Author:John Buchan

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John Buchan
Scottish novelist, historian and Unionist politician who served as Governor General of Canada. His works include novels, short story collections, and biographies of Sir Walter Scott, Caesar Augustus, and Oliver Cromwell. He was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for his biography of the Marquess of Montrose, but is best remembered for his spy thrillers.
John Buchan


(Partial list)

Richard Hannay series[edit]

Dickson McCunn and the 'Gorbals Die-hards'[edit]

Sir Edward Leithen[edit]

  • The Power-House (1916) (External scan)
  • John Macnab (1925)
  • The Dancing Floor (1926)
  • The Gap in the Curtain (1932)
  • Sick Heart River (1941)


Short stories and poems[edit]

  • the Piligrim Fathers (1898) (External scan)
  • The Moon Endureth
  • The Watcher by the Threshold (1902) (External scan)
  • Twelve Short Stories
  • The Runagates Club (1928)
  • The Far Islands
  • the Piligrim Fathers (1898) poetry

Non Fiction[edit]

  • Scholar Gispies (1896)
  • Sir Walter Raleigh (1897) (External scan)
  • Brasenose College (1898) (External scan)
  • The African Colony (1903)
  • The Battle of Jutland (1916)
  • Francis and Riversdale Grenfell, a memoir (1920) (External scan)
  • Nelson's History of the War (1915-1919) Later published as A History of the War (1915-1919)
  • The Long road to Victory (1920) (External scan)
  • Editor: A History of English Literature (1923) (External scan)
  • Lord Minto, A Memoir (1924)
  • Montrose : A History (1928)
  • Memory Hold-the-door [Pilgrim's Way] (Autobiography) (1940)
  • Sir Walter Scott
  • A Book of Escapes And Hurried Journeys
  • The King's Grace (Biography)
  • The Law and the Constitution,” in The Empire and the century (pp. 37−51), London: John Murray (1905)


Works about Buchan[edit]

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.

The author died in 1940, 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 75 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.