Helen Maria Williams

Texts

Helen Maria Williams, 'The Bastille: A Poem' (1791) [ed Adriana Craciun, Univ. Nottingham)

----,  Letters written in France : in the Summer 1790, to a friend in England (Peterborough, Ont.: Broadview Press; Ormskirk: Thomas Lyster, 2001) [1 on Short Loan; 1 on Week Loan; and 1 Long Loan]

Criticism

Adams, M. Ray. ‘Helen Maria Williams and the French Revolution’, in Earl Leslie Griggs (ed) Wordsworth and Coleridge: Studies in Honor of George McLean Harper (1939; 1962)

Blakemore, Steven, 'Helen Maria Williams and the French Revolution', in Blakemore, Crisis in Representation (1997), 153-198

Blakemore, Steven, 'Feminine Representation: Helen Maria Williams' Letters from France', in Blakemore, Crisis in Representation (1997), 199-214

Bray, Matthew, ‘Helen Maria Williams and Edmund Burke: Radical Critique and Complicity’, Eighteenth-Century Life, 16 (May, 1992) [not in library]

Butler, Marilyn, ed., Burke Paine, Godwin, and the Revolution Controversy (1984), p. 80ff

Ellison, Julie, ‘Redoubled Feeling: Politics, Sentiment and the Sublime in Williams and Wollstonecraft’, Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 20 (1990), 197-215 [not in library]

Jones, Chris, ‘Helen Maria Williams and Radical Sensibility’, Prose Studies, 12 (1989), 3-24

Jones, Chris, ‘Helen Maria Williams: Radical Chronicler’, in Jones, Chris, Radical Sensibility: Literature and Ideas in the 1790s (1993), pp. 136-159

Jones, Vivien, ‘Women Writing Revolution: Narratives of History and Sexuality in Wollstonecraft and Williams’, in Copley, Stephen and Whale, John, eds. Beyond Romanticism: New Approaches to Texts and Contexts 1780-1832 (1992), 178-99

Kelly, Gary, ‘Feminizing Revolution: Helen Maria Williams’ in Women, Writing and Revolution: 1790-1827 (1993), pp. 30-79

Kennedy, Deborah, ‘Revolutionary Tales: Helen Maria Williams’ Letters from France and William Wordsworth's ‘Vaudracour and Julia’, The Wordsworth Circle, 21 (1990) 109-14

Kennedy, Deborah, ‘"Storms of Sorrow": The Poetry of Helen Maria Williams’, Man and Nature, 10 (1991), 77-92 [not in library]

Kennedy, Deborah, ‘The Spectacle of the Guillotine: Helen Maria Williams and the Reign of Terror’, Philological Quarterly 73 (1994) 95-113.

Kennedy, Deborah, ‘Benevolent Historian: Helen Maria Williams and Her British Readers’, in Craciun, Adriana and Kari E. Lokke, Rebellious Hearts: British Women Writers and the French Revolution (Albany, New York: State University of New York Press, 2001), pp 317-336

Rigby, Brian, ‘Radical Spectators of the Revolution: The Case of the Analytical Review’, in Ceri Crossley and Ian Small (eds.), The French Revolution and British Culture (Oxford: Oxford UP, 1989), 63-83

Scheffler, Judith, 'Romantic Women Writing on Imprisonment and Prison Reform', Wordsworth Circle, 19, no. 2 (Spring, 1988)

Todd, Janet, Sensibility: An Introduction (London: Methuen, 1986)

Todd, Janet, ‘Helen Maria Williams’, in Todd, Janet (ed.,), British Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide (New York: Continuum, 1989), 720-1

Watson, Nicola Jane, ‘Novel Eloisas: Revolutionary and Counter-revolutionary Narratives in Helen Maria Williams, Wordsworth and Byron’, Wordsworth Circle, 23 (1992), 18-23