Author:Henry De Vere Stacpoole

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Henry De Vere Stacpoole

Irish author; best known for his 1908 romance novel The Blue Lagoon, (1908) which has been adapted to film on at least four occasions. Pen names: H. de Vere Stacpoole, Tyler De Saix


(partial list)

  • The Intended: A Novel (1894)
  • Pierrot! A Story (novel) (1895)
  • The Doctor: A Study from Life (novel) (1899)
  • The Rapin (novel) (1899). Republished as Toto: A Parisian Sketch (1910).
  • The Bourgeois (1901)
  • The Lady-Killer (1902)
  • Fanny Lambert: A Novel (1906) IA
  • The Golden Astrolabe, with by W. A. Bryce (1906).
  • The Meddler: A Novel of Sorts, with W. A. Bryce (1907).
  • The Crimson Azaleas: A Novel (1908) IA
  • Patsy: A Story (novel) (1908) PG : IA
  • The Reavers: A Tale of Wild Adventure on the Moors of Lorne, with W. A. Bryce (1908)
  • The Man Without a Head,(as Tyler De Saix) (1908)
  • The Vulture's Prey, (as Tyler De Saix) (1908)
  • Garryowen: The Romance of a Race-Horse (novel) (1909) IA
  • The Pools of Silence (novel) (1909) IA
  • The Cruise of the King Fisher: A Tale of Deep-Sea Adventure (1910)
  • The Drums of War (1910)
  • Poems and Ballads (collection) (1910) IA
  • The Ship of Coral: A Tropical Romance (1911) IA
  • The Order of Release (1912)
  • The Street of the Flute-Player: A Romance (novel) (1912)
  • Molly Beamish (1913)
  • Bird Cay (1913)
  • The Children of the Sea: A Romance (1913)
  • Father O'Flynn (1914)
  • Poppyland (1914) children's short stories
    • Feyshad (1914)
    • The Little Prince (1914)
    • Pierrette (1900
  • The Story of Abdul and Hafiz (1914)
  • Monsieur de Rochefort: A Romance of Old Paris (1914), published in the US as The Presentation (1914) IA
  • The New Optimism (1914) IA
  • The Blue Horizon: Romance from the Tropics and the Sea (1915)
  • The North Sea and Other Poems (1915)
  • The Pearl Fishers (1915) IA
  • The Red Day (1915)
  • The Reef of Stars: A Romance of the Tropics (1916), published in the US as The Gold Trail (1916) ia
  • Corporal Jacques of the Foreign Legion (1916)
  • François Villon: His Life and Times, 1431-1463 (literary biography) (1916) IA
  • In Blue Waters (1917)
  • Sea Plunder (1917)
  • The Starlit Garden: A Romance of the South (1917), published in the US as The Ghost Girl (1918)
  • The Willow Tree: The Romance of a Japanese Garden (1918)
  • Under Blue Skies (1919)
  • A Man of the Islands (1920)
  • Uncle Simon, with Margaret Stacpoole (1920), published in the US as The Man Who Found Himself (1920) IA
  • Satan: A Story of the Sea King's Country (1921) a.k.a. Satan: a Romance of the Bahamas (1921) IA
  • Men, Women, and Beasts (1922)
  • Vanderdecken: The Story of a Man (1922) IA

The Blue Lagoon trilogy[edit]


Works from magazines[edit]

Works about Stacpoole[edit]

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1927.

The author died in 1951, 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 70 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.