1874 in literature
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The year 1874 in literature involved some significant new books.
- The German literary and political periodical Deutsche Rundschau is established by Julius Rodenberg in Berlin.
- Arthur William à Beckett joins the staff of Punch.
- Alexandre Dumas, fils, is elected to the Académie française.
- Johan Nicolai Madvig loses his sight, forcing him to give up most of his research and writing.
- Karl May completes a 4-year prison sentence for thefts and frauds at Waldheim, Saxony (May) and has his first story, Die Rose von Ernstthal ("The Story of Rose Ernstthal"), published (November).
- Arthur Rimbaud goes to London with Germain Nouveau.
- Thomas Bailey Aldrich - Prudence Palfrey
- José de Alencar - Ubirajara
- Jules Amédée Barbey d'Aurevilly - Les Diaboliques
- R. M. Ballantyne -The Pirate City
- Ambrose Bierce - Cobwebs from an Empty Skull
- Andrew Blair - Annals of the Twenty-Ninth Century
- Mary Elizabeth Braddon - Lost For Love
- William Wells Brown - The Rising Sun
- Wilkie Collins - The Frozen Deep and Other Stories
- Alphonse Daudet - Fromont jeune et Risler aîné
- Amelia Edwards - A Night on the Borders of the Black Forest
- George Eliot - Middlemarch (first single-volume publication)
- Gustave Flaubert - The Temptation of Saint Anthony
- Émile Gaboriau - Other People's Money
- Henry Glapthorne (d. c.1643) - The Plays and Poems of Henry Glapthorne: Now first collected with illustrative notes and a memoir of the Author
- Thomas Hardy - Far From the Madding Crowd
- Marie Howland - Papa's Own Girl
- Victor Hugo - Ninety-Three
- J.-K. Huysmans - Le drageoir aux epices
- George Meredith - Beauchamp's Career
- Margaret Oliphant - A Rose in June
- Anthony Trollope
- Juan Valera y Alcalá-Galiano - Pepita Jiménez
- Jules Verne - The Mysterious Island (L'Île mystérieuse)
- Mrs. Henry Wood - Johnny Ludlow
- Edmund Yates - The Impending Sword
- Émile Zola - La Conquête de Plassans
- José Echegaray - La esposa del vengador ("The Avenger's Wife")
- W. S. Gilbert - Charity
- Victorien Sardou - La Haine ("Hatred")
- Franz Brentano - Psychologie vom Empirischen Standpunkte ("Psychology from an Empirical Standpoint")
- William Cullen Bryant - Picturesque America, vol. 2
- John William Draper - A History of the Conflict between Religion and Science
- Elise Otté - Scandinavian History
- Antonio Raimondi - El Perú
- Dorothy Wordsworth - Recollections of a Tour Made in Scotland, A. D. 1803
- January 16 – Robert W. Service, English-born Canadian poet (died 1958)
- January 25 – W. Somerset Maugham, British novelist (died 1965)
- February 1 – Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Austrian writer (died 1929)
- February 3 – Gertrude Stein, American-born writer and arts patron (died 1946)
- February 9 – Amy Lowell, American poet (died 1925)
- February 11 – Elsa Beskow (Elsa Maartman), Swedish children's book and fairy-tale writer (died 1953)
- March 20 – Börries von Münchhausen, German poet (died 1945)
- March 26 – Robert Frost, American poet (died 1963)
- May 29 – G. K. Chesterton, English novelist, writer and poet (died 1936)
- June 20 – Trumbull Stickney, American poet (died 1904)
- August 8 – Tristan Klingsor (Arthur Justin Léon Leclère), French poet (died 1966)
- October 6 – Ursula Bethell, English-born New Zealand poet (died 1945)
- November 30 – Lucy Maud Montgomery, Canadian novelist (died 1942)
- January 24 – Adam Black, Scottish publisher (born 1784)
- February 8 – David Strauss, German theologian (born 1808)
- February 9 – Jules Michelet, French historian (born 1798)
- February 23 – Shirley Brooks, English journalist and novelist (born 1816)
- March 3 – Francis Mason, English-born American grammarian and translator (born 1799)
- March 4 – Ada Clare, American journalist (born 1834)
- June 19 – Jules Janin, French critic (born 1804)
- July 7 – John Heneage Jesse, English historian (born 1815)
- July 8 – Agnes Strickland, English popular historian and poet (born 1796)
- July 12 – Fritz Reuter, German novelist (born 1810)
- August 8 – Augustin Theiner, German theologian and historian (born 1804)
- October 5 – Bryan Procter, English poet (born 1787)
- October 24 – Thomas Miller, English poet (born 1807)
- November 20 – Tom Hood, English humorist (born 1835)
- Unknown dates
- Sudhoff; Steinmetz. Karl-May-Chronik I.