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List of historical novels

This list outlines historical novels by the current geo-political boundaries of countries for the historical location in which most of the novel takes place. This list includes only the most notable novels within the genre, which have been included in WorldHeritage. For a more comprehensive automatically generated list of articles on WorldHeritage about Historical novels, see Category:Historical novels. For a comprehensive list by time period on historical fiction in general see list of historical fiction by time period.

Afghanistan

Argentina

Australia

Bangladesh

Belgium

Brazil

Canada

Caribbean (multiple countries)

China

Colombia

Pre-Columbian Civilizations

Aztec Empire

Mayan Empire

  • Caminarás con el Sol by Alfonso Mateo-Sagasta (Gonzalo Guerrero)
  • Gonzalo Guerrero by Eugenio Aguirre

Croatia

Czech Republic

Denmark

Dominica

Dominican Republic

Egypt

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

Greenland

Haiti

Hungary

India

Bengali

English

Hindi

Malayalam

Tamil

Urdu

Foreign authors

Iran

Ireland

Israel

Italy

Japan

  1. El hilo del karma
  2. La nube rasgada
  3. El Dragón y el Crisantemo

Korea

Malta

Mexico

Morocco

  • El blocao by José Díaz-Fernández (Rif War)

Netherlands

New Zealand

Norway

Pakistan

Palestine

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Ancient Rome

Russia

Serbia

Sicily

South Africa

Spain

Early history

Roman Spain

Visigothic Kingdom

  • Última Roma by León Arsenal (6th century)
  • Sombras de mariposa by Guillermo Galván (Liuvigild, Visigothic Kingdom)
  • Astur by Isabel San Sebastián (8th century Spain)
  • La última visigoda by Isabel San Sebastián (8th century Spain)

Medieval

Spanish Golden Age

  1. Ladrones de tinta
  2. El gabinete de las maravillas
  3. El reino de los hombres sin amor
  1. Los caballeros de las sombras
  2. Sabed que mi nombre se perdió

Picaresque novel

Exploration and conquest

18th century

  1. El asedio del Diablo
  2. El alma en la batalla
  3. Emboscada en Nápoles

19th century

20th century

Sweden

Switzerland

Tibet

  • Red Poppies: A Novel of Tibet by Alai (Tibetan warlord during Chinese Invasion)

Turkey

  • The Amazon and the Warrior by Judith Hand (Bronze Age, Trojan War)

Ukraine

United Kingdom

Earliest history

Roman Britain

Medieval

Tudor and Stuart

Hanoverian

Victorian

20th century

Multiple time frames

United States (including areas that become part of the US)

Colonial

  1. Resiste Tucson
  2. Largo camino hacia Zuni Pueblo
  • Los acasos by Javier Pascual (Spanish wars against Apaches)

19th century

20th century

Multiple time frames

Novels by James A. Michener

Novels by other authors

Vietnam

Yemen

See also

External links

  • Database of German historical novels
  • Historical Fiction database, divided by time period.
  • A Guide to the Best Historical Novels and Tales by Jonathan Nield (1902). Project Gutenberg etext (accessed 05-2014)
  • A selection of historical novels set by epoch and author. (accessed 08-2010)
  • Annotated list of historical novels for children and teens Anchorage Public Library
  • History networking Authors, Publishers, Editors, Researchers. Suggest tools and sources, help with reading list, discussions challenges. Network, promote books or find work.
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