Toynbee’s first wife, from 1913 to 1946. Cv (page here).
The Leading Note, Sidgwick and Jackson, 1910
Moonseed, Sidgwick and Jackson, 1911
Unstable Ways, Sidgwick and Jackson, 1914
The Happy Tree, Chatto and Windus, 1926
Hard Liberty, Chatto and Windus, 1929
On the Greeks
The Greeks, Preface by Gilbert Murray, A&C Black, 1931
Religious tracts after conversion to Catholicism
The Good Pagan’s Failure, Longmans, Green & Co, 1939
Time and the Timeless, Centenary Press, 1942
The Life of Faith, Centenary Press, 1943
The Forsaken Fountain, Hollis and Carter, 1948
The Further Journey: In My End Is My Beginning, Harvill Press, 1953
She had a small reputation as a novelist before 1920.
Virginia Woolf, diary, November 12 1917: “I went to Mudies, & got The Leading Note, in order examine into R.T. more closely […]. I came home with my book, which does not seem a very masterly performance after Turgenev, I suppose [The Leading Note is about a Russian refugee]; but if you dont get your touches in the right place the method is apt to be sketchy & empty.” Both from html sources.
McNeill: “Her career as an apologist resembled her career as a novelist in the sense that The Good Pagan’s Failure attracted much more attention than what followed.” But he regards The Happy Tree as her best novel.
UK publishing dates.