troup, Gordon John Fordyce
        Masers 1959
—(ed. 2, with title Masers and lasers) 1963

Troup, Robert Scott
        Silvicultural systems 1928
        The silviculture of Indian trees 3 vols. 1921

Trowbridge, John T.
        Coupon bonds 1866 (1874)
        A home idyl, and other poems 1881

True and perfect relation of the proceedings at the seuerall arraignments of (H. Garnet, etc.) 1606

True and sincere declaration of the purpose of the plantation begun in Virginia 1610 (1844)

True Briton, The (by Philip Wharton) 1723–24

True coppie of a discourse written by a gentleman employed in the late voyage of Spaine and Portingale 1589 (Grosart 1881)

True informer, The 1643

True non-conformist
See MacWard, R.

True notion of the worship of God, A; or a vindication of the service of the Church of England 1673

True patriot, The 1775

True spirit of popery, The 1688

True tragedie of Richard Duke of Yorke 1595

True tragedie of Richard the third 1594 (Shaks. Soc. 1844)

Truman, Margaret
        Harry S. Truman 1973

Trumbull, Gurdon
        Names and portraits of birds which interest gunners 1888

Trumbull, John
        Poetical works 1820
        McFingal: a modern epic poem (anon.) 1776

Trusler, John
        Modern times; or, the adventures of Gabriel Outcast (anon.) 1785
        Poetic endings; or, a dictionary of rhymes 1783
        The principles of politeness and of knowing the world (extracted from Earl Chesterfield’s Letters to his son), with additions by J. Trusler 1775 (1790)

Truth (Melbourne)
See Melbourne Truth

Truth (Sydney) 1890–1958

Truth: a weekly journal (London) 1877–1957

Tryall of cheualry
See Triall

Tryamoure, The romance of syrc 1430 (Percy Soc. 1846)

Tryon, Thomas
        The good house-wife made a doctor 1692
        Health’s grand preservative; or the women’s best doctor 1682; ed. 2, The way to health 1691
        Miscellanea 1696
        A treatise of dreams and visions 1695
        Wisdom’s dictates 1691

Tucker, Abraham
        Freewill, foreknowledge, and fate 1763
        The light of nature pursued: vols. I–IV 1768; vols. V–VII a 1774 (1778; 1834, 1852)

Tucker, Arthur Wilson
        Wild talent 1954 (UK 1955)

Tucker, Denys William
tr. G. Sterba’s Freshwater fishes of the world 1962

Tucker, Josiah
        An apology for the present Church of England as by law established 1772
        A letter to Edmund Burke 1775
        Letters to Dr. Kippis 1773

Tucker, Thomas George
        Introduction to the natural history of language 1908

Tucker, William J.
        Life and society in Eastern Europe 1886

Tucker, Wilson
        SeeTucker, Arthur Wilson

Tuckerman, Edward
        An enumeration of North American lichenes 1845
        A synopsis of the North American lichens 1882–88

Tuckerman, Henry T.
        The collector: essays on books, newspapers, pictures 1868

Tuckett, Mariana
        Mariana’s diary: a record of a holiday at Falmouth ed. H. Fox (Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society) c 1975

Tuckey, James
        Hatschek’s (B.) Amphioxus and its development tr. 1893

Tuckney, Anthony
        The balme of Gilead 1643
        A good day well improved 1656
        or, death disarmed, a sermon preached Dec. 22, 1653. To which are added two sermons more 1654

Tuckwell, William
        The ancient ways: Winchester fifty years ago 1893

Tucson Daily Citizen (Tucson, Arizona) 1879–

Tucson magazine (Tucson, Arizona) 1975–

Tudor proclamations. Facsimiles of proclamations of Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, and Philip and Mary 14..–15.. (1897)

Tuer, Andrew W.
        History of the horn-book 1896
        Old London street cries and the cries of to-day 1885
        Quads for authors, editors, and devils 1884

—— & Fagan, Charles E.
        The first year of a silken reign 1837–38 1887

Tuke, Daniel H.
        A dictionary of psychological medicine 1892

Tuke, John
        A general view of the agriculture of the North Riding of Yorkshire 1800

Tuke, Richard
        The divine comedian; or the right use of plays improved, in a sacred tragi-comedy 1672
        Memoires of the life and death of Sir Edmondbury Godfrey 1682

Tuke, Sir Samuel
        The adventures of five hours: a tragi-comedy 1663

Tulk, Alfred
        Oken’s (L.) Elements of physiophilosophy tr. 1847

Tull, Jethro
        The new horse-houghing husbandry (anon.) 1731, 1733 (1740, 1762, 1822)

Tullie, Isaac
        A narrative of the siege of Carlisle in 1644–45c 1645 (1840)

Tulloch, John
        English Puritanism and its leaders 1861
        Rational theology and Christian philosophy in England 1872

Tully (—)
        Narrative of a ten years’ residence at Tripoli in Africa: from the original correspondence in the possession of the family of the late Richard Tully (written by Tully’s sister-in-law) 1783–95 (1817)

Tully, Thomas
        A letter to Mr. Rich. Baxter 1675

Tunbridge-miscellany, The; consisting of poems, etc. written at Tunbridge Wells 1712

Tunbrigialia: or Tunbridge miscellanie 1719

Tundale, The visions of; together with metrical moralizations and other fragments of early poetry 14.. (Turnbull 1843; Wagner 1893)

Tunis, Edwin
        Indians 1959

Tunstall, Bp. Cuthbert

Tupper, Martin F.
        Autobiography: my life as an author 1886
        The crock of gold 1844
        Heart 1844
        Proverbial philosophy 1838–42 (1852)
        The twins 1844

Turberville, George
        The booke of faulconrie or hauking 1575
        The eglogs of Mantuan (= G. B. Spagnuoli) tr. 1567
        Epitaphes, epigrams, songs and sonets 1567
        The heroycall epistles of Pub. Ouidius Naso tr. 1567
        The noble arte of venerie or hunting (anon.) 1575
        Poemsa 1610 (Chalmers 1810)
        Tragical tales, (and other poems) 1587 (1837)

Turk, D. G.
        Treatise on teaching and practising the pianoforte 1804

Turkish spy
See Marana, J. P.

Turnbull, Gavin
        Justin’s History of the world tr. 1746
        Poetical essays 1788

Turnbull, Robert
        The pulpit orators of France and Switzerland 1848

Turner, Bill
        Circle of squares 1969
        Sex trap 1968

Turner, Brandon
        A new English grammar 1840

Turner, Charles Cyril
        Aerial navigation of today: a popular account of the evolution of aeronautics 1910
        Aircraft of to-day 1917

Turner, Charles Godfrey
        The happy wanderer ed. E. M. R. Rice 1922

Turner, Daniel
        De morbis cutaneis 1714 (1731)

Turner, Dawson
        Account of a tour in Normandy 1820

Turner, Edward
        Elements of chemistry 1827 (1847)

Turner, Ernest Sackville
        Taking the cure 1967

Turner, Ethel Sybil
        The little larrikin 1896

Turner, Francis John & Verhoogen, Jean
        Igneous and metamorphic petrology 1951
—(ed. 2) 1960

Turner, George J.
ed. Select pleas of the forest 1901 (Selden Soc.)

Turner, George W.
        The English language in Australia and New Zealand 1966
ed. Good Australian English and good New Zealand English 1972

Turner, J. T. F.
        Slate quarries 1865

Turner, Sir James
        Memoirs of his own life and times 1632–70a 1686 (Bannatyne Cl. 1829)
        Pallas armata; or military essayes of the ancient Grecian, Roman and modern art of war 1670–71 (1683)

Turner, John
        A farther vindication of the soul’s separate existence 1703

Turner, John Evan
        A theory of direct realism, and the relation of realism to idealism 1925

Turner, Richard
        An easy introduction to the arts and sciences 1783 (1821)

Turner, Robert
        The Brittish physician; or the nature and vertues of English plants 1664
        Paracelsus of the chymical transmutation tr. 1657

Turner, Samuel
        An account of an embassy to the court of the Teshoo Lama, in Tibet 1800

Turner, Sharon
        The history of the Anglo-Saxons 1799–1805 (1828)
        The modern history of England 1826–29
        The sacred history of the world 1832–37

Turner, Thomas H.
        Some account of domestic architecture in England 1851
—Vols. 2 and 3 by J. H. Parker (1853–59)

Turner, Victor Witter
        Schism and continuity in an African society: a study in Ndembu village life 1957

Turner, William
        Avium præcipuarum, quarum apud Plinium et Aristotelem mentio est, brevis et succincia historia 1544
        A booke of the natures and properties of the bathes in Englande 1562 (Also issued as pt. of ‘The second part of Turners herball’ 1562)
        Libellus de re herbaria nouus 1538 (1877)
        The names of herbes in Greke, Latin, Englishe, Duche and Frenche 1548 (E.D.S. 1881)
        A new boke of the natures of all wines 1568
        A new booke of spirituall physik 1555
        A new herball 1551; the seconde parte 1562; the first and seconde partes lately ouersene, with the thirde parte, also a booke of the bath of Baeth 1568

Turner, William
        An introduction to human anatomy, including the anatomy of the tissues 2 vols. 1875–7

Turner, William H.
ed. Selections from the records of the city of Oxford 1509–83 (1880)

Turnour, George
        The Maháwanso, with the translation 1837

Turton, William
        A conchological dictionary of the British Islands 1819
        Linnæus’s General system of nature tr. 1802–06
        A manual of the land and fresh-water shells of the British Islands 1831
        A medical glossary 1797

Tuscaloosa News (Tuscaloosa, Alabama) 1910–

Tusser, Thomas
        Five hundreth pointes of good husbandrie 1573 (1577, 1580; E.D.S. 1878)
        A hundreth good pointes of husbandrie 1557 (E.D.S. 1878)

Tutchin, John
        A Pindarick ode in the praise of folly and knavery 1696
        A search after honesty 1697

Tutin, John R.
        An index to the animal and vegetable kingdoms of Wordsworth 1892

Tuttle, Edmund B.
        Border tales around the camp fire in the Rocky Mountains 1878

Tuve, Rosemund
        Seasons and months: studies in a tradition of Middle English poetry 1933

Tuvil, Daniel
        Essaies politicke and morall 1608
        Essayes, morall and theologicall 1609

Twa cuckolds, The, and the Tint Quey, or Thrawart Maggy. Two tales, in the Scottish dialect 1796

‘Twain, Mark’ (S. L. Clemens)
        The adventures of Huckleberry Finn 1884
        The adventures of Tom Sawyer 1876
        The American claimant 1892
        Autobiography ed. A. B. Paine 2 vols. 1924
        The celebrated jumping frog of Calaveras County, and other sketches ed. J. Paul 1867
        Christian Science 1907
        A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s court 1889
        Following the equator: a journey around the world 1897
        The innocents abroad 1869
        The innocents at home 1872
        Letters ed. A. B. Paine 2 vols. 1917 (UK, abridged, 1 vol. 1920)
        Letters from Hawaii ed. A. G. Day 1966 (UK 1967)
        Letters to his publishers, 1867–1894 ed. H. Hill 1967
        Life on the Mississippi 1883
        The man that corrupted Hadleyburg, and other stories and essays 1900
        Old times on the Mississippi 1876
        The prince and the pauper 1881 [dated 1882]         Roughing it 1872
        Screamers: a gathering of scraps of humour, delicious bits, and short stories 1871
        Sketches 1872
        Sketches new and old 1875
        Speeches with introd. by W. D. Howells 1910
        Speeches with introd. by A. B. Paine 1923
        The stolen white elephant 1882
        A tramp abroad 1880
        A Yankee at the court of King Arthur 1889
See also Harte, Francis Bret & Twain, Mark

—— & Warner, Charles Dudley
        The gilded age 1873 [dated 1874]

Twamley, Josiah
        Dairying exemplified, or the business of cheese-making 1784

Tweddell, John
        Remainsa 1799 (1815–16)

Tweeddale, James George
        Materials technology 2 vols. 1973

Tweeddale, John
        Moff 1896

Tweedie, William K.
        The lakes and rivers of the Bible 1857 (1864)
ed. Select biographies v.d. (Wodrow Soc. 1845–47)

Twelfth century homilies in MS. Bodley 343 11.. (E.E.T.S. 1909)

Twells, John
        Grammatics reformata, or, a general examination of the art of grammar 1683

Tweney, Charles Frederick
        Dictionary of naval and military terms 1914

Twenhofel, William Henry
        Principles of sedimentation 1939

—— & Shrock, Robert Rakes
        Invertebrate paleontology 1935

Twentieth century, The 1951–

Twin soul, The (by Charles Mackay) 1887

Twining (family of). Selections from papers of the Twining family: a sequel toThe recreations and studies of a country clergyman’ (see Twining, T. below) 17..–18.. (1887)

Twining, Thomas
        Aristotle’s Treatise on poetry tr. 1789 (1812)
        Recreations and studies of a country clergyman of the eighteenth century; being selections from the correspondence of T. Twining 17.. (1882)
        Travels in India a hundred years ago, with a visit to the United Statesc 1796 (1893)
—Part IV reprinted with title Travels in America a hundred years ago (1894)

Twisleton, Ellen
        Letters, 1852–1862 ed. E. T. Vaughan 1928

Twiss, Richard
        Chess (anon.) 1787–89
        A tour in Ireland in 1775 (anon.) 1776
        Travels through Portugal and Spain in 1772 and 1773 1775

Two Cosmos, The; a tale of fifty years ago 1861

Two fifteenth-century cookery-booksc 1430, –50 (E.E.T.S. 1888)

Two noble kinsmen, The 1612 (1634; New Shaks. Soc. 1876; Shakespeare Apocrypha 1908)

Twyne, Thomas
        Petrarca’s (F.) Phisicke against fortune tr. 1579
See also Phaer, T.

Twysden, Sir Roger
        The beginners of a monastick lifea 1672 (1698)
ed. Historiæ Anglicanæ scriptores decem 1652

Tyas, Robert
        Favourite field flowers; or, wild flowers of England popularly described 1848; second series 1850; third series, entitled Popular flowers; their propagation, cultivation, and general treatment in all seasons 1854
—Large paper edition revised, entitled The wild flowers of England or favourite field flowers popularly described. First and second series 1859–60

Tyde taryeth no man 1576
        SeeWapull, G.

Tyers, Thomas
        An historical rhapsody on Mr. Pope (anon.) 1781 (1782)

Tyler, Moses C.
        Glimpses of England: social, political, literary 18.. (1898)
        A history of American literature, 1607–1765 1879

Tylor, Edward B.
        Anahuac: or Mexico and the Mexicans 1861
        Anthropology 1881
        Primitive culture 1871
        Researches into the early history of mankind and the development of civilization 1865

Tymme, Thomas
        SeeTimme, T.

Tyndale, William
        SeeTindale, W.

Tyndall, John
        Essays on the floating-matter of the air in relation to putrefaction and infection 1881
        The forms of water in clouds, rivers, ice and glaciers 1872
        Fragments of science for unscientific people 1871 (1879)
        The glaciers of the Alps 1860
        Heat considered as a mode of motion 1863
        Mountaineering in 1861: a vacation tour 1862
        Notes of a course of nine lectures on light 1870
        On radiation 1865
        Sound: a course of eight lectures 1867

Tyrie, James
        The refutation of ane ansuer made be schir Iohne Knox 1573

Tyrrell, George Walter
        The principles of petrology 1926

Tyrrell, James
        The general history of England, as well ecclesiastical as civil 1696–1704

Tyrrell, James Williams
        Across the Sub-Arctics of Canada 1897

Tyrwhit, William
        SeeTirwhyt, W.

Tyrwhitt, Thomas
        The Canterbury tales of Chaucer. To which are added, an essay upon his language and versification; an introductory discourse; and notes (with a glossary) 1775–78
        A vindication of the appendix to the poems, called Rowley’s 1782
See also Chatterton, Thomas

Tyson, Edward
        Orang-outang, sive homo sylvestris; or the anatomy of a pygmie 1699
        Phocæna, or, the anatomy of a porpess: with a preliminary discourse concerning anatomy 1680

Tytler, Ann Fraser
        Mary and Florence; or, grave and gay 1835
        Mary and Florence at sixteen. A continuation of ‘Grave and gay’ 1838

Tytler, Patrick F.
        England under the reigns of Edward VI and Mary 1839
        History of Scotland 1828–43 (1864)

‘Tytler, Sarah’ (Henrietta Keddie)
        The Blackhall ghosts 1888
        The bride’s pass 1882
        Days of yore 1866
        Lady Jean’s son 1897
        The Macdonald lass 1895
        Phemie Millar 1854
        The witch wife 1897