Charlotte Perkins Gilman




Bibliografie Charlotte Perkins Gilman

i.e. Charlotte Anna Perkins, verheiratete Stetson, verheiratete Gilman
*Hartford, Connecticut 3. Juli 1860
†Pasadena, California 17. August 1935
US-amerikanische Schriftstellerin, Frauenrechtlerin, Ökonomin und Soziologin


Bücher und Herausgeberschaften

  • (Charlotte Perkins Stetson) In this our world: poems. Oakland, Calif.: McCombs & Vaughn 1893, 120 S.
  • (Charlotte Perkins Stetson) The labor movement. A prize essay read before the Trades and Labor Unions of Alameda County, September 5, 1892. Oakland, Calif.: [Trades and Labor Unions of Alameda County 1893], 19 S.
  • (Mitherausgeberin) The Impress (San Francisco, Calif.), 1893-1895.
  • (Charlotte Perkins Stetson) Women and economics. A study of the economic relation between men and women as a factor in social evolution. Boston, Mass.: Small, Maynard 1898, vii, 340 S.
  • (Charlotte Perkins Stetson) The yellow wall paper. Boston, Mass.: Small, Maynard 1899 (= Right American fiction. Volume 3 (1876-1900). Reel G-12. 2177.), S. Zuerst in: New England Magazine (Boston, Mass.), 1892.
  • (Charlotte Perkins (Stetson) Gilman) Concerning children. Boston: Small, Maynard 1900, 298 S.
  • The home, its work and influence. New York, N.Y.: McClure, Phillips 1903, xi, 347 S.
  • Human work. New York, N.Y.: McClure, Phillips 1904, 389 S.
  • Women and social service. [Warren, Ohio: National American Woman Suffrage Association 1907?], 12 S.
  • What Diantha did. A novel. New York, N.Y.: Charlton 1910 (= American fiction. Volume 1906-1910. Reel 69. 639.), 250 S.
  • The man-made world, or, Our androcentric culture. New York, N.Y.: Charlton 1911, 260 S.
  • Suffrage songs and verses. New York, N.Y.: Charlton 1911, 24 S.
  • The crux. A novel. New York, N.Y.: Charlton 1911, 311 S.
  • Moving the mountain. New York, N.Y.: Charlton 1911, 290 S.
  • (Herausgeberin) The Forerunner (New York, N.Y.), November 1909-Dezember 1916.
  • His religion and hers. A study of the faith of our fathers and the work of our mothers. New York, N.Y.-London: Century Company 1923, xi, 300 S.
  • The living of Charlotte Perkins Gilman, an autobiography by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Foreword by Zona Gale. New York, N.Y.-London: Appleton-Century Company 1935, xxxviii, 341 S.
  • Herland. With an introduction by Ann J. Lane. New York, N.Y.: Pantheon Books 1979, xxiv, 147 S. Zuerst in: The Forerunner (New York, N.Y.), 1915.
  • The Charlotte Perkins Gilman reader. The yellow wallpaper, and other fiction. Edited and introduced by Ann J. Lane. New York, N.Y.: Pantheon Books 1980, xlii, 208 S. Sammelband ihrer fiktionalen Texte.
  • Charlotte Perkins Gilman. A nonfiction reader. Edited by Larry Ceplair. New York, N.Y.: Columbia University Press 1991, xi, 345 S. Sammelband ihrer nichtfiktionalen Texte.
  • Benigna Machiavelli. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Bandanna Books 1994, 178 S. Zuerst in: The Forerunner (New York, N.Y.), 1914.
  • The diaries of Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Edited by Denise D. Knight. Charlottesville, Va.-London: University Press of Virginia 1994, 2 Bände:
    • Volume 1: 1879-1887. 1994, xxviii, 403 S.
    • Volume 2: 1890-1935. 1994, S. 407-943.
  • A journey from within. The love letters of Charlotte Perkins Gilman, 1897-1900. Edited and annotated by Mary A[rmfield] Hill. Lewisburg, Pa. / London: Bucknell University Press / Associated University Press 1995, 427 S.
  • The later poetry of Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Edited by Denise D. Knight. Newark, N.J. / London: University of Delaware Press / Associated University Presses 1996, 193 S.
  • Unpunished. A mystery. Edited and with an afterword by Catherine J[ean] Golden and Denise D. Knight. New York, N.Y.: Feminist Press 1997, ix, 244 S.
  • With her in Ourland. Sequel to Herland. Edited by Mary Jo Deegan and Michael R. Hill. With an introduction by Mary Jo Deegan. Westport, Conn.-London: Greenwood Press 1997 (= Contributions in women's studies. 159.), viii, 200 S.
  • The dress of women. A critical introduction to the symbolism and sociology of clothing. Edited, with an introduction by Michael R. Hill and Mary Jo Deegan. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press 2002 (= Contributions to women's studies. 193.), xxviii, 160 S. Zuerst in: The Forerunner (New York, N.Y.), 1915.







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