|←Author Index: Be||Max Beerbohm
|English parodist and caricaturist. Among his best-known works is his only novel, Zuleika Dobson, (1911) His caricatures, drawn usually in pen or pencil with muted watercolour tinting, are in many public collections.|
- The Works of Max Beerbohm (1896)
- More (1899)
- Yet Again (1909)
- Zuleika Dobson; or, An Oxford Love Story (1911)
- A Christmas Garland, Woven by Max Beerbohm (1912)
- Introduction to Men of Letters (1916) by Dixon Scott
- Seven Men (1919 UK, 1920 US) short stories PG
- And Even Now (1920)
- A Peep into the Past (1923)
- A Gracious Act (Caricature): From a water-colour sketch. The Book of the Homeless, 1916.
Magazine stories and articles
- "Aubrey Beardsley" (essay) Idler magazine, 1898
- "Hosts and Guests" (essay) Harper's Monthly Magazine, Aug 1919 (included in And Even Now, 1920)
- "Kolniyatsch" (satire) Harper's Weekly, Feb 14, 1914 (included in And Even Now, 1920)
- "A Letter to the Editor" The Yellow Book, Volume 2 (1894)
- ' "A Morris for May-Day"' essay, in Harper's Monthly Magazine, Oct 1907
- "A Relic" (ss) Harper's Monthly Magazine, May 1919
- "William and Mary" (ss) The Century Magazine, Dec 1920
Works about Beerbohm
- “Beerbohm, Max,” in A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John William Cousin, London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1910.
- William George Constable, “Beerbohm, Max,” Encyclopædia Britannica (12th ed.), 1922.