Linked bibliography for the SEP article " Voltaire" by J.B. Shank

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Primary Literature

Because of Voltaire's celebrity, efforts to collect and canonize his writings began immediately after his death, and still continue today. The result has been the production of three major collections of his writings including his vast correspondence, the last unfinished. Together these constitute the authoritative corpus of Voltaire's written work.

Primary Literature in Translation

Collections of Writings

Theater
History
Essays, Letters, and Stories
Politics
Editions of Major Individual Works

Secondary Literature

The scholarly literature on Voltaire is vast, and growing larger every day. The summary here, therefore, will be largely restricted to scholarly books, with only a few articles of singular import listed. The Voltaire Foundation's series Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, which has published over 450 volumes, and the newly founded Cahier Voltaire, published by La Fondation Voltaire à Ferney, are the best periodical sources for new scholarship on Voltaire.

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