Author:Walter de la Mare
- "Rupert Brooke and the Intellectual Imagination" (1919); lecture
- Lewis Carroll (1930); biography of Lewis Carroll
Collections and short stories
- Henry Brocken (1904)
- The Riddle and Other Stories (1923)
- The Almond Tree — The Count's Courtship — The Looking Glass — Miss Duveen — Selina's Parable — Seaton's Aunt — The Bird of Travel — The Bowl — The Three Friends — Lispet, Lispett & Vaine — The Tree — Out of the Deep — The Creatures — The Riddle — The Vats
- Ding Dong Bell (1924)
- Broomsticks and Other Tales (1925) (children's stories)
- The Connoisseur and Other Stories (1926)
Individual short stories
- "Benighted" (1906, Pall Mall Magazine)
- "Miss Duveen" (1910 Jan 22, Country Life) (ss)
- Excerpt from The Three Mulla Muglars in The Borzoi 1920
- "The Riddle"
- "The Tree" (1922, The Century Magazine) (ss)
- "Mr. Kempe" (1925, Harper's Magazine)
- "The Listeners" from The Listeners and Other Poems (1912)
- "As I Was Walking"; of especial interest as it is referenced in certain editions of Watership Down
- "Peacock pie - a book of rhymes"
- Flora … with illustrations by Pamela Bianco. London: Heinemann. 1919.
- Collected Poems (1901-1918) (1920) in two volumes:
- The Veil and other poems (1922)
- 'De la Mare, Walter', The Year's at the Spring, 1920. Illustrated by Harry Clarke.
- "Miss Loo", Georgian poetry, 1911-1912
Works about Walter de la Mare
- To Walter de la Mare (1948); poem by T.S. Eliot
Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1928.
This author died in 1956, so works by this author are in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 66 years or less. These works may 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.
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