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This index lists all of Sutcliff's works, sorted into historical fiction (with which this wiki is mainly concerned), other formats and genres, adaptations, and collected editions.

For a chronological ordering of her historical fiction, see Chronology.

Historical fictionEdit

Children's novelsEdit

  1. The Chronicles of Robin Hood (1950), illus. C. Walter Hodges
  2. The Queen Elizabeth Story (1950), illus. C. Walter Hodges
  3. The Armourer's House (1951), illus. C. Walter Hodges
  4. Brother Dusty-Feet (1952), illus. C. Walter Hodges
  5. The Witch's Brat (1970), illus. Robert Micklewright (UK), Richard Lebenson (US)
  6. Flame-Coloured Taffeta (1986)

Young adult novelsEdit

  1. Simon (1953), illus. Richard Kennedy
  2. The Eagle of the Ninth (1954), illus. C. Walter Hodges
  3. Outcast (1955), illus. Richard Kennedy
  4. The Shield Ring (1956), illus. C. Walter Hodges
  5. The Silver Branch (1957), illus. Charles Keeping
  6. Warrior Scarlet (1958), illus. Charles Keeping
  7. The Lantern Bearers (1959), illus. Charles Keeping
  8. Knight's Fee  (1960), illus. Charles Keeping
  9. Dawn Wind (1961), illus. Charles Keeping
  10. The Mark of the Horse Lord (1965), illus, Charles Keeping
  11. Blood Feud (1976)
  12. Sun Horse, Moon Horse (1977), illus. Shirley Felts
  13. Song for a Dark Queen (1978)
  14. Frontier Wolf (1980)
  15. Bonnie Dundee (1983)
  16. The Shining Company (1990)
  17. Sword Song (1997)

Adult novelsEdit

  1. Lady in Waiting (1956)
  2. The Rider of the White Horse (US: Rider on a White Horse, 1959)
  3. Sword at Sunset (1963)
  4. The Flowers of Adonis (1969)
  5. Blood and Sand (1987)

Short storiesEdit

Note: Eight short stories were published individually as illustrated books. At least three of these had originally appeared in anthologies. At least four more stories were published only in anthologies.

Title Date Illustrator Note
The Bridge-Builders 1959 Douglas Relf 1959 in Another 6, ed. Richard Armstrong[1]
The Fugitives 1964 Charles Keeping in Miscellany One, ed. Edward Blishen[2]
A Saxon Settler 1965 John Lawrence in People of the Past series
A Circlet of Oak Leaves 1968 Victor Ambrus 1965 in Winter's Tales for Children 1, ed. Caroline Hillier[3]
The Chief's Daughter 1967 Victor Ambrus 1966 in The Eleanor Farjeon Book, ed. Naomi Lewis[4]
Swallows in the Spring 1970 Charles Keeping in Galaxy, ed. Gabrielle Maunder[5]
The Truce of the Games (A Crown of Wild Olive) 1971 Victor Ambrus retitled "A Crown of Wild Olive"
Heather, Oak, and Olive 1972 Victor Ambrus "The Chief's Daughter"

"A Circlet of Oak Leaves"

"A Crown of Wild Olive"

The Capricorn Bracelet 1973 Charles Keeping 6 stories
The Changeling 1974 Victor Ambrus
We Lived in Drumfyvie 1975 14 stories, with Margaret Lyford-Pike
Shifting Sands 1977 Laszlo Acs
Flowering Dagger 1977 in The Real Thing, ed. Peggy Woodford[6][7]
Eagle's Egg 1981 Victor Ambrus
The Hundredth Feather 1984 in Hundreds and Hundreds, ed. Peter Dickinson[8]
Eagle's Honour 1995 Victor Ambrus "A Circlet of Oak Leaves"

"Eagle's Egg"

Myths and legends Edit

These novels for children retain some or all of their traditional fantastic elements, and are not set at precise points in history.

Other fiction Edit

Picture booksEdit

Stage, screen, and radioEdit

  • Unidentified play on Joan of Arc, written late 1963[9]
  • Stories from Scottish History series (Scottish Home Service, 1947-1972)[10]
    • "The New Laird" in Stories from Scottish History series (Scottish Home Service, 7 May 1966)[11]
    • Unidentified episodes adapted into The Capricorn Bracelet (1973)
  • "The Garrison", play written early 1968[12]
  • Ghost Story, US: Madhouse Mansion (screenplay, 1974)[13]
  • Unidentified radio plays adapted into We Lived In Drumfyvie (1975)
  • Mary Bedell (play, 1986)[14][15]

As editor Edit

  • Is Anyone There? (with Monica Dickens, charity anthology, 1978)[16]
  • The Hodder and Stoughton Library of Great Historical Novels, chosen by Rosemary Sutcliff[17]

Non-fiction Edit

BooksEdit

  • Rudyard Kipling (The Bodley Head Monographs series, 1960)
  • Batsford Living History Series:
    • Houses and History (1960)
    • Heroes and History (1965)
  • Blue Remembered Hills: A Recollection (1983)
  • My Downs (1988) 15-copy edition of 1962 radio text.[18][19]

Articles and essays Edit

  • "Beginning with Beowulf" in Horn Book, vol. 29 (February 1953), pp. 36-38[20][21][22]
  • "Combined Ops" in The Junior Bookshelf, Vol. 24, No. 3 (July 1960)[23]
  • "Kipling for Children" in The Kipling Journal, No. 156 (Dec. 1965). Condensed Rudyard Kipling monograph.
  • "The Man Who Died at Sea" in The House of the Nightmare and Other Eerie Tales (ed. Kathleen Lines, 1967)[24]
  • "One of the wheelchair brigade" in The Times, 4 May 1970[25]
  • "History is People" at Children's Literature in Education conference, Exeter, 1971. Published in Children and Literature: Views and Reviews (ed. Virginia Haviland, 1973)[26]
  • "Lost Summer" in The Thorny Paradise: Writers on writing for children (ed. Edward Blishen, 1975)[27]
  • "Still in the Making" in School Bookshop News (March 1976)[28][29]
  • "Kim" in Children's Literature in Education, Vol. 13, No. 4 (Dec. 1982)[30]
  • "Novelist's Hat and Minstrel's Bonnet" in Bookmark, vol. 11 (Sept. 1983).[31] Collected in The Best of Bookmark: Children's writers talk about their work (ed. Jeffrey Aldridge, 1994)[32]
  • "History and Time" at Children's Literature New England Travelers in Time conference, Cambridge, 1989. Published in Travelers in Time: Past, Present, and to Come, CLNE (1990)[33]
  • "Rosemary Sutcliff" in Speaking for Ourselves: Autobiographical Sketches by Notable Authors of Books for Young Adults (ed. Donald R. Gallo, 1990)[34]

Radio and television Edit

  • Untitled talk on For Your Bookshelf (BBC Home Service Basic, 9 April 1962)[35]
  • My Downs (BBC Home Service Basic, 19 August 1962)[36]
  • BBC "For Schools and Colleges" programming:
    • "Athens and Sparta (i)" on Men in History (BBC One London, 14 Nov. 1966)[37]
    • "Athens and Sparta (ii)" on Men in History (BBC One London, 21 Nov. 1966)[38]
    • "England and Her Neighbours: Wales" on Men in History (BBC One London, 24 April 1967)[39]
    • "England and Her Neighbours: Scotland" on Men in History (BBC One London, 1 May 1967)[40]
  • Talk on Cranford by Mrs. Gaskell on Reading and Re-reading (BBC Network 3, 12 May 1967)[41]

Interviews Edit

  • Justin Wintle and Emma Fisher, The Pied Pipers: Interviews with the influential creators of children's literature. London and New York : Paddington Press Ltd, 1974.[42]
  • Cornelia Jones and Olivia R. Way, British Children's Authors: Interviews at Home. Chicago : American Library Association, 1976.[43]
  • Roy Plomley, Desert Island Discs. First broadcast BBC Radio 4, Saturday 1 October, 1983.
  • Raymond H. Thompson, "Interview with Rosemary Sutcliff". Avalon to Camelot, 1986. University of Rochester: The Camelot Project, 1999.
  • John Withrington, "An Interview with Rosemary Sutcliff". Quondam et Futurus, Vol. 1, No. 4 (Winter 1991), pp. 53-60.

Unpublished papers Edit

Fiction juvenilia Edit

  • "Summer [Something]" or "[Something] Summer" (1940s), first novel described in "Lost Summer" article, manuscript destroyed.[44]
  • Wild Sunrise (1940s), novel about the Roman conquest of Britain, manuscript lost.[45]
  • Collection of British legends (1940s), submitted to Oxford University Press by Col. Crookenden.[46]

Diaries Edit

  • Held by literary executor Anthony Lawton, excerpted on rosemarysutcliff.com[47]

Letters and archives Edit

  • Rosemary Sutcliff papers in de Grummond Collection, University of Southern Mississippi[48]
    • Script of radioplay "The New Laird", Stories from Scottish History, Scottish Home Service, 1966.
    • Book of notes for three stories: The Red Dragon, The Lantern Bearer, The Amber Dolphin
  • Rosemary Sutcliff Letters, Toronto Public Library[49]
    • 83 letters, 14 Christmas cards, 7 'Round Robins', to Christina Duff Stewart, 1958-1991
    • 2 Christmas ornaments and other gifts
    • Clippings and photographs
    • Copies of 11 of Sutcliff's books including no. 2 copy of My Downs (1988)
  • Seven Stories, National Centre for Children's Books. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK[50]
    • 11 letters to Barbara Leonie Picard, 1955-1961
    • The J. A. Cowie Collection of Rosemary Sutcliff correspondence (1965-1989)
    • 2 audio recordings with Kaye Webb
  • The Bodley Head "Adult Editorial" files[51]
    • 39 letters, 1974-1982. Revisions to The Light Beyond the Forest, draft introductions to The Road to Camlann, The Sword and the Circle.

AdaptationsEdit

The Armourer's House Edit

  • "The Armourer's House", 5 parts, ad. Marilyn Fox, on Jackanory, BBC One London, 20-24 Dec 1971[52][53]

Blue Remembered Hills Edit

  • "Blue Remembered Hills", 7 parts, ad. Pat McLoughlin, Woman's Hour, BBC Radio 4, 27 Feb-7 March 1986[54][55]

Blood and Sand Edit

  • Love and Death in Arabia / Red Hot Sea (Takarazuka Revue musical, 2008)[56]

Blood Feud Edit

  • The Sea Dragon (Thames Television, 1990)[57]

Brother Dusty-Feet Edit

  • "Brother Dusty Feet: A Chronicle of the Road", 5 parts, ad. Nan MacDonald, on Children's Hour, BBC Home Service, 24 Feb-24 March 1954[58][59]
  • Brother Dusty-Feet: A Chronicle of the Road, 6 parts, ad. Nan MacDonald, BBC Home Service, 9 July-6 Aug 1964[60][61]
  • "Brother Dusty Feet", on Jackanory, BBC One London, 18-22 September 1967[62][63]

The Capricorn Bracelet Edit

  • Adapted from scripts written for Stories from Scottish History, BBC Radio Scotland, prior to 1973

Dawn Wind Edit

  • Dawn Wind, 6 parts, ad. Felix Felton, BBC Home Service, 24 August-28 September 1962[64][65]

The Eagle of the Ninth Edit

  • "The Eagle of the Ninth", 3 parts, ad. Michael Hyde, on For the Schools, BBC Home Service, 10-24 June 1955[66][67]
  • "The Eagle of the Ninth", 6 parts, ad. Felix Felton, on Children's Hour, BBC Home Service, 27 Feb-3 April 1957.[68][69] Rebroadcast 1958, 1959, 1963[70]
  • "The Eagle of the Ninth", 10 parts, ad. Felix Felton & Susan Ashman, on Story Time, BBC Radio 4, 9-20 Aug 1971[71][72]
  • The Eagle of the Ninth, 6 parts, ad. Bill Craig, BBC One London, 4 September-9 October 1977[73][74]
  • The Eagle of the Ninth: A Play, ad. Mary Renstan (1991)[75][76]
  • The Eagle of the Ninth, 4 parts, ad. Sean Darner, Children's BBC Radio 4, 2-23 June 1996[77])[78]
  • The Eagle (film, 2011)

The King Arthur Trilogy Edit

  • "The Sword and the Circle", ad. Olwen Wymark, Cat's Whiskers, BBC Radio 4 FM, 3 August 1987[79]

Knight's Fee Edit

  • "Knight's Fee", 5 parts, ad. Christine Secombe, Jackanory, BBC One London, 15-19 November 1982[80][81]

The Lantern Bearers Edit

  • "The Lantern Bearers", 6 parts, ad. Felix Felton, Children's Hour, BBC Home Service, 19 Feb-26 March 1961[82][83]
  • "The Lantern Bearers", 10 parts, ad. Monica Grey, Story Time, BBC Radio 4, 6-17 August 1984[84][85]

The Mark of the Horse Lord Edit

  • "The Mark of the Horse Lord", 6 parts, ad. Ian Wishart, on Story Time, BBC Home Service, 27 Oct-1 Dec 1966[86][87]

Outcast Edit

  • "Outcast", 6 parts, ad. David Scott Daniel, Story Time, BBC Home Service, 19 May-23 June 1965[88][89]

Simon Edit

  • "Simon", 2 parts, ad. Philippa Pearce, For the Schools, BBC Home Service, 15-22 March 1955[90][91]
  • "Simon", 4 parts, ad. Felix Felton, Children's Hour, BBC Home Service, 10 June-1 July 1959[92][93]

Song for a Dark Queen Edit

  • The play of Song for a Dark Queen, ad. Nigel Bryant (1984)[94]

Sword at Sunset Edit

  • Sword at Sunset, ad. James Beagon (play, 2014)[95]

Tristan and Iseult Edit

  • "Tristan and Isolde", 5 parts, ad. Marilyn Fox, Jackanory, BBC One London, 4-8 March 1974[96][97]

Warrior Scarlet Edit

  • "Warrior Scarlet", 3 parts, ad. Edward Blishen, For the Schools, BBC Home Service, 22 Jan-5 Feb 1960[98][99][100]
  • "Warrior Scarlet", 5 parts, ad. Ann Finucane, Jackanory, BBC One London, 14-18 October 1974[101][102]

We Lived in Drumfyvie Edit

  • Adapted from scripts written for unidentified radioplay series, prior to 1975

Collected editionsEdit

Heather, Oak, and Olive (1972)[103]

Three Legions (1980)[104], see also The Eagle of the Ninth Chronicles

The Best of Rosemary Sutcliff (1987)[105]

The King Arthur Trilogy (1990)[106]

Eagle's Honour (1995)[107]

The Eagle of the Ninth Chronicles (2010)[108], see also Three Legions

Other bibliographiesEdit

  1. Sandra Garside-Neville, Rosemary Sutcliff: An Appreciation. Solander 8, December 2000, 6-8. blueremembered.blogspot.com 9 April 2012.
  2. Anthony Lawton, rosemarysutcliff.com
  3. Fantastic Fiction: Rosemary Sutcliff
  4. Wikipedia: Rosemary Sutcliff

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