Partial Portraitsby Henry James, Published by MacMillan and Co., London
|Includes a chapter entitled George du Maurier, originally published in Century Magazine, US, with the title du Maurier and London Society. It mainly discusses George's work at Punch.||1888|
The History of ‘Punch’ by M.H. Spielmann. Published by Cassell and Company Ltd., London
|Includes many references to George du Maurier and a specific section pages 503 – 516.||1895|
Trilbyana: The Rise and Progress of a Popular Novel edited by J.L. & J.B. Gilder. Published by The Critic Co., New York
|A slim paperback book in a limited edition of 250 discussing all aspects of the ‘Trilby-Mania’ that developed because of the immense popularity of the novel.
Billtryby Mary Kyle Dallas. Published by The Merriam Company, New York
|An example of several novels produced as a result of the huge success of Trilby. This one is a parody, reversing the story so that the art students are three young women and the central character becomes a young man called Billtry.
In Bohemia with du Maurierby Felix Moscheles. Published by T. Fisher Unwin, London
|A memoir of the time Moscheles and du Maurier spent together in the 1850s and including 63 original drawings by George du Maurier.
The Life and Letters of Alfred Aingerby Edith Sichel. Published by Thomas Nelson & Sons, London
|Alfred Ainger was a friend of George du Maurier. This book includes a chapter about George as well as other references and letters written from Alfred to George.
Thomas Armstrong C.B. A Memoir 1832 - 1911edited by L.M. Lamont. Published by Martin Secker, London
|Includes a chapter entitled Reminiscences of George du Maurier. Thomas Armstrong was a very old friend of George du Maurier. In this chapter he looks back on the times they shared together and with James McNeil Whistler.
George du Maurier - the Satirist of the Victorians: A Review of His Art and Personality by T. Martin Wood. Published by Chatto & Windus, London
|A biography looking specifically at George du Maurier’s work rather than his personal life.||1913|
Glimpses of Authorsby Caroline Ticknor. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company, New York
|This book includes a chapter entitled Du Maurier, Moscheles and Others, which describes the author’s interview with George du Maurier at New Grove House, Hampstead.
George du Maurier and Othersby C.C, Hoyer Millar. Published by Cassell and Company Ltd., London
|Charles Hoyer Millar was George du Maurier’s son-in-law; he was married to Beatrix. This book includes many interesting references to George, his family, friends and colleagues.||1937|
All Of A Piece: New Essaysby E.V. Lucas.
|Includes an essay entitled George du Maurier at Thirty-Three. It is based on extracts from George’s diary for part of 1867 - 68, just after the entries later used by Daphne du Maurier in her book The Young George du Maurier: Letters Dated 1860 – 67.||1937|
George du Maurier: His Life and Workby Derek Pepys Whiteley. Published by Art and Technics, London
|This book includes information on the life of George du Maurier, his drawings and illustrations and a list of books that he illustrated.
The Young George du Maurier: Letters 1860 – 67edited by Daphne du Maurier. Published by Peter Davies, London
|Some background biography and a selection of George du Maurier’s letters written during his early years working as an illustrator in London.||1951|
A History of Punchby R.G.G. Price.
|Includes many references to George du Maurier.||1957|
Essays by Divers Hands: New Series – Volume XXXedited by N. Hardy Wallis. Published by Oxford University Press
|This book includes the essay George du Maurier and the Romantic Novel by Lionel Stevenson, which was originally presented at the Royal Society of Literature on 20th June 1957.
George du Maurierby Leonee Ormond. Published by Routledge & Kegan Paul, London
|The most comprehensive biography of George du Maurier.||1969|
George du Maurierby Richard Kelly. Published by Twayne Publishers, Boston, US
|This book is a biography of George du Maurier and a literary criticism of his novels.
The Art of George du Maurierby Richard Kelly. Published by Scolar Press, Hampshire
|This book begins with an introduction on the life and times of George du Maurier and then goes on to show and discuss his art and illustrations.||1996|
Captivated: J M Barrie, the du Mauriers & the Dark Side of Neverlandby Piers Dudgeon. Published by Chatto & Windus, London
|Discusses J M Barrie's relationship with the du Maurier family and includes many important and thought provoking references to George du Maurier.||2008|
George du Maurier: Illustrator, Author, Critic Beyond Svengali edited by Simon Cooke and Paul Goldman. Published by Ashgate, Surrey
|A critical assessment of George du Maurier’s multi-faceted career as illustrator, novelist and producer of composite image/text.||2016|