Author:Morgan Robertson

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Morgan Robertson
American author of short stories and novels, and the self-claimed inventor of the periscope
Morgan Robertson


  • Where Angels Fear to Tread and Other Stories of the Sea, anthology published 1899, The Century Co., containing:
    • Where angels fear to tread
    • The brain of the battle-ship
    • The wigwag message
    • The trade-wind
    • Salvage
    • Between the Millstones
    • The Battle of the Monsters
    • From the royal-yard down
    • Needs must when the devil drives
    • When Greek meets Greek
    • Primordial
  • Masters of Men, published 1901, Curtis Publishing Co.
    • Book I - The Age of Stone
    • Book II - The Age of Iron
    • Book III - Barbarism
    • Book IV - Civilization
  • Down to the Sea, published 1905, Harper and Brothers, containing:
    • The Closing of the Circuit
    • A Cow, Two Men, and a Parson
    • The Rivals
    • A Chemical Comedy
    • A Hero Of The Cloth
    • The Subconscious Finnegan
    • The Torpedo
    • The Submarine
    • Fifty Fathoms Down
    • The Enemies
    • The Vitality of Dennis
    • The Helix
    • The Shark
    • The Mutiny
  • The Grain Ship, anthology published 1914, McKinley, Stone and Mackenzie, NY, containing:
    • The Grain Ship
    • From the Darkness and the Depths
    • Noah's Ark
    • The Finishing Touch
    • The Rock
    • The Argonauts
    • The Married Man
    • The Triple Alliance
    • Shovels and Bricks
    • Extracts from Noah's Logs
  • Three Laws and the Golden Rule containing:
    • The Three Laws and the Golden Rule
    • The Americans
    • Dignity
    • The Honeymoon Ship
    • The Third Mate
    • Through the Deadlight
    • The Hairy Devil
    • The Slumber of a Soul
    • Honor Among Thieves
    • The Survival of the Fittest
    • A Creature of Circumstance

This list is not necessarily complete

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.