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Novels and short stories
- World Without End novel, adapted to film as His Supreme Moment (1925) starring Blanche Sweet.
- Purple and Fine Linen, novel; adapted to film as Three Hours (1927) starring Corinne Griffith and as Adventure in Manhattan (1936) starring Jean Arthur.
- The Joy Girl, novel; adapted to film as The Joy Girl (1927) starring Olive Borden.
- Secrets (1922), play adapted to film as Secrets (1924) starring Norma Talmadge and as Secrets (1933) starring Mary Pickford.
- The Prude's Fall play adapted as a film Dangerous Virtue (1924), directed by Graham Cutts, art direction by Alfred Hitchcock, and starring Jane Novak and Julanne Johnston.
- Orlando Project, Cambridge University Press
- Works by May Edginton at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about May Edginton at Internet Archive
- Works by May Edginton at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks)
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