Works by Henry Lawson

This list contains various books and booklets by Henry Lawson (1867-1922).
See also:
Poetry by Henry Lawson
Prose works (short stories, etc.) by Henry Lawson
Biographical information on Henry Lawson

Books by Henry Lawson:
[Books and booklets published during Henry Lawson’s lifetime, arranged by year of publication.]
1894: Short Stories in Prose and Verse, Sydney: L. Lawson (fiction and poetry)
1896: In the Days When the World Was Wide and Other Verses, Sydney; London: Angus and Robertson; Young J. Pentland (poetry)
1896: While the Billy Boils, Sydney: Angus and Robertson (fiction)
1900: On the Track, Sydney: Angus and Robertson (fiction)
1900: Over the Sliprails, Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1900 (fiction)
1900: On the Track and Over the Sliprails (fiction; two previous books combined into one)
1900: Verses Popular and Humorous, Sydney; London: Angus and Robertson; Australian Book Co. (poetry)
1900: Popular Verses, Sydney; London: Angus and Robertson; Australian Book Co. (republication of the first part of Verses Popular and Humorous)
1900: Humorous Verses, Sydney; London: Angus and Robertson; Australian Book Co. (republication of the second part of Verses Popular and Humorous)
1901: The Country I Come From, Sydney: Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons (fiction; comprised of stories from several previously-published books by Henry Lawson)
1901: Joe Wilson and His Mates, Sydney: Angus and Robertson (1901, fiction)
1902: Children of the Bush, London: Methuen (fiction and some poetry)
1904: Joe Wilson (republication of the first part of Joe Wilson and His Mates)
1904: Joe Wilson’s Mates (republication of the second part of Joe Wilson and His Mates)
1905: When I Was King and Other Verses, Sydney: Angus and Robertson (poetry)
1905: When I Was King, Sydney: Angus and Robertson (republication of the first part of When I Was King and Other Verses)
1905: The Elder Son, Sydney: Angus and Robertson (republication of the second part of When I Was King and Other Verses)
1907: Send Round the Hat, Sydney: Angus and Robertson (republication of the first part of Children of the Bush)
1907: The Romance of the Swag, Melbourne: E. W. Cole (republication of the second part of Children of the Bush)
1910: The Rising of the Court and Other Sketches in Prose and Verse, Sydney: Angus and Robertson (fiction, poetry, and prose)
1910: Skyline Riders and Other Verses, Sydney: Fergusson (poetry)
1911: A Coronation Ode and Retrospect, Sydney: D.S. Ford (poetry)
1911: The Stranger’s Friend, Melbourne: Thomas C. Lothian (fiction)
1911: Mateship: A Discursive Yarn, Melbourne: Lothian (fiction)
1913: For Australia and Other Poems, Melbourne: Standard Publishing [also published: Melbourne: Lothian, 1916?] (poetry; a booklet of the same name was published in 1944, although containing far fewer poems)
1913: Triangles of Life and Other Stories, Melbourne: Standard Publishing Co. (fiction and some poetry)
1915: My Army, O, My Army! and Other Songs, Sydney: Tyrrell’s Ltd. (poetry)
1916: Song of the Dardanelles and Other Verses, Sydney: Tyrrell’s (republication of the poems in My Army, O, My Army! and Other Songs)
1918: Selected Poems of Henry Lawson, Sydney: Angus and Robertson (poetry)
Date unknown: Too Old to Rat, Sydney: Worker Print [printer] (poetry) [the year of publication is unknown; however, the copy held by the National Library of Australian is signed by Henry Lawson (1867-1922)]

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