Laurence Hope: General Bibliography
I. Editions of Laurence Hope's Poems
The Garden of Káma, and Other Love Lyrics from India, Arranged
in Verse by Laurence Hope. London: William Heinemann, 1901. Also published
in the United States as
India's Love Lyrics, Including The Garden of Kama. New York: John
Stars of the Desert. London: William Heinemann; New York: John Lane,
Indian Love. London: William Heinemann, 1905. Also published in the
United States as
Last Poems: Translations from the Book of Indian Love. New York:
John Lane; London: William Heinemann, 1905.
Laurence Hope's Poems. New York: Paul R. Reynolds, 1907.
Illustrated, Selected, and Collected Editions
Songs from the Garden of Kama. Illustrated with photographs by Mrs.
Eardly Wilmot. London: William Heinemann, 1909.
The Garden of Kama, and Other Love Lyrics from India, Arranged in Verse
by Laurence Hope, Illustrated by Byam Shaw. London: William Heinemann;
New York: John Lane, 1914.
Selected Poems from the Indian Love Lyrics of Laurence Hope. Ed.
M. J. Nicolson. London: William Heinemann, 1922.
Complete Love Lyrics: Including India's Love Lyrics, Stars of the Desert,
Last Poems. Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing Co., Inc.,
Selected Love Lyrics; Containing Poems from India's Love Lyrics, Stars
of the Desert, Last Poems. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1968.
II. Biographical Sources
F. L.B. "Nicolson, Mrs. Adela Florence, 'Laurence Hope'."
Dictionary of National Biography.
2nd Supp. 3 v. London: Smith Elder & Co., 1912: 2:14-15.
Lesley Blanch. "Laurence Hope--A Shadow in the Sunlight." Under a Lilac-Bleeding
Star: Travels and Travelers. London: John Murray, 1963: 184-208.
Violet Jacob. Diaries and Letters from India 1895-1900. Ed. Carol
Anderson.. Edinburgh: Canongate, 1990.
John Jealous. "Laurence Hope." The 1890s: An Encyclopedia of British
Literature, Art, and Culture. New York: Garland, 1993: 283-84.
Edward Marx. "Violet Nicolson." An Encyclopedia of British
Women Writers. Ed. Paul Schlueter and June Schlueter. New York:
Edward Marx. "Laurence Hope (Adela Florence Cory Nicolson)."
Late Nineteenth- And Early Twentieth-Century British Women Poets (Dictionary
of Literary Biography, Vol. 240). Ed. William Thesing. Detroit: Gale
Group, 2001. 88-93.
III. Fictional Works About Laurence Hope
Ted Malone. "The Secret Life of Laurence Hope." Ted Malone's Favorite
Stories. New York: Doubleday, 1950.
W. Somerset Maugham. "The Colonel's Lady." The Complete Short Stories.
2 v. Garden City (New York): Doubleday, 1952. 2:587-604.
Mary Talbot Cross. Fate Knows No Tears. 1996.
IV. Critical Studies
- [Francis Thompson], "Hindoo
Love-Poems," Academy, (15 Mar. 1902): 263-64.
- Bliss Carman, "Poetry of the
Month." Reader 1:1 (Nov. 1902): 87-88.
H. Pearl Humphry. "The Work of Laurence Hope." Acorn. (London).
H. [Henry] Bruce. "A True Indian Poet."
East & West (Bombay).
52-3 (Feb-March 1906). 158-166, 240-250.
James Elroy Flecker. "Laurence Hope."
Monthly Review ??
(June 1907). 164-68.
Otto Rothfeld. "Laurence Hope."
Indian Dust. Oxford: Alden &
Co., 1909: 203-216.
Austin Johnson. "The Poetry of Laurence Hope." Poetry Review 3
(July-Dec. 1913): 151-154.
Edward Marx. "Reviving Laurence Hope." Women's Poetry, Late
Romantic to Late Victorian: Gender and Genre. Ed. Isobel Armstrong and
Virginia Blain. London; New York: Macmillan
Edward Marx. "Decadent Exoticism and the Woman Poet." Women
and British Aestheticism. Ed. Kathy Psomiades and Talia Schaffer.
Press of Virginia , 2000.
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