Author:Eugène Sue

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Joseph Marie Eugène Sue

French novelist; established the genre of the serial novel with his very popular and widely imitated Les Mystères de Paris (The Mysteries of Paris) which was published in a newspaper from 1842 to 1843

Joseph Marie Eugène Sue


  • The Mysteries of Paris, translated by Charles H. Town; New York: Harper (1843) (external scan)
  • The Wandering Jew; London: Chapman & Hall (1844) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2, 3)
  • Paula Monti; or, The Hôtel Lambert, translated by Charles H. Town; London: Chapman & Hall (1845) (external scan)
  • De Rohan; or, The Court Conspirator: An Historical Romance; London: H. Colburn (1845) (external scan)
  • The Orphan; or, Memoirs of Matilda, translated by D.G. Osborne; London: T.C. Newby (1846) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • Matilda, or, The Misfortunes of Virtue, translated by Charles Rochford; London: C. Daly (185?) (external scan)
  • The Mysteries of Paris, new translation; New York: Routledge and Sons (1873) (external scan)
  • A Cardinal Sin, translated by Alexina Loranger; Chicago: W. B. Conkey (1893) (external scan)
  • A Romance of the West Indies, translated by Marian Longfellow; London & New York : F. Tennyson Neely (1898) (external scan)
  • Arthur; and, Indolence, One of the Cardinal Sins; Boston: Dana Estes (1899) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)

The Mysteries of the People

  • The Rival Races; or, The Sons of Joel: A Legendary Romance, an abridged translation of the entire series; London: Trübner & Co. (1863) (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2, 3)
  • Translated by Daniel De Leon; New York: New York Labor News Co. (1904-1911)
  1. The Gold Sickle; or, Hena, the Virgin of the Isle of Sen: A Tale of Druid Gaul (external scan)
  2. The Brass Bell; or, The Chariot of Death: a Tale of Caesar's Gallic Invasion (external scan)
  3. The Iron Collar; or, Faustina and Syomara: A Tale of Slavery under the Romans (external scan)
  4. The Silver Cross; or, The Carpenter of Nazareth: A Tale of Jerusalem (external scan)
  5. The Casque's Lark; or, Victoria, the Mother of the Camps: A Tale of the Frankish Invasion of Gaul (external scan)
  6. The Poniard's Hilt; or, Karadeucq and Ronan: A Tale of Bagauders and Vagres (external scan)
  7. The Branding Needle; or, The Monastery of Charolles: A Tale of the First Communal Charter (external scan)
  8. The Abbatial Crosier; or, Bonaik and Septimine: A Tale of a Medieval Abbess (external scan)
  9. The Carlovingian Coins; or, The Daughters of Charlemagne: A Tale of the Ninth Century (external scan)
  10. The Iron Arrow Head; or, The Buckler Maiden: A Tale of the Northman Invasion (external scan)
  11. The Infant's Skull; or, The End of the World: A Tale of the Millennium (external scan)
  12. The Pilgrim’s Shell; or, Fergan the Quarryman: A Tale from the Feudal Times (external scan)
  13. The Iron Pincers; or, Mylio and Karvel: A Tale of the Albigensian Crusades (external scan)
  14. The Iron Trevet; or, Jocelyn the Champion: A Tale of the Jacquerie (external scan)
  15. The Executioner's Knife; or, Joan of Arc: A Tale of the Inquisition (external scan)
  16. The Pocket Bible; or, Christian the Printer: A Tale of the Sixteenth Century (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  17. The Blacksmith's Hammer; or, The Peasant Code: A Tale of the Grand Monarch (external scan)
  18. The Sword of Honor; or, The Foundation of the French Republic: A Tale of the French Revolution (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  19. The Galley Slave's Ring; or, The Family of Lebrenn: A Tale of the French Revolution of 1848 (external scan)

Some or all works by this author were published before January 1, 1929, and 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.

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