|←Author Index: Ho||Laurence Housman
A. E. Housman; first worked as a book illustrator. Best known and remembered as a playwright.
British playwright; younger brother of the poet |
This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.
Articles attributed to this author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "L. Ho."
- Victoria Regina (Play)
- Little Plays of St.Francis
- Prunella (Play with H. Granville Barker)
- Angels and Ministers (Play)
- Echo De Paris (Play)
- The Chinese Lantern (Play)
- Ye fearful Saints (Play)
- Cornered Poets (Play)
- Palace Scenes (Play)
- Pains and Penalties (Play)
- Trimblerigg (Satire)
- Life of HRH The Duke of Flamborough (Satire)
- The New Child's Guide to Knowledge (Verse)
- Moonshine and Clover (Fairy Story)
- A Doorway in Fairyland (Fairy Story)
- Turn Again Tales (Fairy Stories)
- What O'Clock Tales (Fairy Stories)
- Gods and Their Makers (Novel and Story)
- All-fellows and the Cloak of Friendship (Novel and Story)
- The Sheepfold (Novel and Story)
- King John of Jungalo (Fiction)
- The Love Concealed (Poem)
- The Unexpected Years (Autobiography)
- The Golden Sovereign (A Fictional work about the period of Queen Victoria - First published in 1937 by Jonathan Cape UK)
- Stories from the Arabian nights (Retelling)
Works about Housman
- “Housman, Laurence,” in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1910.