William Nicholson (disambiguation)

"William Nicholson" is composed of at least 8 distinct authors, divided by their works.

About the Author

Author Division

William Nicholson (4)

The Velveteen Rabbit (1922) — Illustrator, some editions — 14,129 copies
Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting Man (1928) — Illustrator, some editions — 728 copies
Rudyard Kipling's Tales of Horror and Fantasy (2008) — Cover artist, some editions — 275 copies
Clever Bill (1926) 37 copies
The Pirate Twins (1929) 9 copies
An Alphabet (1975) 6 copies
London types 2 copies

William Nicholson (1)

The Wind Singer (2000) 1,829 copies
Gladiator [2000 film] (2000) — Screenwriter — 1,086 copies
Slaves of the Mastery (2001) 1,071 copies
Firesong (2002) 992 copies
Les Misérables [2012 film] (2012) — Screenwriter — 686 copies
Seeker (2005) 498 copies
Elizabeth [1998 film] (1998) — Screenwriter — 359 copies
Jango (2006) 261 copies
First Knight [1995 film] (1995) — Screenwriter — 247 copies
Elizabeth: The Golden Age [2007 film] (2007) — Screenwriter — 228 copies
Shadowlands [1993 film] (1993) — Original play/Screenwriter — 195 copies
The Society of Others (2004) 195 copies
Noman (2007) 188 copies
Shadowlands (1989) 174 copies
Shadowlands: Novelization Tie-In (1993) — Screenwriter, some editions — 157 copies
The Lovers of Amherst (2015) 107 copies
Motherland (2012) 101 copies
The Wind on Fire Trilogy (2002) 87 copies
C.S. Lewis Through the Shadowlands [1985 film] (1985) — Screenwriter — 82 copies
Rich and Mad (2010) 75 copies
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom [2013 film] (2013) — Screenwriter — 52 copies
Nell [1994 film] (1995) — Screenwriter — 52 copies
The Trial of True Love (2005) 43 copies
All the Hopeful Lovers (2010) 40 copies
The Golden Hour (2011) 35 copies
Breathe [2017 film] (2017) — Screenwriter — 30 copies
Reckless (2014) 25 copies
I Could Love You (2011) 22 copies
Firelight [1997 film] (1997) — Director/Screenwriter — 10 copies
Crash (Modern Plays) (2010) 1 copy

Common Knowledge

Disambiguation notice
(1) William Nicholson, b. 1948, novelist and  screenwriter (LC 79079662)

(2) William Nicholson, 1753-1815, author of The first principles of chemistry (LC 85089674)

(3) William Nicholson, 1591-1672, Bishop of Gloucester (LC 85114952)

(4) William Nicholson, 1872-1949, artist, illustrator; full name William Newzam Prior Nicholson; pseudonym, W. Beggarstaff (LC 50003808)

(5) William Nicholson, secretary to the House of Lords (ca. 1785)

(6) William Nicholson, colonel in the Salvation Army

(8) William Nicholson, 1782-1849, Scottish poet, known as 'The Bard of Galloway'