by George J. Dance
In popular cultureEdit
He is a character in the 1985 play Muse of Fire by Nigel Krauth.
- Bells and Bees: Verses. Melbourne: Lothian, 1910.
- Red Gums, and other verses. Melbourne: Fraser & Jenkinson, 1912.
- The Woman Tamer. Melbourne: Fraser & Jenkinson, [1910?]
- Three Short Plays ("The Woman Tamer," "Dead Timber," "The Sacred Place"). Melbourne: Fraser & Jenkinson, 1911.
- The Time is Not Yet Ripe: A comedy in four acts.. Melbourne: Fraser & Jenkinson, 1912
- (edited by P. Parsons). Sydney : Currency / Methuen Drama, 1973.
- Dead Timber, and other plays. London: Hendersons, 1920.
- Six Australian One-Act Plays. Sydney: Mulga, 1944.
- The Southern Cross, and other plays. Melbourne: Robertson & Mullens 1946.
- Louis Esson Plays 1: Terra Australis (edited by John Senczuk). Wollongong, NSW: Five Islands Press, 1999.
- Plays (edited by John Senczuk). Wollongong, NSW: Five Islands Press, 1999.
- Mother and Son (edited by John Senczuk). Stanwell Park, NSW: Esson Press, 2001.
- Ballades of Old Bohemia: An anthology of Louis Esson (edited by Hugh Anderson). Ascot Vale, Vic: Red Rooster Press, 1980.
- ↑ D.R. Walker, Esson, Thomas Louis Buvelot (1878–1943), Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University. Web, Mar. 5, 2012.
- ↑ Louis Esson (1879-1943), Old Australian Poems, Tripod.com, Web, Mar. 5, 2012.
- ↑ The Louis Esson Prize for Drama, Programs and Events, State Library of Victoria, Vic.Gov.au, Web, Mar. 5, 2012.
- ↑ Oxford Companion to Australian Literature: Louis Esson, Answers.com, Web, Mar. 6, 2012.
- ↑ Search Results = au:Louis Esson, WorldCat, OCLC Online Computer Library Center Inc. Web, July 27, 2014.
- Louis Esson at PoemHunter (5 poems)
- Louis Esson (1878-1943) in the Australian Poetry Library (21 poems)
- Audio / video
- Collected verse of Louis Esson performed by Dennis Daly (audio)
- Louis Esson in the Oxford Companion to Australian Literature.
- Esson, Thomas Louis Buvelot (1878–1943) in the Australian Dictionary of Biography.
- Louis Esson at Australian Plays.
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