[Unless otherwise noted, e-texts listed are available at Project Gutenberg. When individual titles appear in multiple volumes, only the link takes you only to the first. — George P. Landow]

Fiction

  • Pelham (introduction); The Disowned, 1828 (e-text)*
  • Devereux, 1829 (e-text)*
  • Paul Clifford, 1830 (e-text)*
  • The Siamese Twins;
  • Eugene Aram, 1832
  • Godolphin, 1833 (e-text)*
  • The Last Days of Pompeii, 1834 [commentaryfull text in the Victorian Web]
  • Rienzi, Last of the Roman Tribunes, 1835 (e-text)*
  • The Duchess de la Valliere, 1836
  • Ernest Maltravers, 1837 (e-text)*
  • Alice, or the Mysteries, 1838 (e-text)*
  • Leila; or, The Siege of Granada, 1838 (e-text)*
  • Calderon the Courtier, 1838.
  • Night and Morning, 1841
  • Zanoni, 1842 (e-text)*
  • Lucretia; or, The Children of the Night, 1846 (e-text)*
  • Harold, the Last of the Saxon Kings, 1848 (e-text)*
  • The Caxtons: A Family Picture, 1849 (e-text)* <— details of serial publication
  • My Novel, by Pisistratus Caxton; or, Varieties in English Life, 1850 (e-text)* — details of serial publication
  • "The Haunted and The Haunters," 1857
  • My Novel, 1853
  • What Will He Do with It? by Pisistratus Caxton, 1858 — details of serial publication
  • A Strange Story [anonymously published novel], 1862 (e-text)* — details of serial publicationits publication with illustrations in the U.S.
  • Caxtoniana, 1863
  • The Coming Race, 1871 (e-text)*
  • The Parisians, 1872 (e-text)*
  • Kenelm Chillingly: His Adventures and Opinions, 1873 (e-text)*
  • Pausanias the Spartan [published posthumously], 1876 (e-text)*
  • Poetry

  • Ismael: An Oriental Tale, with Other Poems (1820) London: J. Hatchard and Son .
  • Delmour; or, A Tale of a Sylphid, and Other Poems, 1823
  • "Sculpture" 1825 (awarded Chancellor's medal
  • Weeds and Wildflowers 1826
  • Collected Poems, 1831. (e-text)*
  • Plays

  • The Lady of Lyons [drama], 1838
  • Richelieu five-act play in blank verse, 1839
  • The Sea Captain; or, The Birthright [drama], 1839
  • Money [comedy], 1840
  • Not So Bad as We Seem, 1851 [drama]
  • Walpole, historical play, 1869
  • Miscellaneous

  • History of England, 1833
  • Letter to a Late Cabinet Minister on the Present Crisis (pamphlet), 1834.
  • Athens, Its Rise and Fall, 1837 [history] (e-text)*
  • A Word to the Public, 1847 [defence of his crime fiction]
  • The Odes and Epodes of Horace [translation], 1869

  • Victorian Overview

    Last modified 22 June 2014