Author:William Watson (1858-1935)
For authors with similar names, see Author:William Watson.
- The Prince's Quest and Other Poems (1880)
- Epigrams of Art, Life and Nature (1884)
- Wordsworth’s Grave and Other Poems (1890)
- Poems (1892)
- Lachrymae Musarum (1892)
- Lyric Love: An Anthology (1892)
- Eloping Angels: A Caprice (1893)
- The Poems of William Watson (1893)
- Excursions in Criticism: Being Some Prose Recreations Of A Rhymer (1893)
- Odes and Other Poems (1894)
- The Father of the Forest & Other Poems (1895)
- The Purple East, a series of sonnets on England's desertion of Armenia (1896) (external scan)
- The Year of Shame (1897)
- The Hope of the World and Other Poems (1898)
- The Collected Poems of William Watson (1899)
- Selected Poems (1903)
- For England. Poems Written During Estrangement (1904)
- New Poems (1909)
- Sable and Purple (1910)
- The Heralds of the Dawn: A Play in Eight Scenes (1912)
- The Muse in Exile (1913)
- Pencraft. A Plea For The Older Ways (1916)
- The Man Who Saw: and Other Poems Arising out of the War (1917)
- Retrogression and Other Poems (1917)
- The Superhuman Antagonists and Other Poems (1919)
- "The Frontier" in The Yellow Book, 1 (1894), p. 113
- "Night on Curbar Edge" in The Yellow Book, 1 (1894), p. 113
- "Epigram" in The Yellow Book, 2 (1894), p. 289
- "Hymn to the Sea" in The Yellow Book, 5 (1895), pp. 11–19
- "Ode on the Day of the Coronation of King Edward VII"  (publ. 1902)
- Great and Fair Is She, Our Land, 1910
- Duty, intro poem from Poems of the Great War (1914).
- To the Troubler of the World published in Poems of the Great War (1914).
- "The Battle of the Bight" from A Treasury of War Poetry, ... 1914-1919 (1917).
- "April" Harry Clarke (ill.). The year's at the spring, 1920.
Works about WatsonEdit
- "Watson, William, LL.D.," in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature, by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons (1910)
Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1928.
The longest-living author of these works died in 1935, so these works are in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 87 years or less. These works may 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.