[This page is still in progress.]


Original Creative Writing

  • Helen of Troy. (Longmans, Green, 1882; New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1882.) (See also the 1913 reissue.)
  • Some of Lang’s ballads also cover classical subjects. See XXXII Ballades in Blue China (Kegan Paul, Trench, 1888).
  • The World’s Desire (Longmans, Green, 1890) with H. Rider Haggard [The Internet Archive scan of this novel given here is from 1918. A manuscript, with clear differences between Lang and Haggard’s handwriting, is preserved by the Norfolk Record Office.]



For Children

  • The Story of the Golden Fleece (Charles H. Kelly, 1903) [Juvenile Audience.] See this entry in WorldCat.
  • Tales of Troy and Greece (Longmans, Green, 1907) (Dedicated to H. Rider Haggard, no preface or introduction)
  • Tales of Troy (Longmans, Green and Co., 1910) [Longmans’ Class-Books of English Literature]
  • Some of the fairy books also contain Greek myths written as fairy stories.
This list was compiled using Roger Lancelyn Green’s Andrew Lang: A Critical Biography, Eleanor De Selms Langstaff’s Andrew Lang, the Andrew Lang listings in Wikipedia, and searches of Internet Archive. WorldCat was consulted when an Internet Archive scan did not exist; however, I did not check WorldCat against every entry (yet). If you are working with a particular text and are unsure of the publication date from other sources, I do recommend that you double-check WorldCat.
Please do contact me if you have any corrections or additions.