Charlotte Smith (née Turner)(4 May 1749 - 28 October 1806)
Works in ECPA
alphabetical listing / listing in source editions
- Elegy. ()
- [THE EMIGRANTS.] ()
- Ode to Despair. From the Novel of Emmeline. ()
- Origin of Flattery. ()
- Peasant of the Alps. From the Novel of Celestina. ()
- Song. ()
- Song. From the French of Cardinal Bernis. ()
- SONNET  I. ()
- SONNET  II. Written at the Close of Spring. ()
- SONNET  III. To a Nightingale. ()
- SONNET  IV. To the Moon. ()
- SONNET  V. To the South Downs. ()
- SONNET  VI. To Hope. ()
- SONNET  VII. On the Departure of the Nightingale. ()
- SONNET  VIII. To Spring. ()
- SONNET  IX. ()
- SONNET  X. To Mrs. G***. ()
- SONNET  XI. To Sleep. ()
- SONNET  XII. Written on the Sea Shore. — October, 1784. ()
- SONNET  XIII. From Petrarch. ()
- SONNET  XIV. From Petrarch. ()
- SONNET  XV. From Petrarch. ()
- SONNET  XVI. From Petrarch. ()
- SONNET  XVII. From the thirteenth Cantata of Metastasio. ()
- SONNET  XVIII. To the Earl of Egremont. ()
- SONNET  XIX. To Mr. Hayley. On receiving some elegant Lines from him. ()
- SONNET  XX. To the Cotentess of A****. Written on the Anniversary of her Marriage. ()
- SONNET  XXI. Supposed to be written by Werter. ()
- SONNET  XXII. By the same. To Solitude. ()
- SONNET  XXIII. By the same. To the North Star. ()
- SONNET  XXIV. By the same. ()
- SONNET  XXV. By the same. Just before his Death. ()
- SONNET  XXVI. To the River Arun. ()
- SONNET  XXVII. ()
- SONNET  XXVIII. To Friendship. ()
- SONNET  XXIX. To Miss C****. On being desired to attempt writing a Comedy. ()
- SONNET  XXX. To the River Arun. ()
- SONNET  XXXI. Written on Farm Wood, South Downs, May, 1784. ()
- SONNET  XXXII. To Melancholy. Written on the Banks of the Arun, October, 1785. ()
- SONNET  XXXIII. To the Naiad of the Arun. ()
- SONNET  XXXIV. To a Friend. ()
- SONNET  XXXV. To Fortitude. ()
- SONNET  XXXVI. ()
- SONNET  XXXVII. Sent to the Hon. Mrs. O'Niell, with painted Flowers. ()
- SONNET  XXXVIII. From the Novel of Emmeline. ()
- SONNET  XXXIX. To Night. From the same. ()
- SONNET  XL. From the same. ()
- SONNET  XLI. To Tranquillity. ()
- SONNET  XLII. Composed during a Walk on the Downs, Nov. 1787. ()
- SONNET  XLIII. ()
- SONNET  XLIV. Written in the Church Yard at Middleton in Sussex. ()
- SONNET  XLV. On leaving a part of Sussex. ()
- SONNET  XLVI. Written at Penshurst, in Autumn, 1788. ()
- SONNET  XLVII. To Fancy. ()
- SONNET  XLVIII. To Mrs. ****. ()
- SONNET  XLIX. Supposed to have been written in a Church Yard, over the Grave of a Young Woman of nineteen. From the Novel of Celestina. ()
- SONNET  L. From the Novel of Celestina. ()
- SONNET  LI. Supposed to have been written in the Hebrides. From the Novel of Celestina. ()
- SONNET  LII. The Pilgrim. From the Novel of Celestina. ()
- SONNET  LIII. The Laplander. From the Novel of Celestina. ()
- SONNET  LIV. The sleeping Woodman. Written in April, 1790. ()
- SONNET  LV. The Return of the Nightingale. Written in May, 1791. ()
- SONNET  LVI. The Captive escaped in the Wilds of America. Addressed to the Honourable Mrs. O'Neill. ()
- SONNET  LVII. To Dependence. ()
- SONNET  LVIII. The Glow Worm. ()
- SONNET  LIX. Written during a Thunder Storm, September, 1791; in which the Moon was perfectly clear, while the Tempest gathered in various directions near the Earth. ()
- Thirty Eight. Addressed to Mrs. H—y. ()
- Verses. Intended to have been prefixed to the Novel of Emmeline, but these suppressed. ()
- The emigrants, a poem, in two books. By Charlotte Smith. London: printed for T. Cadell, 1793. ix,,68[i.e. 60]p.; 4⁰. (ESTC T32633; OTA K035639.000)
- Elegiac sonnets, and other poems. By Charlotte Smith. The first Worcester edition, from the sixth London edition, with additions. Printed at Worcester [Mass.]: by Isaiah Thomas, sold by him in Worcester, and by said Thomas and Andrews in Boston, 1795. xix,,22-126,p., leaves of plates: ill.; 15 cm. (12mo) ( OTA N22357)
Curran, Stuart, ed. The Poems of Charlotte Smith. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1993. Print.
Labbe, Jacqueline M., ed. and Stuart Curran, gen. ed. The Works of Charlotte Smith, vol. 14 Elegiac sonnets, vols. 1 & 2; The emigrants; Beachy Head: with other poems; Uncollected poems. Pickering masters. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2005-2007. Print. 14 volumes.
Stanton, Judith P., ed. The Collected Letters of Charlotte Smith. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2002. Print.
Willson, Judith, ed. Charlotte Smith: Selected poems. Manchester: Carcanet Press, 2003. Print.
Fry, Carroll L. Charlotte Smith. New York: Twayne; London: Prentice Hall, 1996. Print.
Fletcher, Loraine. Charlotte Smith: A Critical Biography. Houndmills: Macmillan, 1998. Print.
Fletcher, Loraine. Charlotte Smith: A Critical Bibliography. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave, 2001. Print.
Baines, Paul, Julian Ferraro, Pat Rogers, eds. The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Eighteenth-Century Writers and Writing, 1660-1789. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011. 316-317. Print.
Radcliffe, David H., ed.
Charlotte Smith (1749-1806). Spenser and the Tradition: ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830. Center for Applied Technologies in the Humanities, Virginia Tech, 2006. Web. 14 Oct. 2011. http://spenserians.cath.vt.edu/AuthorRecord.php?recordid=33232.
Todd, Janet, ed. A Dictionary of British and American Women Writers 1660-1800. Paperback edition, revised. Lanham et al.: Rowman & Littlefield, 1987. 287-289. Print.
Voller, Jack G.
Charlotte Turner Smith (1749-1806). Thomson, Douglass H., Jack G. Voller, and Frederick S. Frank, eds. Gothic Writers: A Critical and Bibliographical Guide. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2002. 408-411. Print.
Literary Hybridity and the Aesthetic of Suffering and Desire in Charlotte Smith's Elegiac Sonnets. Feminist Studies in English Literature 24(3) (2016): 159-182. Print.
'Nature seem'd to lose her course': crisis historiography and historiographic crisis in Charlotte Smith's The Emigrants. Felber, Lynette, ed. Clio's daughters: British women writing history, 1790-1899. Newark, NJ: Delaware UP, 2007. 29-42. Print.
Blank, Antje, ed. Charlotte Smith after 200 Years. Women's Writing 16(1) (2009). Print.
The sonnets of Charlotte Smith. Critical Survey 4(1) (1992): 9-21. Print.
Charlotte Smith and English Romanticism. South Central Review 11(2) (1994): 66-78. Print.
'Mature Poets Steal': Charlotte Smith's Appropriations of Shakespeare. Ortiz, Joseph M., ed. Shakespeare and the Culture of Romanticism. Farnham, England: Ashgate, 2013. 99-119. Print.
Dolan, Elizabeth A.
British Romantic Melancholia: Charlotte Smith's Elegiac Sonnets, Medical Discourse and the Problem of Sensibility. Journal of European Studies 33(3-4) (2003): 237-253. Print.
Dolan, Elizabeth A. Seeing Suffering in Women's Literature of the Romantic Era. Aldershot, England: Ashgate, 2008. Print.
The nightjar's shriek: nature's variety in the sonnets of John Clare and Charlotte Smith. John Clare Society Journal 36 (2017): 31-48. Print.
Garnai, Amy. Revolutionary imaginings in the 1790s: Charlotte Smith, Mary Robinson, Elizabeth Inchbald. Basingstoke; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. Print.
Politics, exile, and authorship: Charlotte Smith's The Emigrants. Eighteenth-Century Women 3 (2003): 225-245. Print.
Girten, Kristin M.
Charlotte Smith's tactile poetics. Eighteenth Century 54(2) (2013): 215-230. Print.
'Saved by the historic page': Charlotte Smith's Arun River sonnets. Studies in Romanticism 53(1) (2014): 103-131. Print.
Charlotte Smith's Elegiac Sonnets, Losses and Gains. Armstrong, Isobel, and Virginia Blain, eds. Women's Poetry in the Enlightenment: The Making of a Canon, 1730-1820. London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 1999. 184-198. Print.
Hunt, Bishop C.
Wordsworth and Charlotte Smith. Wordsworth Circle 1 (1970): 85-113. Print.
Thorns and Roses: The Sonnets of Charlotte Smith. Women's Writing 2 (1995): 43-54. Print.
Knowles, Claire. Sensibility and Female Poetic Tradition, 1780-1860: The Legacy of Charlotte Smith. Farnham, England: Ashgate, 2009. Print.
Labbe, Jacqueline M.
'Transplanted into More Congenial Soil': Footnoting the Self in the Poetry of Charlotte Smith. Bray, Joe, Miriam Handley, and Anne C. Henry, eds. Ma(r)king the Text: The Presentation of Meaning on the Literary Page. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000. 71-86. Print.
Labbe, Jacqueline M.
Selling One's Sorrows: Charlotte Smith, Mary Robinson, and the Marketing of Poetry. The Wordsworth Circle 25(2) (1994): 68-71. Print.
Labbe, Jacqueline M.
The Exiled Self: Images of War in Charlotte Smith's The Emigrants. Shaw, Philip, ed. Romantic Wars: Studies in Culture and Conflict, 1793-1822. Aldershot, England: Ashgate, 2000. 37-56. Print.
Labbe, Jacqueline M. Charlotte Smith: Romanticism, poetry, and the culture of gender. Manchester; New York: Manchester UP, 2003. Print.
Labbe, Jacqueline M., ed. Charlotte Smith in British Romanticism. Enlightenment World: Political and Intellectual History of the Long Eighteenth Century. London, England: Pickering & Chatto, 2008. Print.
Labbe, Jacqueline M. Writing Romanticism: Charlotte Smith and William Wordsworth, 1784-1807. Palgrave Studies in the Enlightenment, Romanticism, and Cultures of Print. Basingstoke; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. Print.
Labbe, Jacqueline M.
Pathological sensibility. Women's Writing 23(3) (2016): 354-365. Print.
Labbe, Jacqueline M.
The Seductions of Form in the Poetry of Ann Batten Cristall and Charlotte Smith. Rawes, Alan, ed. Romanticism and Form. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. 154-170. Print.
Charlotte Smith and the Romantic Sonnet Revival. Fendler, Susanne, ed. Feminist Contributions to the Literary Canon: Setting Standards of Taste. Lewiston, NY: Mellen, 1997. 65-79. Print.
Myers, Mary Anne.
Charlotte Smith's Androgynous Sonnets. European Romantic Review 13(4) (2002): 379-382. Print.
Myers, Mary Anne.
Unsexing Petrarch: Charlotte Smith's lessons in the sonnet as a social medium. Studies in Romanticism 53(2) (2014): 239-263. Print.
Charlotte Smith's poetry as Sentimental discourse. Studies in Romanticism 50(3) (2011): 437-473. Print.
Living to labour, labouring to live: the problem of suicide in Charlotte Smith's Elegiac Sonnets". Literature Compass 12(12) (2015): 660-666. Print.
From Charlotte Smith to Nehemiah Higginbottom: Revising the Genealogy of the Early Romantic Sonnet. European Romantic Review 9(3) (1998): 363-392. Print.
'Breaking the Silent Sabbath of the Grave': Charlotte Smith's Sonnet XLIV and Her Place in Literary History. European Romantic Review 28(5) (2017): 549-570. Print.
Literary past and present in Charlotte Smith's Elegiac Sonnets. Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 54(3) (2014): 649-674. Print.
Reviving the Sonnet: Women Romantic Poets and the Sonnet Claim. European Romantic Review 6(1) (1995): 98-127. Print.
Elegiac Sonnets: Charlotte Smith's formal paradoxy. Papers on Language & Literature 39(2) (2003): 185-220. Print.
Lorn subjects: haunting, fracture and ascesis in Charlotte Smith's Elegiac Sonnets. Women's Writing 16(1) (2009): 143-160. Print.
Sentimental doubling in Charlotte Smith's Elegiac Sonnets. ANQ 20(4) (2007): 50-58. Print.
Weisman, Karen A.
Form and loss in Charlotte Smith's Elegiac Sonnets. Wordsworth Circle 33(1) (2002): 23-27. Print.
White, Daniel E.
Autobiography and Elegy: The Early Romantic Poetics of Thomas Gray and Charlotte Smith. Woodman, Thomas, ed. The Early Romantics: Perspectives in British Poetry from Pope to Wordsworth. Houndmills: Macmillan, 1998. 57-69. Print.
The geography of displacement and replacement in Charlotte Smith's The Emigrants. European Romantic Review 17(1) (2006): 55-68. Print.
Wolfson, Susan J.
Charlotte Smith's Emigrants: Forging Connections at the Borders of a Female Tradition. Huntington Library Quarterly: Studies in English and American History and Literature 63(4) (2000): 509-546. Print.
Zimmerman, Sarah M. Romanticism, Lyricism, and History. Albany, NY: State U of New York P, 1999. Print.
Zimmerman, Sarah M.
Varieties of privacy in Charlotte Smith's poetry. European Romantic Review 18(4) (2007): 483-502. Print.