Primary Works

 

 CRICHTON, F. E. SINCLAIR, The Blind Side of the Heart (London, Dublin: Maunsel, 1915).

_____, The Little Wizard of White Cloud Hill (London: Edward Arnold, 1910).

_____, Peep-In-The World (London: Edward Arnold, 1908).

_____, The Precepts of Andy Saul (London: M’Caw, Stevenson and Orr, 1908).

_____, The Soundless Tide (London: Edward Arnold, 1911).

_____, Tinker’s Hollow (London: Edward Arnold, 1912).

CROKER, B. M., Angel: A Sketch in Indian Ink (London: Methuen, 1901).

_____, Beyond the Pale (London: Chatto and Windus, 1897).

_____, A Bird of Passage (London: Sampson Low, 1886).

_____, The Cat’s Paw (London: Chatto & Windus, 1902).

_____, The Company’s Servant: A Romance of Southern India (London: Hurst & Blackett, 1907).

_____, Diana Barrington: A Romance of Central India (London: Ward and Downey, 1888).

_____, A Family Likeness: A Sketch in the Himalayas (London: Chatto and Windus, 1892).

_____, Given in Marriage” (London: Hutchinson & Co., 1916).

_____, The Happy Valley, etc. (London: Methuen & Co., 1904).

_____, Her Own People (Hurst and Blackett, 1905).

_____, In Old Madras (1900).

_____, Interference: A Novel (London: F V White, 1891).

_____, Johanna (London: Methuen & Co., 1903).

_____, Married or Single? (London: Chatto and Windus, 1895).

_____, Miss Balmaine’s Past (London: Chatto and Windus, 1898).

_____, Mr Jervis (London: Chatto and Windus, 1894).

_____, A Nine Day’s Wonder (1905).

_____, Peggy of the Bartons (London: Methuen, 1898).

_____, Pretty Miss Neville (London: Tinsley Brothers, 1883).

_____, Proper Pride: A Novel (London: Tinsley Brothers, 1882).

_____, The Real Lady Hilda: A Sketch (London: Chatto and Windus, 1896).

_____, Some One Else (London: Sampson Low, 1885).

_____, Terence (London: Chatto and Windus, 1899).

_____, A Third Person: A Novel (London: F V White, 1893).

_____, Two Masters: A Novel (London: F V White, 1890).

EGERTON, GEORGE, Fantasias (London and New York:  John Lane/The Bodley Head, 1898).

_____, Flies in Amber (London: Hutchinson, 1905).

_____, Keynotes and Discords (London: Virago, 1993 [1893/1894]).

_____, ‘A Lost Masterpiece’, Yellow Book, vol. 1 (April 1894), pp. 189-196.

_____, Rosa Amorosa (London: Grant Richards, 1901).

_____, Symphonies (London and New York: John Lane/The Bodley Head, 1897).

_____, The Wheel of God (London: Grant Richards, 1898).

FRANCIS, M. E., Cousin Christopher (London:  T. Fisher Unwin, 1925).

_____, Dark Rosaleen (New York: P. J. Kennedy, 1917 [1915]).

_____, A Daughter of the Soil (London and New York: Harper Brothers, 1900).

_____, Dorset Dear (London: Longmans, 1905).

_____, The Duenna of a Genius (London: Harper Brothers, 1898).

_____, ‘Father Russell’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 42, no. 4889 (March 1914), pp. 142-144.

_____, Fiander’s Widow (New York and Bombay: Longmans, Green, 1901).

_____, ‘Flowers in Fiction’, The Academy, no. 1717 (1 April 1905), pp. 361-363.

_____, ‘Foreword’ in FRANCIS, Dark Rosaleen, pp. i-iii.

_____, ‘Foreword’ in FRANCIS, Molly’s Fortunes, pp. i-xiv.

_____, Frieze and Fustian (London: Osgood, McIlvaine, 1896).

_____, In a North Country Village (Wigan: Northwest Catholic History Society, 2008 [1893]).

_____, ‘In An Irish Village’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 19, no. 218 (August 1891), pp. 393-401.

_____, ‘A Literary Causerie: Children’s Literature’, The Academy, no. 1740 (9 September 1905), pp. 924-925.

_____, ‘A Literary Causerie: The Dorset Poet’, The Academy, no. 1722 (6 May 1905), pp. 493-494.

_____, ‘A Literary Causerie: Sick-Room Fiction’, The Academy, no. 1773 (28 April 1906), pp. 403-404.

_____, ‘Mahon’s Guest’, Temple Bar, vol. 101, no. 400 (March 1894), 412-422.

_____, A Maid o’ Dorset (London: Cassell, 1917).

_____, Miss Erin (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago:  Benziger Brothers, 1898).

_____, Molly’s Fortunes (London: Sands, 1913).

_____, Napoleon of the Looms (London: Hutchinson, 1925).

_____, ‘A North-Country Squire of Queen Anne’s Day’, The Academy, no. 1718 (8 April 1905), pp. 384-385.

_____, Pastorals of Dorset (London: Longmans, 1901).

_____, Stepping Westward (London: Methuen, 1907).

_____, The Story of Dan (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1894).

_____, The Story of Mary Dunne (London:  John Murray, 1913).

_____, ‘Tea-Time in the Village’, Blackwoods Edinburgh Magazine, vol. 160, no. 972 (October 1896), pp. 520-525.

_____, The Things of a Child (London: Collins, 1918).

_____, Wild Wheat:  A Dorset Romance (London: Longmans, 1905).

MaudgonneGONNE, MAUD, ‘Ethlinn with Lugh’, in Ella Young, Celtic Wonder Tales (New York: Dover, 1995).

_____, ‘The High Priestess’ in A. E. Waite, The Pictorial Key to the Tarot, illustrations by Pamela Colman Smith (New York: Samuel Weiser Inc., 1973).

_____, A Servant of the Queen, edited by A. Norman Jeffares and Anna MacBride White (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1994).

_____, ‘Yeats and Ireland’, in Stephen Gwynn (ed.), Scattering Branches: Tributes to the Memory of W. B. Yeats (London: Macmillan, 1940), pp. 15-34.

GORE-BOOTH, EVA, The Agate Lamp (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1912).

_____, The Egyptian Pillar (Dublin: Tower Press, 1907).

_____, Poems (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1898).

_____, The Sorrowful Princess (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1907).

_____, The Three Resurrections and the Triumph of Maeve (London: Longmans, 1905).

_____, Unseen Kings: A Play in One Act and in Verse with Other Poems (London: Longmans & Co., 1904).

GRAND, SARAH, The Beth Book:  Being a Study of the Life of Elizabeth Caldwell Maclure, a Woman of Genius (New York:  The Dial Press, 1980).

______, Ideala: A Study from Life (London: Heinemann, 1888).

______, The Heavenly Twins (London: Heinemann, 1893).

______, Our Manifold Nature (London: Heinemann, 1894).

______, The Beth Book ([1897] London: Heinemann, 1898).

______, Babs the Impossible (London Hutchinson, 1901).

______, Adnam’s Orchard (London: Wiliam Heinemann, 1912).

______, The Winged Victory (London: W. Heinemann, 1916).

______, Variety (London: Heinemann, 1922).

Lady_gregoryGREGORY, LADY AUGUSTA PERSSE, Irish Folk-History Plays, First and Second Series (New York, London: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1912).

_____(ed.), Mr. Gregory’s Letter-Box: 1813-1830 (London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1898).

_____, Our Irish Theatre: A Chapter of Autobiography (London, New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1913).

_____, The White Cockade, in Lady Gregory, The Collected Plays, II, The Tragedies and Tragic-Comedies, ed. Ann Saddlemyer (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe, 1971), pp. 219-54.

StateLibQld_1_103873_Beatrice_Grimshaw,_authorGRIMSHAW, BEATRICE, Broken Away (London, New York: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1897).

_____, In the Strange South Seas (London: Nelson, 1911).

_____, Isles of Adventure (London: Herbert Jenkins, 1930), p. 20.

_____, The New New Guinea (London: Hutchinson, 1910).

_____, When the Red Gods Call (London: Mills & Boon, 1911).

GeraldineGuinness

 

GUINNESS, GERALDINE, Peru: Its Story, People and Religion (New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1920). First edition: 1909.

 

 

HINKSON, KATHARINE, ‘The Stolen Child’, The Monthly Packet, no. 527 (1 January 1895), p. 33.

IOTA [KATHLEEN MANNINGTON CAFFYN], A Yellow Aster (London: Hutchinson, 1894).

LAFFAN, MAY, Hogan M.P.: A Novel (London: Macmillan, 2nd edn, 1881).

LAWLESS, EMILY, Atlantic Rhymes and Rhythms (London and Bungay: Richard Clay, 1898).

_____, The Book of Gilly:  Four Months out of a Life (London: Smith, Elder, 1906).

_____, A Chelsea Householder (London: Sampson Low, 1882).

_____, A Colonel of the Empire (New York: D. Appleton, 1895).

_____, A Garden Diary:  September 1899 – September 1900 (London: Methuen, 1901).

_____, Grania:  The Story of an Island, 2 vols (London:  Smith, Elder, 1892).

_____, Hurrish (Belfast: Appletree Press, 1992 [1886]).

_____, The Inalienable Heritage and Other Poems (London: Privately Printed, 1914).

_____, Ireland: The Story of the Nations (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1887).

_____, Maelcho: A Sixteenth-Century Narrative, 2 vols (London: Smith, Elder, 1894).

_____, Major Lawrence, F. L. S. (London: John Murray, 1887).

_____, A Millionaire’s Cousin (London: Macmillan, 1885).

_____, ‘A Note on the Ethics of Literary Forgery’, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 41, no. 239 (January 1897), pp. 84-95.

_____, ‘Of the Personal Element in History’, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 50, no. 297 (November 1901), pp. 790-798.

_____, Plain Frances Mowbray and Other Tales (London: John Murray, 1889).

_____, Traits and Confidences (London: Garland Publishing, 1979).

_____, With Essex in Ireland (London: Smith, Elder, 1890).

_____, With the Wild Geese (London: Isbister, 1902).

LAWLESS, EMILY and SHAN F. BULLOCK, The Race of Castlebar (London: John Murray, 1913).

LYNCH, HANNAH, Autobiography of a Child (Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1901).

_____, An Odd Experiment (London: Methuen & Co., 1897).

_____Claire Monro. The Story of a Mother and Daughter (London: J. Milne, 1900).

_____, Daughters of Men: A Novel (London: William Heinemann, 1892).

_____, ‘Defeated’. London: Beeton’s Christmas Annual, 1885.

_____, Denys d’Auvrillac. A Story of French Life (London: J. Macqueen, 1896).

_____, Dr Vermont’s Fantasy and Other Stories (London: J. M. Dent & Co., 1896).

_____, Jinny Blake: a Tale, London: J.M. Dent & Co., 1897

_____ ‘Laogaire or Wrecked on Success’, Weekly Freeman (10 March – 17 November

1888).

_____, ‘The Last of the O’Moores’, Weekly Freeman Xmas Sketch Book, (December 1889).

_____, ‘The Little Marquis’, Macmillan’s Magazine, vol. 62, October 1890. Reproduced in

The Living Age (1897-1941), vol. 187, 22 November 1890

_____, [Pseud. E. Entiknappe] ‘My Friend Arcanieva’, Macmillan’s Magazine vol. 73,

(December 1895).

_____, The Prince of the Glades, 2 volumes (London: Methuen, 1891).

_____, Rosni Harvey, A Novel, 3 volumes (London: Chapman & Hall, 1892).

_____, Through Troubled Waters (London: Ward Lock & Co., 1885).

  1. B. [MARY BLUNDELL], ‘Through the Bars’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 7 (1879 Annual), pp. 639-649.
  2. E. B. [MARY E. BLUNDELL], ‘An Open Secret’, Atalanta, vol. 1, no. 1 (October 1887), p. 41.

MARKIEVICZ, CONSTANCE DE, Women, Ideals and the Nation: A Lecture Delivered to the Students’ National Literary Society, Dublin (Dublin: Inghinidhe na hÉireann, 1909).

_____ and Casimir Markievicz, The Memory of the Dead (Dublin, 1910).

MEADE, L. T., ‘Appreciation of the late Rev. Benjamin Waugh’, The Times (London), vol. 38594 (14 March 1908), p. 7.

_____, Ashton-Morton, or Memories of My Life (London: T. Cautley Newby, 1866).

_____, The Autocrat of the Nursery (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1884).

_____, Bashful Fifteen (London: Cassell, 1892).

_____, Bel-Marjory:  A Story of Conquest (London: John F. Shaw, 1878).

______, A Bunch of Cherries: A Story of Cherry Court School (Chicago: M. A. Donoghue, 1898).

_____, Castle Poverty (London: James Nisbet, 1904).

_____, The Chesterton Girl Graduates (London:  Chambers, 1913).

_____, ‘Children Past and Present’, Parents’ Review, vol. 6, no. 12 (February 1896), pp. 881-887.

_____, The Children’s Pilgrimage (London: James Nisbet, 1883).

_____, The Cleverest Woman in England (London: James Nisbet, 1898).

_____, Daddy’s Boy (London: Hatchards, 1887).

_____, The Darling of the School (London: Chambers, 1915).

_____, The Daughter of a Soldier (London: Chambers, 1915).

_____, Daughters of Today (Edinburgh: Morrison and Gibb, 1924).

_____, The Desire of Men:  An Impossibility (London: Digby, Long, 1899).

_____, ‘The Friends I Loved When I Was Young’, Sunday Magazine (February 1901), pp. 73-77.

_____, ‘From the Editor’s Standpoint’, On the Art of Writing Fiction (London: Wells, Gardner, Darton, 1894), pp. 124-138.

_____,  A Girl of the People (Montreal: John Lovell, 1912).

_____, A Girl of Today (London: John Long, 1910).

_____, The Girls of Merton College (London: Chambers, 1911).

_____, ‘Girls’ Schools of To-day. I – Cheltenham College’, Strand Magazine, vol. 9 (January 1895), pp. 457-462.

_____, ‘Girton College’, Atalanta, vol. 7, no. 77 (February 1894), pp. 325-331.

_____, Great St. Benedict’s:  A Tale (London: John F. Shaw, 1876).

_____, The Home of Silence (London: Sisley’s, 1890).

_____, ‘How I Began’, The Girl’s Realm, vol. 3 (November 1900), pp. 57-64.

_____, Kitty O’Donovan (London: Chambers, 1912).

_____, The Lady of Delight (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1907).

_____, The Lady of the Forest, Atalanta, vol. 1, no. 4 (January 1888), pp. 206-213.

_____, Lettie’s Last Home (London: John F. Shaw, 1875).

_____, Light o’ the Morning: The Story of An Irish Girl (London: Chambers, 1899).

_____, A London Baby:  The Story of King Roy (London: James Nisbet, 1882).

_____, The Maid Indomitable, Irish Independent: Sunday Edition (9 January – 23 July 1916).

_____, ‘Newnham College’, Atalanta, vol. 7, no. 80 (May 1894), pp. 525-529.

_____, The O’Donnells of Inchfawn (London: Hatchard, 1887).

_____, ‘The Ordeal of Cicely Blunt’, Quiver, vol. 4, no. 44 (March 1909), pp. 342-346.

_____, Outcast Robin; Or, Your Brother and Mine:  A Cry from the Great City (London:  John F. Shaw, 1878).

_____, The Palace Beautiful (London: Cassell, 1887).

_____, The Passion of Kathleen Duveen (London: Modern Publishing, 1913).

_____, Peggy from Kerry (London: Chambers, 1912).

_____, ‘The Queen of Girls’-Book Makers’, The Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science and Art, vol. 102, no. 2669 (22 December 1906), p. 774.

_____, The Rebel of the School (London: Chambers, 1902).

_____, The Rebellion of Lil Carrington (London: Cassell, 1898).

_____, ‘Red Letter Days’, Sunday Magazine (June 1899), pp. 406-410.

_____, Scamp and I (London: John F. Shaw, 1877).

_____, The Squire’s Little Girl (London and Edinburgh: Chambers, 1902).

_____, The Stormy Petrel (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1909).

_____, ‘Story Writing for Girls’, The Academy and Literature Fiction Supplement (7 November 1903), p. 499.

_____, A Sweet Girl Graduate (London, Paris and Melbourne: Cassell, 1892).

_____, That Brilliant Peggy (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1903).

_____, Wild Heather (London: Cassell, 1909).

_____, A Wild Irish Girl (London: Chambers, 1910).

_____, Wild Kitty (London: Chambers, 1897).

_____, Wilful Cousin Kate:  A Girl’s Story (London:  Chambers, 1905).

_____, A World of Girls:  The Story of a School  (London:  Cassell, 1886)

MEADE, L. T. (ed.), Atalanta, vol. 1 (October 1887- September 1888) (London:  Shaw, 1888).

_____ (ed.), Atalanta, vol. 2 (October 1888-September 1889) (London:  Hatchards, 1889).

_____ (ed.), Atalanta, vol. 3 (October 1889-September 1890) (London:  Trischler, 1890).

_____ (ed.), Atalanta, vol. 4 (October 1890-September 1891) (London: Trischler, 1891).

_____ (ed.), Atalanta, vol. 5 (October 1891-September 1892) (London: Atalanta, 1892).

_____ (ed.), Atalanta, vol. 6 (October 1892-September 1893) (London: Atalanta, 1893).

MEADE, L. T. and CLIFFORD HALIFAX, ‘Stories from the Diary of a Doctor’, Strand Magazine, vol. 6 (July 1893), pp. 91-102.

_____, Stories from the Diary of a Doctor (London: Bliss, Sands and Foster, 1896).

MEADE, L. T. and WALTER BESANT, ‘A School of Fiction – A Rejoinder’, New Century Review, vol. 6 (June 1897), pp. 524-526.

MULHALL, MARION, Between the Amazon and Andes or Ten Years of a Lady’s Travels in the Pampas, Gran Chaco, Paraguay, and Matto Grosso (London: Edward Stanford, 1881).

MULHOLLAND, ROSA (Lady Gilbert, Ruth Murray), Cynthia’s Bonnet Shop (London: Blackie & Son, 1901).

_____, Dunmara, 3 vols. (London: Smith, Elder, 1864).

_____, Marcella Grace, an Irish Novel, edited with an introduction by James H. Murphy (Washington, DC: Maunsel, 2001).

_____, Norah of Waterford (New York: P. J. Kenedy, 1915).

_____, The O’Shaughnessy Girls (London: Blackie & Son, 1911).

_____, The Return of Mary O’Murrough (London: Sands, 1909).

O’SHEA, KATHARINE, Charles Stewart Parnell: His Love Story and Political Life (London, Toronto and Melbourne:  Cassell, 1914).

PEART, BARBARA, Tia Barbarita: Memories of Barbara Peart (London: Faber & Faber, 1932).

RIDDELL, CHARLOTTE, Berna Boyle: A Love Story of the County Down (London: Macmillan & Co., 1900).

_____, The Earl’s Promise: A Novel (London: Hutchinson, n.d).

_____, The Nun’s Curse, 3 vols. (New York: Garland Press, 1979).

_____, A Rich Man’s Daughter (London: F.V. White, 1897).

_____, A Struggle for Fame (Dublin: Tramp Press, 2014).

SHARP, ELIZABETH A., William Sharp (Fiona Macleod) A Memoir Compiled by his Wife (London: Heinemann, 1910).

SOMERVILLE, E. Œ. and MARTIN ROSS, Stray-Aways (London: Longmans, Green and Co. 1920).

______, All on the Irish Shore ([1903] London, Calcutta, Sydney: Harrap, 1925).

______, The Real Charlotte ([1894] London: Quartet Books, 1977).

______, Through Connemara in a Governess Cart ([1893] London: Virago, 1990).

______, Some Irish Yesterdays ([1906] London: Nelson, 1916).

______, The Irish R. M. Complete (London: Faber and Faber, 1928).

THURSTON, KATHERINE CECIL, The Circle (Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood, 1903).

_____, The Fly on the Wheel (London:  Virago, 1987 [1908]).

_____, The Gambler (London: Hutchinson, 1906).

_____, John Chilcote, M. P. (Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood, 1904).

_____, Max (London: Hutchinson, 1910).

TYNAN HINKSON, KATHARINE, ‘Another Peamount?’, The Irish Times (16 September 1913), p. 8.

_____, Cuckoo Songs (London: Elkin Mathews and John Lane, 1894).

_____, ‘The Fields of My Childhood’, The Monthly Packet, no. 521 (1894), p. 72.

_____, For the White Rose (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1905).

_____, The Golden Lily (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1902).

_____, The Great Captain: A Story of the Days of Sir Walter Raleigh (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1902).

_____, ‘The Irish Priests’, The Fortnightly Review, vol. 82, no. 489 (September 1907), pp. 456-468.

_____, ‘Letters to the Editor: The Baltinglass Cruelty Case’, The Irish Times (20 February 1913), p. 9.

_____, The Love of Brothers (New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1920).

_____, ‘One Toby’, Printers’ Pie (1904), pp. 61-64.

_____, ‘The Protection of Irish Girls:  To the Editor of the Irish Times’, The Irish Times (21 November 1917), p. 6

_____, Roger Bellingham: A Catholic Irish Officer in the European War, 1915 (Dublin:  The Catholic Truth Society of Ireland, 1917).

_____, ‘Vegetables for the Red Cross’, The Irish Times (20 July 1915), p. 6.

TYNAN HINKSON, KATHARINE and CHARLES A. READ (eds), The Cabinet of Irish Literature, 4 vols (London: Gresham, 1903).

TYNAN, KATHARINE, The Admirable Simmons (London and Melbourne:  Ward, Lock, 1930).

_____, The Adventures of Alicia (London: F. V. White, 1906).

_____, The Adventures of Carlo (London, Glasgow and Bombay: Blackie and Son, 1900).

_____, Ballads and Lyrics (London:  Kegan, Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1891).

_____, Betty Carew (London:  Smith, Elder, 1910).

_____, Bitha’s Wonderful Year (London, Edinburgh, et al:  Humphrey Milford/Oxford University Press, 1921).

_____, Book of Irish History (Dublin and Belfast:  The Educational Company of Ireland, 1915).

_____, Castle Perilous (London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock, 1929).

_____, ‘A Catholic Poet’, The Dublin Review, vol. 142, no. 283 (July 1907), pp. 327-344.

_____, A Cluster of Nuts:  Being Sketches Among My Own People (London:  Lawrence and Bullen, 1894).

_____, Collected Poems (London: Macmillan, 1930).

_____, Connor’s Wood (London:  W. Collins Sons, 1933).

_____, Countrymen All (London and Dublin: Maunsel, 1915).

_____, Cousins and Others (London: T. Werner Laurie, 1909).

_____, A Daughter of Kings (London: Eveleigh Nash, 1905).

_____, A Daughter of the Fields (Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1901).

_____, The Dear Irish Girl (London: Smith, Elder, 1899).

_____, Delia’s Orchard (London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock, 1931).

_____, Denise the Daughter (London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock, 1930).

_____, Denys the Dreamer (London: W. Collins Sons, 1920).

_____, Dick Pentreath (Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1906).

_____, A Dog Book (London: Hutchinson, 1926).

_____, The Face in the Picture (London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock, 1927).

_____, Father Mathew (London: MacDonald and Evans, 1910).

_____, ‘Father Matthew Russell, S. J.: Dearest of Friends’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 40, no. 472 (October 1912), pp. 551-558.

_____, A Fine Gentleman (London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock, 1929).

_____, For Maisie (Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1907).

_____, The Forbidden Way (London: W. Collins Sons, 1931).

_____, Fortune’s Favorite (London:  F. V. White, 1904).

_____, Freda (London, New York, Toronto and Melbourne: Cassell, 1910).

_____, The French Wife (London: F. V. White, 1904).

_____, A Girl of Galway (London, Glasgow and Dublin: Blackie and Son, 1902).

_____, The Golden Rose (London: Eveleigh, Nash and Grayson, 1924).

_____, The Handsome Brandons: A Story for Girls (London, Glasgow, Dublin, Bombay:  Blackie and Son, 1899).

_____, Haroun of London (London: W. Collins Sons, 1927).

_____, Heart O’ Gold or The Little Princess: A Story for Girls (London:  S. W. Partridge, 1912).

_____, ‘The Heart of Man’, The Bookman, vol. 53, no. 315 (December 1917), pp. 106-7.

_____, The Heiress of Wyke (London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock, 1926).

_____, Her Ladyship (London: Smith, Elder, 1907).

_____, Her Mother’s Daughter (London: Smith, Elder, 1909).

_____, Honey, My Honey (London: Smith, Elder, 1912).

_____, The Honourable Molly (London: Smith, Elder, 1903).

_____, The House (London: W. Collins Sons, 1920).

_____, The House in the Forest (London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock, 1928).

_____, The House of Dreams (London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock, 1934).

_____, The House of the Crickets (London: Smith, Elder, 1908).

_____, The House of the Foxes (London: Smith, Elder, 1915).

_____, The House of the Secret (London: James Clarke, 1910).

_____, The House on the Bogs (London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock, 1922).

_____, ‘I Remember’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 45, no. 523 (January 1917), pp. 33-40.

_____, ‘An Idler’, The Girl’s Realm, vol. 1, no. 6 (April 1899), pp. 624-629.

_____, The Infatuation of Peter (London: W. Collins Sons, 1926).

_____, An International Marriage (London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock, 1933).

_____, An Isle in the Water (London: Adam and Charles Black, 1895).

_____, John-A-Dreams (London: Smith, Elder, 1916).

_____, John Bulteel’s Daughters (London: Smith, Elder, 1914).

_____, Judy’s Lovers (London: F. V. White, 1904).

_____, Julia (London: Smith, Elder, 1904).

_____, Katharine Tynan: Letters 1884-1885 (n.pl.: Apex One, 1973).

_____, A King’s Woman: Being the Narrative of Miss Penelope Fayle, Now Mistress Frobisher, Concerning the Late Troublous Times in Ireland (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1902).

_____, Kit (London: Smith, Elder, 1917).

_____, Kitty Aubrey (London:  James Nisbet, 1909).

_____, A Lad Was Born (London:  W. Collins Sons, 1934).

_____, Life in the Occupied Area (London:  Hutchinson, 1925).

_____, A Little Radiant Girl (London, Glasgow and Bombay:  Blackie and Son, 1914).

_____, A Lonely Maid (London and Melbourne:  Ward, Lock, 1931).

_____, Lord Edward: A Study in Romance (London:  John Murray, 1916).

_____, The Lost Angel (London:  John Milne, 1908).

_____, Louise de la Vallière and Other Poems (London:  Kegan, Paul, Trench, 1886).

_____, Lover of Women (London:  W. Collins Sons, 1928).

_____, Lovers’ Meeting (London and Melbourne:  Ward, Lock, 1932).

_____, The Luck of the Fairfaxes: A Story for Girls (London, Glasgow and New York:  Collins’ Clear-Type Press, 1905).

_____, The Man from Australia (London: W. Collins Sons, 1919).

_____, Margery Dawe (London, Glasgow and Bombay: Blackie and Son, 1916).

_____, ‘Margery the Shopkeeper’, Hulton’s Girl’s Stories (Manchester: Allied Newspapers, n.d.).

_____,  ‘Martha’, The Catholic World, vol. 100, no. 598 (January 1915), pp. 488-499.

_____, Mary Beaudesert, V. S. (London:  W. Collins Sons, 1923).

_____, Mary Gray (London, Paris, New York, Toronto and Melbourne:  Cassell, 1908).

_____, Memories (London:  Eveleigh Nash and Grayson, 1924).

_____, Men and Maids; or, the Lovers’ Way (Dublin: Sealy, Bryers and Walker, 1908).

_____, Men, Not Angels, and Other Tales Told to Girls (London: Burnes and Oates, 1914).

_____, The Middle Years (London: Constable, 1916).

_____, A Midsummer Rose (London: Smith, Elder, 1913).

_____, Miss Gascoigne (London:  John Murray, 1918).

_____, The Moated Grange (London:  W Collins Sons, 1925).

_____, Molly, My Heart’s Delight (London:  Smith, Elder, 1914).

_____, ‘Molly’s Christmas Foundling’, Weekly Irish Times (5 December 1908), p. 2.

_____, The Most Charming Family (London and Melbourne:  Ward, Lock, 1929).

_____, Mrs. Pratt of Paradise Farm (London:  Smith, Elder, 1913).

_____, My Love’s But a Lassie (London, Melbourne and Toronto:  Ward, Lock, 1918).

_____, A Nun, Her Friends and Her Order:  Being a Sketch of the Life of Mother Mary Xaveria Fallon (London:  Kegan, Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1891).

_____, Oh, What a Plague is Love!  (London:  Adam and Charles Black, 1896).

_____, ‘On the Embankment’, Printers’ Pie (1913), pp. 40-51.

_____, The Other Man (London and Melbourne:  Ward, Lock, 1923).

_____, Paradise Farm (New York:  Duffield, 1911).

_____, Pat the Adventurer (London and Melbourne:  Ward, Lock, 1923).

_____, Peeps at Many Lands:  Ireland (London:  Smith, Elder, 1908).

_____, Peggy, the Daughter (London, New York, Toronto and Melbourne:  Cassell, 1909).

_____, Philippa’s Lover (London and Melbourne:  Ward, Lock, 1931).

_____, The Pitiful Lady (London and Melbourne:  Ward, Lock, 1932).

_____, The Playground (London and Melbourne:  Ward, Lock, 1930).

_____, Poems (London:  Lawrence and Bullen, 1901).

_____, ‘Poor Miss Robinson’, The Golden Book for Girls, ed. Mrs Herbert Strang (London:  Oxford University Press, 1921), pages unnumbered.

_____, Princess Katharine (London, Melbourne, Toronto:  Ward, Lock, 1912).

_____, The Rattlesnake (London, Melbourne and Toronto:  Ward, Lock, 1917).

_____, A Red, Red Rose (London:  Eveleigh Nash, 1903).

_____, The Respectable Lady (New York:  D. Appleton, 1928).

_____, ‘Review:  Father Russell’s Last Book’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 40, no. 473 (November 1912), pp. 629-632.

_____, The Rich Man (London:  W. Collins Sons, 1929).

_____, The River (London:  W. Collins Sons, 1929).

_____, Rose of the Garden (London:  Constable, 1912).

_____, Sally Victrix (London:  W. Collins Sons, 1921).

_____, ‘Sergeant Quinn, V. C.’, The Irish Times (11 December 1915), p. 1.

_____, A Shameful Inheritance (London, New York, Toronto and Melbourne:  Cassell, 1914).

_____, She Walks in Beauty (London:  Smith, Elder, 1899).

_____, Since First I Saw Your Face (London:  Hutchinson, 1915).

_____, The Squire’s Sweetheart (London, Melbourne and Toronto:  Ward, Lock, 1915).

_____, The Story of Bawn (London:  Smith, Elder, 1906).

_____, The Story of Cecilia (London:  Smith, Elder, 1911).

_____, The Story of Clarice (London: James Clarke, 1911).

_____, The Story of Our Lord, for Children (Dublin:  Sealy, Bryers and Walker, 1907).

_____, ‘A Strayed Poet’, The Bookman, vol. 56, no. 332 (May 1919), pp. 78-79.

_____, That Sweet Enemy (London:  Archibald Constable, 1901).

_____, They Loved Greatly (London:  Eveleigh Nash and Grayson, 1923).

_____, Three Fair Maids or the Burkes of Derrymore (London, Glasgow and Bombay:  Blackie and Son, 1900).

_____, Twenty One Poems by Katharine Tynan:  Selected by W. B. Yeats (Dundrum:  Dun Emer Press, 1907).

_____, Twenty-Five Years:  Reminiscences (London:  Smith, Elder, 1913).

_____, ‘The Tyrannies of Ireland.  Youth and the Revolver.  Growing Peace Hunger’, The Times (London), no. 43032 (16 May 1922), p. 17.

_____, A Union of Hearts (London:  James Nisbet, 1901).

_____, The Wandering Years (London:  Constable, 1922).

_____, ‘The Wares of Autolycus:  A Clothing’, Pall Mall Gazette, no. 9795 (17 August 1896), p. 4.

_____, The Way of a Maid (London:  Lawrence and Bullen, 1895).

_____, The West Wind (London:  Constable, 1916).

_____, White Ladies (London:  Eveleigh Nash and Grayson, 1922).

_____, The Wild Adventure (London and Melbourne:  Ward, Lock, 1927).

_____, Wives (London:  Hurst and Blackett, 1924).

_____, ‘The Women of Ireland’, Young Woman (1894), pp. 212-214.

_____, The Wood Without an End (Dublin and Belfast:  The Educational Company of Ireland, n.d.).

_____, The Years of the Shadow (London:  Constable, 1919).

_____, The Yellow Domino and Other Stories (London:  F. V. White, 1906).

VOYNICH, E. L., The Gadfly (New York: International Book and Publishing Company, 1900). First edition: 1897.

YOUNG, ELLA, ‘The Adventures of the Gubbaun Saor and his Son. Re-told by Ella Young’, Dublin Magazine, 1 (Aug 1923/Jan 1924), 41-4; 513-9.

_____, ‘The Celtic Renaissance in Poetry’, All Ireland Review 2:19 (1901), 142-3; 2:20 (1901), 150-1.

_____, Celtic Wonder Tales (New York: Dover, 1995).

_____, Flowering Dusk (New York: Longmans, 1945).

_____, ‘Lilith: A Story’, Dublin Magazine, 2 (1924), 136-7.

_____, Poems by Ella Young, Tower Press Booklets no. 4 (Dublin: Maunsel and Co., 1906).

_____, The Rose of Heaven: Poems by Ella Young decorated by Maud Gonne (Dublin: The Candle Press, 1920).

_____, ‘The Rose Queen’, Irish Review, 1:4 (1911), 187-9.

_____, ‘A Sunflower’, All Ireland Review, 1:19 (1900), 6.

_____, The Tangle-Coated Horse (Edinburgh: Floris Books, 1991).

_____, ‘Three Mountains’, All Ireland Review, 2:42 (1901), 352.

_____, ‘The Red Sunrise (Moraig’s Song)’, Red Hand Magazine, 1:1 (1920), 5.

 

            Translations

HAMSUN, KNUT, Hunger, trans. George Egerton (Mineola, New York:  Dover Publications, 2003).

HANSSON, OLA, Young Ofeg’s Ditties, trans. George Egerton (London: John Lane, 1895).

 

 

            Periodical Journalism

CAIRD, MONA, ‘A Defence of the So-Called Wild Women’, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 31 (January-June 1892), pp. 811-829.

CRACKANTHORPE, B. A., ‘The Revolt of the Daughters’, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 35 (January-June 1894), pp. 23-31.

_____, ‘The Revolt of the Daughters 2’, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 35 (January-June 1894), pp. 424-429.

CUFF, LADY CATHLEEN, ‘A Reply from the Daughters’, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 35 (January-June 1894), pp. 437-442.

DERRICK, FRANCIS [FRANCES E. M. NOTLEY], Forgotten Lives, The Englishwoman’s Domestic Magazine, no. 119 (1 November 1874), pp. 226-231.

EAB, ‘The Fiction of Popular Magazines’, The Academy and Literature, no. 1451 (24 February 1900), pp. 167-168.

  1. S., ‘The Queen of Girls’ Book Makers’, The Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science and Art, vol. 102, no. 2670 (29 December 1906), p. 806.

FAWCETT, MILLICENT GARRETT, ‘Employment for Girls:  The Civil Service’, Atalanta, vol. 1, no. 3 (December 1887), pp. 174-176.

FRIEDRICHS, HULDA, ‘A Peep at the Pioneer Club’, vol. 4 (June 1896), pp. 302-306.

  1. M. S. [GERTRUDE SWEETMAN], ‘M. E. Francis’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 8, no. 683 (May 1930), pp. 229-239.

GARDINER, FLORENCE MARY, ‘Whispers from the Woman’s World’, Ludgate Illustrated Magazine, vol. 8 (Jnauary 1895), pp. 318-320.

GRAND, SARAH, ‘The New Aspect of the Woman Question’, North American Review, no. 158 (1894), pp. 270-276.

GRAVES, CLO., ‘Employment for Girls:  Chromo-Lithography’, Atalanta, vol. 1, no. 8 (May 1888), p. 474.

HT, ‘Irish Literary Society’, The Irish Book Lover, vol. 1, no. 5 (December 1909), pp. 56-57.

  1. V. G., ‘Review: Twenty-Five Years of a Literary Life’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 42, no. 493 (July 1914), pp. 357-365.

HARRISON, MRS. FREDERICK, ‘Mothers and Daughters’, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 35 (January-June 1894), pp. 313-322.

HAWEIS, M. E., ‘The Revolt of the Daughters’, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 35 (January-June 1894), pp. 430-436.

HAWKES-SMITH, JESSIE et al, ‘The Queen of Girls’-Book Makers’, The Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science and Art, vol. 103, no. 2673 (19 January 1907), p. 81.

HUNTLEY, EDITH, M. D., ‘Employment for Girls:  Medicine’, Atalanta, vol. 1, no. 11 (August 1888), p. 655.

  1. S. C., ‘A Note on the Death of Katherine [sic] Tynan’, The Irish Book Lover, vol. 19, no. 1 (January-February 1931), p. 35.

JONES, DORA M., ‘The Ladies’ Clubs of London’, The Young Woman, vol. 7 (1898-1899), pp. 409-413.

LAFFAN, MAY, ‘Convent Boarding-Schools for Young Ladies’, Fraser’s Magazine, vol. 9, no. 54 (June 1874), pp. 778-786.

LAWLESS, EMILY, ‘An Addition to Mr. Birchall’s List of “The Lepidoptera of Ireland”’, Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine (3 January 1867), 187.

_____, ‘A Dredging Ground’, Nineteenth Century: A Monthly Review, 10:53 (July 1881), 131-41.

_____, ‘Iar-Connaught: A Sketch’, Cornhill Magazine, 45:267 (March 1882), 319-33.

_____, Ireland ([1887] London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1912).

_____, ‘In the Kingdom of Kerry’, The Gentleman’s Magazine, 252:1817 (May 1882), 540-53.

_____, ‘Notes in the Morbihan’, National Review, 4:22 (December 1884), 492-503.

LECKY, W. E. H., ‘Noticeable Books:  With Essex in Ireland‘, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 28, no. 162 (August 1890), pp. 236-251.

LINTON, ELIZABETH LYNN, ‘The Judicial Shock to Marriage’, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 29 (January-June 1891), pp. 691-700.

_____, ‘The Wild Women as Social Insurgents’, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 30 (July-December 1891), pp. 596-605.

_____, ‘The Wild Women. No. I. As Politicians’, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 30 (July-December 1891), 79-88.

LITTLE, L. M., ‘Notes from the World of Letters’, The Irish Homestead, vol. 8, no. 36 (6 September 1902), pp. 706-707.

LITTLEDALE, RICHARD F., ‘New Novels’, The Academy and Literature, no. 584 (14 June 1883), pp. 23-24.

LOW, F. B. and E. R. COLMAN, ‘The Queen of Girls’-Book Makers’, The Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science and Art, vol. 103, no. 2675 (2 February 1907), p. 143.

LOW, FLORENCE B., ‘The Reading of the Modern Girl’, The Nineteenth Century and After, vol. 59, no. 348 (February 1906), pp. 278-287.

MCLAUGHLIN, J. B., ‘Katharine Tynan’, The Ampleforth Journal, vol. 18 (1913), pp. 277-295.

MULHOLLAND, ROSA, ‘Wanted an Irish Novelist’, Irish Montly 19 (July 1891), pp. 368-73.

O’MAHONY, NORA TYNAN, ‘Katharine Tynan’s Girlhood’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 59, no. 696 (June 1931), pp. 358-363.

OLIPHANT, M. A., ‘A Noble Lady’, The New Review, vol. 14, no. 82 (March 1896), pp. 241-247.

OSBORNE, E. A., ‘The Collector:  Collecting Detective Fiction’, The Bookman, vol. 81, no. 485 (February 1932), pp. 287-288.

OUIDA [Marie Louise Ramé], ‘The New Woman’, North American Review, no. 158 (1894), pp. 610-619.

  1. H., ‘The Queen of Girls’ Book Makers’, The Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science and Art, vol. 103, no. 2671 (5 January 1907), p. 17.

PARKER, PERCY L., ‘Katharine Tynan at Home’, The Woman’s Signal, no. 2 (11 January 1894), p. 17.

RUSSELL, FATHER MATTHEW, S.J., ‘Amen Corner’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 37, no. 435 (September 1909), pp. 521-524.

_____, ‘The Cabinet of Irish Literature’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 31, no. 360 (June 1903), pp. 335-340.

_____, ‘Irish Writers of the Nineteenth Century’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 27, no. 314 (August 1899), pp. 423-426.

_____, ‘The Literary Output of Three Irish-Women’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 39, no. 442 (April 1910), pp. 200-202.

_____, ‘The Literature of King’s County’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 2, no. 373 (July 1904), pp. 361-367.

_____, ‘Notes on New Books’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 18, no. 209 (November 1890), pp. 612-616.

_____, ‘Poets I Have Known.  No. 5:  Katharine Tynan’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 31, no. 359 (May 1903), pp. 250-267.

_____, ‘Poets I Have Known.  No. 9:  Nora Tynan O’Mahony’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 36, no. 423 (September 1908), pp. 511-520.

_____, ‘The Sonnets of an Irish Nun’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 17, no. 189 (March 1889), pp. 158-567.

_____, ‘A Word about Irish Catholic Literature’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 40, no. 468 (June 1912), pp. 311-312.

S., ‘Some Recent Books’, Dublin Review, vol. 139, no. 277/278 (July 1906), p. 218.

SALMON, EDWARD G., ‘What Girls Read’, Nineteenth Century, 20:116 (October 1886), 515-29.

SICHEL, EDITH, ‘Emily Lawless’, The Nineteenth Century and After, vol. 76, no. 449 (July 1914), pp. 80-100.

SMITH, ALYS PEARSALL, ‘A Reply from the Daughters’, The Nineteenth Century, vol. 35 (January-June 1894), pp. 443-451.

TOOLEY, MRS., ‘Some Famous Authors as Girls’, The Girl’s Realm, vol. 1, no. 5 (March 1899), pp. 447-455.

TYTLER, SARAH, ‘Occupations’, Atalanta, vol. 3, no. 26 (December 1889), p. 114.

VOLATILE, SARAH, ‘Books and Authors’, Hearth and Home, no. 406 (23 February 1899), p. 613.

  1. A. L. B., ‘Yorkshire and Lancashire in Recent Fiction’, The Bookman, vol. 59, no. 349 (October 1920), pp. 23-24.

WALSH, MICHAEL, ‘Katharine Tynan’s Poetic Harvesting’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 58, no. 690 (December 1930), pp. 627-631.

WATSON, H. B. MARRIOTT, ‘Fiction in 1902’, Pall Mall Gazette, vol. 29, no. 117 (January 1903), pp. 131-135.

ZIMMERN, ALICE, ‘Girls’ Book Lists’, The Leisure Hour:  An Illustrated Magazine for Home Reading (February 1901), pp. 333-337.

 

            Literary History

 

BLACK, HELEN, Notable Women Authors of the Day (Glasgow: Bryce, 1893).

BLACK, HELEN C., Pen, Pencil, Baton and Mask:  Biographical Sketches (London:  Spotiswood, 1896).

BOYD, ERNEST A., The Contemporary Drama of Ireland (Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1917).

_____, Ireland’s Literary Renaissance (London:  Grant Richards, 1923).

BROWN, STEPHEN J., ‘The Catholic Novelist and His Themes’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 63, no. 745 (July 1935), pp. 432-444.

_____, Ireland in Fiction:  A Guide to Irish Novels, Tales, Romances, and Folk-Lore (Dublin and London:  Maunsel, 1916).

_____, ‘Novels of the National Idea’, The Irish Monthly, vol. 48, no. 563 (May 1920), pp. 254-262.

_____, ‘The Question of Irish Nationality’, Studies:  An Irish Quarterly Review, vol. 1, no. 4 (December 1912), pp. 634-654.

DOBREE, LOUISE EMILY et al, A Round Table of the Representative Irish and English Catholic Novelists (Chicago:  Benziger Brothers, 1897).

JACKSON, HOLBROOK, The Eighteen Nineties (London: Jonathan Cape, 1913).

MILES, ALFRED H. (ed.), The Poets and Poetry of the Nineteenth Century:  Christina G. Rossetti to Katharine Tynan (London:  Blackfriars, 1914).

RUSSELL, GEORGE, New Songs. A Lyric Selection made by A.E. (Dublin: O’Donoghue & Co.; London: A. H. Bullen, 1904).

RUSSELL MATTHEW [M. R.], ‘Irish Writers of the Nineteenth Century’, Irish Monthly, 27:314 (1899), 423-6.

RYAN, WILLIAM PATRICK, The Irish Literary Revival (New York: Lemma, 1970 [1894]).


 

Anthologies

BOURKE, ANGELA, Siobhán Kilfeather, Maria Luddy, Margaret MacCurtain, Gerardine Meaney, Máirín Ní Dhonnchadha, Mary O’Dowd and Clair Wills (eds), The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing, Volumes 4 and 5: Irish Women’s Writings and Traditions (Cork: Cork University Press, 2002).

COLLINS, LUCY (ed.), Poetry by Women in Ireland: A Critical Anthology, 1870-1970 (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2012)

 

 

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