Author:Katharine Tynan Hinkson

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Katherine Tynan Hinkson
(1861–1931)
Prolific Irish-born writer, known mainly for her novels and poetry. Married writer and barrister Henry Albert Hinkson.
Katherine Tynan Hinkson

Works[edit]

  • A nun, her friends and her order (1891)
  • A cluster of nuts, being sketches among my own people (1894)
  • The land of mist and mountain (1895)
  • The way of a maid (1895)
  • Three fair maids, or the Burkes of Derrymore (c.1895) later Illustrated by G. Demain Hammond
  • An isle in the water (1896)
  • The golden lily (1899)
  • The Dear Irish Girl (1899)
  • Oh, What a plague is Love! (1900)
  • Her Father's Daughter (1900)
  • A Daughter of the Fields (1901)
  • A Girl of Galway (1902)
  • A King's Woman (1902)
  • Love of Sisters (1902)
  • The Great Captain: A Story of the Days of Sir Walter Raleigh (1902)
  • The Handsome Quaker, and other Stories (1902)
  • The Adventures of Carlo (1903) illustrated by E. A. Cubitt
  • A Red, Red Rose (1903)
  • The Luck of the Fairfaxes (1904)
  • A Daughter of Kings (1905)
  • For the White Rose (1905)
  • A Little Book for Mary Gill's Friends (1905)
  • The Story of Bawn (1906)
  • The Yellow Domino (1906)
  • Book of Memory (1906)
  • Dick Pentreath (1906)
  • Father Mathew (1908) biography of Theobald Mathew
  • A Union of Hearts (1908)
  • The House of the Crickets (1908)
  • Ireland (1909)
  • A Little Book for John O'Mahony's Friends (1909)
  • The Book Of Flowers (1909) with Frances Maitland
  • Mary Gray(1909)
  • Princess Katharine (1911)
  • The Story of Cecelia (1911)
  • Heart O' Gold or the Little Princess (1912)
  • Twenty-five Years: Reminiscences (1913)
  • A Mesalliance (1913)
  • The Daughter of the Manor (1914) illustrated by John Campbell
  • A Shameful Inheritance (1914)
  • Mary Beaudesert, V. S. (1915)
  • The Curse of Castle Eagle (1915)
  • The House of the Foxes (1915) novel
  • A little radiant girl (1915)
  • Lord Edward: A Study in Romance (1916)
  • The Middle Years (1916)
  • Margery Dawe (1916) illustrated by Frank E. Wiles
  • The sad years (1918) tribute to Dora Sigerson
  • The Years of the Shadow (1919)
  • The Honourable Molly (1919)
  • Denys the Dreamer (1920)
  • The Handsome Brandons (1921) Illustrated by G. D. Hammond
  • The Wandering Years (1922)
  • White Ladies (1922)
  • A Mad Marriage (1922) novel
  • Memories (1924)
  • The Man from Australia (1925)
  • The Briar Bush Maid (1926)
  • The Wild Adventure (1927)
  • The Face in the Picture (1927)
  • Haroun of London (1927)
  • Pat, the Adventurer (1928)
  • Bitha's Wonderful Year (1928)
  • The Respectable Lady (1928)
  • The Rich Man (1929)
  • The River (1929)
  • Castle Perilous (1929)
  • The Squire's Sweetheart (1930)
  • Denise the Daughter (1930)
  • The Admirable Simmons (1930)
  • The Forbidden Way (1931)
  • Philippa's Lover (1931)
  • A Lonely Maid (1931)
  • The Story of Our Lord (1932)
  • The Other Man (1932)
  • An International Marriage (1933)
  • Londonderry Air (1935)

Poetry[edit]

  • Louise de la Vallière and other poems (1885)
  • Shamrocks (1887)
  • Ballads and lyrics (1891)
  • Irish love-songs (1892)
  • Cuckoo songs (1894)
  • Miracle plays, our Lord's coming and childhood (1895)
  • The wind in the trees (1898)
  • Poems (1901)
  • Innocencies (1905)
  • The Rhymed Life of St Patrick (1907) Illustrated by Lyndsay Symington
  • Twenty-One poems, selected by William Butler Yeats (Dun Emer Press, 1907)
  • A Little Book of XXIV Carols (1907)
  • Experiences (1908)
  • Lauds (1909)
  • New Poems (1911)
  • Irish Poems (1913)
  • The Flower of Peace (1914)
  • Flower of youth, poems in war time (1915)
  • The holy war (1916) (External scan)
  • Late Songs (1917) (External scan)
  • Herb O'Grace (1918)
  • Evensong (1922)
  • Twilight Songs (1927)
  • Collected Poems (1930)
  • The Poems of Katharine Tynan (1963) edited by Monk Gibbon

Anthologised

As editor[edit]

  • The Cabinet of Irish Literature. (4 volumes) (1906) editor, expansion of work by Charles Read
  • The Wild Harp (1913) poetry anthology, editor, illustrated by C. M. Watts


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.


The author died in 1931, 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 80 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.