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James Hopper
(1876–1956)
French-born American author and early college football player and coach. Many of his works were published in McClure's Magazine.
James Hopper

WorksEdit

Individual short worksEdit

  1. The Judgment of Man [McClure's, Aug 1905]
  2. The Maestro of Balangilang [McClure's, Mar 1905]
  3. Her Reading
  4. The Struggles and Triumph of Isidro de los Maestros [McClure's, Apr 1906]
  5. The Failure [McClure's, Jan 1904]
  6. Some Benevolent Assimilation (McClure's, Sep 1906)
  7. A Jest of the Gods
  8. The Coming of the Maestra [McClure's, Aug 1904]
  9. Caybigan (McClure's, Jul 1906)
  10. The Capture of Papa Gato
  11. The Mañangete
  12. The Past [McClure's, Jun 1904]
  13. The Prerogative
  14. The Confluence [McClure's, Oct 1906]
  15. The Call [McClure's, Dec 1903]

Others

  • "The Judgment of Man" in The Spinners' Book of Fiction (1907; short stories), by Spinners' Club[1] IA : PG (full book)
  • "The Ship in the Bottle" in The World's 50 Best Short Novels. vol. 2 (1929) by Grant M. Overton (Editor-In-Chief)

Short works from magazinesEdit

  • "Ali Baba" in McClure's Magazine, Aug 1907
  • "The Bit of Calico" in McClure's Magazine, Nov 1907
  • "The Black Night" in Harpers Monthly, June 1910
  • "A Boy and a Girl" in Harpers, Sep 1906
  • "The Difference" in Forum Feb 1913
  • "The Great Lottery" in Century Magazine, Dec 1917
  • "Gus" in Century Magazine, in Century Magazine, Nov 1908
  • "The Hate That Saved" in Century Magazine, Mar 1908
  • "Jerrup" in Century Magazine, Aug 1922
  • "A Jumble in Divinities" in McClure's Magazine, Nov & Dec 1904
  • "Passing of the Vet" in McClure's, Nov 1904
  • "The Pessimist Rewarded" in Harpers, Aug 1920
  • "The Reformation of Jack Ketch" in McClure's, Mar 1909


  1. Gertrude Atherton, Mary Austin, Geraldine Bonner, Mary Halleck Foote, Eleanor Gates, James Hopper, Jack London, Bailey Millard, Miriam Michelson, W. C. Morrow, Frank Norris, Henry Milner Rideout, Charles Watten Stoddard, Isobel Strong, Richard Walton Tully and Herman Whitaker
 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1956, 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 60 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.