Works in ECPA
alphabetical listing / listing in source editions
- GILDEROY. ()
- THE HARPER. ()
- LOVE AND MADNESS; AN ELEGY WRITTEN IN 1795. ()
- Pleasures of Hope. ()
- SPECIMENS OF TRANSLATION FROM MEDEA. ()
- SPEECH OF THE CHORUS, In the same Tragedy, to dissuade Medea from her purpose of putting her children to death, and flying for protection to Athens. ()
- THE WOUNDED HUSSAR. ()
ODNB 4534; DLB 93
Miller, Mary Ruth. Thomas Campbell. Boston: Twayne, 1978. Print.
Radcliffe, David H., ed.
Thomas Campbell (1777-1844). Spenser and the Tradition: ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830. Center for Applied Technologies in the Humanities, Virginia Tech, 2006. Web. 24 Mar. 2013. https://web.archive.org/web/20170908014740/http://spenserians.cath.vt.edu/AuthorRecord.php?recordid=33362.
Viewless scenes: vividness and nineteenth-century ideals of reading in and through Gertrude of Wyoming. ELH 84(4) (2017): 943-977. Print.
The 'Disposition to Combine': Thomas Campbell's The Pleasures of Hope, Edmund Burke, and the Power of the Poetic Imagination to Reconcile and Reform. Romantic Textualities 18 (Summer 2008): 8-23. Print.
McKnight, George. The poetic development of Thomas Campbell. Unpub. doct. diss., Univ. of Toronto, 1979. Print.
Hazlitt, the Living Poets, and Ephemerality. Hazlitt Review 6 (2013): 47-59. Print.
Byron's Reworking of Thomas Campbell: Unfolding Gloom in Darkness. Journal of English Language and Literature/Yǒngǒ Yǒngmunhak 58(3) (Summer 2012): 379-394. Print.