James Boswell (disambiguation)

"James Boswell" is composed of at least 4 distinct authors, divided by their works.

About the Author

Author Division

James Boswell (1)

The Life of Samuel Johnson (1791) 3,874 copies
The Assassin's Cloak: An Anthology of the World's Greatest Diarists (2000) — Contributor, some editions — 548 copies
The Literary Cat (1977) — Contributor — 241 copies
Eighteenth-Century English Literature (1969) — Author — 186 copies
Candide [Norton Critical Edition, 1st ed.] (1966) — Contributor — 151 copies
Major British Writers, Volumes I and II (1954) — Contributor — 122 copies
The Norton Book of Travel (1987) — Contributor — 110 copies
Meeting Dr. Johnson (1996) 109 copies
The Norton Book of Friendship (1991) — Contributor — 94 copies
Everybody's Boswell (1930) 68 copies
Life of Johnson - Vol. 1 (1914) 61 copies
Life of Johnson - Vol. 2 (1791) 55 copies
Boswell's Column 1777-1783 (1951) 28 copies
Eighteenth Century Women: An Anthology (1984) — Contributor — 23 copies
Masters of British Literature, Volume A (2007) — Contributor — 20 copies
Life of Johnson - Vol. 5 (2003) 12 copies
Life of Johnson - Vol. 6 (2011) 11 copies
Boswell on the Grand Tour (1993) 9 copies
Life of Johnson, Volume 2 (1949) 9 copies
Dorando : a Spanish tale (1974) 8 copies
Letters of James Boswell (1924) 7 copies
Corsica. ( Korsika) (1989) 4 copies
LETTERS OF JAMES BOSWELL (2013) — Author — 3 copies
Piirakkasota : Valikoima huumoria — Contributor — 3 copies
The Hypochondriack (1928) 2 copies
Arte de la biografía — Contributor — 2 copies
Boswell's London (1978) 1 copy
Journals 1 copy

James Boswell (4)

The Drowned World (1962) — Illustrator, some editions — 2,746 copies

Common Knowledge

Disambiguation notice
#1 is James Boswell, the biographer of Johnson, who lived 1740-1795.
#2 is his son, James Boswell the Younger, who lived 1778-1822 and was also a lawyer -- he is the author of the memoir of Edmond Malone.
#3 Boswell, James 1906-1971, English artist - James Edward Buchanan Boswell (9 June 1906 – 15 April 1971)
#4 James Boswell illustrated The Drowned World (I think this is the great grandson of #3)