The Heritage of Homeopathic Literature is an abbreviated bibliography of over 900 of the best and the worst of homeopathic literature from 1810 to 2000. Written by homeopathic historian and editor Julian Winston, the book presents the work by category (Materia Medica, Repertory, Domestic Manuals, etc.) and in chronological order. Each entry contains the date, title, author, publisher, and number of pages. Most of the entries contain expanded detailed descriptions of the contents, and often quotes from contemporary reviews. Many of the entries also have a personal commentary by the author, placing the book into historical context, or commenting upon its relative value.