Author:George Soane

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George Soane

British writer

George Soane


  • Knight Damon and a Robber Chief (1812)
  • The Eve of St. Marco: a Novel (1813)
  • The Peasant of Lucerne (1815)
  • The Frolics of Puck (1834)
  • Life of the Duke of Wellington (1839–40)
  • The Last Ball and other Tales (1843)
  • January Eve: a Tale (1847)
  • New Curiosities of Literature (1847)


  • The Bohemian: a Tragedy (1817)
  • The Falls of Clyde: a Melodrama (1817)
  • The Inn-Keeper's Daughter (1817)
  • Rob Roy, the Gregarach. A romantick drama, in three acts, etc (1818)
  • Self-Sacrifice: a Melodrama (1819)
  • The Dwarf of Naples: a Tragi-comedy (1819)
  • The Hebrew: a Drama (1820)
  • Pride shall have a Fall: a Comedy (1824)
  • Faustus, or the Demon of Drachenfels (1825)
  • Aladdin: a Fairy Opera (1826)
  • The Night Dancers: an Opera (1846)
  • The Island of Calypso: an Operatic Masque (1850)

As translator


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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