Ernest Renan - Works

Works

  • Averroès et l'averroïsme (1852)
  • Histoire générale et système comparé des langues sémitiques (1855)
  • Études d'histoire religieuse (1857)
  • De l'origine du langage (1858)
  • Essais de morale et de critique (1859)
  • Le Cantique des cantiques – translation – (1860)
  • An essay on the age and antiquity of the Book of Nabathaean agriculture. To which is added an inaugural lecture on the position of the Shemitic nations in the history of civilization (1862)
  • Vie de Jésus (1863) (Translation: Life of Jesus)
  • Prière sur l'Acropole – Prayer on the Acropolis (1865)
  • Mission de Phénicie (1865-1874)
  • L'Antéchrist (1873)
  • Caliban (1878)
  • Histoire des origines du Christianisme – 8 volumes – (1866–1881) v. 2 v. 3v. 4 v. 5 v. 7
  • Histoire du peuple d'Israël – 5 volumes – (1887–1893) History Of The People Of Israel Till The Time Of King David
  • Eau de Jouvence (1880)
  • Souvenirs d'enfance et de jeunesse (1884)
  • Lectures On The Influence Of The Institutions, Thought And Culture Of Rome On Christianity And The Development Of The Catholic Church (1885)
  • Le Prêtre de Némi (1885)
  • Examen de conscience philosophique (1889)
  • La Réforme intellectuelle et morale (1871)
  • Qu'est-ce qu'une nation? (Lecture delivered on 11 March 1882 at the Sorbonne)
  • L'avenir de la science (1890)
  • Cohelet or the preacher (circa 1890)
  • Renan's letters from the Holy Land; the correspondence of Ernest Renan with M. Berthelot while gathering material in Italy and the Orient for "The life of Jesus"; tr. by Lorenzo o'Rourke (1904)

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