Please chose the category of publications that interests you or scroll down to see a year-by-year list of Lang’s books, prefaces, and introductions. (As you can see this page is still in progress.)

The following list of Lang’s books is incomplete, but it improves upon current listings. I consulted Roger Lancelyn Green’s Andrew Lang: A Critical Biography, WorldCat, the Andrew Lang Wikipedia page, and Internet Archive. Whenever possible, I tried to provide a scan or full text of the work and to get the dates correct. I do still recommend checking WorldCat on the dates if you are researching a particular title. I have sorted some of the books into categories (see above), but those pages are incomplete. If there is a discrepancy between dates on the two pages, the list below is more likely to be accurate. (But check.)
Notes on the format: I listed works where Lang was author, editor, or translator in the general list under each year. Whenever Lang wrote the preface or introduction of a book he edited or translated himself, those also appear in the general list.  If Lang wrote only an introduction or preface to a work written or edited by someone else, I usually list that work separately under introductions and prefaces for that year. I do make exceptions to this rule when Lang’s introduction takes up a substantial part of the work, as was the case with Aristotle’s Politics, translated by W. E. Bolland (1877), and I list the fairy books and children’s books in the general list as well, though some of the books for children were written by Leonora Blanche Lang (which I note in the entries).
What’s missing: I have not yet combed through WorldCat year by year to sort through their Andrew Lang entries, nor have I rechecked the catalogues of the St Andrews Collection and the Lilly Library. In WorldCat, a search for “Lang, Andrew” as author for the year 1887 alone yields fifty-four results. As a keyword search, “Andrew Lang” in 1887 yields sixty-one. Many of these listings are reprints/new editions of Lang’s work, some are magazine articles, one or two are by a different Andrew Lang, a few are misattributed, and some ought to be included in the list below. While I hope to get to this task eventually, please do feel free to contact me if you have evidence for an important missing entry or wish to submit a correction. It is also important to note that WorldCat itself has missing or incorrect entries. Sometimes earlier dates exist in Internet Archive scans; sometimes titles are only known from Roger Lancelyn Green’s biography (or other places), and Green’s biography also has a few typos and errors (as I’m sure I also do below).
One note on my dates: I generally chose to list books under earliest date I could find. Thus, if Roger Lancelyn Green, or Internet Archive, or WorldCat gave the earliest date, I put the work under that year. If the date seems uncertain, I do note when there is a discrepancy.


  • St Leonards Magazine. 1863. As phrased on Wikipedia, “This was a reprint of several articles that appeared in the St Leonards Magazine that Lang edited at St Andrews University. Includes the following Lang contributions: Pages 10–13, Dawgley Manor; A sentimental burlesque; Pages 25–26, Nugae Catulus; Pages 27–30, Popular Philosophies; pages 43–50 are ‘Papers by Eminent Contributors’, seven short parodies of which six are by Lang.” More information is available in IUCAT, as the Lilly Library holds this copy at Indiana University. Some manuscript copies of the St Leonard’s Magazine are available at the University of St Andrews, including the 1863 copy [uncatalogued when last I checked, but Lang’s work appears in MS30130-30142]. Lang had left for Glasgow to study for the Snell Exhibition in the summer of 1863, but as Roger Lancelyn Green notes, “continued to contribute to the Leonard’s Magazine, sending reviews, drawings and sets of verses” (Andrew Lang 27).


  • Ballads and Lyrics of Old France (Longmans, Green, 1872) [This Internet Archive scan is of the 1913 New Impression, about which Lang writes in the preface, “Moved by the request of a friend too partial to ‘my early blights,’ in the phrase of Keats, I have consented to reprint ‘Ballads and Lyrics of Old France’ exactly as they appeared in 1872. Modified versions of some of the pieces have been published at various dates; they are now given in their pristine form, with the correction of two or three misprints.


  • Aristotle’s Politics Books I. III. IV. (VII.). The Text of Bekker. With an English translation by W. E. Bolland. Together with short introductory essays by A. Lang The “short introductory essays” last through page 106. (Longmans, Green, 1877). [The Internet Archive scan is dated 1887.]
  • Odyssey Book VI (privately printed) (See Green 241)


  • The Folklore of France (Privately printed) Off-Print from Folklore Record. (See Green 241)


  • The Odyssey Of Homer Done Into English Prose (Macmillan, 1879) (Samuel H. Butcher and Andrew Lang; this Internet Archive scan is from 1883.)
  • Oxford: Brief historical & descriptive notes (Seeley and Co., 1880). [The Internet Archive scan is of the 1902 seventh edition. Roger Lancelyn Green dates this to 1879.]
  • Specimens of a Translation of Theocritus. 1879. (London: [C. Whittingtham]) [Wikipedia calls this “Advance issue of extracts from Theocritus, Bion and Moschus rendered into English prose” with a date of 1879, the same date that Roger Lancelyn Green gives it (241)],” but WorldCat dates it [189-?]



  • The Library [“With a Chapter on Modern English Illustrated Books by Austin Dobson”] (Macmillan, 1881)
  • Notes by Mr A. Lang on a collection of pictures by Mr J. E. Millais R.A. exhibited at the Fine Arts Society Rooms. 148 New Bond Street. ([London]: Fine Art Society, 1881.) More information is available here.
  • The Poems of Edgar Allen Poe, with an Essay on his Poetry by Andrew Lang (Kegan Paul, Trench, and Co., 1881) [This scan is from 1883.] [In his November 1887 “At the Sign of the Ship,” Lang notes that he was an unconscious pirate of Edgar Allan Poe’s Poems “not, to be sure, from greed of gold, but because ‘I wished to see him look respectable’ . . . . I was not then aware that copyright in Poe’s Poems still lived, and his heirs or assigns are very welcome to my share in the gains of an unconscious piracy. They have only to apply at the Sign of the Ship” (106)].


  • The Black Thief. A new and original drama (Adapted from the Irish) in four acts. (1882) [No scan available. The original is in the Lilly Library at Indiana University. See WorldCat.]
  • Helen of Troy. (Longmans, Green 1882). (See also the 1913 reissue.)
  • The Iliad of Homer, a prose translation (Macmillan, 1882) with Walter Leaf and Ernest Myers. [The Internet Archive scan is from Edinburgh: R & R Clark, 1892, and notes “with corrections”. Roger Lancelyn Green dates the book to 1883.]


  • Ballades and Verses Vain (1884) [The scan is from New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons.]
  • Custom and Myth (Longmans, Green, 1884) [The Internet Archive Scan is of the 1893 new edition.
  • Household tales; their origin, diffusion, and relations to the higher myths. [London]: William Clewes and Son, 1884]. Separate pre-publication issue of the “introduction” to Bohn’s edition of Grimm’s Household tales. See this item in WorldCat.
  • Molière’s Les Précieuses Ridicules, Edited with Introduction and Notes by Andrew Lang, M.A. (Clarendon Press, 1884)
  • Much Darker Days. By A. Huge Longway. (Longmans, Green, 1884) (Parody of Dark Days by Hugh Conway.) [The scan is dated 1885.]
  • The Princess Nobody: A Tale of Fairyland (Longmans, Green, 1884)
  • Rhymes à la Mode (Kegan Paul, Trench, 1884) [This scan is dated 1885.]


  • Grimm’s Household Tales. Translated and Edited by Margaret Hunt.  Introduction by Andrew Lang. (London: J. Bell and Sons, 1884.



  • Books and Bookmen (New York: George J. Coombes, 1886. According to Green, this American edition has two extra essays. The English edition was published in the same year. A second edition, with “one variant essay,” was published in 1887. (Green 242)
  • In the Wrong Paradise (1886) (Short stories) [This Internet Archive scan is from New York, Harper & Brothers.]
  • Letters to Dead Authors (Longmans Green, 1886)
  • Lines on the inaugural meeting of the Shelley Society. Reprinted for private distribution from the Saturday Review of 13 March 1886 and edited by Thomas Wise (London: Privately Printed, 1886). See this item in WorldCat.
  • The Mark of Cain (Bristol: J. W. Arrowsmith, London: Simpkin, Marshall, 1886) (Novel) [There is also an unrelated pamphlet with this title in the Special Collections of St Andrews that was written to secure copyright.]
  • La Mythologie Traduit de L’Anglais par Léon Léon Parmentier. Avec une préface par Charles Michel et des Additions de l’auteur. (Paris 1886) According to Wikipedia, “Never published as a complete book in English, although there was a Polish translation. The first 170 pages is a translation of the article in the ‘Encyclopædia Britannica’. The rest is a combination of articles and material from ‘Custom and Myth’.”
  • The Politics of Aristotle. Introductory Essays (Longmans, Green, 1886)


  • Almae matres (Edinburgh : T. & A. Constable, 1887)
  • Aucassin and Nicolette (1887) [Later reprinted by David Nutt. Earlier editions published by David Nutt, as well as several American piracies, are available through Internet Archive]
  • Cupid and Psyche. Introductory Treatise. 86 pages. (“Bibliothèque de Carabas”) (See Roger Lancelyn Green, Andrew Lang, p. 242.
  • He, by the author of ‘It’, ‘King Solomon’s wives’, and ‘Bess’ [i.e A. Lang and W.H. Pollock]. (Longmans, 1887 with Walter Herries Pollock, parody of H. Rider Haggard’s She. Both the original and the parody were published by Longman.) Do note that Lang was not the author of another parody titled King Solomon’s Wives, or the Phantom Mines (London: Vizetelly & Co., 1887; New York: George Munro, 1887). Roger Lancelyn Green attributes this work to Chatres Biron (Andrew Lang 123). It is also unlikely that Lang wrote Bess”: a Companion to “Jess.” (New York: John W. Lovell, 1887). No parody entitled It exists.
  • Johnny Nut and the Golden Goose. Done into English from the French of Charles Deulin (Longmans, Green, 1887)
  • The Most Pleasant and Delectable Tale of the Marriage of Cupid and Psyche (London: David Nutt, 1887) with William Aldington [I could not find a scan in Internet Archive. See WorldCat.]
  • Myth, Ritual and Religion (2 vols., Longmans, Green, 1887) ( 1, 1887) (The vol. 2 scan is the 1913 reprint: Keep in mind that Lang revised and expanded the book in 1899.)
  • Old St. Leonards Days in Alma mater’s mirror, edited by Thomas Spencer Baynes (Saint Andrews, 1887). See this item in WorldCat.


  • Beauty and the Beast. Introduction to Charles Lamb’s version. (London: Field & Tuer, The Leadenhall Press, 1887).


  • Ballads of Books [Edited by Andrew Lang], (Longmans, Green, 1888). As Lang states in his preface: “This collection, ‘Ballads of Books,’ is a recast of the volume of the same name, edited by Mr. Brander Matthews, and published by Mr. Coombes (New York, 1887). An editor must be meddling, and I have altered Mr. Mathew’s work in some respects. The poems are now arranged by the dates of their authors . . . . Mr. Matthews’s dedication is preserved, and this English edition comes to a Poet and a Book-collector with good will from both the American and English editors” (vii)
  • Border Ballads. [Preface and Editing] (London: Lawrence and Bullen; New York: Longmans, Green). Roger Lancelyn Green dates this book to 1888 (243); however WorldCat’s records only show copies from 1895, the date of this scan The Ballads include “Thomas the Rhymer,” “Tamlane,” “The Wife of Usher’s Well,” “Clerk Saunders,“ “Sir Roland, “”The Demon Lover,” “Love Gregor, or the Lass of Lochrovan,” “The Twa Sisters of Binnorie,” “Helen of Kirkconnel,” “The Twa Corbies,” “Edom o’ Gordon,” and “The Douglas Tragedy.” A glossary is in the back.
  • Grass of Parnassus. Rhymes old and new. (Longmans, 1888) [More additions were published in the 1892 edition, Grass of Parnassus. First and Last Rhymes.]
  • Gold of Fairnilee (Bristol: J. W. Arrowsmith, London: Simpkin, Marshall, 1888)
  • Euterpe: Being the Second Book of the Famous History of Herodotus, London D. Nutt, 1888. Barnabe Rich; edited by Andrew Lang.
  • “History of Cricket. In Badminton Library. The Internet has the full text from 1898, with the usual OCR errors. See WorldCat.
  • Perrault’s Popular Tales (Clarendon Press, 1888)
  • Pictures at Play or Dialogues of the Galleries (Longmans, 1888) with W. E. Henley (Available in the Lilly Library, Indiana University). See WorldCat.
  • XXXII Ballades in Blue China (Kegan Paul, Trench, 1888) “The Verses which did not appear in the original edition of Ballades in Blue China have for the most part been published in Longman’s and Harper’s Magazine.



  • From my Verandah in New Guinea by Hugh Hastings Romily (London: D. Nutt, 1889. Introduction by Andrew Lang See WorldCat.


  • Etudes traditionnistes [Traditional Studies. (Essays from the Saturday Review.] (Paris: J. Maisonneuve, 1890) Translated with permission of the editors of the Saturday Review by Henry Carnoy and with a preface by Emile Blémont. See this entry in WorldCat.
  • Golf, by Horace G. Hutchinson, with contributions by Lord Wellwood, Sir Walter Simpson, Bart., Right Hon. A. J. Balfour, M.P., Andrew Lang, H.S.C. Everard, and Others (Longmans, Green and Co., 1895 [fifth edition, thoroughly revised]. I could not find an edition earlier than the third, also dated 1895, on WorldCat. Andrew Lang wrote the first chapter, “The History of Golf,” on pp. 1–28.)
  • How to Fail in Literature (Field & Tuer, the Leadenhall Press, 1890)
  • Life, Letters, and Diaries of Sir Stafford Northcote, First Earl of Iddesleigh, in two volumes (Blackwood, 1890). 1., vol. 2
  • Old Friends: Essays in Epistolary Parody (Longmans, Green, 1890) [This Internet Archive scan is from 1892. There is also a LibriVox recording]
  • The Red Fairy Book (Longmans, Green, 1890). The Large Paper copy has a separate introduction.
  • The Strife of Love in a Dream, Being the Elizabethan Version of the First Book of the Hypnerotomachia of Francesco Colonna (London: David Nutt, 1890)
  • The World’s Desire (Longmans, Green, 1890) with H. Rider Haggard. Lang also wrote the prefatory and concluding poems. The Internet Archive scan here is from 1918. A manuscript, with clear differences between Lang and Haggard’s handwriting, is preserved by the Norfolk Record Office.


  • Adventures of Ulysses, by Charles Lamb. (London: E. Arnold). Introduction. See WorldCat.
  • The Courting of Dinah Shadd and Other Stories, by Rudyard Kipling. “Biographical and Critical Sketch by Andrew Lang.” (New York: Harper & Bros.) See WorldCat.
  • Longinus on the Sublime, translated by H. L. Havell (Macmillan 1890). Introduction. See WorldCat.
  • Songs and Verses, by Thomas Rae. (Edinburgh: T. and A. Constable, 1890). See WorldCat.


  • Angling Sketches (Longman’s, Green, 1891)
  • The Blue Poetry Book (Longmans, Green, 1891) [This scan is the 1912 fifth impression]
  • Essays in Little (London, Henry and Co., 1891. According to WorldCat records, the book was published simultaneously by Charles Scribner’s Sons in New York (and reprinted in 1897 and 1901); it was later reprinted by Longmans in 1906 and 1912.) [The Internet Archive scan is from the 1901 New York Charles Scribner’s Sons edition.
  • Famous Golf Links, by Horace G. Hutchinson, Andrew Lang, H.S.C. Everard, T. Rutherford Clark, See on WorldCat.
  • Selected Poems of Robert Burns. [Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1891) Lang’s introduction is on pages xi–l. [This scan is from 1896.]



Memoir published within another book:


Introduction and Preface

  • Cinderella: Three hundred and forty-five variants of Cinderella, Catskin, and Cap o’Rushes abstracted and tabulated with a discussion of mediaeval analogues and notes by Marian Roalfe Cox, with an introduction by Andrew Lang. (London: Folklore Society (David Nutt): 1893) See WorldCat. See the page on Folk-Lore for Lang’s related 1893 article.
  • Kings of Cricket by R. Duff, with an Introduction by Andrew Lang. [Roger Lancelyn Green attributes this introduction to Lang; there is no record of Kings of Cricket (1893) in WorldCat.]
  • Théophile Gautier, by Maxime Du Camp, translated by J. E. Gordon, with a preface by Andrew Lang.



  • Harry Lorrequer, by Charles Lever. (Boston: Little, Brown, 1894). Introduction by Andrew Lang. See WorldCat.
  • Little Johannes by Frederick van Eden (London: W. Heinemann, 1895 [1894]. Introductory Essay See WorldCat.


  • My Own Fairy Book (Bristol: Arrowsmith, New York: Longmans, Green, 1895). Prince Prigio, Prince Ricardo, and The Gold of Fairnilee are included. See the introduction “To Children.”
  • Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott. (London: A. & C. Black, 1895). See WorldCat.
  • The Red True Story Book (Longmans, Green, 1895)
  • The Voices of Jeanne D’Arc (1895) [Place of publication not identified]: [Publisher not identified], [1895]. See in WorldCat.


  • The Death-Wake by Thomas Tod Stoddart (London, John Lane 1895). Introduction by Andrew Lang. See WorldCat. [Poetry]


  • The Animal Story Book (Longmans, Green, 1896)
  • “Classical Sport.” The Poetry of Sport, Selected and Edited by Hedley Peek, with a chapter on Classical allusions to sport by Andrew Lang. (Badminton Library, 1896) Internet Archive has searchable full text.
  • The Compleat Angler. Edited and with an Introduction by Andrew Lang (London: J. M. Dent, 1896) See in WorldCat.
  • The Life and Letters of John Gibson Lockhart (1896) two volumes, 1, vol. 2 [The scans are dated 1897.]
  • A Monk of Fife (Longmans, Green, 1896)
  • Selected Poems of Robert Burns, with an Introduction by Andrew Lang (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co.) [The Internet Archive scan is dated 1896. The introduction is fifty pages.]


  • Australian Legendary Tales, collected by Mrs. K. Langloh Parker (Catherine Somerville Parker [Elsewhere listed as Katie]) Introduction by Andrew Lang. (London: David Nutt, 1896). See WorldCat.
  • The Natives of Sarawak and British North Borneo. Preface by Andrew Lang. (London: Truslove and Hanson, two volumes, 1896). See WorldCat.



  • The King of the Mountains, by Edmond François Valentin About. Trans. R. Davey. Introduction by Andrew Lang. (London: William Heinemann, 1897.) See WorldCat.
  • Animal Land Where there are No People, by Sybil Corbet and Katherine Corbet. Introduction by Andrew Lang. (London: J. M. Dent, 1898.) [Roger Lancelyn Green dates this to 1897, but WorldCat dates it to 1898.]
  • The Lady of the Lake, by Sir Walter Scott. Introduction by Andrew Lang. (London: Service and Paton, 1898 [1897]). See WorldCat.



  • The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table, by Oliver Wendell Holmes Introduction by Andrew Lang. (Melbourne: E. W. Cole, no publication date. However, Lang’s introduction is dated May 10, 1898). See WorldCat.
  • More Australian Legendary Tales, by Catherine Somerville Parker (Field). Introduction by Andrew Lang. (London: David Nutt; Melbourne: Melville, Mullen, & Slade, 1898). See WorldCat.
  • The Pleasures of Literature and the Solace of Books. Compiled by Joseph Shaylor, with an introduction by A. Lang. (London: Wells Gardner, 1898). See WorldCat.



  • The Prophecies of the Brahan Seer [Coinneach Odhar Fiosaiche], by Alexander Mackenzie. With introductory Chapter by Andrew Lang. See WorldCat.
  • Tales from Shakespeare, by Charles and Mary Lamb. Introductory Preface by Andrew Lang. (London: S. T. Freemantle, 1899). See WorldCat.
  • The Traditional Poetry of the Finns. [Il Kalevala, o la Poesia tradizionale dei Finni.] By Dominico Comparetti. Translated by Isabella M. Anderton. With introduction by Andrew Lang. (Longmans, Green, 1898). See WorldCat Full text is available from Internet Archive.



  • Notre-Dame of Paris (London: Heinemann, [1900?] (Introduction only, translation by Jesse Haynes, from The French Classical Romances series, edited by Edmund Gosse. The Internet Archive has, to my knowledge, only the full text available, not a scan; the full text is from the New York, P.F. Collier reprint of 1902). See WorldCat. Roger Lancelyn Green dates this book to 1902, and the one WorldCat dating for 1900? is questionable—but is a different publisher than the 1902 versions.
  • Rab and his friends; and Our Dogs. By John Brown, with an introduction by Andrew Lang. (New York: Century, 1900) See WorldCat.


Prefaces and Introductions:



  • The Crimson Fairy Book (Longmans, Green, 1903)
  • Lyrics (1903) [WorldCat lists this title as being published both by T. B. Mosher (Portland, ME) and Bibelot]. Roger Lancelyn Green notes that his is a pirate edition (246).
  • “‘The nineteenth century’ and Mr. Frederick Myers.” Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, vol. 18, part 46, London, R. Brimley Johnson, 1903, pp. 62–77. (See WorldCat entry.)
  • Social England Illustrated: A Collection of XVIIth Century Tracts (Westminster: Archibald Constable and Co., 1903) (Introduction by Lang: there are a few pages missing in the scan of this introduction.)
  • Social Origins (Longman’s, Green, 1903) Lang’s text is published in the same volume as Primal Law by James Jasper Atkinson.
  • The Story of the Golden Fleece (Charles H. Kelly, 1903) [Juvenile Audience.] See this entry in WorldCat.
  • The Valet’s Tragedy and Other Stories (Longmans, Green, 1903) [History]


  • George Douglas Brown, Author of “The House with the Green Shutters”: a Biographical Memoir, by Cuthbert Lennox and Reminiscences by Andrew Melrose, with introduction by Andrew Lang. (London: Hodder and Stouton, 1903). See WorldCat.
  • The Three Musketeers, by Alexander Dumas. Translated by Alfred Allison, with an introduction by Andrew Lang (London: Methuen). Roger Lancelyn Green dates this book to 1903 (246); the two entries on WorldCat say [1903–1905] and [1907?]


  • The Apology for William Maitland of Lethington, 1610, by James Maitland, edited by Andrew Lang. Edinburgh: T. and A. Constable, 1904. [Printed for the Scottish History Society.] See WorldCat.
  • The Brown Fairy Book (Longmans, Green, 1904) [This scan is from 1914.]
  • Historical Mysteries (Smith, Elder, 1904). [Smith, Elder also published The Cornhill Magazine, where most of these essays first appeared: the Morning Post review notes that one of the fourteen essays appeared it is pages (8 Dec. 1904), p. 2.]
  • A History of Scotland: From the Roman Occupation volume 3 of 4; (Blackwood 1904. See also 1900, 1902, and 1907.

Memoirs, Prefaces, etc.

  • The Lady of the Lake by Sir Walter Scott, Bart. With Topography of the Poem by the late Sir George Biddell Airy, K.C.B. And Notes by Andrew Lang with fifty full-page illustrations and a map.(London: Adam and Charles Black, 1904). See in WorldCat.
  • Robert Barclay Memories, edited by his wife. [With Sermons and Selections.]With a preface by Andrew Lang. (Glasgow: Bryce and Murray, 1904). See WorldCat.
  • William Shakespeare: His Family and Friends by the Late Charles Isaac Elton, edited by A. Hamilton Thompson with a Memoir of the Author by Andrew Lang (London: John Murray, 1904 / New York: E. P. Dutton, 1904).


 Introductions, Prefaces, and Short Biographies:

  • Crystal Gazing, Its History and Practice, with a Discussion of the Evidence for Telepathic Scrying, by Northcote W. Thomas with an Introduction by Andrew Lang, (New York: Dodge Publishing Company, 1905)
  • The Euahlayi Tribe, a Study of Aboriginal Life in Australia, by Katie Langloh Parker, with an introduction by Andrew Lang. (London: Archibald Constable, 1905). See WorldCat.
  • The Lady of the Lake, by Sir Walter Scott, with a Short Biography by Andrew Lang, and introduction and notes by W. H. Spragge. No publisher listed in WorldCat, 1905.
  • The Lay of the Last Minstrel, by Sir Walter Scott, with a short biography by Andrew Lang, and introduction and notes by Fred W. Tickner. Roger Lancelyn Green dates this book to 1905, but the only copies in WorldCat are from 1908 and 1910. (Longmans, Green)
  • Marmion, by Sir Walter Scott, with a short biography by Andrew Lang, introduction and notes by Guy Kendall. (Longmans, Green, 1905). See in WorldCat.
  • The Plain Princess, and Other Stories. By Irene Maunder, with a preface by Andrew Lang. (Longmans, Green, 1905). See in WorldCat.



  • Anthropological Essays presented to Edward Burnett Tylor in honour of his 75th Birthday Oct. 2, 1907. By H. Balfour, A.E. Crawley, D.J. Cunningham, L.R. Farnell, J.G. Frazer, A.C. Haddon, E.S. Hartland, A. Lang, R.R. Marett, C.S. Myers, J.L. Myres, C.H. Read, Sir J. Rhŷs, W. Ridgeway, W.H.R. Rivers, C.G. Seligmann and T.A. Joyce, N.W. Thomas, A. Thomson, E. Westermarck. With a bibliography by Barbara W. Freire-Marreco. [Edited by N.W. Thomas. With a notice of E.B. Tylor’s work by Andrew Lang.] (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1907). See WorldCat.
  • A History of Scotland: From the Roman Occupation, volume 4 of 4 (Blackwood, 1907) (See also 1900, 1902, and 1904.)
  • The King over the Water (Longmans, Green, 1907) [by A[lice] Shield and Andrew Lang. See more information on Alice Shield on the Blackwood’s page.]
  • The Olive Fairy Book (Longmans, Green, 1907)
  • Poets’ Country (1907) editor, with J. Churton Collins, W. J. Loftie, E. Hartley Coleridge, Michael Macmillan. In addition to editing, Lang contributed the chapters on “Scott” and “Shelley and Nature.” The bulk of the chapters were written by J. Churton Collins (12), followed by W. J. Loftie (5). E. Hartley Coleridge contributed three, and Michael Macmillan contributed the essay on Robert Burns.
  • Tales of a Fairy Court (London; Glasgow: Collins Clear Type, 1907)
  • Tales of Troy and Greece (Longmans, Green, 1907) (Dedicated to H. Rider Haggard, no preface or introduction)
  • The Union of 1707: A Survey of Events. Edited and with and introduction by P Hume Brown (Glasgow: G. Outram, 1907). See WorldCat. Lang contributed the chapters, “The End of an Auld Lang Syne” and “A Romantic Plot Against the Union.”


  • A Child’s Garden of Verses, by Robert Louis Stevenson, with an introduction by Andrew Lang. (Longmans, Green, 1907). See WorldCa
  • All’s Well that Ends Well. [Roger Lancelyn Green claims Lang wrote an introduction to this play in the Caxton Shakespeare. I could not find this reference in WorldCat.]
  • Literary Forgeries, by James Anson Farrer. With an Introduction by Andrew Lang. (Longmans, Green, 1907). See WorldCat.
  • My Memoirs, by Alexander Dumas, six volumes[?] Introduction by Andrew Lang. London: Methuen; New York: Macmillan, 1907–1909. See WorldCat.


  • “Homer and Anthropology.” Anthropology and the Classics: Six Lectures Delivered before the University of Oxford by Arthur J. Evans, Andrew Lang, Gilbert Murray, F. B. Jevons, J. L. Myres, W. Warde Fawler. Edited Robert Ranulph Marett. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1908. pp. 44–65. See WorldCat.
  • The Book of Princes and Princesses (Longmans, Green, 1908) [“By Mrs. Lang. Edited by Andrew Lang.”]
  • The Maid of France, being the story of the life and death of Jeanne d’Arc (Longmans, Green, 1908) [The Internet Archive scan is of the 1922 new edition, with a preface by Leonora Blanche Lang.]
  • The Origins of Religion (London: Watts, 1908) [Essays, mainly reprinted. The last essay, “Theories of the Origin of Religion,” was new.]
  • Origins of Terms of Human Relationships (London: Henry Frowde, [1909]). See WorldCat.
  • Poems [by Jean Ingelow, Selected and Arranged by Andrew Lang] (Longmans, Green, 1908). See WorldCat.
  • Three Poets of French Bohemia (Portland, ME: Thomas B. Mosher, 1908) See WorldCat. [Roger Lancelyn Green notes that this is a pirate edition (248).]


  • Quentin Durward, by Sir Walter Scott, with introductory essay and notes by Andrew Lang. (London: Macmillan, 1908). See WorldCat.
  • Henry Stuart, Cardinal of York, and his Times, by Alice Shield, with an introduction by Andrew Lang. London: Longmans, 1908.



  • The Scarlet Gown, by Robert Murray. Second edition with additional poems. Introduction by Andrew Lang. Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1909. See WorldCat. See 1894.
  • Hamewith, by Charles Murray. With and Introduction by Andrew Lang. (London: Constable, 1909). See WorldCat.



  • Folk Stories from Southern Nigeria, by Dayrell Elphinstone, with an introduction by Andrew Lang. (Longmans, Green, 1910). See WorldCat.
  • A Good Fight: The Original Version of ‘The Cloister and the Hearth,” by Charles Reade, with an introduction by Andrew Lang. (London: 1910). See WorldCat.


  • The All Sorts of Stories Book (Longmans, Green, 1911) “By Mrs. Lang. Edited by Andrew Lang.”
  • Ballades and Rhymes: From Ballades in Blue China and Rhymes à la Mode (Longmans, 1911). There is a seven-page introduction discussing the poems, first printed thirty years before.
  • Method in the Study of Totemism. Glasgow: Printed at the University Press by Robert MacLehose & Co., Ltd., 1911. See WorldCat. See also in WorldCat Method in the Study of Totemism. By Andrew Lang and Alexander Goldenweiser. This is a reprint from two articles in the journal The American Anthropologist. (Lancaster, Pa.: New Era Print. Co., 1912.)
  • The Poems and Plays of Sir Walter Scott, in two volumes, introduction by Andrew Lang, (J. M. Dent, [1911]) 1
  • Presidential Addresses to the Society for Psychical Research, 1882–1911. [With addresses by Henry Sidgwick; Balfour Stewart; Arthur James Balfour; William James; William Crookes; F W H Myers; Oliver Lodge, Sir; William Barrett, Sir; Charles Richet; Gerald William Balfour Balfour, Earl of; Eleanor Mildred Sidgwick; H Arthur Smith; Andrew Lang.] (Glasgow: Robert Maclehose, 1911. See WorldCat.
  • “Religio Loci.” Contribution to Votiva Tabella. Andrews. See WorldCat.
  • A Short History of Scotland (Blackwood, 1911) [This Internet Archive Scan is from New York: Dodd, Mead, and Company, 1912]

Introductions and Prefaces

  • An Anthology of English Prose (1332–1740), by Annie Barnett and Lucy Dale, with a preface by Andrew Lang. 2 volumes. (Longmans, Green, 1911–1912). See WorldCat. One entry is listed as 1911–1912. The other is listed as 1912.
  • A Study in Nationality, by J. Vyrnvy Morgan. Introduction by Andrew Lang. (London: Chapman Hall, 1911). See WorldCat.
  • The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson in 25 volumes [and the letters, edited by Sidney Colvin in volumes 23–25]. Introduction by Andrew Lang. (London: Chatto and Windus, 1911–1912). See WorldCat.


  • “In Praise of Frugality.” Roger Lancelyn Green notes that this was “Translated from Pope Leo XII. Poem, privately printed by ‘W.F.P’. Limited to 13 copies” (249). It is not listed in WorldCat.
  • “A Iesu Christo ineuntis saeculi auspicia: Ode to the opening century New Year’s Eve.” Pope Leo, Andrew Lang. Publisher: [Hertford]: [Stephen Austin and Sons, Ltd., printers], [1901?, 1912?–Two dates given in brackets on WorldCat] Roger Lancelyn Green notes that this was also limited to 13 copies.


  • Men, Women, and Minxes. By Mrs. Lang [Leonora Blanche Lang], with a prefatory note by Andrew Lang. (London: Longmans, Green, 1912.) See WorldCat. [This prefatory note is extremely short; Leonora Lang’s book came out after Andrew Lang’s death.]


  • Highways and Byways in The Border (Macmillan, 1913) with John Lang.
  • The Strange Story Book (Longmans, Green, 1913) “By Mrs. Lang. Edited by Andrew Lang.”
  • The Poetical Works of Andrew Lang, In Four Volumes, vol. 1, vol. 2, vol.3, vol. 4, Edited by Leonora Blanche Lang, (Longmans, Green, 1923).
  • Old Friends Among the Fairies: Puss in Boots and Other Stories. Chosen from the Fairy Books (1926). See in WorldCat.
  • Tartan Tales From Andrew Lang (New York: Longmans, Green, 1928) edited by Bertha L. Gunterman. See in WorldCat.
  • Andrew Lang and St. Andrews: A Centenary Anthology. (St Andrews University Press, 1944). See in WorldCat.
See also the Internet Archive’s Andrew Lang Collection, where you can download “Over 135 novels, poems, verse, prose, texts, stories, collections, and non-fiction.”
This page was last updated on 19 Feb. 2020.