Bibliography of Sharp's Works
Selected Bibliography of Sharp's Works
All unpublished letters and manuscripts cited in the notes are from the Papers of William Sharp or the Papers of Patrick Geddes, both in the National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh. The list of Sharp's published works in volume II of Elizabeth Sbarp's Memoir (2nd ed.; London: Heinemann, 1912), though omitting some titles and containing a few errors, is the most exhaustive bibliography available. The following bibliography contains Sharp's principal published works along with all others referred to in the text. Writings published under his pseudonym have been separated from those published under his own name for convenience of identification.
"American Literature," Good Words, XXX (June 1889), 56-71.
American Sonnets (ed.). Canterbury Series. London: Walter Scott, 1889.
"Cardinal Lavigerie's Work in North Africa," Atlantic Monthly, LXXIV (August 1894), 214-227.
"Celtic Literature" (with Ernest Rhys), Library of the World's Best Literature Ancient and Modern, ed. Charles Dudley Warner (New York: The International Society, 1896-1897), VIII, 3403-3450.
"Chelsea Hospital and Its Inhabitants," Good Words, XXVI (November 1885), 705-711.
"The Child in Art," Realm, December 15, 1894, pp. 172-173.
The Children of To-morrow. London: Chatto and Windus, 1889.
"The City of Beautiful Towers," Good Words, XXVI (May 1885), 320-326.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti: A Record and a Study. London: Macmillan, 1882.
"The Dramas of Gabriele D'Annunzio," Fortnightly Review, LXXIV (September 1900), 391-409.
"Dust and Fog," Good Words, XXIV (October 1883), 721-723.
Earth's Voices: Transcripts from Nature; Sospitra and Other Poems. London: Elliott Stock, 1884.
Ecce Puella and Other Prose Imaginings. London: Elkin Matthews, 1896.
"Edward Burne-Jones," Fortnightly Review, LXX (August 1898), 289-306.
Fair Women in Painting and Poetry. Portfolio of Artistic Monographs, no. 7. London: Seeley, 1896.
A Fellowe and His Wife (with Blanche Willis Howard). New York: Houghton-Mifflin, 1892.
Flower o' the Vine. Introductory note by Thomas Janvier. New York: Webster, 1892.
For a Song's Sake and Other Stories (ed.), by Philip Bourke Marston. Canterbury Series. London: Walter Scott, 1887.
"Garden of the Sun: I-II" Century, LXXI (March 1906), 663-681, and LXXII (May 1906), 37-54.
"George Meredith's Reading of Earth," Scottish Art Review, I (February 1889), 263-265.
The Gipsy Christ and Other Tales. Carnation Series. Chicago: Stone and Kimball, 1895.
"Hersart de la Villemarque: The Heroic and Legendary Literature of Brittany," Library of the World's
Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, ed. Charles Dudley Warner.
(New York: The International Society, 1896-1897), XXXVIII, 15377-15391.
"The Hotel of the Beautiful Star," Harper's, CIII (October 1901), 673-679.
The Human Inheritance, The New Hope, Motherhood. London: Elliott Stock, 1882.
"Icelandic Literature," Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, ed. Charles Dudley Warner
(New York: The International Society, 1896-1897), XX, 7865-7895.
"In the Days of My Youth," Mainly About People, November 14, 1900, pp. 484-485.
"The Isle of Arran," Art Journal, XLVII (July 1885), 205-208.
"Italian Poets of Today," Quarterly Review, CXCVI (July 1902), 239-268.
"La Jeune Belgique," Nineteenth Century, XXXIV (September 1893), 416-436.
"Land of Theocritus," Harper's, CVI (April 1903), 802-810.
The Life and Letters of Joseph Severn. London: Sampson, Lowe, and Marston, 1892.
Life of Browning. Great Writers Series. London: Walter Scott, 1890.
Life of Heinrich Heine. Great Writers Series. London: Walter Scott, 1888.
Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Great Writers Series. London: Walter Scott, 1887.
Literary Geography. London: Pall Mall Publications, 1904.
"Maeterlinck," Academy, March 19, 1892, p. 270.
"A Memory of Verona," Good Words, XXX (June 1889), 382-393.
"Monte Oliveto and the Frescoes of Sodona: I-II," Art journal, XLVI (April-May 1884), 101-104, 133-136.
"Mr. George Meredith," Good Words, XL (July 1899), 477-482.
"Myths and Folklore of the Aryan Peoples" (with Ernest Rbys), Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modem, ed. Charles Dudley Warner (New York: The International Society, 1896-1897), XXVI, 10522-10542.
"A Note on Climate and Art, Modem Thought, III (June 1881), 153-155.
"A Note on the Aesthetic Development of America," Scottish Art Review, II (November 1889), 162-163.
"A Note on the Belgian Renascence," Chap-Book, IV (December 1895), 149-157.
Pagan Review, I (August [September] 1892).
The Poems of Eugene Lee-Hamilton (ed.). Canterbury Series. London: Walter Scott, 1903.
The Poems of Matthew Arnold (e.). Canterbury Series. London; Walter Scott, 1896.
The Poems of Swinburne (ed). Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1901.
The Poetical Works of Walter Scott (ed.). Canterbury Series. London: Walter Scott, 1885.
The Progress of Art in the Nineteenth Century. London and Edinburgh: W. R. Chambers, 1902.
"Puvis de Chavannes," Art Journal, LX (December 1898), 377-378.
"Random Impressions from an Autbor's Note-Book," Scottish Art Review, I (January 1889), 237-240.
"Reminiscences of the Marble Quarries of Carrara," Good Words, XXXI (August 1890), 617-624.
Romantic Ballads and Poems of Phantasy. London: Walter Scott, 1888.
Selected Writings of William Sharp. 5 vols. London: Heinemann, 1912.
"The Sicilian Highlands," Atlantic Monthly, XCIII (April 1904), 471-478.
Silence Farm. London: Grant Richards, 1899.
"Sir Edward Burne-Jones," Atlantic Monthly, LXXXII (September 1898), 375-383.
"Some Personal Reminiscences of Walter Pater," Atlantic Monthly, XXIV (December 1894), 801-814.
"Some Reminiscences of Christina Rossetti," Atlantic Monthly, LXXV (June 1895), 736-749.
The Songs and Sonnets of Shakespeare (ed.). Canterbury Series. London: Walter Scott, 1885.
"The Sonnet in America," National Review, LXXIV (April 1889), 199-201.
The Sonnets of This Century (ed.). Canterbury Series. London: Walter Scott, 1886.
Sospiri di Roma. Rome: Società Laziale, 1891.
The Sport of Chance. 3 vols. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1888.
"Thomas Hardy and His Novels," Forum, XXVI (July 1892), 583-593.
Vistas. Green Tree Series. Chicago: Stone and Kimball, 1894.
"William Morris: The Man and His Work," Atlantic Monthly, LXXVIII (December 1896), 775-790.
Wives in Exile: A Comedy in Romance. London: Grant Richards, 1898.
The Divine Adventure; Iona; By Sundown Shores. London: Chapman, 1900.
The Dominion of Dreams. London: Constable, 1899.
"A Field for Modern Verse," Dome, n.s. IV (March 1899), 207-210.
From the Hills of Dream, 2nd ed. rev. Edinburgh: Patrick Geddes, 1896.
From the Hills of Dream, Threnodics, Songs, and Later Poems. London: Heinemann, 1901.
Green Fire. New York: Harper's, 1896.
"The Irish Muse: I-II," North American Review, CLY.XIX (November-December 1904), 685-697, 900-912.
"The King's Ring," Pall Mall Magazine, XXXI (May-June 1904), 36-48, 222-243.
The Laughter of Peterkin. London: Constable, 1895.
The Mountain Lovers. Keynote Series. London: John Lane, 1895.
Pharais. Derbyshire: Frank Murray, 1894.
The Sin-Eater and Other Tales. Edinburgh: Patrick Geddes, 1895.
The Washer of the Ford. Edinburgh: Patrick Geddes, 1895.
The Winged Destiny: Studies in the Spiritual History of the Gael. London: Chapman and Hall, 1904.
The Works of Fiona Macleod. 7 vols. London: Heinemann, 1910-1912.
Ausubel, Herman. In Hard Times: Reformers among the late Victorians. New York:
Columbia University Press, 1960.
Babbitt, Irving. Rousseau and Romanticism. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1919.
Baudelaire, Charles, L'Art Romantique. Paris: Garnier, 1931.
---- OeLivres completes de Charles Baudelaire, ed. Jacques Crepet. Paris: Conard, 1923.
Benedetti, Anna. George Meredith, poeta; Fiona Macleod (William Sharp); studi letterari
con I'aggiunta di alcune versioni dall'inglese. Palermo: Trimarchi, 1913.
Bentley, Phyllis. The English Regional Novel. London: G. Allen and Unwin, 1941.
Branford, Victor. "Old Edinburgh and the Evergreen," Bookman, IX (December 1895), 88-90.
Buckle, Henry Thomas. Essays. New York: Appleton, 1864.
Burton, Richard. "Maeterlinck: Impressionist," Atlantic Monthly, LXXIV (October 1894), 673-680.
Caird, Mona. The Morality of Marriage and Other Essays on the Status and Destiny of Women. London: G. Redway, 1897.
Carpenter, Edward. The Art of Creation. London: G. Allen, 1904.
---- Intermediary Types among Primitive Folk: A Study in Social Evolution, 2nd ed. London: G. Allen and Unwin, 1919.
---- Never Again! A Protest and a Warning Addressed to the Peoples of Europe. London: G. Allen and Unwin, 1916.
Chew, Samuel C. "The Nineteenth Century and After," in A Literary History of England, ed. Albert C. Baugh (New York: Appleton-Century Crofts, 1948).
Clifford, William Kingdon. Cosmic Emotion; also [Virchow on] the Teaching of Science. Humboldt Library of Science Series. New York: Humboldt, 1888.
Conrad, Joseph. Prefaces. London: J. M. Dent, 1937.
Dickens, Charles. Pictures from Italy. London: Bradbury and Evans, 1846.
"Dual Personality in the Case of William Sharp," Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, X (April 1911), 57-63.
"The Effects of Civilization upon Women," National Review, IX (March 1887), 26-38.
Eliot, George. Daniel Deronda. 2 vols. New York: Doubleday, Page, 1901.
Ellis, Havelock. "The Changing Status of Women," Westminster Review, CXXVIII (October 1887), 818-828.
---- The New Spirit. London: Scott, n.d.
Ellmann, Richard. The Identity of Yeats. New York: Oxford University Press, 1954.
Fiechter, Sophia Charlotte. von William Sharp zu Fiona Macleod. Tubingen: Gulde, 1936.
Forster, E. M. Howards End. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1945.
---- A Passage to India. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1952.
Gaster, Theodore H. "England," in Universal Jewish Encyclopedia (New York: Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, Inc., 1941), IV, 110-130.
Geddes, Patrick, and J. Arthur Thompson. The Evolution of Sex. London: Walter Scott, 1890.
Gide, André. Si le grain ne meurt. Paris: Librairie Gallimard, 1928.
Goddard, Ethel. "The Winged Destiny and Fiona Macleod," Fortnightly Review, LXXVIII (December 1904), 1036-1044.
Greenacre, Phyllis, M.D. "Discussions and Comments on the Psychology of Creativity," Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, I (January 1962), 129-137.
"Experiences of Awe in Childhood," The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, XI (1956), 9-30.
"The Relation of the Impostor to the Artist," The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, XIII (1958), 521-528.
Handlin, Oscar, and John Burcbard, eds. The Historian and the City. Cambridge, Mass.: M.I.T. Press and the Harvard University Press, 1963.
Hay, William Delisle. The Doom of the Great City; being the narrative of a survivor written A.D. 1942. London: Newman, 1880.
Hearn, Lafcadio. The Writings of Lafcadio Hearn. 9 vols. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1923.
Heine, Heinrich. Werke und Briefe. 8 vols. Berlin: Aufbau-Verlag, 1961.
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. The Writings of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, vol. XIV:
Woman and the Alphabet. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1900.
Hoarc, Dorothy M. The Works of Morris and Yeats in Relation to Early Saga Literature. Cambridge, Eng.: At the University Press, 1937.
Janvier, Catherine A. "Fiona Macleod and Her Creator," North American Review, CLXXXIV (April 1907), 718-732.
King, Georgiana Goddard. "Fiona Macleod," Modern Language Notes, XXXIII (June 1918), 352-356.
Lawrence, D. H. Studies in Classic American Literature. New York: Viking Press, 1961.
Lefwich, Joseph. Israel Zangwill. New York: Thomas Yoseloff, 1957.
Le Gallienne, Richard. "Tle Mystery of Fiona Macleod," Forum, XLV (February 1911), 170-179.
Levi, Carlo. Christ Stopped at Eboli, trans. Frances Frenaye. New York: Farrar, Straus, 1947.
Lewis, Oscar. Hearn and His Biographers: The Record of a Literary Controversy. San Francisco: Westgate Press, 1930.
Lovett, Robert Morss, and Helen Sard Hughes. The History of the Novel in England. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1932.
Magnus, Katie. Jewish Portraits. London: Routledge, 1925.
Marcus, Steven. The Other Victorians: A Study of Sex and Pornography in Mid-Nineteenth-Century England. New York: Basic Books, 1966.
Mill, John Stuart. On Liberty; The Subjection of Women. New York: Holt, 1873.
More, Paul Elmer. The Drift of Romanticism. Shelburne Essays, Eighth Series. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1913.
Rea, Lilian. "Fiona Macleod," The Critic, XLVIII (May 1906), 460-463.
Read, Herbert. The Green Child. London: Grey Walls Press, 1945.
Reclus, Elic. Primitive Folk: A Study in Comparative Ethnology. Contemporary Science Series, ed. Havelock Ellis. London: Walter Scott, 1896.
Reichenkron, Gûnter, and Erich Haase, cds. Formen der Selbstdarstellung. Berlin:Duncker and Humboldt, 1956.
Restif de la Bretonne. Monsieur Nicolas, ed. Havelock Ellis. London: John Rodker, 1930.
Rhys, Ernest. Everyman Remembers. London: J. M. Dent, 1931.
---- "The New Mysticism," Fortnightly Review, LXXIII (June 1900), 1045-1056.
---- "Proteus," Century, LXXVI (August 1908), 508.
---- "William Sharp and Fiona Macleod," Century, LYXIV (May 1907), 111-117.
Rinder, Frank. "William Sharp-'Fiona Macleod': A Tribute," LVIII (February 1906), 44-45.
Rolt-Wheeler, Etliel. "William Sharp and Fiona Macleod," Fortnightly Review, CXII (November 1919), 780-790.
Rosenberg, John D. The Darkening Glass: A Portrait of Ruskin's Genius. New York and London: Columbia University Press, 1961.
Rousseau, Jean-Jacqucs. Emile, trans. Barbara Foxley. London: J. M. Dent, 1963.
Rudmose-Brown, Thomas B. "L'Idée celtique dans l'oeuvre de Fiona Macleod,"
Mercure de France, January 1906 , pp. - 9.
Schreiner, Olive. The Story of an African Farm. London: Chapman, Hall, pp. 161-169 1892.
---- Woman and Labor. New York: Stokes, 1911.
Sharp, Elizabeth A.., ed. Lyra Celtica. Introduction and notes by William Sharp. Edinburgh: John Grant, 1896.
---- William Sharp (Fiona Macleod): A Memoir. 1st ed. London: Heinemann, 1910. 2nd ed. 2 vols. London: Heinemann, 1912.
Symonds, John Addington. Essays Speculative and Suggestive. London: Smith Elder, 1907.
Temple, Ruth Z. The Critic's Alchemy: A Study of the Introduction of French Symbolism into England. New York: Twayne, 1953.
Texte, Joseph. Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the Cosmopolitan Spirit in Literature, trans. J. W. Matthews. New York: Stechert, 1929.
Tynan, Katherine. "William Sharp and Fiona Macleod," Fortnightly Review, LXXVI (March 1906), 570-579.
Unamuno, Miguel de. Three Exemplary Novels, trans. Angel Flores. New York: Grove Press, 1956.
Waugh, Arthur. "Fiona Macleod: A Forgotten Mystery," Spectator, August 14, 1936, p. 277.
Wells, H. G. Experiment in Autobiography. New York: Macmillan, 1934.
Woodward, E. L. The Age of Reform, 1815-1870. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Clarendon Press, 1938.
Yu, Beong-cheon. An Ape of Gods: The Art and Thought of Lafcadio Hearn. Detroit: Wayne University Press, 1964.
Zangwill, Israel. The Melting Pot. New York: Macmillan, 1910.
---- Without Prejudice. New York: Century, 1896.