106. WAY STATIONS/ BY/ ELIZABETH ROBINS// London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1913. [Dedicated to Margaret Dreier Robins.]
107. Leipzig: Tauchnitz (Collection of British Authors No. 4432), 1913.
108. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1913.
109. Extract— ‘Why Suffragettes Go To Jail’—reprinted in Hearst’s Sept 1913: 487-489. Way Stations was featured as ‘The Book of the Month.’
110. Microform reprint of No. 106. Glen Rock, NJ: Microfilming Corp. of America (Gerritsen Collection of Women’s History), 1976-. No. 2407.
111. Microform reprint of No. 106. New Haven, CT: Research Publications (History of Women No. 6936), 1977.
112. Ancilla’s Share/ An Indictment of Sex Antagonism/ Anonymous// London: Hutchinson, 1924.
113. 2nd ed. London: Hutchinson, 1924. [Gates (No. 1540) says ER’s name appeared in this edition. No copies of the second edition I have seen carry her name as author.]
114. Westport, CT: Hyperion (Pioneers of the Woman’s Movement), 1976.
115. Extract reprinted in Unsung Champions of Women, ed. Mary Cohart. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico P, 1975.
116. Microform reprint of No. 112. Glen Rock, NJ: Microfilming Corp. of America (Gerritsen Collection of Women’s History). No. 2406.
Prudence and Peter [co-authored by Octavia Wilberforce]
117. Serialized: Time and Tide 1 (1920): 39-40; 64-65; 89-90; 109-110; 129-130; 148-150; 170-171; 189-190; 210-212; 229-231.
118. PRUDENCE & PETER/ A STORY FOR CHILDREN/ ABOUT/ COOKING OUT-OF-DOORS/ AND INDOORS// by/ Elizabeth Robins &/ Octavia Wilberforce/ M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.// London: Ernest Benn Limited, 1928. [Dedicated to E.A.M.T., i.e., Mrs Dolly Yates Thompson.]
119. New York: W. Morrow, 1928.
Ibsen and the Actress
120. IBSEN AND THE ACTRESS/ ELIZABETH ROBINS// London: Hogarth Press (Hogarth Essays, Second Series), 1928.
121. Reissue. London: Hogarth, 1932.
122. New York: Haskell House (Studies in Drama No. 39), 1973.
Theatre and Friendship: Some Henry James Letters
123. Theatre/ and Friendship/ Some/ Henry James Letters/ with a commentary/ by/ Elizabeth Robins// London: Jonathan Cape, 1932.
[1500 copies were printed. After poor sales 900 copies in quires were transferred to the Life and Letters series edition. Sales did not improve. 500 quires were destroyed on 18 September 1936. The book went out of print when the remaining stock had sold out by the end of 1944. (Personal correspondence from Michael Bott, Keeper of Archives & Manuscripts, University of Reading Library.)]
124. London: Cape (Life and Letters), 1934.
125. New York: G.P. Putnam’s, 1932.
126. Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries, 1969.
Both Sides of the Curtain
127. Both Sides/ of the Curtain/ By/ Elizabeth Robins// London:William Heinemann, 1940.
128. New York: Transatlantic Arts, [1940?]. [Source of reference: Cumulative Book Index 1938-1942.1 have been unable to trace a copy or any reviews of this edition.]
129. Toronto: Ryerson Press, [1940?]. [Source of reference: Cumulative Book Index 1938-1942. I have been unable to trace a copy or any reviews of this edition. Ryerson Press was a United Church publishing house.]
Raymond and I
130. RAYMOND AND I/ Elizabeth Robins/ With a Foreword by LEONARD WOOLF//London: Hogarth Press, 1956.
131. New York: Macmillan, 1956.
132. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, [1956?]. [Source of reference: Cumulative Book Index 1953-1956.1 have been unable to locate a copy.]