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Sir Henry Maximilian Beerbohm (August 24, 1872 – May 20, 1956) was an English parodist and caricaturist.

Works Available Online Edit

  • The Works of Max Beerbohm, with a Bibliography by John Lane (1896)
  • A Defense of Cosmetics (1896)
  • More (1899)
  • The Happy Hypocrite (1906)
  • Yet Again (1909)
  • Zuleika Dobson; or, An Oxford Love Story (1911)
  • A Christmas Garland, Woven by Max Beerbohm (1912)
  • Seven Men (1919; enlarged edition as Seven Men, and Two Others, 1950)
  • Herbert Beerbohm Tree: Some Memories of Him and of His Art (1920, ed. by Max Beerbohm)
  • And Even Now (1920)
  • A Peep into the Past (1923)
  • Around Theatres (1924)
  • A Variety of Things (1928)
  • The Dreadful Dragon of Hay Hill (1928)
  • Lytton Strachey
  • Mainly on the Air (1946; enlarged edition 1957)
  • The Incomparable Max: A Collection of Writings of Sir Max Beerbohm" (1962)
  • Max in Verse: Rhymes and Parodies (1963, ed. by J. G. Riewald)
  • Letters to Reggie Turner (1964, ed. by Rupert Hart-Davis)
  • More Theatres, 1898–1903 (1969, ed. by Rupert Hart-Davis)
  • Selected Prose (1970, ed. by Lord David Cecil)
  • Max and Will: Max Beerbohm and William Rothenstein: Their Friendship and Letters (1975, ed. by Mary M. Lago and Karl Beckson)
  • Letters of Max Beerbohm: 1892–1956 (1988, ed. by Rupert Hart-Davis)
  • Last Theatres (1970, ed. by Rupert Hart-Davis)
  • A Peep into the Past and Other Prose Pieces (1972)
  • Max Beerbohm and "The Mirror of the Past" (1982, ed. Lawrence Danson)