The Harvard Classics , originally known and marketed as Dr. Eliot's Five-Foot Shelf of Books , is a volume series of classic works from world literature, important speeches, and historical documents compiled and edited by Harvard University President Charles W. Buyers of these sets were apparently attracted to the claims that reading the books would provide a liberal education by following the included reading plan and using the General Index containing upwards of 76, subject references. The 50 volumes were first printed in first 25 volumes and next 25 volumes , and the collection was subsequently expanded when the Lectures on The Harvard Classics was added in and Fifteen Minutes a Day - The Reading Guide in Neilson who also assisted Eliot in the selection and design of the included works in Volumes 1—
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