Selected Bibliography

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British War Poetry in the Age of Romanticism 1793-1815, by Betty T. Bennet, Edited by Orianne Smith


Selected Bibliography

General

Abrams, M. H. The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition. New York, 1958.

Adams, Ray M. "Helen Maria Williams and the French Revolution," Wordsworth and Coleridge Studies in Honor of George McLean Harper, ed. Earl L. Griggs. Princeton, 1939.

Alger, John G. Englishmen in the French Revolution. London, 1889.

Allen, Walter. The English Novel. New York, 1954.

Allibone, S. Austin. A Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors. 3 vols. Philadelphia and London, 1858-1871.

Angus-Butterworth, L. M. Robert Burns and the 18th-century revival in 5cottish vernacular poetry. Aberdeen, 1969.

Aspinall, Arthur. Politics and the Press: 1780-1850. London, 1949.

Bartel, Roland. "English Clergymen and Laymen on the Principle of War, 1789-1802." Anglican Theological Review, (1956).

- - -. "Shelley and Burke's Swinish Multitude." KSJ, XVIII (1969), 4-9.

Bate, Walter Jackson. From Classic to Romantic: Premises of Taste in Eighteenth-Century England. Cambridge, Mass., 1946.

Bauer, Josephine. The London Magazine: Vol. I, Anglistica. Copenhagen, 1953.

Bentman, Raymond. "Robert Burns's Use of Scottish Diction," From Sensibility to Romanticism, ed. Frederick W. Hilles and Harold Bloom. Oxford, 1970.

Bernbaum, Ernest. Guide Through the Romantic Movement. Rev. ed. New York, 1949.

Blackstone, Sir William. Commentaries on the Laws of England, I. London, 1765.

Blackwell, J. Life of Alexander Kilham. London, 1838.

Blake, William. The Poetry and Prose of William Blake, ed. David V. Erdman with commentary by Harold Bloom. Garden City, 1966.

Blunden, Edmund. Leigh Hunt's "Examiner" Examined. New York and London, 1928.

Bourne, J. H. Fox. English Newspapers: Chapters in the History of Journalism. 2 vols. London, 1887.

Bowman, William Dodgson. The Story of "The Tímes." New York, 1931.

Brinton, Clarence Crane. A Decade of Revolution, 1789-1799. New York and London, 1934.

- - -. The Political Ideas of the English Romanticists. Oxford, 1926.

Burke, Edmund. Reflections on the Revolution in France. New York, 1961.

Burns, Robert. Letters of Robert Burns, ed. J. DeLancey Ferguson. I. Oxford, 1931.

- - -. The Poems and Songs of Robert Burns, ed. James Kinsley. Oxford, 1968.

Butt, John. "The Revival of Vernacular Scottish Poetry in the Eighteenth Century," From Sensibility to Romanticism, ed. Frederick W. Hilles and Harold Bloom. Oxford, 1970.

Byron, Lord. Poetícal works of Lord Byron. New York and London, 1904.

Cameron, Kenneth Neill. The Young Shelley: Genesís of a Radical. New York, 1950.

- - -. "Shelley and the Reformers." ELH, XIII (1945), 62-86.

Cestre, Charles. La Révolution française et les poètes anglais. Paris, 1906,

Chambers, E. K. Samuel Taylor Coleridge: A Biographical Study. Oxford, 1938.

Cobban, Alfred, ed. The Debate on the French Revolution 1789-1800. London, 1950.

Cole, G. D. H. and Raymond Postgate. The Common People 1746-1946. London, 1946.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. The Poems of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, ed. Ernest Hartley Coleridge. London, 1912.

- - -. Collected Letters of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, ed. E. L. Griggs. Oxford, 1956.

- - -. The Watchman, ed. Lewis Patton. Princeton, 1970.

Correspondence of the London Corresponding Society. London, 1795.

Darbishire, Helen. Wordsworth. London, 1969.

Dictionary of National Biography. 63 vols. London, 1885-1900.

Dowden, Edward. The French Revolution and English Literature. New York, 1897.

Erdman, David V. Blake, Prophet Against Empire: A Poet's Interpretation of the History of His Own Times. Rev. ed. Garden City, 1969.

- - -. "Blake's Transcript of Bisset's 'Lines Written on Hearing the Surrender of Copenhagen,'" BNYPL LXXII, viii (1968), 518-521.

- - -. "William Blake's Debt to Joel Barlow." AL, XXVI (March 1954), 94-98.

Erskine, Thomas. A View of the Causes and Consequences of the Present War with France. 1797.

Escott, T. H. S. Masters of English Journalism. London, 1911.

Friedman, Albert B. The Ballad Revival: Studies in the Influence of Popular on Sophisticated Poetry. Chicago, 1961.

Graham, Walter. English Literary Periodicals. New York, 1930.

Grego, Joseph. Rowlandson the Caricaturist. 2 vols. New York, 1880.

Griggs, Earl Leslie, ed. Wordsworth and Coleridge Studies in Honour of George McLean Harper. Princeton, 1939.

Haig, Robert L. The Gazetteer 1735-1797. Carbondale, 1960.

Halévy, Elie. A History of the English People in the Nineteenth Century: I, England in 1815, trans. E. I. Watkin and D. A. Barker. New York, 1961.

Halkett, Samuel and John Laing. Dictionary of Anonymous and Pseudonymous English Literature. 9 vols. Edinburgh, 1926-1962.

Hancock, Albert Elmer. The French Revolution and the English Poets. New York, 1899.

Hanson, Lawrence. The Life of S. T. Coleridge: The Early Years. New York, 1962.

Hardy, Thomas. Memoir of Thomas Hardy Wrítten by Himself. London, 1832.

Harper, George McLean. Wílliam Wordsworth: Hís Life, Works, and Influence. 3rd ed. New York, 1929.

Harris, R. W. Romanticism and the Social Order 1780-1830. London, 1969.

Hobsbawm, E. J. The Age of Revolution 1789-1848. New York, Toronto, London, 1962.

Houtchens, Carolyn Washburn and Lawrence Huston Houtchens. The English Romantic Poets and Essayists: A Review of Research and Criticism. Rev. ed. New York, 1966.

Hunt, Leigh. Essays and Sketches, ed. R. Brimley Johnson. London, 1928.

- - -. Prefaces by Leigh Hunt, Mainly to His Periodicals, ed. R. Brimley Johnson. Chicago, 1927.

Inglis, Brian. The Freedom of the Press in Ireland 1784-1841. London, 1954.

Landré, Louis. Leigh Hunt (1784-1859): Contribution á l'Hístoire du Romantisme Anglais. 2 vols. Paris, 1936.

Lefebvre, Georges. The French Revolution from its Origin to 1793, trans. Elizabeth Moss Evanson. New York, 1962.

- - -. The French Revolution from 1793-1799. trans. John Hall Stewart and James Friguglietti. London and New York, 1964.

- - -. Napoleon from 18 Brumaire to Tilsit 1799-1807, trans. Henry F. Stockhold. New York, 1969.

- - -. Napoleon from Tilsit to Waterloo 1807-1815, trans. J. E. Anderson. New York, 1969.

Legouis, Emmile, "Some Remarks on the Composition of the Lyrical Ballads of 1798," Wordsworth and Coleridge Studies in Honor of George McLean Harper, ed. Earl L. Griggs. Princeton, 1939.

Lovejoy, Arthur O. The Great Chain of Beíng: A Study of the History of an Idea. Cambridge, Mass., 1936.

Lowery, Margaret R. Windows of the Morning. New Haven, 1940.

Maccoby, S. English Radicalism 1786-1832. London, 1955.

Marchand, Leslie A. Byron: A Biography. 3 vols. New York, 1957.

Mayo, Robert. "The Contemporaneity of the Lyrical Ballads," PMLA, LXIX. (June 1954), 486-522.

Miller, W. R. Bibliography of Books on War, Pacificism, Non-violence and Related Studies. Nyack, N. Y., 1960.

Moorman, Mary. William Wordsworth: A Biography. 2 vols. Oxford, 1957-1965.

Mulgan, John, ed. Poems of Freedom. Intro. W. H. Auden. London, 1938.

Paine, Thomas. The Rights of Man. New York, 1961.

Parliamentary Debates, VI. London, 1806.

Pollin, Burton R. "Southey's 'Battle of Blenheim' Parodied in the Morning Chronicle—A Whig Attack on the Battle of Copenhagen," BNYPL; LXXII (1968),507-517.

Poole's Index to Periodical Literature. Vol. I: 1802-1881. Boston, 1893.

Raysor, Thomas M. The English Romantic Poets: A Review of Research. Rev. ed. New York, 1956.

The Romantics Reviewed. Ed. with intro. Donald H. Reiman. New York and London, 1972.

Rudkin, Olive D. Thomas Spence and His Connections. New York, 1927.

Ryskamp, Charles, "Wordsworth's Lyrical Ballads in their Time," From Sensibility to Romanticism. London and New York, 1970.

Saintsbury, George. "English War Songs—Campbell," Essays in English Literature 1780-1860. London, 1895.

- - -. ed. Political Verse. New York, 1891.

Shelley, Percy Bysshe. The Complete Poetical Works of Shelley, ed. George E. Woodberry. Boston, 1901.

- - -. The Esdaile Notebook: A Volume of Early Poems, ed. Kenneth Neill Cameron, New York, 1964.

Shepard, Leslie. The Broadside Ballad. London, 1962.

Sherburn, George. The Restoration and Eighteenth Century. New York, 1948 in A Literary History of England, ed. Albert C. Baugh.

Smith, Adam. An Inquiry into the Nature and the Causes of the Wealth of Nations, ed. Edwin Cannon. New York, 1937.

Stewart, Lawrence D. John Scott of Amwell. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1956.

Thompson, E. P. The Making of the English Working Class. New York, 1964.

Thrall, William Flint, Addison Hibbard, C. Hugh Holman. A Handbook to Literature. New York, 1960.

Times Literary Supplement. London, 1970.

Ward, William Smith. Index and Finding List of Serials Published in the British Isles 1789-1832. Lexington, Kentucky, 1953.

Werkmeister, Lucyle. The London Daily Press 1772-1792. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1963.

Williams, Gwyn A. Artisans and Sans-Culottes. New York, 1969.

Woodring, Carl. Politics in English Romantic Poetry. Cambridge Mass., 1970.

Wordsworth, William. The Prelude, ed. E. de Selincourt., 2nd ed. rev. Helen Darbishire. New York, 1959.

- - - . The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, ed. E. de Selincourt and Helen Darbishire. Oxford, 1954.

Wright, Thomas and R. H. Evans. Historical Account of the Caricatures of James Gillray. New York, 1968. (First ed. 1851).

 

Periodicals and Newspapers

The following periodicals and newspapers will provide the main source of the poetry in this collection. Several of the periodicals undergo changes in subtitle during the course of publication: the title that appears here is the most familiar title.

The Analytical Review. 1789-1799.

The Annual Register. 1789-1815.

The Annual Review. 1802-1808.

The Anti-Jacobin. 1797.

The Athenaeum. 1807-1809.

The Bee, or Literary Intelligencer. 1790-1794.

The British Poetical Miscellany of 1799.

The Cabinet. 1795.

The Cambridge Intelligencer. 1793-1795

The Champion. 1815.

The Courier. 1796-1804

The Edinburgh Review. 1802-1815.

The European Magazine and London Review. 1789-1815.

The Examiner. 1808-1815.

The Gentleman's and London Magazine. 1789-1815.

The Gentleman's Magazine. 1789-1815.

The Hull Packet. 1793-1815.

The Lady's Magazine. 1789-1815.

The London Chronicle. 1789-1814.

The Meteor, or Monthly Censor. 1813-1814.

The Meteors. 1799-1800.

The Monthly Magazine. 1796-1815.

The Monthly Mirror. 1795-1810.

The Morning Chronicle. 1790-1815.

The Morning Post. 1799-1805.

The New Monthly Magazine. 1814-1815.

The Poetical Magazine. 1809-1811.

The Poetical Register and Repository of Fugitive Poetry. 1802-1814.

The Satirist, or Monthly Meteor. 1808.

The Scots Magazine. 1789-1815.

The Star. 1793-1808.

The Times. 1789-1815.

The Tomahawk! or Censor General. 1795-1796.

The Tribune. 1795.

The Universal Magazine. 1809.

The Watchman. 1796.

 

Additional Sources for Poems

Annual Anthology. 2 vols. London, 1799-1800.

Anti-Gallican. London, 1804.

Ashton, John. English Caricature and Satire on Napoleon I. 2 vols. London, 1884.

Barlow, Joel. The Conspiracy of Kings. London, 1792.

Barbauld, Anna Laetitia. Eighteen Hundred and Eleven, a Poem. London, 1812.

Broadley, Alexander M. Napoleon in Caricature 1795-1821. 2 vols. London and New York, 1911.

Campbell, Thomas. Complete Poetical Works, ed. J. L. Robertson. Oxford, 1907.

[Dyer, George]. Poems by G. D. London, 1792.

Lawler, Dennis. A Monody to the Memory of the Duke D'Enghein, murdered by order of Bonaparte, London, 1804.

Mitford, Mary Russell. Poems. London, 1792.

Moore, Thomas. Poetry of Thomas Moore, ed. C. L. Falkiner. London, 1903.

Opie, Amelia. Poems. London, 1802.

Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin, ed. Charles Edmonds. London, 1854.

Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin, ed. L. Rice-Oxley. Oxford, 1924.

Poetry of the World. 2 vols. London, 1795.

Scott, John. The Poetical Works of John Scott. London, 1782.

Scott, Sir Walter. Field of Waterloo. Edinburgh and London, 1815.

Southey, Robert. The Poetical Works of Robert Southey. Boston, 1860.

Stedman, John Gabriel. The Journal of John Gabriel Stedman, 1744-1797, Soldier and Author, ed. Stanbury Thompson. London, 1962.

The Warning Drum: Broadsides of 1803, ed. Frank J. Klingberg and Sigurd B. Hustvedt. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1944.

[Wolcot, John]. Pseud. Peter Pindar. Pathetic Odes. London, 1794.

 

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