Boysen, A., ed.

Engelske Læsestykker.  2nd ed.  A. Conan Doyle: A Night among the Nihilists.  Jerome K. Jerome. Clocks.  København, Otto Schwartz ‘s Forlag, 1893.

20-27, “Clocks.”  (from Diary of a Pilgrimage and Six Essays).

 

Greenbank, Thomas King

The British Orator, Comprising Observations on Verbal Gymnastics…   London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1901.

501-4, “Hanging a Picture”  (from Three Men in a Boat, chapter III). 

 

Carpenter, J.E.

The Popular Elocutionist and Reciter.  London, Fredeick Unwin, 1902.

566-68, “Hanging a Picture.”  (from Three Men in a Boat, chapter III).

 

Clark, Solomon Henry, ed.

Handbook of Best Readings.  New York, Scribner, 1902.

173-81, “On Babies.”  (from Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow).

196-9, “Imaginary Invalid.”  (from Three Men in a Boat, chapter I).

 

Groth, Ernst

Collection of Tales and Sketches.   Bielefeld und Leipzig, Velhagen & Klasing, 1903.

84-94, “On Furnished Apartments.”  (from Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow).

 

Pearson, Cyril Arthur, ed.

Pearson’s Humorous Reciter and Reader.  London, C. Arthur Pearson, 1904.

340-    , “A Most Uncommon Patient.”            (from Three Men in a Boat, chapter I).        

Reprinted 1913.

     

Chambers’s Effective Reciter, Containing Selections from the Works of George Meredith, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir Gilbert Parker, Anthony Hope, John Oxenham, Jerome K. Jerome, Dora Sigerson Shorter, Q and Many Others.  Edited by R. C. H. Morison. London, W. & R. Chambers, 1905.

414-17, “A Chat about Home-Made Furniture” (Adapted from “On the Exceptional Merit Attaching to Things we Meant to Do” in The Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow).

(Reprinted in Idle Thoughts no. 12, March 1992, pp. 18-20).

 

Hammerton, J. A.

English Humorists of To-day.   London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1907.

41-51, “On Learning a Foreign Language.” (from Three Men on the Bummel).

 

Blackman, Robert D.

Voice, Speech and Gesture.  A Practical Handbook to the Elecutionary Art.  Edinburgh, John Grant, 1912.

368-78,  Stage-land.”  (abridged texts of all male character descriptions and The Child).

539-44, “That Telephone.”  (from Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow).

689-95, “A Charming Woman.”  (from Sketches in Lavender, Blue and Green).

 

Calvert, Lilian, ed.

English Books for Russian Readers…  3. The Materialisation of Charles and Mivanway.

Viborg, N. P. Karbasnikoff, 1916.  (from Sketches in Lavender, Blue and Green)

 

Dawson Scott, C. A., ed.

27 Humorous Tales.  Hutchinson, [1926?]

 

Rhys, Ernest, and C. A. Dawson Scott, eds.

28 Humorous Stories, Old and New, by Twenty and Eight Authors.   New York, Appleton, 1926.

222-39, “Mrs. Korner Sins her Mercies.” (from The Passing of the Third Floor Back and Other Stories).

 

Sayers, Dorothy L., ed.

Great Short Stories of Detection, Mystery and Horror.  1st Series.   London, Gollancz, 1928.

Part 2, Mystery and Horror.

246-52, “The Dancing Partner.”  (from Novel Notes, chapter XI).

 

Sayers, Dorothy L., ed.

The Omnibus of Crime.    New York, Payson & Clarke Ltd, 1929.

809-15, “The Dancing Partner.”

 

World’s Greatest Romances.   W. J. Black, 1929.

“The Passing of the Third Floor Back.”

 

Farma, William Joseph, ed.

Prose, Poetry and Drama for Oral InterpretationFirst Series.   Harper, 1930.

38-41,  “The Art of Angling.”  (from Three Men in a Boat, chapter XVII).

 

Oliphant, Lancelot

Great Comic Scenes from English Literature.  London, Gregg, 1930.

213-6, “Harris Sings a Comic Song.”  (from Three Men in a Boat, chapter VIII).

 

The Standard Comic Reciter.    Ward, Lock, 1930.

 

Wodehouse, P.G., ed.

A Century of Humour.   London, Hutchinson, 1935.

 

Cooper, Alice Cecilia & D. Fallon, eds.

Essays Then and Now.  Boston, Ginn and Company, 1937.

3-6,  “Hanging a Picture.” (from Three Men in a Boat, chapter III).

 

The Mammoth Book of Thrillers, Ghosts and Mysteries. Odhams Press, 1936.

“The Dancing Partner.”

 

Blankenship, Russell, W. H. Nash and P. Warner, eds.

Literature we Appreciate.  New York, Scribner, 1940.

721-38,  “The Passing of the Third Floor Back.”

 

Goodspeed, Charles Eliot, comp.

A Treasury of Fishing Stories.   Barnes, 1946.

575-80,  “Story-telling on the Thames.” (from Three Me, in a Boat, chapter XVII).

 

Harré, Thomas Everett, ed.

Treasures of the Kingdom: Stories of Faith, Hope and Love.   New York, Rinehart, 1947.

49-65, “The Passing of the Third Floor Back.”

 

Smith, Elva Sophronia and Alice Isabel Hazeltine, eds.

Just for Fun; Humorous Stories and Poems.   New York, Lothrop, Lee and Shepard, [1948].

201-3,  “Hampton Court Maze.” (from Three Men in a Boat, chapter VI).

 

Scoggin, Margaret Clara, ed.

More Chucklebait; Funny Stories for Everyone.   New York, Knopf, 1949.

212-24,  “George Suggests the River.” (from Three Men in a Boat, chapter I).

 

Famous Fantastic Mysteries, vol. 12 no. 3, March, 1951.

95-98, “The Dancing Partner.”                                                                 

 

Butterfield, Roger, ed.

Saturday Evening Post Treasury.  1954.

 

Brown, John Mason, ed

Ladies Home Journal Treasury.  New York, Simon & Schuster, 1956.

49-54, “Blasé Billy.”  (from Sketches in Lavender, Blue and Green).

 

Hitchcock, Alfred, ed.

Alfred Hitchcock Presents Stories they Wouldn’t Let me Do on T.V.   New York, Simon & Schuster, 1957.

102-8,  “The Dancing Partner.”

 

Hubler, Richard G., ed.

The World’s Shortest Stories.

33-36, “The Drunk Pony.” (from “On the Inadvisability of Following Advice,” in Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow).

 

Camp. Raymond R., ed.

The Fireside Book of Fishing.   New York, Simon & Schuster, 1959.

“Story-Telling on the Thames.” (from Three Men in a Boat, chapter XVII).

 

Hubler, Richard G., ed.

The World’s Shortest Stories.  New York, Duell, Sloan & Pearce [1961].

46-48, “William Smith.”  (from “On the Playing of Marches at the Funerals of Marionettes,” in Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow).

 

Davenport, Basil, comp.

Famous Monster Tales.  Princeton, Van Nostrand, 1967.

127-34, “The Dancing Partner.”

 

Skelton, Red, ed.

A Red Skeleton in your Closet.   New York, Grosset & Dunlap, 1965.

213-24, “Three Ghost Stories for Christmas.” (“The Faithful Ghost,” “The Ruined Home,” “The Ghost of the Blue Chamber,” (from Told after Supper).

 

Aickman, Robert, ed.

The Fifth Fontana Book of Great Ghost Stories.  Glasgow, Fontana/Collins, 1969.

87-93, “The Dancing Partner.”

 

Farma, William Joseph, ed.

Prose, Poetry and Drama for Oral InterpretationFirst Series.  Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press, 1970.

p. 38-41,  “The Art of Angling.”  (from Three Men in a Boat, chapter XVII).

 

Clark, Solomon Henry, ed.

Handbook of Best Readings.   Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press, 1972.

173-81, “On Babies.”  (from Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow).

196-9, “Imaginary Invalid.”  (from Three Men in a Boat, chapter I).

 

Pike, J.

Ghostly Humour.  New edition.  Weird and Supernatural Stories, [1972].

 

Ghidalia, Vic, ed.

The Oddballs.  New York, Manor Books, 1973.

163-90, “The Passing of the Third Floor Back.”

 

 

Haining, Peter, ed.

The Monster MakersCreators and Creations of Fantasy and Horror.   London, Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1974.

37-45, “The Dancing Partner.”

 

Aickman, Robert, ed.

The 5th Fontana Book of Great Ghost Stories.  London, Fontana Books, 1975.

87-93, “The Dancing Partner.”

 

Parry, Michael, ed.

The Rivals of Frankenstein.  A Gallery of Monsters.  London, Corgi Books, 1977.

59-65, “The Dancing Partner.”

 

Hoke, Helen, ed.

Creepies, Creepies, Creepies; a Covey of Quiver-and-Quaver Tales.   F. Watts, 1977.

“The Dancing Partner.”

 

Borovik, M. A. & E. G. Kopyl, comp.

Ninth Form: English Reader. 2nd ed.  Moscow, Proveshcheniye, 1978.

“The Surprise of Mr. Milberry.” (from The Observations of Henry).

Manley, Seon, and Gogo Lewis, eds.

Christmas Ghosts, an Anthology.   New York, Doubleday, 1978.

181-91, “Christmas Eve in the Blue Chamber.” (from Told after Supper).

 

Manley, Seon, and Gogo Lewis, eds.

Cat Encounters; a Cat-Lover’s Anthology.   New York, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books [1979].

64-74, “An Assortment of Cats.”  (from Novel Notes, chapter VI).

 

Manley, Seon, and Gogo Lewis, eds.

Fun Phantoms; Tales of Ghostly Entertainment.  New York, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1979

35-39, “The Haunted Mill: or, the Ruined Home” (Mr. Coombes’s story, from Told after Supper).

Manley, Seon, and Gogo Lewis, eds.

The Haunted Dolls.   Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, 1980.

111-24, “The Dancing Partner.”

 

Parry, Michael, ed.

The Rivals of Frankenstein. A Gallery of Monsters.  New York, Barnes & Noble, 1980.

59-65, “The Dancing Partner.”

 

Chetwynd-Hayes, R., ed.

The 17th Fontana Book of Great Ghost Stories.  London, Fontana Books, 1981.

 

Shepard, Leslie, ed.

The Dracula Book of Great Horror Stories.   Secaucus, N. J., Citadel Press, 1981.

101-7, “The Dancing Partner.”

 

Danby, Mary, ed.

65 Great Spine Chillers.   Octopus, 1982.

“The Dancing Partner.”

 

Grafton, John, ed.  Great Ghost Stories.   Dover, 1982.

 

Twilight Zone, Jan/Feb 1984.

“Teddy Biffles’ Story – Johnson and Emily, or the Faithful Ghost,” from Told After Supper.

 

 

Kahn, Joan, ed.

Handle with Care; Frightening Stories.   New York, Greenwillow Books, 1985.

99-107, “The Dancing Partner.”

 

Greenberg, Martin H.,  Waugh, Charles G., & Waugh, Jenny-Linn, eds.

101 Science Fiction Stories.  Avenel, 1986.

“The Dancing Partner.”

 

Dalby, Richard, ed.

Ghosts for Christmas.  London, Michael O’Mara Books Ltd., 1988.

1-5, “Our Ghost Party” (Introduction to Told After Supper).

 

Lamb, Hugh, ed.

Gaslit Nightmares.   Futura, 1988.

“The Haunted Mill, or the Ruined House,”  (from Told  after Supper).

 

Lamb, Hugh, ed.

Stories in the Dark: Tales of Terror.  By Jerome K. Jerome, Robert Barr and Barry Pain.

Selected and introduced by Hugh Lamb.  Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, Equation, 1989.

15-20, “The Skeleton” (from Novel Notes, Chapter V); 20-25, “The Snake” (from Novel Notes, Chapter VII); 26-32, “The Dancing Partner”; 80-84. “The Haunted Mill, or the Ruined House” (from Told after Supper, Introduction); 145-56, “The Woman of the Sæter” (from John Ingerfield); 178-84, “Silhouettes” (from John Ingerfield).

 

Dalby, Richard, ed.

Ghosts for Christmas.  London, Headline Books, 1989.

1-5, “Our Ghost Party” (Introduction to Told After Supper).

 

Great Humorous Stories.  Gallery Books, 1989.

 

Muir, Frank, ed.

The Oxford Book of Humorous Prose.  Oxford University Press, 1990.

364-71, three excerpts from Three Men in a Boat (“Love of Work”, chapter XV; “Cheeses”, chapter IV; “Hampton Court Maze”, chapter VI).

 

Cox, Michael, and R. A. Gilbert, eds.

Victorian Ghost Stories: an Oxford Anthology.   Oxford University Press, 1991.

379-84, “The Man of Science.”  (from Novel Notes, chapter V).

 

Famous Fantastic Mysteries; 30 Great Tales of Fantasy and Horror from the Classic Pulp Magazines   ‘Famous Fantastic Mysteries’ and ‘Fantastic Novels.’.  N.Y., Gramercy Books, 1991.

376-81, “The Dancing Partner.”

 

Great Tales of the Supernatural.  Chancellor Press, 1991.

328-34, “The Dancing Partner.”

 

Lamb, Hugh, ed.

Gaslit Nightmares 2.   Futura, 1991

“The Woman of the Sæter” (from John Ingerfield).

 

O’Mara, Lesley.

Best Dog Stories.   New York, Wings Books, 1991.

168-71, “Montmorency.”  (from Three Men in a Boat, chapters II and XIII).

 

 

 

Shepard, Leslie, ed.

The Dracula Book of Great Horror Stories.   Carol Paperbacks, 1991.

101-7, “The Dancing Partner.”

 

Shepard, Leslie, ed.

The Book of Dracula.  Wings, 1991.

“The Dancing Partner.”

 

Beare, Geraldine, ed.

Short Stories from the Strand.  London, The Folio Society, 1992.

35-42, “The Cost of Kindness.”  (from The Passing of the Third Floor Back, and Other Stories) 

 

Grafton, John, ed.

Great Ghost Stories.   New York, Dover Press, 1992.

47-52, “A Ghost Story.”  (from Novel Notes, chapter V).

 

Ivory, Lesley Anne, ed.

Lesley Anne Ivory’s Collectable Cats.  San Francisco, Chronicle, 1992.

 

Sarrantonio, Al & Martin H Greeenberg., eds.

100 Hair-Raising Little Horror Stories.  N.Y., Barnes & Noble, 1993.

210-17, “The Haunted Mill, or the Ruined House,”  (from Told  after Supper).

401-6, “The Skeleton.” (from Novel Notes, chapter V).

 

Shepard, Leslie, ed.

The Dracula book of Classic Horror Stories.  Robert Hale, 1992

“The Dancing Partner.”

 

Pepper, Dennis, ed.

The Young Oxford Book of Ghost Stories.   Oxford University Press, 1994.

“The Haunted Mill, or the Ruined House,”  (from Told  after Supper).

 

Rae, Simon, ed.

The Faber Book of Murder.  London, Faber & Faber, 1994.

From Three Men in a Boat, chapter VIII (“The selfishness of the riparian proprietor…”).

 

Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, vol. 40 no. 1, January 1995.

133-51, “The Passing of Third Floor Back.”

Price, Susan, ed.

Horror Stories.  New York, Kingfisher Books, 1995.

208-18, “The Dancing Partner.”

Day, Bradford M., ed.

Olden Tales.  Hillsville, VA, DayStar Press, 1996.

“The Dancing Partner.”

 

Weinberg, Robert, Stefan R. Dzimianowicz, & Martin H. Greenberg,, eds.

100 Tiny Tales of Terror.  Greenberg, Barnes & Noble, 1996.

“The Dancing Partner.”

 

Hodgkinson, Tom & Matthew De Abaitua, eds.

The Idler’s Companion: an Anthology of Lazy Literature.

      Hopewell, NJ, Ecco Press, 1997.

8-16, “On  Being Idle.”

 

Haining, Peter, ed.

Knights of Madness: Further Comic Tales of Fantasy.   London, Orbit, 1998.

12-32, “The New Utopia.”            (from Diary of a Pilgrimage and Six Essays).