- 1914 & other Poems (1915). London: Sidgwick & Jackson.
- The Collected poems of Rupert Brooke (1915), with an introduction by George Edward Woodberry and biographical note by Margaret Lavington. London: Sidgwick & Jackson.
- The Collected Poems of Rupert Brooke: With a Memoir (1918). Contains a memoir by executor and friend Edward Marsh and poems, fragments and notes not included in the 1915 edition. London: Sidgwick and Jackson, Ltd.
- In The Muse in Arms (1917):
- In A treasury of war poetry, ... 1914-1919 (1917):
- In The Year's at the Spring (1920):
- In The Book of the Homeless (1916):
- "The Dance" p. 4.
- In Armistice Day (1927):
Audio files Edit
- "Puritanism in the Early English Drama" (1910, a Harness Prize essay; full title in 1918 Memoir by Edward Marsh given as 'Puritanism as represented or referred to in the early English drama up to 1642.')
- The Authorship of the Latter Apius and Virginia (1913)
- "John Webster and the Elizabethan Drama" (1916, fellowship thesis)
- Letters from America (1916)
Works about BrookeEdit
- "The Going", a poem by Wilfrid Wilson Gibson
- "Evening Clouds", a poem by Francis Ledwidge
- "In Memory of Rupert Brooke", a poem by Joyce Kilmer from Main Street and other poems (1917)
- From A Treasury of War Poetry, ... 1914-1919 (1917):
- "Rupert Brooke" from Some soldier poets (1920) by Thomas Sturge Moore.
- Biographical note in For remembrance: soldier poets who have fallen in the war (1920) by A. St. John Adcock.
- "Rupert Brooke", Preface to Letters from America (1916) by Henry James.
- "Rupert Brooke", an essay by Dixon Scott from Men of Letters (1916)
- "Rupert Brooke and the Intellectual Imagination", a lecture by Walter de la Mare (1919)
- Red Wine of Youth: A Life of Rupert Brooke, (1921) by Arthur Stringer