Author:Arthur William à Beckett

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Arthur William à Beckett
(1844–1909)
English journalist and man of letters
Arthur William à Beckett

Works[edit]

  • Comic Guide to the Royal Academy (1863–64, with Gilbert Arthur À Beckett)
    • 1864 version (IA)
  • Fallen Amongst Thieves (1869) (IA) (IA) (IA)
  • The Comic Blackstone (1869) (IA) 1887
  • Our Holiday in the Highlands (1874)
  • The Doom of St. Querec (1875, with Francis Cowley Burnand)
  • The Shadow Witness (1876, with Francis Cowley Burnand)
  • The Ghost of Greystone Grange (1877)
  • The Mystery of Mostyn Manor (1878)
  • Traded Out; Hard Luck; Stone Broke; Papers from Pump Handle Court, by a Briefless Barrister (1884)
  • Modern Arabian Nights (1885)
  • The Fate of Fenella (1892, with 23 other authors)
  • The Member for Wrottenborough (1895)
  • Greenroom Recollections (1896) (IA)
  • The Modern Adam (1899)
  • London at the End of the Century (1900) (IA)
  • John Bull (1903) (IA)
  • The à Becketts of "Punch": Memories of Father and Sons (1903) (IA)
  • Recollections of a Humorist, Grave and Gay (1907) (IA)

Theater[edit]

  • L.S.D. (1872);
  • About Town (1873)
  • On Strike (1873)
  • From Father to Son (1881, with John Palgrave Simpson)
  • Long Ago (1882)
  • Faded Flowers (unknown)

Works about à Beckett[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 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.