Author:Edward Carpenter

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Edward Carpenter
An English socialist poet, anthologist, and an early homosexual activist.
Edward Carpenter


  • Love's Coming of Age, (1896)
  • The Religious Influence of Art, 1870
  • Narcissus and other Poems, 1873 external link
  • Moses: A Drama in Five Acts, 1875 external link
  • Towards Democracy, 1883 external link
  • Desirable Mansions: A Tract, 1883 external link
  • Modern Money Lending, 1885 external link
  • England's Ideal, 1887 external link
  • Chants of Labour, 1888 external link
  • Civilisation, Its Cause and Cure, and Other Essays, 1889 external link
  • Modern science and the science of the future; with an essay on Defence of criminals, 1891 external link
  • From Adam's Peak to Elephanta: Sketches in Ceylon and India 1892 external link
  • Homogenic Love and Its Place in a Free Society, 1894
  • Woman and her place in a free society, 1894 external link
  • Sex Love and Its Place in a Free Society, 1894 external link
  • Marriage in Free Society, 1894 external link
  • Love's Coming of Age, 1896 external link
  • Angels' Wings: A Series of Essays on Art and its Relation to Life, 1898 external link
  • Iolaus: Anthology of Friendship, 1902 external link
  • The Art of Creation, 1904 external link
  • Prisons, Police, and Punishment, 1905 external link
  • Days with Walt Whitman: With Some Notes on His Life and Work, 1906 external link
  • The village and the landlord, 1907 external link
  • British aristocracy and the House of Lords, 1908 external link
  • Sketches from Life in Town and Country, 1908 external link
  • Socialism and agriculture, 1908 external link
  • Francisco Ferrer; his life, work and martyrdom. With others, 1910 external link
  • Non-governmental society, 1911 external link
  • Love's coming of age, 1911 external link
  • The Intermediate Sex: A Study of Some Transitional Types of Men and Women, 1912 external link
  • The Drama of Love and Death: A Study of Human Evolution and Transfiguration, 1912 external link
  • George Merrill, A True History, 1913
  • Towards democracy. 1912 external link
  • Intermediate Types Among Primitive Folk: A Study in Social Evolution, 1914 external link
  • The Healing of Nations, 1915 external link
  • My Days and Dreams, Being Autobiographical Notes, 1916 external link
  • Never Again!, 1916
  • Towards Industrial Freedom, 1917 external link
  • Pagan and Christian creeds, 1920 external link
  • The story of Eros and Psyche, 1923 external link
  • Some Friends of Walt Whitman: A Study in Sex-Psychology, 1924
  • The Psychology of the Poet Shelley, 1925

Works about Carpenter[edit]

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 1929, 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.