Author:William Gorman Wills

William Gorman Wills
(1828–1891)
Irish dramatist, son of James Wills
William Gorman Wills

WorksEdit

NovelsEdit

  • Old Times (1857)

PlaysEdit

Of the following, only ‘Charles I’ and ‘Faust’ were issued in printed form.

  • A Man and his Shadow (1865)
  • Man o'Airlie (1867)
  • Hinko, or the Headsman's Daughter (1871)
  • Broken Spells (1872)
  • Medea in Corinth (1872)
  • Charles I. (1872)
  • Eugene Aram (1873)
  • Marie Stuart (1874)
  • Olivia (1873)
  • Sappho (1875)
  • Buckingham (1875)
  • Jane Shore (1876)
  • England in the Days of Charles II (1877)
  • Nell Gwynne (1878)
  • Vanderdecken (1878)
  • Ellen (1879)
  • Bolivar (1879)
  • Ninon (1880)
  • Forced from Home (1880)
  • Iolanthe (1880)
  • William and Susan (1880)
  • Juana (1881)
  • Sedgmoor (1881)
  • Jane Eyre (1882)
  • Claudian (1883)
  • Gringoire (1885)
  • Faust (1885)
  • A Royal Divorce (1891)
  • Don Quixote (1895)

PeriodicalsEdit

  • The Wife's Evidence (1864)
  • David Chantrey (1865) for ‘Temple Bar’
  • The Three Watches (1865) for ‘Tinsley's Magazine’
  • The Love that Wills (1867) for ‘Tinsley's Magazine’

PoetryEdit

  • Melchior (1885)

BalladsEdit

  • "I'll sing thee songs of Araby"
  • "The Ballad of Graf Bröm"

Works about WillsEdit


 

Works by this author published before January 1, 1925 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.