Laurence Sterne Bibliography

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Laurence Sterne, born 1713 and passed away 1768, was a vicar and something of a sensation. He is best known for Tristram Shandy, a hugely popular series of books. The nine volume set was published over a period of seven years. They were reissued frequently and are something of a bibliographical nightmare for collectors. A complete set of true 1st issue books is something few can aspire to, though mixed and period sets are more accessible. None of the other works by Laurence Stern are common, and consequently cheap, though Tristram Shandy Gentleman is, by far, the most valuable.
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Title   Date Notes
The Case of Elijah York 1947  
The Abuses of Conscience York 1750  
A Political Romance ( The History of a Good Warm Watchcoat ) London 1759  
The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman Ravant - Dodsley 1760-67 9 volumes
The Sermons of Mr Yorick Dodsley 1760-69 7 volumes
A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy Hondt 1768 2 vols, as Mr Yorick
Letter from Mr Yorick to Eliza Kearsley 1775  
Letters to His Friends on Various Occasions Johnson 1775  
Letters to His Most Intimate Friends Beckett 1775 3 volumes

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