Maurice Maeterlinck

Bibliography


Works in French
Serres chaudes : poèmes. – Paris : Léon Vamir, 1889
La princesse Maleine. – Gent : Louis van Melle, 1889
L’intruse ; Les aveugles. – Brussels : P. Lacomblez, 1890
Les sept princesses. – Brussels : P. Lacomblez, 1891
Pelléas et Mélisande. – Brussels : P. Lacomblez, 1892
Alladine et Palomides, Intérieur, et La mort de Tintagiles : trois petits drames pour marionnettes. – Brussels : Collection du Réveil, 1894
Le trésor des humbles. – Paris : Mercure de France, 1896
Aglavaine et Sélysette. – Paris : Mercure de France, 1896
Douze chansons. – Paris : Stock, 1896
Serres chaudes, suivies de quinze chansons. – Brussels: P. Lacomblez, 1900
La vie des abeilles. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1901
Théâtre de Maurice Maeterlinck. – Brussels: Deman, 1902. – 3 vol.
Monna Vanna : pièce en 3 actes. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1902
Joyzelle : pièce en 5 actes. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1903
Le double jardin. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1904
L’intelligence des fleurs. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1907
L’oiseau bleu : féérie en 5 actes et 10 tableaux … – Paris : Fasquelle, 1907
Morceaux choisis. – Paris : Nelson, 1910
La mort. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1913
Marie-Magdeleine : drame en 3 actes. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1913
Les débris de la guerre. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1916
L’hôte inconnu. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1917
Deux contes. – Paris : Crès, 1918
Le miracle de Saint-Antoine. – Paris : Edouard Joseph, 1919
Le bourgmestre de Stilemonde : pièce en 3 actes – Paris : Edouard Joseph, 1919
Les sentiers dans la montagne. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1919
Le grand secret. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1921
Les épîtres de Sénèque. – Lyon : H. Lardanchet, 1921
Les fiançailles. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1922
La puissance des morts. – Paris : Fayard, 1926
Berniquel : comédie inédite en 1 acte. – Paris : Candide, 1926
En Sicile et en Calabre. – Paris : S. Kra, 1927
Marie-Victoire : pièce inédite en 4 actes. – Paris : Fayard, 1927
La vie des termites. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1927
La vie de l’espace. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1928
En Égypte : notes de voyage. – Paris : Chronique des lettres françaises, 1928
Juda de Kérioth : scène inédite. – Paris : Fayard, 1929
La grande féerie. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1929
La vie des fourmis. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1930
L’araignée de verre. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1932
La grande loi. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1933
Avant le grand silence. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1934
La princesse Isabelle : pièce en 20 tableaux. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1935
Le sablier. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1935
L’ombre des ailes. – Paris, Fasquelle, 1936
Devant Dieu. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1937
La grande porte. – Paris : Fasquelle, 1939
L’autre monde, ou le Cadran stellaire. – New York: Editions de la maison française, 1942
Jeanne d’Arc : pièce en 12 tableaux. – Monaco : Editions du Rocher, 1948
Bulles bleues : souvenirs heureux. – Monaco : Editions du Rocher, 1948
Théâtre inédit. – Paris : Del Duca, 1959
 
Translations into English (large selection)
The Princess Maleine / translated by Gerard Harry. – London : Heinemann, 1890
Blind ; The Intruder / translated by Mary Vielé Washington. – Washington, D.C. : W. H. Morrison, 1891
Pelléas and Mélisande : A Drama in Five Acts / translated by Erving Winslow. – New York : Crowell, 1894
The Princess Maleine / translated by Richard Hovey. – New York : Dodd, Mead, 1894
Pelléas and Mélisanda, and The Sightless : Two Plays / translated by Laurence Alma Tadema. – London : Walter Scott, 1895
Aglavaine and Sélysette : A Drama in Five Acts / translated by Alfred Sutro. – London : Grant Richards, 1897
The Treasure of the Humble / translated by Alfred Sutro. – London : George Allen, 1897
Wisdom and Destiny / translated by Alfred Sutro. – London : George Allen, 1898
The Life of the Bee / translated by Alfred Sutro. – New York : Dodd Mead, 1901
Buried Temple / translated by Alfred Sutro. – New York : Dodd Mead, 1902
Monna Vanna : A Play in Three Acts / translated by Alexis Irénée Du Pon Coleman. – New York : Harper, 1903
Monna Vanna : A Drama in Three Acts / translated by Alfred Sutro. – New York : Harper, 1903
The Double Garden / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – London : George Allen, 1904
Joyzelle / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – London : George Allen, 1906
Life and Flowers : Twelve Essays / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – London : George Allen, 1907
The Measure of the Hours / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – New York : Dodd Mead, 1907
The Blue Bird: A Fairy Play in Five Acts / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – London : Methuen, 1909
The Seven Princesses / translated by William Metcalfe. – London : Gowans & Gray, 1909
Mary Magdalene : A Play in Three Acts / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – London : Methuen, 1910
Death / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – London : Methuen, 1911
Three Little Dramas for Marionettes / translated by Alfred Sutro and William Archer. – London : Gowans & Gray, 1911
Hours of Gladness / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – London : G. Allen, 1912
On Emerson And Other Essays / translated by Montrose J. Moses. – New York, Dodd Mead, 1912
Songs / translated by Martin Schütze. – Chicago : Ralph Fletcher Seymour, 1912
Our Eternity / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – New York, Dodd Mead, 1913
The Massacre of the Innocents / translated by Alfred Allinson. – London : Allen & Unwin, 1914
The Unknown Guest / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – London : Methuen, 1914
Poems / done into English verse by Bernard Miall. – New York, Dodd Mead, 1915
The Wrack of the Storm / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – London : Methuen, 1916
A Miracle of Saint Anthony and Five Other Plays / translated by Ralph Roeder. – New York : Boni & Liveright, 1917
The Burgomaster of Stilemonde : A Play in Three Acts / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – London : Methuen, 1918
The Miracle of Saint Anthony / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – London : Methuen, 1918
The Betrothal; or The Blue Bird Chooses : A Fairy Play in Five Acts … / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – London : Methuen, 1919
Mountain Paths / translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos. – New York : Dodd Mead, 1919
The Great Secret / translated by Bernard Miall. – London : Methuen, 1922
Ancient Egypt / translated by Alfred Sutro. – London : Allen & Unwin, 1925
The Life of the White Ant / translated by Alfred Sutro. – London : Allen & Unwin, 1927
The Life of Space / translated by Bernard Miall. – London : Allen & Unwin, 1928
The Life of the Ant / translated by Bernard Miall. – London : Cassell, 1930
The Magic of the Stars / translated by Alfred Sutro. – London : Allen & Unwin, 1930
Pigeons and Spiders / translated by Bernard Miall. – London : Allen & Unwin, 1934
The Supreme Law / translated by K. S. Shelvankar. – London : Rider, 1935
The Hour-Glass / translated by Bernard Miall. – London : Allen & Unwin, 1936
 
Selected criticism
Pasquier, Alex, Maurice Maeterlinck. – Bruxelles : Renaissance du livre, 1950
Compère, Gaston, Le théâtre de Maurice Maeterlinck. – Brussels: Palais des Académies, 1955
Halls, W. D., Maurice Maeterlinck : a Study of his Life and Thought. – Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1960
Postic, Marcel, Maeterlinck et le symbolisme. – Paris : Nizet, 1970
Vedder, Beatrix, Das symbolistische Theater Maurice Maeterlincks. – Frankfurt am Main : Lang, 1978
Maurice Maeterlinck und die deutschsprachige Literatur : eine Dokumentation / herausgegeben von Stefan Gross. – Mindelheim : Sachon, 1985
Konrad, Linn Bratteteig, Modern Drama as Crisis : the Case of Maurice Maeterlinck. – New York : Lang, 1986
Rykner, Arnaud, Maurice Maeterlinck. – Paris : Memini, 1998
McGuinness, Patrick, Maurice Maeterlinck and the Making of Modern Theatre. – Oxford : Oxford Univ. Press, 2000

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