Author:Richard Henry Horne

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Richard Henry Horne
English poet and critic; also known as Hengist Horne
Richard Henry Horne


  • Hecatompylos. Athenæum (1828)
  • Exposition of the False Medium and Barriers excluding Men of Genius from the public (1833)
  • The Spirit of Peers and People (1834)
  • The Death of Marlowe (1837)
  • Cosmo de Medici (1837)
  • The Russian Catechism, with Explanatory Notes (1837)
  • Gregory VII, a tragedy (1840)
  • Poems of Geoffrey Chaucer Modernised (1841)
  • The History of Napoleon, 2 vols (1841)
  • Orion (1843)
  • (ed.) A New Spirit of the Age (1844)
  • The Good-natured Bear (1846)
  • Memoirs of a London Doll, written by herself, edited by Mrs. Fairstar (1846)
  • Ballads and Romances (1846)
  • Judas Iscariot, a tragedy in two acts (1848)
  • The Poor Artist (1850)
  • The Dreamer and the Worker 2 vols (1851)
  • Australian Facts and Prospects (1859)
  • Prometheus, the Fire Bringer (1864)
  • The South-Sea Sisters; a lyric masque (1866)
  • The Tragic Story of Emilia Daràna, Marchioness of Albarozzi. Harper's Magazine, (November 1874)
  • The Countess von Labanoff, or the Three Lovers; a Novelette. New Quarterly Magazine, (1877)
  • Laura Dibalzo (1880)
  • King Nihil's Round Table, or the Regicide's Symposium; a Dramatic Scene (1881)
  • Soliloquium Fratris Rogeri Baconis. Fraser's Magazine, (1882)
  • The Last Words of Cleanthes. Longman's Magazine, (1883)
  • Sithron, the Star-Stricken (1883)
  • Ancient Idols, or the Fall of the Gods (unpublished)

Works about Horne[edit]

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