Definition of european:
Florentine, Norman, Gallic, English, Teutonic, Caucasian, Romanic, Russian, Portuguese, Frank, Estonian, Gaulish, Cornish, Monegasque, Flemish, Swedish, Albanian, Croatian, Irish, Frankish, Ionian, Hellenic, Western European, Galician, Muscovite, Italian, Irish Gaelic, Venetian, Bohemian, Balkan, Allemanic, classical, Anglo-Irish, Sicilian, Burgundian, Danish, Majorcan, British, Scots, Adriatic, Austro-Hungarian, Romance, Uralic, Czech, Illyrian, Romanian, Corsican, Alpine, Cretan, Germanic, Dutch, Eurafrican, French, Tuscan, Moldovian, Latvian, Old World, Armenian, Lappish, Prussian, Scotch, Nordic, Iberian, Athenian, Western, German, Magyar, Ruthenian, Yugoslavian, Aegean, Bavarian, Lombard, Hispanic, Gypsy, Icelandic, Slovak, Apennine, Spanish, Belgian, Serbian, Netherlandish, Spartan, Slav, Maltese, Eastern European, Breton, Anglo-Saxon, Ukranian, Corinthian, Roman, Basque, Scotsman, Sardinian, Tyrolese, Finnish, Neapolitan, Greek, Castilian, Hungarian, Polish, Thracian, Indo-European, Saxon, Scottish Gaelic, Bulgarian, Bosnian, Serbo-Croat, Peloponnesian, Kentish, Byelorussian, Navarrese, Eurocentric, Mycenean, Scandinavian, Low German, Scottish, Eurasian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Lap, old country, Slovakian, Savoyard, Etruscan, Ulster, Baltic, Latin, Italic, Gothic, Andalusian, Romany, Alsatian, Welsh, Norwegian, Swiss, Slavic, Catalan, High German, Czechoslovakian.
- "The Healing of Nations and the Hidden Sources of Their Strife", Edward Carpenter.
- "The Untilled Field", George Moore.
- "Mr. Isaacs", F. Marion Crawford.