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Edgar Fawcett
(1847–1904)
American novelist, short story writer and poet; remembered for novels, Purple and Fine Linen (1873), and New York (1898), which were satirical studies of New York high society
Edgar Fawcett

Contents

WorksEdit

  • Purple and Fine Linen, 1873 (external scan)
  • New York, 1898 (external scan)
  • Asses' Ears, 1871
  • Short Poems for Short People, 1871
  • Ellen Story, 1876
  • Fantasy and Passion, 1878
  • A False Friend, 1880
  • Our First Families, 1880
  • A Hopeless Case, 1880
  • Sixes and Sevens, 1881
  • Americans Abroad, 1881
  • A Gentleman of Leisure, 1881
  • An Ambitious Woman, 1883
  • Adventures of a Widow, 1884
  • Tinkling Cymbals, 1884
  • Rutherford, 1884
  • Song and Story, 1884
  • The Adventures of a Widow, 1884
  • The Buntling Ball, 1884
  • Social Silhouettes, 1885
  • The New King Arthur, 1885
  • Romance and Revery, 1886
  • The House at High Bridge, 1886
  • The Earl, 1887
  • The House at High Bridge, 1887
  • The Confessions of Claud, 1887
  • Olivia Delaplaine, 1887
  • Divided Lives, 1888
  • Douglas Duane, 1888
  • A Man's Will, 1888
  • Miriam Balestier, 1888
  • A Demoralizing Marriage, 1889
  • The Evil That Men Do, 1889
  • Solarion, 1889
  • Agnosticism and Other Essays, 1889
  • Blooms and Brambles, 1889
  • A Daughter of Silence, 1890
  • Fabian Dimitry, 1890
  • How a Husband Forgave, 1890
  • A New York Family, 1891
  • A Romance of Two Brothers, 1891
  • Songs of Doubt and Dream, 1891
  • Women Must Weep, 1891
  • The Adopted Daughter, 1892
  • American Push, 1892
  • An Heir to Millions, 1892
  • Loaded Dice, 1893
  • The New Nero, 1893
  • Her Fair Fame, 1894
  • A Martyr of Destiny, 1894
  • A Mild Barbarian, 1894
  • Outrageous Fortune, 1894
  • The Ghost of Guy Thyrle, 1895
  • Life's Fitful Fever, 1896
  • A Romance of Old New York, 1897
  • Two Daughters of One Race, 1897
  • The Vulgarians, 1903
  • Voices and Visions, 1903
  • Later Verses, 1903
  • An Innocent Anglomaniac, 1904
  • The Pride of Intellect, 1904

PoemsEdit

Short works from magazinesEdit

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.