[Unless otherwise noted, e-texts listed are available at Project Gutenberg. — Jacqueline Banerjee.]
1848 The Saint's Tragedy (e-text); anonymous publication of "Why Should We Fear the Romish Priests? "Workmen of England" (discussion) anonymously and "The National Gallery" under the pseudonym "Parson Lot" in new journal Politics for the People; articles and series of "letters to the Chartists" under pseudonym "Parson Lot"; Yeast (e-text; discussion) published anonymously and serially in Fraser's Magazine.
1850 Cheap Clothes and Nasty.
1851 Yeast: A Problem issued in volume form (e-text); poetry and a series of articles in Christian Socialist under pseudonym "Parson Lot"; "The Nun's Pool," in Christian Socialist; articles and reviews in Fraser's Magazine.
1852 Phaeton; or Loose Thoughts for Loose Thinkers; begins Hypatia; or, New Foes with an Old Face as serial in Fraser's Magazine (e-text); the Christian Socialist fails.
1853 Hypatia (e-text).
1856 The Heroes; or, Greek Fairy Tales for My Children (e-text).
1857 Two Years Ago (discussion).
1858 Andromeda and Other Poems.(text)
1862 The Water-Babies: A Fairy Tale for a Land-Baby, serially in Macmillan's Magazine. [commentary]
1864 The Roman and the Teuton (e-text); What, Then, Does Dr. Newman Mean? .
1865 Hereward, the Last of the English published serially in Good Words.
1866 Hereward the Wake, "Last of the English" (e-text).
1868 "Madam How and Lady Why," published in Good Words for the Young.
1871 At Last: A Christmas in the West Indies (e-text).
1872 Town Geology (e-text).
1873 Prose Idylls, New and Old (e-text).
1874 Health and Education (e-text).
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