Author:Margaret Oliphant Oliphant

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Margaret Oliphant Oliphant
(1828–1897)
Margaret Oliphant Wilson Oliphant (née Margaret Oliphant Wilson) was Scottish novelist and historical writer, often simply credited as "Mrs. Oliphant." Her fictional works encompass "domestic realism, the historical novel and tales of the supernatural. — Excerpted from Margaret Oliphant on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Margaret Oliphant Oliphant

Works[edit]

(Partial list)

Novels[edit]

  • Jeanne D'Arc: her life and death (1896)
  • Margaret Maitland (1849).
  • Merkland (1850).
  • Caleb Field (1851).
  • John Drayton (1851).
  • Adam Graeme (1852).
  • The Melvilles (1852).
  • Katie Stewart (1852).
  • Harry Muir (1853).
  • Ailieford (1853).
  • The Quiet Heart (1854).
  • Magdalen Hepburn (1854).
  • Zaidee (1855).
  • Lilliesleaf (1855).
  • Christian Melville (1855).
  • The Athelings (1857).
  • The Days of My Life (1857).
  • Orphans (1858).
  • The Laird of Norlaw (1858).
  • Agnes Hopetoun's Schools and Holidays (1859).
  • Lucy Crofton (1860).
  • The House on the Moor (1861).
  • The Last of the Mortimers (1862).
  • Heart and Cross (1863).
  • The Chronicles of Carlingford in Blackwood's Magazine (1862–1865), republished as:
    • Salem Chapel (1863).
    • The Rector (1863).
    • Doctor's Family (1863).
    • The Perpetual Curate (1864).
    • Miss Marjoribanks (1866).
    • Phoebe Junior (1876).
  • A Son of the Soil (1865).
  • Agnes (1866).
  • Madonna Mary (1867).
  • A Beleaguered City (1879).


Short stories[edit]

  • Neighbours on the Green (1889).
  • A Widow's Tale and Other Stories (1898).
  • That Little Cutty (1898).
  • "The Open Door." In: Great Ghost Stories (1918)


Works about Oliphant[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.