INDEX OF WORKS BY WALTER PATER
Chronology of Pater's works through 1895. View Online This should be supplemented by William E. Buckler's chronology in Walter Pater: Three Major Texts. New York: New York UP, 1986.
ESSAYS FIRST PUBLISHED SEPARATELY OR NOT IN 1910 EDITION:
"Giordano Bruno" (1889). PDF (246k) | Get Acrobat Reader | Based on the version in The Fortnightly Review. London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd. Volume XLVI. New Series, July 1 to December 1, 1889. (Volume LII., Old Series.) The essay, substantially revised, was included as Chapter VII of the unfinished novel Gaston de Latour in 1896, the year after Pater's death.
This section will eventually contain essays that Pater published in the Westminster Review and The Fortnightly, among other journals. Most of the essays, though not all, appear later in his books and collected works.
SOME VOLUMES PUBLISHED BEFORE 1910:
THE 1910 EDITION:
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