Selected Dashkova Bibliography

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Selected Dashkova Bibliography


The following is not a comprehensive bibliography on either Dashkova or Franklin. For Dashkova, it consists of published books and articles selected by the catalogue authors and the editor, focusing especially on English-language sources and on themes relating to the essays in this book. Other Dashkova sources, including most Russian-language publications and some manuscript materials, can be found in the authors' endnotes. For a thorough Dashkova bibliography, see Mon histoire, the French edition of Dashkova's memoirs (listed below). For an introduction to the vast literature on Franklin, see the 2005 exhibition catalogue Benjamin Franklin: In Search of a Belter World, edited by Page Talbott (also listed below). A few Franklin sources are also cited in the authors' endnotes.

Amoia, Alba, and Bettina L. Knapp, eds. Great Women Trawl Writers: From 1750 to the Present. New York: Continuum, 2005.

Bisha, Robin,Jehanne M. Geith, Christine Holden, and William G.Wagner, eds. Russian Women, 1698-1917: Experience and Expression, An Anthology of Sources. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2002.

Bradford, Martha Wilmot. The Russian Journals of Martha and Catherine Wilmot . . . 1803-1808. Edited by the Marchioness of Londonderry and H. M. Hyde. London: Macmillan, 1935.

Catherine II, Empress of Russia. Memoirs of Catherine the Great. Translated by Katharine Anthony. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1927.

Cross, Anthony G. "By the Banks of the Thames" : Russians in Eighteenth Century Britain. Newtonville, Mass.: Oriental Research Partners, 1980.

_____."Contemporary British Responses (1762-1810) to the Personality and Career of Princess Ekaterina Romanovna Dashkova." Oxford Slavonic Papers, n.s., 27 (1994): 41-61.

Cross, Anthony G., and G. S. Smith. Eighteenth-Century Russian Literature, Culture, and Thought: A Bibliography of English-Language Scholarship and Translations. Newtonville, Mass.: Oriental Research Partners, 1984.

Crowe, Nicholas. "Ekaterina Romanova Dashkova, 1743-1810." In Reference Guide to Russian Literature, edited by Neil Cornwell, 238-40. London: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1998.

Dashkova, Ekaterina Romanovna. The Memoirs of Princess Dashkova: Russia in the Time of Catherine the Great. Translated and edited by Kyril Fitzlyon. Durham: Duke University Press, 1995.

_____. Memoirs of the Princess Daschkaw, Lady of Honour to Catherine H, Empress of All the Russias .... Edited by Mrs.W. Bradford [Martha Wilmot Bradford]. 2 vols. London: Henry Colburn, 1840.

_____ [Princesse Dachkova]. Mon histoire: Mémoires d'une femme de lettres russe à l'époque des Lumières. Edited by Alexander Woronzoff-Dashkoff, Catherine Le Gouis, and Catherine Woronzoff-Dashkoff. Paris: L'Harmattan, 1999.

De Madariaga, Isabel. Catherine the Great:A Short History. New Haven:Yale University Press, 1990.

_____. Russia in the Age of Catherine the Great. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1981.

Diderot, Denis. Correspondance.Vol. XI, avril lyyi-déc. 1771. Edited by Georges Roth. Paris: Éditions de minuit, 1964.

_____."Sur la princesse Daschkoff." In Oeuvres complètes de Diderot, 17: 487-90. Paris: Garnier frères, 1876.

Dvoichenko-Markoff, Eufrosina. "The American Philosophical Society and Early Russian-American Relations." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 94 (1950): 549-610.

_____. "Benjamin Franklin, the American Philosophical Society, and the Russian Academy of Science." Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 91 (1947): 250-57.

Echeverria, Durand. Mirage in the West: A History of the French Image of American Society to 1815. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1957.

Echeverria, Durand, and Everett C. Wilkie,Jr. The French Image of America: A Chronological and Subject Bibliography of French Books Printed Before 1816 Relating to the British North American Colonies and the United States. …

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