Works of William Carleton available at Project Gutenberg

Note: All the Carleton stories and novels at Project Gutenberg Project are taken from The Works of William Carleton (NY: P. F. Collier Bros. 1881) and are ascribed to various volumes of the same (1, II, or III). The Gutenberg edition - available in HTML with illustrations by M. L. Flanery or in text form - has been produced by David Widger [see infra].

Works of William Carleton @ Gutenberg Project
Note: The links below give access to the Gutenberg index for each title offering a variety of download sites and format options.
  • The Black Baronet; or, The Chronicles Of Ballytrain
  • The Black Prophet: A Tale Of Irish Famine
  • The Emigrants Of Ahadarra
  • The Evil Eye; Or, The Black Spector
  • Fardorougha, The Miser
  • Jane Sinclair; Or, The Fawn Of Springvale
  • Lha Dhu; or, The Dark Day
  • The Tithe-Proctor: A Tale of Tithe Rebellion in Ireland
  • Valentine M’Clutchy, The Irish Agent
  • Willy Reilly and his Cooleen Bawn
  • [ link ]
    [ link ]
    [ link ]
    [ link ]
    [ link ]
    [ link ]
    [ link ]
    [ link ]
    [ link ]
    [ link ]
  • “The Dead Boxer”
  • “Ellen Duncan”, and “The Proctor’s Daughter”
  • “Going to Maynooth”
  • “The Hedge School”; “The Midnight Mass”; “The Donagh”
  • The Ned M’Keown Stories [“Ned M’Keown”, “The Three Tasks”,
        “Shane Fadh’s Wedding”; “Larry M’Farland’s Wake”; “The Battle  of the Factions”]
  • Phelim O’Toole’s Courtship and Other Stories
  • “Phil Purcel, The Pig-Driver”; “The Geography of an Irish Oath”; “The Lianhan Shee”
  • “The Poor Scholar”
  • “The Station”; “Party Fight And Funeral”; “Lough Derg Pilgrim”
  • [ link ]
    [ link ]
    [ link ]
    [ link ]
    [ link ]

    [ link ]
    [ link ]
    [ link ]
    [ link ]
    Note: Direct access to the digital texts corresponding to each title listed below is available from this page, by-passing the Gutenberg index pages.
     
    See also Gutenberg’s “Stories by English Authors: Ireland” - a collection that contains short fiction by Anon. (“The Banshee”), Jane Barlow (“A Lost Recruit”), John Banim (“The Rival Dreamers”), William Carleton (“Neal Malone”), George H. Jessop (“The Emergency Men”) and Samuel Lover (“The Gridiron”) [go online].

    [ top ]
    Illustrated Stories and Tales of the Irish / by William Carleton: ed. by David Widger [Project Gutenberg Edns.], with the engravings by M. L. Flanery
    Contents
    Vol. I:
    Willy Reilly [with pref. of 2nd edn.];
    Fardorougha, The Miser
    Black Baronet
    The Evil Eye
    Vol. II
    Jane Sinclair
    “Lha Dhu”
    “The Dead Boxer”
    “Ellen Duncan”
    The Proctor’s Daughter;
    Valentine M’Clutchy;
    The Tithe-Proctor;
    The Emigrants Of Ahadarra;
    Vol. III
    [Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry, with Introduction to the 1843 Edn.]
    “Ned M’Keown
    “The Three Tasks”
    “Shane Fadh’s Wedding”
    “Larry M’Farland’s Wake”
    “The Battle Of The Factions”
    “The Station”
    “The Party Fight And Funeral”
    “The Lough Derg Pilgrim”
    “The Hedge School”
    “The Midnight Mass”
    “The Donagh”
    “Phil Purcel, The Pig-Driver”
    “The Geography Of An Irish Oath”
    “The Lianhan Shee”
    “Going To Maynooth”
    “The Poor Scholar”
    The Black Prophet
    “Phelim O’Toole’s Courtship”
    “Wildgoose Lodge”
    Tubber Derg
    Neal Malone
    Art Maguire
    Note that each link will take you to the story of that title in a new window rather than to the table of contents.

     

    [ close ]

    [ top ]