A. E. Housman: Poems

Works

Poetry collections

  • A Shropshire Lad (1896)
  • Last Poems (1922, Henry Holt & Company)
  • A Shropshire Lad: Authorized Edition (1924, Henry Holt & Company)
  • More Poems (1936, Barclays)
  • Collected Poems (1940, Henry Holt & Company)
  • Collected Poems (1939); the poems included in this volume but not the three above are known as Additional Poems. The Penguin Edition of 1956 includes an Introduction by John Sparrow.
  • Manuscript Poems: Eight Hundred Lines of Hitherto Un-collected Verse from the Author's Notebooks, ed. Tom Burns Haber (1955)
  • Is My Team Ploughing
  • Unkind to Unicorns: Selected Comic Verse, ed. J. Roy Birch (1995; 2nd ed. 1999)
  • The Poems of A.E. Housman, ed. Archie Burnett (1997)

Classical scholarship

  • M. Manilii Astronomica (1903–1930; 2nd ed. 1937; 5 vols.)
  • D. Iunii Iuuenalis Saturae: editorum in usum edidit (1905; 2nd ed. 1931)
  • M. Annaei Lucani, Belli Ciuilis, Libri Decem: editorum in usum edidit (1926; 2nd ed. 1927)
  • The Classical Papers of A. E. Housman, ed. J. Diggle and F. R. D. Goodyear (1972; 3 vols.)
  • William White, "Housman's Latin Inscriptions", CJ (1955) 159 - 166

Published lectures

These lectures are listed by date of delivery, with date of first publication given separately if different.

  • Introductory Lecture (1892)
  • "Swinburne" (1910; published 1969)
  • Cambridge Inaugural Lecture (1911; published 1969 as "The Confines of Criticism")
  • "The Application of Thought to Textual Criticism" (1921; published 1922)
  • "The Name and Nature of Poetry" (1933)

Prose collections

Selected Prose, edited by John Carter, Cambridge University Press, 1961

Collected letters

  • The Letters of A. E. Housman, ed. Henry Maas (1971)
  • The Letters of A. E. Housman, ed. Archie Burnett (2007)

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