Richard Hengist Horne Principal Works - Essay

Principal Works

(Nineteenth-Century Literary Criticism)

The Exposition of the False Medium and Barriers Excluding Men of Genius from the Public [anonymous] (criticism) 1833

Spirit of Peers and People: A National Tragi-Comedy (play) 1834

Cosmo de Medici: An Historical Tragedy (play) 1837

The Death of Marlowe: A Tragedy in One Act (play) 1837

The Life of Van Amburgh the Brute Tamer, with Anecdotes of His Extraordinary Pupils [as Ephraim Watts] (satire) 1838

Gregory VII: A Tragedy in One Act (play) 1840

The History of Napoleon 2 vols. (history) 1841

The Poems of Geoffrey Chaucer, Modernised [editor] (poetry) 1841

Orion: An Epic Poem in Three Books (poetry) 1843

A New Spirit of the Age 2 vols. (biography and criticism) 1844

Ballad Romances (poetry) 1846

The Good-Natured Bear: A Story for Children of All Ages (juvenilia) 1846

The Ill-Used Giant, Being a New and True Version of “Jack and the Beanstalk” (juvenilia) 1846

Memoirs of a London Doll, Written by Herself [as Mrs. Fairstar] (juvenilia) 1846

Judas Iscariot: A Miracle Play (play) 1848

Memoir of the Emperor Napoleon (fiction) 1850

Australian Facts and Prospects, to Which Is Prefixed the Author's Australian Autobiography (nonfiction) 1859

Prometheus, the Fire-Bringer: A Drama in Verse (poetry) 1864

The South-Sea Sisters: A Lyric Masque (poetry) 1866

Galatea Secunda: An Odaic Cantata (poetry) 1867

Psyche Apocalypté: A Lyric Drama [with Elizabeth Barrett Browning] (poetry) 1876

Laura Dibalzo; or, The Patriot Martyrs: A Tragedy (play) 1880