Edward Carpenter








Modern Science: a Criticism. Pp. 75. John Heywood, Manchester and London, 1885.

Co-operative Production: with reference to the experiment of Leclaire. A lecture given at the Hall of Science, Sheffield, 1883. Published by John Heywood, Manchester, 1883. Pp. 16.      

the same.  Second edition.   The Modern Press, 13, Paternoster Row, London, 1886.   


England's Ideal. A Tract reprinted from To-day, May 1884. Pp. 22. John Heywood, Manchester and London, 1885.


Modern Moneylending, and the Meaning of Dividends.  John Heywood, 1883.
the same. Second edition, 1885.  Pp.28.


Desirable Mansions. A Tract reprinted from Progress, June 1883. Pp.16. John Heywood, 1883.

the same.  Second edition.  The Modern Press, London, 1886.

Third edition, 1887.


Social Progress and Individual Effort. Reprinted from To-day, February 1885. Pp.13. The Modern Press, London, 1886.


The Enchanted  Thicket: an Appeal to the "Well-to-do," by Edward Carpenter, late Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge: being a reprint by permission from the book England's Ideal. For private circulation, 1889. Pp. 12.


Civilization, Exfoliation, and Custom. Published by Humboldt Library of Science, New York, 1891. Pirated from Civilization: its Cause and Cure. Pp. 65.


Modern Science and Defence of Criminals. Humboldt Library, 1891. Also pirated from Civilisation: its Cause and Cure. Pp. 53.


Our Parish and our Duke: a Letter to the Parishioners of Holmesfield, in Derbyshire. Four-page leaflet, published by the author, 1889. (Two editions about 10,000 each.) Also printed in full in the London Star,
July 8, 1889.


The Village and the Landlord. An adaptation of the foregoing. Published by the Fabian Society (Tract No. 136). London, 1907.


A Letter Relating to the Case of the Walsall Anarchists. Four-page leaflet. Reprinted from freedom, December 1892.


Intorao alia Protezione degli animali (four-page leaflet). Reprinted from II Lavoro (Genoa) of May 18, 1906.


Empire: in India and Elsewhere.   Pp. 20.    London, A. C. Fifield, 1900.

the same.    New edition, 1906.    Published by Fifield, for the Humani­tarian League.


A Letter to the Employees of the Midland and other Railway Companies. Four-page leaflet. Fillingham, Sheffield. Signed " E. C., on behalf of the Sheffield Socialist Society, Commonwealth Cafe," November 1886.


Boer and Briton. Four-page leaflet. Labour Press, Manchester, January 7, 1900. (Two editions 5,000 each.)


Proof of Taylor's Theorem in the Differential Calculus. By Edward Car­penter and R. F. Muirhead. Four-page pamphlet, with orange cover. Extracted from the Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society, vol. xii. Session 1893-4.


Sex love: and its Place in a Free  Society. Pp. 24. Labour Press,

Manchester, 1894.  Second edition, 1894. 


Woman: and her Place in a Free Society. Pp. 40.  Labour Press, Manchester, 1894.     


Marriage in Free Society.  Pp. 48 (5,000 copies).  Labour Press, Manchester, 1894.    


Homogenic Love :  and its Place In a Free Society.  (Printed for private circulation only.) Pp. 52.  Manchester, 1894.


An Unknown People.  Reprinted from the Reformer.  Pp. 37.  London, A. and H. B. Bonner, 1897. (Brown and gold cover.)
the same. Second edition, 1905. (Plain brown cover.)


Fly, Messenger! Fly: being a reprint (8 pages) from Towards Democracy, by permission. For private circulation only.  Tring, 1894.


The Wreck of Modern Industry: and its Reorganization. Pamphlet, pp. 16. National Labour Press, Manchester, 1909.


Non-Governmental Society. Originally a chapter in Forecasts of the Coming Century, 1897; afterwards in Prisons, Police, and Punishment. Pp. 32. Reprinted separately, and published by A. C. Fifield, London, 1911.


Vivisection. By Edward Carpenter and Edward Maitland. Two Addresses given before the Humanitarian League. Fifty-four page pamphlet. London, W. Reeves, 1893.


Vivisection. By Edward Carpenter. Pp. 12. Another Address given before the Humanitarian League. Published at 53, Chancery Lane, London, 1904.

Vivisection. Two Addresses by Edward Carpenter (being the above two Addresses). Revised edition. London, Fifield, 1905.


The Art of Creation.  Being the second Anniversary Lecture of the Larmer Sugden Memorial, delivered at the William Morris Labour Church, at Leeds, by Edward Carpenter, and printed at Hanley, in Staffordshire, 1903


The Inner Self.  Report of a lecture given at King's Weigh House Church, London, November 7, 1912, and published (pp. 8) by the Christian Commonwealth Company, 1912.


St. George and the Dragon: a Play in Three Acts for children and young folk. Dedicated to the I.L.P. clubs.   Labour Press, Manchester, 1895.

Second edition, 1908.


The Need of a Rational and Humane Science: a lecture given before the Humanitarian League. Published at 53, Chancery Lane, London, 1896. Pp. 33.

the same. Reprinted as a chapter in Humane Science Lectures by various authors. London, George Bell, 1897, and incorporated in


Civilization : its Cause and Cure, edition 1906.


British Aristocracy and the House of Lords. Pp. 36. Reprinted from the Albany Review of April, 1908. London, Fifield, 1908.


The Smoke-Nuisance and Smoke-Preventing Appliances.   Pp. 8. Being a report of a lecture given at the Firth College, Sheffield, October 2J, 1889. Publishers, Leader & Sons, Sheffield.