Author:Robert Williams Buchanan

Robert Williams Buchanan
(1841–1901)
Scottish poet and novelist
Robert Williams Buchanan

WorksEdit

ProseEdit

  • "Jessie Cameron's Bairn" in Once a Week, Series 1, 5 (1861)
  • David Gray and other Essays (1868)
  • The Land of Lome, vivid sketches of a yachting tour to the Hebrides (1871)
  • The Fleshly School of Poetry and other Phenomena of the Day (1872) (external scan)
  • In Memoriam, R. S. Candlish, Died October 19, 1873: Sermons, Preached in Free St. George's, Edinburgh, on Sabbath, November 2, 1873 (1873) (external scan)
  • Master Spirits (1874)
  • A Look round Literature (1887)
  • The Coming Terror and other Essays (1891)

NovelsEdit

  • The Shadow of the Sword (1876) (external scan)
  • God and the Man (1881)
  • A Child of Nature (1881)
  • The Martyrdom of Madeline (1882) (external scan)
  • Love Me for Ever (1883)
  • Annan Water (1883)
  • Foxglove Manor (1885) (external scan)
  • The New Abelard (1884)
  • The Master of the Mine (1885)
  • Matt: A Tale of a Caravan (1885) (external scan)
  • Stormy Waters (1885)
  • That Winter Night (1886)
  • The Heir of Linne (1887)
  • The Moment After (1890)
  • Come Live with Me and be My Love (1891)
  • Woman and the Man (1893)
  • Lady Kilpatrick (1895)
  • The Charlatan (1895)
  • Diana's Hunting (1895) (external scan)
  • Marriage by Capture (1896)
  • Effie Hetherington (1896)
  • The Rev. Annabel Lee (1898)
  • Father Anthony (1898)
  • Andromeda (1900}

PoetryEdit

PlaysEdit

  • A Nine Days' Queen (1880)
  • The Shadow of the Sword (1881)
  • Stormbeaten (1883)
  • Lady Clare (1883), a version of 'Le Maitre de Forges.' by Georges Ohnet
  • Alone in London (1884), co-authored by Harriett Jay
  • Sophia (1886), based "Tom Jones" by Henry Fielding
  • Joseph's Sweetheart (1888), based on "Joseph Andrews" by Henry Fielding
  • A Man's Shadow (1889), an adaptation of "Roger La Honte"
  • The English Rose
  • The Trumpet Call
  • The White Rose
  • The Lights of Home
  • The Black Domino
  • Clarissa Harlowe (1890)
  • Miss Tomboy (1890), adapted from "Relapse" by John Vanbrugh
  • The Bride of Love (1890)
  • Sweet Nancy (1890), a dramatic version of Miss Rhoda Broughton's novel 'Nancy.
  • The Sixth Commandment (1890), based on "Crime and Punishment" by Fyodore Dostoievski
  • The Charlatan (1894)
  • The Strange Adventures of Miss Brown (1895)
  • Two Little Maids from School (1898) adapted from "Les Demoiselles de St. Cyr"

Works about BuchananEdit


 

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