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Books

THE WORKS OF EDWARD CARPENTER·

Based on the bibliography published in My Days and Dreams, 1916, with additions.

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BOOKS

 

 

 

The Religions Influence of Art: being the Burney Prize Essay for 1869. Cambridge, Deighton, Bell & Co., 1870.

 

Narcissus and other Poems. London, Henry S. King & Co., 1873

 

Moses : A Drama in Five Acts. London, E. Moxon, 1875.

THE SAME. Reprinted with alterations and republished as The Promised Land. Sonnenschein, 1910. George Allen & Unwin, 1916.

 

Syllabuses of University Extension Lectures. (Astronomy, Sound, Light, Pioneers of Science, Science and History of Music, &c.) 1874-1881.

 

Towards Democracy (Part I). First edition. John Hey wood, Manchester, 1883.

THE SAME (including Parts I and II). John Heywood, Manchester, 1885.

THE SAME (including Parts I, II, and III). Fisher Unwin, London, 1892.

THE SAME (with new Title-page). The Labour Press, Manchester, 1896.

THE SAME (Part IV only, " Who Shall Command the Heart "). London, Swan Sonnenschein; Manchester, S. Clarke, 1902.

Towards Democracy London and Manchester, Sonnenschein and S. Clarke, 1905.

THE SAME. Complete Library Edition, with two portraits. Same publishers, 1908.

THE SAME, on India paper (pocket edition), without portraits, but with Note at end, 1909.

Later issues the same as the last two. Sixteenth Thousand, 1916.

American Edition : T.D. complete. New York, Mitchell Kennerley, 1912.

 

England's Ideal and Other Papers On Social Subjects. London, Swan Sonnenschein (Social Science Series). First edition, 1887.

THE SAME. Thirteenth Thousand. Published by George Allen and Unwin, London, 1916; New York, Charles Scribner's Sons.

 

Civilization: It's Cause and Cure And other Essays. London, Swan Sonnenschein (Social Science Series). First edition, 1889.

THE SAME. Fourteenth Thousand. London, George Allen & Unwin, 1916 ; New York, Charles Scribner's Sons.

 

Chants of Labour. Edited by Edward Carpenter. With music; and Frontispiece by Walter Crane. First edition. London, Swan Son­nenschein, 1888.

THE SAME. Seventh Thousand. London, George Allen & Unwin, 1916.

 

From Adam Peak to Elephanta: being Sketches in Ceylon andj India. With illustrations. First edition. London, Sonnenschein, 1892; New York, Macmillan Co.

THE SAME. Second edition, enlarged, 1903.

THE SAME. Third edition, revised, 1910.

A Visit to a Gnani : being four chapters from the above, in separate volume, with two photogravure portraits. George Allen £ Co., 1911.

THE SAME. Authorized American edition. Published by A. B. Stockham& Co., Chicago, 1900.

THE SAME. Pirated and mutilated. Published by the Yogi Publication Society, Masonic Temple, Chicago, 1905.

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Love's Coming of Age: a Series of Papers on the Relations of the Sexes. First edition. The Labour Press, Manchester, 1896.

THE SAME. Second edition, 1897.

THE SAME.Third edition. Swan Sonnenschein, London; S. Clarke,Manchester, 1902.

THE SAME. Fifth edition, enlarged, 1906. the same. Fourteenth Thousand. London, George Allen & Unwin, 1916.

THE SAME. Note on Preventive Checks omitted. London, Methuen. Shilling edition, 1914.

THE SAME. American edition. Stockham Publishing Company, Chicago, 1902.

THE SAME. Published by Mitchell Kennerley, New York, 1911.

 

Forecasts of the Coming Century: by Alfred Russel Wallace, Tom Mann, H. Russell Smart, William Morris, H. S. Salt, Enid Stacy, Margaret McMillan, Grant Allen, Bernard Shaw and Edward Carpenter. Edited by E. C., and published by the Labour Press, Manchester, 1897.

 

The Story of Eros and Psyche from Apuleius, and the first book of the Iliad of Homer, done into English by Edward Carpenter. London, Sonnenschein, 1900.

 

Angels' Wings: Essays on Art and its Relation to Life. With nine full-page Plates and Appendix. First edition. London, Sonnenschein, 1898 ; New York, Macmillan Co.

THE SAME. Second edition, 1899.

THE SAME. Third edition, 1908.

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lolaus : an Anthology of Friendship, in old Caslon type, with red initials and side-notes. First edition. London, Sonnenschein, 1902; Boston, U.S.A., Ch. A. Goodspeed.

THE SAME. Author's edition, 1902, bound in white and blue calf; 150 copies only.

THE SAME. Second edition, enlarged. Forty pages added ; black initials and notes. Sonnenschein, 1906.

THE SAME. Third edition. Title changed to Anthology of Friendship (Iolaus). Published by George Allen & Unwin, 1915.

 

The Art of Creation: Essays on the Self and its Powers. First edition. London, George Allen, 1904.
THE SAME. Second edition, enlarged, 1907.
THE SAME. Third edition. George Allen & Unwin, 1916.

 

Prisons, Police and Punishment: an Inquiry into the Causes and Treatment of Crime and Criminals. London, Fifield, 1905.

 

The Simplification of life: being selections from the writings of E. C. by Harry Roberts. Published by Anthony Treherne, London, 1905.

Second edition. George Allen & Unwin, January 1915.

 

Days With Walt Whitman: with some Notes on his Life and Work, and three Portraits. London, George Allen, 1906.

the same. Second edition, 1906.


Sketches from Life in Town and Country: Some Verses, and a Portrait of the Author. London, George Allen, 1908.

 

The Intermediate Sex: a Study of some Transitional Types of Men and Women. First edition. London, Sonnenschein; Manchester, Clarke, 1908.

THE SAME. Second edition, 1909.

THE SAME. Third edition. George Allen & Co., Manchester, S. Clark, 1912.

THE SAME. American edition. Published by Mitchell Kennerley, New York, 1912.

THE SAME. Fourth edition. 1916.

THE SAME. Fifth Edtion. London, Geotge Allen & Unwin, Manchester, Shadwell & Sons, 1918.

THE SAME. Fifth Reprint. 1921

THE SAME. Sixth reprint. 1930

 

The Drama of Love and Death: a Study of Human Evolution and Trans­figuration. London, George Allen & Co., April 1912.

THE SAME. Second edition, August 1912.

THE SAME. American edition. New York, Mitchell Kennerley, 1912.

 

Intermediate Types Among Primitive Folk: a Study in Social Evolution.

London, George Allen, 1914.

THE SAME. American edition. New York, Mitchell Kennerley, 1914.

 

The Healing of Nations: and the Hidden Sources of their Strife. First edition. London, George Allen & Unwin, March 1915. Reprinted April and October 1915.

 

The Story of My Books. London, George Allen & Unwin, March 1916.

 

My Days and Dreams being Autobiographical Notes by Edward Carpenter. With Seventeen Portraits and Illustrations. George Allen & Unwin, May 1916.

 

Towards Industrial Freedom. London, George Allen & Unwin, New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1917

THE SAME. Second Edition, 1918.

THE SAME. Reprint of Second Edition, 1924.

 

Pagan and Christian Creeds: their origin and meaning. London, George Allen & Unwin, 1920.

THE SAME. Second Edtion, 1921.

THE SAME. New York, Harcourt, Brace & Howe, 1920.

 

The Psychology of the Poet Shelley, by Edward Carpenter and George Barnefield. London, George Allen & Unwin, 1925.

THE SAME. New York, E.P. Dutton & Co., 1925.

 

Light From The East: being letters on Gnanam, the divine knowledge, by P. Arunachalam; edited by Edward Carpenter. London, George Allan & Unwin, 1927