Bibliography

This list brings together all the bibliographies provided for individual studies or collections of resources. It contains details of Q’s sources and the references cited in the material presented on this site.

References Sources
Quiller-Couch, A. (1909). True Tilda. London: T. Nelson & Sons. P & Q: Alfred Parsons, Arthur Quiller-Couch, The Warwickshire Avon and True Tilda | The Family of Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
Quiller-Couch, A. (1910). Lady Good-for-Nothing. London: Thomas Nelson & Sons. The Forebears of Jonathan Couch and Associated Families | A Lecture on Tradition and Orthodoxy: a study | Thomas Bond and The Mayor of Troy | John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Quiller-Couch, A. (1910). Corporal Sam and Other Stories. London: J.M. Dent & Sons. The Stories of Q Inspired by the Peninsular War
Quiller-Couch, A. (1912). Hocken and Hunken. Edinburgh and London. Blackwood. Reflections on Hocken and Hunken
Quiller-Couch, A. (1914.). Introduction to 'Isabella' by John Keats. (edited, M. Robertson). Cambridge University Press. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Quiller-Couch, A. (1915). Nicky Nan Reservist. London and Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons. Lectures on Byron & Shelley: a study | Bertha Couch and her Writing of the Life of Jonathan Couch | Reflections on Hocken and Hunken
Quiller-Couch, A. (1916). The Art of Writing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The Philosophical Context of 'I Saw Three Ships': a study
Quiller-Couch, A. (1918). Studies in Literature I. Cambridge University Press. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets | The Stories of Q Inspired by the Peninsular War
Quiller-Couch, A. (1918). Studies in Literature II. Cambridge University Press. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Quiller-Couch, A. (1918). Studies in Literature. First Series. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The Life and Writings of Richard Quiller Couch
Quiller-Couch, A. (1920). On the Art of Reading. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. A Lecture on Tradition and Orthodoxy: a study
Quiller-Couch, A. (1922). Studies in Literature, The Victorian Age. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The Ship of Stars: a study | Lectures on some Seventeenth Century Poets: a study | The Life and Writings of Richard Quiller Couch | The Stories of Q Inspired by the Peninsular War | The Forebears of Jonathan Couch and Associated Families
Quiller-Couch, A. (1927). Lecture on Lectures. London: Hogarth. A Lecture on Lectures: a study
Quiller-Couch, A. (1928). Hetty Wesley. Duchy Dent. The Forebears of Jonathan Couch and Associated Families
Quiller-Couch, A. (1928). Major Vigoureux. Duchy Edition. London: Dent. Lectures on the Art of Reading: a study
Quiller-Couch, A. (1943). 'On the Lineage of English Literature', On the Art of Writing. London: J.M. Dent & Sons. P & Q: Alfred Parsons, Arthur Quiller-Couch, The Warwickshire Avon and True Tilda
Quiller-Couch, A. (1944). Memories and Opinions. Oxford: Oxford University Press. A Lecture on Tradition and Orthodoxy: a study | The Life and Writings of Richard Quiller Couch | The Scientific Thinking of Dr Thomas Quiller Couch: a study | Ia, a Love Story: a study | John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets | The Family of Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch | The Forebears of Jonathan Couch and Associated Families | The Descendants of Jonathan Couch | The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters | Q's Family and Dead Man's Rock: a study | Poison Island: a study | The Ship of Stars: a study | The Philosophical Context of 'I Saw Three Ships': a study | Noughts and Crosses: a study | A Lecture on Lectures: a study
Quiller-Couch, A. and du Maurier, D. (1962). Castle Dor. London: Dent. The Philosophical Context of 'I Saw Three Ships': a study | Lectures on the Art of Reading: a study | The Life and Writings of Richard Quiller Couch | Bertha Couch and her Writing of the Life of Jonathan Couch
Quiller-Couch, A. and Wilson, J.D. (Eds) (1921). The Tempest. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Poison Island: a study Poison Island
Quiller-Couch, L. (1892). Reminiscences of Oxford by Oxford Men 1559-1850, Oxford Historical Society, vol. XXII. Oxford. Clarendon Press. The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, L. (1894). 'Dillons's Maid' 'Dillons's Maid' The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, L. (1896). 'The Reward of a Woman'. 'The Reward of a Woman'. The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, L. (1898). A Spanish Maid. London Dodd Mead & Co and Service and Paton The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, L. (1901). 'The Hand at the Window'. 'The Hand at the Window'. The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, L. (1901). 'The Painter from Parker's'. 'The Painter from Parker's'. The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, L. (1901). 'How I Saved Cousin Eleanor'. 'How I Saved Cousin Eleanor'. The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1896). The Recovery of Jane Vercoe and Other Stories. Bristol J.W. Arrowsmith The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1897). Some Western Folk. Marshall & Son The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1901). 'The Trodden Path'. 'The Trodden Path'. The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1901). Paul the Courageous. S.W. Partridge & Co. The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1906). Zach and Debby, Their Trials and Triumphs. Religious Tract Society. The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1906). The Carroll Girls or How the Sisters Helped. Hodder & Stoughton. The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1907). A Pair of Red Polls. T.C. and E.C. John
Quiller-Couch, M. (1909). Kitty Trenire. Thomas Belson The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1910). The Story of Jessie. Religious Tract Society. The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1910). The Mean-Wells. Wells Gardner The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1910). On Windycross Moor. Collins Clear-Type Press The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1911). Better than Play. Religious Tract Society The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1912). Dick and Brownie. Religious Tract Society The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1914). Cornwall's Wonderland. London. Noughts and Crosses: a study
Quiller-Couch, M. (1915). Anxious Audrey. SPCK. The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1919). The Making of Mona. SPCK. The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. (1920). A Cottage Rose. Harrop. The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Quiller-Couch, M. and L. (1894). Ancient and Holy Wells of Cornwall. London Chas. C. Clark The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters
Rabey, I. (1949). The Book of St Columb and St Mawgan. Private publication. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Ratzinger, R. (Pope Benedict XVI) (2007). Jesus of Nazareth. New York: Doubleday. Lectures on the Art of Reading: a study
Ridge, H. (1949). Cornwall Parish Registers, Gulval, 1813-37. Private publication. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets
Rodger, N.A.M. (2004). The Command of the Ocean. A Naval History of Britain,1649-1815 London: Lane. The Blue Pavilions: a study
Rowe, J. (1993). Cornwall in the Age of the Industrial Revolution, 2nd ed. St Austell: Hillside. John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets | The Medical Training of Jonathan Couch: a study | The Life and Writings of Richard Quiller Couch | Thomas Bond and The Mayor of Troy
Rowntree, S. (1901). Poverty, a Study of Town Life. London: Macmillan & Co. The Life and Writings of Richard Quiller Couch
Rowse, A.L. Quiller-Couch. A Portrait of Q. London: Methuen. The Mayor of Troy: a study | P & Q: Alfred Parsons, Arthur Quiller-Couch, The Warwickshire Avon and True Tilda | The Forebears of Jonathan Couch and Associated Families | The Literary Careers of Mabel and Lilian Quiller-Couch, Q’s Sisters | Harry Revel: a study | The Ship of Stars: a study | Noughts and Crosses: a study | A Lecture on Tradition and Orthodoxy: a study
Rowse, A.L. (1927). On History. London: Kegan Paul. The Philosophical Context of 'I Saw Three Ships': a study | A Lecture on Tradition and Orthodoxy: a study | Lectures on Byron & Shelley: a study
Rowse, A.L. (1931). Politics and the Younger Generation. London: Faber & Faber. The Philosophical Context of 'I Saw Three Ships': a study
Rowse, A.L. (1941). Tudor Cornwall. London: Cape. The Philosophical Context of 'I Saw Three Ships': a study | John Keats in Context: a Study of the Keats or Keate Family in the Context of Q's Studies of the Romantic Poets | The Forebears of Jonathan Couch and Associated Families
Rowse, A.L. (1942). A Cornish Childhood: Autobiography of a Cornishman. London: Cape.
Rowse, A.L. (1946). The Use of History London: Hodder.