Publications on Edward FitzGerald

SLOAN, G. The Rubaiyat of Edward FitzOmar - Edward FitzGerald, translator of Omar Khayyam's 'The Rubaiyat'. In:American Atheist Magazine, 2002 (winter)

MARTIN, R.B. With friends possessed: a life of Edward FitzGerald. London, 1985.

POLNAY, P. de. Into an old room: a memoir of Edward FitzGerald. - New York, [1949]

TERHUNE, A.M. The life of Edward FitzGerald translator of The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám. New Haven [etc.], 1947

ADAMS, M. In the footsteps of Borrow and FitzGerald. London, Jarrold, n.d. [ca. 1915]

ADAMS, M. Omar's interpreter. London, Priory Press, 1911

BLYTH, J. Edward FitzGerald and "Posh". London, Long, 1908

BENSON, A.C. English men of letters: Edward FitzGerald. London, MacMillan, 1905

WRIGHT, Th. The life of Edward FitzGerald. London, Grant Richards, 1904. 2 vols.

GLYDE, J. The life of Edward FitzGerald, with an introduction by Edward Clodd. London, Pearson, 1900

GROOME, F.H. Two Suffolk friends. Edinburgh and London, Blackwood, 1895

Publications by Edward FitzGerald

The Meadows of Spring, 1831, a collection of verse.

Euphranor: A Dialogue on Youth, 1851

Polonius: A Collection of Wise Saws and Modern Instances, 1852

Six Dramas of Calderón, 1853, translations from the Spanish

Salámán and Absál, 1856, Persian verse

Such Stuff as Dreams are Made of, 1865, a translation of the play La Vida es Sueño by Pedro Calderón de la Barca

The Mighty Magician, 1865, a translation of the play El Mágico Prodigioso by Pedro Calderón de la Barca

Agamemnon: A Tragedy taken from Aeschylus, 1869, a translation of a play

The Downfall and Death of King Oedipus, 1881, translations of two plays by Sophocles

A Bird's-eye View of Faríd-Uddín Attar's Bird-Parliament, published posthumously in 1889

Sea Words and Phrases along the Suffolk Coast.

Letters and Literary Remains, edited by W. A. Wright, 1889

Collected Letters, edited by A. M. Terhune and A. B. Terhune, 1980

For a complete bibliographic list of FitzGerald's works, see: "Notes for a bibliography of Edward FitzGerald" by W.F. Prideaux. New York, Franklin, 1901. Repr. 1968.