The Memorial Edition of George Meredith's Novels and Novellas in the Internet Archive
George Meredith aet 68, by Mrs Henry Seymour Trower
- Volume I : The Shaving of Shagpat
- Volume II: The Ordeal of Richard Feverel
- Volume III: Sandra Belloni (Vol. I)
- Volume IV: Sandra Belloni (Vol. II)
- Volume V: Rhoda Fleming
- Volume VI: Evan Harrington
- Volume VII: Vittoria (Vol. I)
- Volume VIII: Vittoria (Vol. II)
- Volume IX: The Adventures of Harry Richmond (Vol. I)
- Volume X: The Adventures of Harry Richmond (Vol. II)
- Volume XI: Beauchamp's Career (Vol. I)
- Volume XII: Beauchamp's Career (Vol. II)
- Volume XIII: The Egoist (Vol. I)
- Volume XIV: The Egoist (Vol. II)
- Volume XV: The Tragic Comedians
- Volume XVI: Diana of the Crossways
- Volume XVII: One of Our Conquerors
- Volume XVIII: Lord Ormont and His Aminta
- Volume XIX: The Amazing Marriage
- Volume XX: Celt and Saxon
- Volume XXI: Farina, General Ople and The Tale of Chloe
- Volume XXII: The House on the Beach, The Gentleman of Fifty, The Sentimentalists
Other Material available in the Internet Archive
- Volume XXIII: Miscellaneous Prose (including The Essay on Comedy)
- Volume XXIV and XXV: Poems, Vol. I and Poems, Vol. II, although these have been superseded by Phyllis Bartlett's edition of The Poems of George Meredith (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1978).
- Letters, Vol. I, and Letters, Vol. II, edited by Meredith's son William (Scribner, 1912) although these have now been superseded by C.L. Cline's 3-volume edition of The Letters of George Meredith (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1970): and Mohammad Shaheen's edition of the Selected Letters (London: Macmillan, 1997).
- The Ordeal of Richard Feverel, Vol. I, Vol. II, and Vol. III (Chapman and Hall, 1859), the important first edition of the novel, which would be subject to significant revisions.
- Arundell Esdaile's A Chronological List of George Meredith's Publications, 1849-1911 (London: Walter T. Spencer, 1907).
- William Dallam Armes's The Principal Works of George Meredith: A Brief Bibliography (Boston: Roberts Brothers, nd)
- Mitsu Matsuoka's Hyper-Concordance to the Works of George Meredith
17 July 2010