Patrick Branwell Brontë Principal Works - Essay

Principal Works

(Nineteenth-Century Literary Criticism)

Brontë Poems: Selections from the Poetry of Charlotte, Emily, Anne, and Branwell Brontë (poetry) 1915

The Orphans, and Other Poems [with Charlotte and Emily Brontë] (poetry) 1917

The Odes of Horace. First Book [translator] (poetry) 1923

*And the Weary Are at Rest (prose fragment) 1924

The Poems of Charlotte Brontë and Patrick Branwell Brontë [with Charlotte Brontë] (poetry) 1934

The Miscellaneous and Unpublished Writings of Charlotte and Patrick Branwell Brontë [with Charlotte Brontë] 2 vols. (prose narratives and poetry) 1936, 1938

The Poems of Patrick Branwell Brontë: A New Annotated and Enlarged Edition of the Shakespeare Head Brontë (poetry) 1983

Brother in the Shadow: Stories and Sketches by Branwell Brontë (stories and sketches) 1988

The Poems of Patrick Branwell Brontë: A New Text and Commentary (poetry) 1990

The Hand of the Arch-Sinner: Two Angrian Chronicles of Branwell Brontë (fictional chronicles) 1993

The Works of Patrick Branwell Brontë: An Edition 2 vols. (poetry and prose) 1997,1999

*Several examples of Branwell's poetry appeared as early as 1886 in Francis A. Leyland's two-volume biography The Brontë Family, with Special Reference to Patrick Branwell Brontë.

And the Weary Are at Rest was written c. 1845. The text was privately printed in 1924 in an edition of fifty copies.

‡Both The Poems of Charlotte Brontë and Patrick Branwell Brontë and The Miscellaneous and Unpublished Writings of Charlotte and Patrick Branwell Brontë are part of the nineteen-volume Shakespeare Head Brontë.

§The Hand of the Arch-Sinner contains both The Life of … Northangerland (written in 1835) and Real Life in Verdopolis (written in 1833).