William Harrison Ainsworth bibliography

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This is a list of works by the English historical novelist William Harrison Ainsworth (1805–1882).

Novels[edit]

Title First publication Publication Type Online text
Sir John Chiverton London: Ebers, 1826 (Written in collaboration with J. P. Aston)
Rookwood London: Bentley, 1834 Three volumes Gutenberg
Crichton London: Bentley, 1837 Three volumes 1898 edition on the Internet Archive
Jack Sheppard London: Bentley, 1839 Three volumes Gutenberg
The Tower of London London: Bentley, 1840
Guy Fawkes London: Bentley, 1841 Three volumes Gutenberg
Old St Paul's London: Cunningham, 1841 Three volumes Gutenberg
The Miser's Daughter 1842
Modern Chivalry 1843
Windsor Castle 1843 Gutenberg
St James's 1844 1865 edition on the Internet Archive
James the Second London: Colburn, 1848 Three volumes 1865 edition on the Internet Archive
The Lancashire Witches London: Colburn, 1849 Gutenberg
Auriol London: Chapman & Halll, 1850 1865 edition on the Internet Archive
The Flitch of Bacon (see also Flitch (bacon)) 1854
The Star-Chamber 1854 Two volumes Volume 1 ,Gutenberg
Volume 2 ,Gutenberg
The Spendthrift London: Routledge, 1857
The Life and Adventures of Mervyn Clitheroe 1858
Ovingdean Grange London: Routledge, 1860
The Constable of the Tower London: Chapman & Hall, 1861 Three volumes 1880 edition on the Internet Archive
The Lord Mayor of London London: Chapman & Hall, 1862 Three volumes 1880 edition on the Internet Archive
Cardinal Pole London: Chapman & Hall, 1863 Three volumes 1865 edition on the Internet Archive
1876 edition on the Internet Archive
The Projector London: Chapman & Hall, 1864 Three volumes 1867 edition on the Internet Archive
The Spanish Match London: Chapman & Hall, 1865 Three volumes 1883 edition on the Internet Archive
The Constable de Bourbon London: Chapman & Hall, 1866 Three volumes 1878 edition on the Internet Archive
Old Court 1867
Myddleton Pomfret 1868 1878 edition on the Internet Archive
Hilary St Ives 1870
Talbot Harland London: John Dicks, 1870
The South-Sea Bubble London: John Dicks, 1871
Tower Hill London: John Dicks, 1871
Boscobel 1871 Gutenberg
1875 edition on the Internet Archive
The Good Old Times 1873 (reissued as The Manchester Rebels London: Tinsley, 1874)
Merry England London: Tinsley, 1874 Three volumes
The Goldsmith's Wife London: Tinsley, 1875 Three volumes
Preston Fight 1875 1877 edition on the Internet Archive
Chetwynd Calverley London: Tinsley, 1876 Three volumes 1877 edition on the Internet Archive
The Leaguer of Lathom London: Tinsley, 1876 Three volumes 1878 edition on the Internet Archive
The Fall of Somerset London: Tinsley, 1877 Three volumes
Beatrice Tyldesley London: Tinsley, 1878 Three volumes
Beau Nash London: Routledge, 1879 Three volumes
Stanley Brereton 1881
Sources: A Dictionary of Writers and their Works; Sadleir's XIX Century Fiction[1][2]

Other works[edit]

  • December Tales. London: G. & W. B. Whittaker, 1823
  • The Combat of the Thirty: From a Breton lay of the fourteenth century; with an introduction, comprising a new chapter of Froissart. London: Chapman & Hall, 1859

References[edit]

Citations

  1. ^ Cox. Michael, ed. (2001), "Ainsworth, William Harrison", A Dictionary of Writers and their Works, Oxford University Press, retrieved 2 March 2009, (subscription required (help)) 
  2. ^ Sadleir, Michael (1951) XIX Century Fiction: a bibliographical record based on his own collection. 2 vols. London: Constable

Bibliography

  • Carver, Stephen James (2003) "Ainsworth, William Harrison" in: The Life and Works of the Lancashire Novelist William Harrison Ainsworth 1805–1882. Edwin Mellen Press
  • Ellis, S. M. (1911) William Harrison Ainsworth and his Friends. 2 vols. John Lane. ("Bibliography of the works of William Harrison Ainsworth": v. 2, p. 345-383)
  • Locke, Harold (1925) A Bibliographical Catalogue of the Published Novels and Ballads of William Harrison Ainsworth. Elkin Mathews

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