A separate volume selection by Eliot, the Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction , was published in Collier's was a major publisher of sets in the early s and throughout the century issued many multi-volume sets of authors as diverse as Charles Dickens , Rudyard Kipling , John Steinbeck, P.
Wodehouse and Arthur Conan Doyle. Currently, a hardcover set of the Harvard Classics now in the public domain is published by Easton Press and a paperback version by Kessinger Publishing.
The Five-Foot Shelf, with its introductions, notes, guides to reading, and exhaustive indexes, may claim to constitute a reading course unparalleled in comprehensiveness and authority. Most links are to alternative editions in the collection of Project Gutenberg. All links are to works in English except where noted otherwise. It also features an index to Criticisms and Interpretations.
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You can stack by theme, cover, or size, and keep stacks on their own or use them to break up a row. Group your mysteries together, your travel memoirs, your century English literature novels, your cookbooks, and so on. Instead of lumping your favorite books in with all their mediocre peers then frantically scanning the shelves every time you want to reread them , display them front and center where they can shine.
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Alphabetical organization works best if you remember book titles and author names more than genres and plot points. Maybe some books made you weep with sadness, while others had you laughing aloud to yourself at two in the morning. Maybe some books inspired you to pursue your passions, while others shattered your innocence.
Keep books of similar size and height together to give your collection a clean, uncluttered feel. The goal here is to create straight, even lines with the tops of your books — no staggered mountaintop rows allowed.