Bibliografie Harriet Martineau

*Norwich, Norfolk 12. Juni 1802
†bei Ambleside, Cumbria 27. Juni 1876
britische Schriftstellerin, Übersetzerin, Ökonomin, Historikerin und Soziologin


Bücher und Herausgeberschaften

  • (Anonym) Devotional exercises for the use of young persons. London: Hunter 1823, 122 S.
  • (Anonym) Christmas day, or, The friends. A tale. Wellington-Salop: Houlston 1824, 68 S.
  • (Anonym) The friends. A continuation of "Christmas-day". Wellington-Salop: Houlston 1825, 70 S.
  • (Anonym) Addresses. With prayers and original hymns for the use of families and schools. By a lady, authoress of "Devotional exercises for the use of young persons". London: Hunter 1826, viii, 152 S.
  • (Anonym) Principle and practice, or, The Orphan family. A tale. Wellington-Salop: Houlston 1827, 151 S.
  • (Anonym) The rioters, or, A tale of bad times. Wellington-Salop: Printed for Houlston 1827, 122 S.
  • (Anonym) The turn-out, or, Patience the best policy. By the Author of "Principle and practice". Wellington-Salop: Houlston 1827, 135 S.
  • (Anonym) Mary Campbell, or, The affectionate granddaughter. A tale. By the author of "Principle and practice". Wellington-Salop: Houlston 1928, 137S.
  • Traditions of Palestine. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green 1830, 148 S. Später auch unter dem Titel: The times of the Saviour.
  • The essential faith of the universal church, deduced from sacred records. London: Unitarian Association, Rowland Hunter 1831, viii, 88 S.
  • Five years of youth, or, Sense and sentiment. London: Harvey and Darton 1831, xviii, 264 S.
  • (Anonym) Sequel to Principle and practice, or the Orphan family. A tale. London: Houlston 1831, 184 S.
  • Providence as manifested through Israel. Issued by the British and Foreign Unitarian Association, and addressed to the Jews. London: Unitarian Association 1832, 115 S.
  • The faith as unfolded by many prophets. An essay. Issued by the British and Foreign Unitarian Association, and addressed to the Disciples of Mohammed. London: Unitarian Association 1832, 98 S.
  • Illustrations of political economy. London: Fox 1832-1834, 25 Teile in 9 Bänden:

    • Part 1, Volume 1: Life in the wilds. A tale. 1832, xx, 124 S.
    • Part 2, Volume 1: The hill and the valley. A tale. 1932, 216 S.
    • Part 3, Volume 1: Brooke and Brooke Farm. A tale. 1832, 202 S.
    • Part 4, Volume 2: Demerara. A tale. 1832, vi, 143 S.
    • Part 5, Volume 2: Ella of Garveloch. A tale. 1832, 144 S.
    • Part 6, Volume 2: Weal and woe in Garveloch. A tale. 1832, 145 S.
    • Part 7, Volume 3: A Manchester strike. A tale. 1832, 136 S.
    • Part 8, Volume 3: Cousin Marshall. A tale. 1832, 132 S.
    • Part 9, Volume 3: Ireland. A tale. 1832, iii, 136 S.
    • Part 10, Volume 4: Homes abroad. A tale. 1832, 128 S.
    • Part 11, Volume 4: For each and all. A tale. 1832, 132 S.
    • Part 12, Volume 4: French wines and politics. A tale. 1833, 146 S.
    • Part 13, Volume 5: The charmed sea. A tale. 1833 [recte 1834], 136 S.
    • Part 14, Volume 5: Berkeley the banker. I. 1833 [recte 1834], 172 S.
    • Part 15, Volume 5: Berkeley the banker. II. 1833 [recte 1834], 146 S.
    • Part 16, Volume 6: Messrs. Vanderput and Snoek. A tale. 1833 [recte 1834], vi, 140 S
    • Part 17, Volume 6: The loom and the lugger. I. 1833 [recte 1834], 132 S.
    • Part 18, Volume 6: The loom and the lugger. II. 1833 [recte 1834], viii, 144 S.
    • Part 19, Volume 7: Sowers not reapers. A tale. 1833 [recte 1834], viii, 148 S.
    • Part 20, Volume 7: Cinnamon and pearls. A tale. 1833 [recte 1834], 125 S.
    • Part 21, Volume 7: A tale of the Tyne. 1833 [recte 1834], 135 S.
    • Part 22, Volume 8: Briery Creek. A tale. 1833 [recte 1834], 155 S.
    • Part 23, Volume 8: The three ages. 1833 [recte 1834], 126 S.
    • Part 24, Volume 9: The Farrers of Budge-row. A tale. 1834, 136 S.
    • Part 25, Volume 9: The moral of many fables. 1834, vii, 144 S.
  • Poor laws and paupers illustrated. London: Fox 1833-1834 (= Publications. Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.), 4 Teile in 2 Bänden:

    • Part 1, Volume 1: The parish. A tale. 1833, 220 S.
    • Part 2, Volume 1: The Hamlets. A tale. 1833, 164 S.
    • Part 3, Volume 2: The town. A tale. 1834, 170 S.
    • Part 4, Volume 2: The land's end. A tale. 1834, 183 S.
  • The tendency of strikes and sticks to produce low wages, and of union between masters and men to ensure good wages. Durham: Veitch [1834], 29 S.
  • Illustrations of taxation. London: Fox 1834, 5 Teile in 2 Bänden:

    • Part 1, Volume 1: The park and the paddock. A tale. 1834, 140 S.
    • Part 2, Volume 1: The tenth haycock. A tale. 1834, 144 S.
      Part 3, Volume 2: The Jerseyman meeting. A tale. 1834, 122 S.
    • Part 4, Volume 2: The Jerseyman parting. A tale. 1834, 136 S.
    • Part 5, Volume 2: The scholars of Arneside. A tale. 1834, vi, 134 S.
  • Miscellanies. Boston: Hilliard, Gray, and Company 1836, 2 Bände:
    • Volume 1. 1836, xii, 352 S. Beiträge aus Zeitschriften 1829-1832.
    • Volume 2. 1836, 402 S. Beiträge aus Zeitschriften 1829-1832.
  • Competition in peril. Leeds: Hobson 1837, 12 S.
  • Society in America. London: Saunders and Otley 1837, 3 Bände:
    • Volume 1. 1837, xix, 364 S.
    • Volume 2. 1837, 369 S.
    • Volume 3. 1837, 363 S.
  • How to observe. Morals and manners. London: Knight 1838, vii, 238 S.
  • Retrospect of western travel. In three volumes. London: Saunders and Otley 1838, 3 Bände:

    • Volume 1. 1838, vi, 318 S.
    • Volume 2. 1838, 292 S.
    • Volume 3. 1838, 293 S.
  • Deerbrook. A novel. London: Moxon 1839, 3 Bände:

    • Volume 1. 1839, 336 S.
    • Volume 2. 1839, 331 S.
    • Volume 3. 1839, 304 S.
  • The martyr age of the United States. Boston, Mass. / New York, N.Y.: Weeks, Jordan / Taylor, 1839, 84 S.
  • The hour and the man. A historical romance. London: Moxon 1841, 3 Bände:

    • Volume 1. 1841, 314 S.
    • Volume 2. 1841, 302 S.
    • Volume 3. 1841, 304 S.
  • The playfellow. A series of tales to be published quarterly. London: Knight 1841, 4 Bände:

    • Volume 1: The settlers at home. 1841, 331 S.
    • Volume 2: The peasant and the prince. 1841, 355 S.
    • Volume 3: Feats on the fiord. A tale. 1841, vi, 375 S.
    • Volume 4: The Crofton boys. A tale. 1841, vii, 336 S.
  • The children who lived by the Jordan. A story. London: Green 1842, 15 S.
  • (Anonym) Life in the sick-room. Essays by an invalid. London: Moxon 1844, xv, 221 S.
  • Letters on mesmerism. London: Moxon 1845, xii, 65 S.
  • Dawn Island. A tale. (Written for the National Anti-corn Law Bazaar, May, 1845.) Manchester: Gadsby 1845, 94 S.
  • Forest and game-law tales. In three volumes. London: Moxon 1845-1846, 3 Bände:

    • Volume 1: Merdhin; The manor and the eyrie; The staunch and their work; Old landmarks and old laws. 1845, ix, 252 S.
    • Volume 2: The bishop's flock and the bishop's herd; Heathendom in Christendom; Four years at Maude-Chapel farm. 1845, vii, 301 S.
    • Volume 3: Gentle and simple. 1846, iv, 259 S.
  • The billow and the rock. A tale. London: Knight 1846 (= Knight's monthly volume. 5.), 216 S.
  • Eastern life, present and past. London: Moxon 1848, 3 Bände:

    • Volume 1. 1848, 336 S.
    • Volume 2. 1848, 321 S.
    • Volume 3. 1848, 344 S.
  • Household education. London: Moxon 1849, viii, 326 S.
  • The history of England during the thirty years' peace. 1816-1846. London: Knight 1849-1850, 2 Bände:

    • Volume 1: [1815-1830]. 1849, viii, 599 S.
    • Volume 2: 1830-1846. 1850, xii, 721 S.
  • Introduction to the history of the peace, 1800-1815. London: Moxon 1851, viii, ccccx S.
  • (Mit Henry George Atkinson) Letters on the laws of man's nature and development. London: Chapman 1851, xii, 390 S.
  • Letters from Ireland. Reprinted from the "Daily news". London: Chapman 1852, viii, 220 S.
  • (Herausgeberin & Übersetzerin) Auguste Comte: The positive philosophy of Auguste Comte. Freely translated and condensed by Harriet Martineau. London: Chapman [1853], 2 Bände (Original: Cours de philosophie positive. 6 Bände. Paris 1830-1842):

    • Volume 1. [1853], xxxvi, 480 S.
    • Volume 2. [1853], xvi, 561 S.
  • Complete guide to the English Lakes. Illustrated from drawings by T[heophilus] L[indsey] Aspland and W. Banks and a map coloured geologically by John Ruthven. Windermere: Garnett [1854], iii, iv, 233, xix S. Später unter dem Titel: The English lakes.
  • Guide to Windermere. Windermere: Garnett 1854, ii, 103, xv S.
  • The factory controversy. A warning against meddling legislation. Issued by the National Association of Factory Occupiers. Manchester: National Association of Factory Occupiers, Ireland and Company 1855, viii, 50 S.
  • Sketches from life. Illustrated. London: Whittaker [1856], 165 S.
  • A history of the American compromises. (Reprinted, with additions, from the Daily news.) London: Chapman 1856, 36 S.
  • British rule in India. A historical sketch. London: Smith, Elder and Company 1857, vi, 356 S. Auch unter dem Titel: The history of British rule in India.
  • (Anonym) The "manifest destiny" of the American union. New York, N.Y.: American Anti-Slavery Society 1857, 72 S.
  • Corporate tradition and national rights. Local dues on shipping. Issued by the Association to Obtain the Right Appropriation of the Liverpool Town Dues. London: Routledge [1857], 161 S.
  • Suggestions towards the future government of India. London: Smith, Elder and Company 1858, viii, 153 S.
  • England and her soldiers. London: Smith, Elder and Company 1859, xi, 282 S.
  • Endowed schools' of Ireland. (Reprinted from the Daily News.) London: Smith, Elder and Company 1859, 79 S.
  • Health, husbandry, and handicraft. London: Bradbury and Evans 1861, viii, 583 S. Ausgewählte Zeitungsartikel.
  • Popular tales. London: Routledge 1862, 140, 132, 144 S. Enthält die bereits in den "Illustrations of political economy" publizierten Geschichten: Messrs. Vanderput and Snoek; The loom and the lugger. Part I; The loom and the lugger. Part II.
  • (Anonym) Four letters by "An Englishwoman" [i.e. Harriet Martineau] on the Contagious Diseases Acts. (Reprinted from the Daily news by the Ladies' National Association for the Repeal of the Contagious Diseases Acts.) Bristol: Arrowsmith 1863.
  • Our farm of two acres. (Contributed [...] to the London periodical, Once a Week.) New York, N.Y.: Bunce and Huntington 1865, 48 S.
  • A British friendship (Reprinted from Once a Week, No. CXCIX of April 18th, 1863.); and, Memoir of the [James Bruce] Earl of Elgin and Kincardine (Reprinted from Daily News, December 12th 1863). (For private circulation.) Windermere: Garnett 1866, 35 S.
  • Biographical sketches. (Reprinted from the "Daily News".) London: Macmillan 1869, vi, 458 S. Betrifft die Jahre 1852 bis 1868.
  • Harriet Martineau's autobiography. In three volumes. With memorials [and edited] by Maria Weston Chapman. London: Smith, Elder and Company 1877, 3 Bände:

    • Volume 1. 1877, 441 S.
    • Volume 2. 1877, 510 S.
    • Volume 3: Memorials of Harriet Martineau. By Maria Weston Chapman. 1877, 495 S. Dieser Band ist ausschließlich von Maria Weston Chapman verfasst.
  • The guide to service. London: Houlston [1877-1884] (= Houlston's industrial library.), 4 anonym verfasste Bände von mehreren:

    • The housemaid. Her duties and how to perform them. [1877] (= Houlston's industrial library. 20.).
    • The lady's maid. Her duties, and how to perform them. [1877] (= Houlston's industrial library. 22.), 93 S.
    • The maid of all-work, or general servant. Her duties and how to perform them. [1877] (= Houlston's industrial library. 24.), 87 S.
    • The dressmaker. [1877] (= Houlston's industrial library.).
  • Glen of the echoes, or, Dan Mahony and Dora Sullivan. A tale of Ireland. New York, N.Y.: Lovell 1884 (= Lovell's Library.), 177 S.
  • Harriet Martineau's letters to Fanny Wedgwood. Edited by Elisabeth Sanders Arbuckle. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press 1983, xxviii, 329 S.
  • Harriet Martineau on women. Edited by Gayle Graham Yates. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press 1985 (= The Douglass series on women's lives and the meaning of gender.), xvi, 283 S.
  • Harriet Martineau's directory of the Lake District 1855. An alphabetical index, compiled by R[oland] Grigg. Warrington: Coldell 1989, 31 S.
  • Selected letters. Edited by Valerie Sanders. Oxford: Clarendon 1990, xxxiii, 268 S.
  • Harriet Martineau in the London Daily News. Selected contributions, 1852-1866. Edited by Elisabeth Sanders Arbuckle. New York, N.Y.: Garland 1994 (= Garland reference library of the humanities. 1600.), xx, 451 S.
  • Harriet Martineau and America. Selected letters from the Reinhard S. Speck Collection. Edited with an introduction by R[obert] A[rthur] Burchell. Berkeley, Calif.: Friends of the Bancroft Library 1995 (= Series of keepsakes issued for its members by the Friends of the Bancroft Library. 41.), 119 S.







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