Studies in the Literary Backgrounds of English Radicalism: With Special Reference to the French Revolution

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS RELATING TO THE LITERARY BACK­ GROUNDS OF ENGLISH RADI­ CALISM DURING THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
The works listed below are intended primarily to provide guidance for a complete study of the literary influences of the French Revolution in England. Many of these writers of course, perhaps most of them, belong to the borderlands of politics and literature. I have included a number of secondary sources useful for the understanding of the period from a purely political point of view.The bibliography contains a complete list of all the works consulted, except those used in most incidental fashion, on the revolutionary aspects of the writers treated here. In the few cases of collected editions of these writers, I have foregone a separate listing of the works consulted, since they are indicated in the notes. The works by and about other writers belonging to the revolutionary tradition are more selective. I have also included some of the most important and provocative works written in opposition to the radicals.A few of the titles have been abbreviated. The place of publication is to be understood as London if not otherwise indicated.
Adams M. Ray, "Helen Maria Williams and the French Revolution," Harper Presentation Volume, Princeton, 1939.
Aikin John, Address to the Dissenters of England, 1790.
-----, Letters from a Father to His Son, Nos. V, XX, XXI, 1798.
-----, Poems, 1791.
Aikin Lucy, Memoirs of John Aikin, 2 vols., 1824.
Alger J. G., Englishmen in the French Revolution, 1889.
-----, Glimpses of the French Revolution, 1894.
-----, Paris in 1789-1794, New York, 1892.
Allen B. S., "Analogues of The Borderers," Publications of the Modern Language Association, XXXVIII, 267-77 ( June, 1923).
-----, "Minor Disciples of Radicalism in the Revolutionary Era," Modern Philology, XXI, 277-301 ( 1924).

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