Author:Horatio Gilbert George Parker

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Horatio Gilbert George Parker
1st Baronet; Canadian novelist and British politician, more commonly called Gilbert Parker; best remembered for his work The Lane that Had No Turning (1900), a collection of short stories, considered by some as being in the tradition of such Gothic classics as Stoker's Dracula and James's The Turn of the Screw
Horatio Gilbert George Parker


  • The Seats of the Mighty: being the memoirs of Captain Robert Moray, 1896
  • Pierre and His People, 1893
  • Mrs. Falchion: a novel, 1893
  • When Valmond Came to Pontiac, 1895
  • The Trail of the Sword. 1800
  • A Romany of the Snows,1896
  • The Battle of the Strong, 1898
  • The Trespasser, 1893
  • The World for Sale, 1916
  • The Judgment House, 1913
  • Donovan Pasha and Some people of Egypt, 1800
  • The Weavers: a tale of England and Egypt of fifty years ago, 1907
  • You Never Know Your Luck: being the story of a matrimonial deserter, 1914
  • The Right of Way: being the story of Charley Steele and another, 1901
  • The pomp of the Lavilettes, 1896
  • The Money Master: being the curious history of Jean Jacques Barbille, his labours, his loves and his ladies, 1915
  • Northern Lights, 1909
  • The Translation of a Savage, 1893
  • Carnac's Folly 14, 1922
  • Wild Youth, 1919
  • The March of the White Guard, 1901
  • A Lover's Diary, 1894
  • A Ladder of Swords: a tale of love, laughter and tears, 1904
  • The Chief Factor: a tale of the Hudson's Bay Company, being the history of Master Andrew Venlaw, chief factor, Mistress Jean Fordie, and others, 1892
  • An adventurer of the North: being a continuation of the histories of "Pierre and his people," and the latest existing records of Pretty Pierre,1895
  • The World in the Crucible: an account of the origins & conduct of the great war, 1915
  • The Promised Land: a story of David in Israel, 1920
  • Tarboe Tarboe: the story of a life, 1927
  • Old Quebec: the fortress of New France, 1903
  • No Defence, 1920
  • * Michel and Angèle: A Ladder of Swords, 1904 (first published as a 2-part serial in Harper's Magazine, 1900)
  • The Hill of Pains, 1899
  • The Right of Way: Being the Story of Charley Steele and Another
  • The Going of the White Swan, 1912
  • Round the Compass in Australia, 1892
  • Wild Youth, Vol I, 2005
  • Wild Youth, Vol II, 2005(?)
  • Gilbert Parker and Herbert Beerbohm Tree Stage The Seats of the Mighty, 1986
  • The Weavers: A Tale Of England And Egypt Of Fifty Years Ago, 1913
  • Two years of War: interview with the Associated Press of the United States of America, 1916
  • Cumner's Son: and Other South Sea Folk, 1910
  • What is the Matter With England?: Criticism and a reply, 1915
  • The Patrol of the Cypress Hills, 1893
  • Carnac, 1922
  • Wild youth and another, 1919
  • Born with a Golden Spoon, 1899
  • Femme, ou sabre (The trail of the sword), 1898
  • The Judgement House, 1913
  • The Liar, 1899
  • The United States and This War, 1915
  • Is England Apathetic?, 1915
  • Michel and Angèle; John Enderby; There is sorrow on the sea, 1913
  • The pomp of the Lavitettes, 1897

Individual short stories[edit]

Also see: The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker

Works about Gilbert[edit]

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1925.

The author died in 1932, 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.