Author:Arthur Hornblow

Arthur Hornblow
American playwright and novelist, English born, who edited Theatre Magazine in New York. City. (Not to be confused with his son, Arthur Hornblow, Jr. , a producer)


  • The Triumph of Death (1898) IA
  • The Lion and The Mouse: A Story Of American Life, (1906) by Charles Klein (novelization of the play by Hornblow) Project Gutenberg : IA
  • The Profligate (1908)
  • The Third Degree, a Narrative of Metropolitan Life (1909)
  • By Right of Conquest (1909) Project Gutenberg : IA
  • John Marsh's Millions, (1910) with Charles Klein Project Gutenberg : IA
  • The Easiest Way: A Story of Metropolitan Life (1911) with Eugene Walter Project Gutenberg
  • The Gamblers: a story of to-day (1911) IA
  • Kindling (1912) by Charles Kenyon (based on the play by Hornblow)
  • Bought and Paid For: a story of to-day (1912) hathitrust : IA
  • The Mask (1913) Project Gutenberg : IA
  • The Argyle case (1913) IA
  • The Money Makers: A Story of Today (1914)
  • The Watch Dog; a story of today (1915)


  • Training for the Stage: some hints for those about to choose the player's career (1916) IA
  • A History of the Theatre in America V1: From Its Beginnings to the Present Time (1919) IA

As translatorEdit

  • The Demi-Virgins (1895) by Marcel Prévost (transl.) IA
  • Letters of women, (1897), by Marcel Prévost hathitrust
  • The Private Life of the sultan of Turkey, by Georges Dorys IA
  • The Intruder (1906, translation), by Gabriele D'Annunzio IA

As EditorEdit

  • The Theatre (magazine): Illustrated Monthly Magazine of Dramatic and Musical Art


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1925.

The author died in 1924, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.