Chawton House Library: Women's Memoirs. 19 vols.
- Women's Court and Society Memoirs. 9 vols.
- Women's Theatrical Memoirs. 10 vols.
Chawton House Library: Women's Travel Writings. 16 vols.
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- Women's Travel Writings In Revolutionary France. 7 vols.
Chawton House Library: Women's Novels. 11 vols.
- The Histories of Some of the Penitents in the Magdalen House
- The Romance of Private Life by Sarah Harriet Burney
- The Soldier's Orphan by Mrs. Costello
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- The Corinna of England by E. M. Foster
- The Private History of the Court of England by Sarah Green
- Romance Readers and Romance Writers by Sarah Green
- The History of Ned Evans by Elizabeth Hervey
- Strathallan by Alicia LeFanu
- The Victim of Fancy by Elizabeth Sophia Tomlins
- Julia by Helen Maria Williams
PICKERING WOMEN'S CLASSICS
- A Serious Proposal to the Ladies by Mary Astell
- Joanna Baillie: a Selection of Poems and Plays
- New Blazing World and Other Writings by Margaret Cavendish
- Narrative of the Life of Charlotte Charke
- Counterfeit Ladies edited by Janet Todd and Elizabeth Spearing
- Impressions of Theophrastus Such by George Eliot
- Nature and Art by Elizabeth Inchbald
- Cassandra and Suggestions for Thought by Florence Nightingale
- The Wild Irish Girl by Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan
- Maude by Christina Rossetti, "On Sisterhoods" and A Woman's Thoughts About Women
- by Dinah Mulock Craik
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WOMEN'S STUDIES COLLECTIONS
- Bluestocking Feminism: The Bluestocking Circle. 6 vols.
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THE PICKERING MASTERS
Behn, Aphra. The Works of Aphra Behn. Edited by Janet Todd. 7 vols. London: Pickering &
- Vol. 1. Poetry
- Vol. 2. Love-letters Between A Nobleman And His Sister
- Vol. 3. The Fair Jilt and Other Stories
- Vol. 4. Reflections on Morality or Seneca Unmasqued and Other Prose Translations
- Vol. 5. The Plays, 1671-1677: The Forc'd Marriage; The Amorous Prince; The Dutch Lover; Abdelazer; The Town-fopp; The Debauchee; The Rover
- Vol. 6. The Plays, 1678-1682: Sir Patient Fancy; The Feign'd Curtizans
- Vol. 7. The Plays, 1682-1696: The City-heiress; The Young King; The Emperor Of The
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Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. The Works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. General editor,
Sandra Donaldson. Editorial team: Rita Patteson, Marjorie Stone and Beverly Taylor. Associate
editors: Simon Avery, Cynthia Burgess, Clara Drummond and Barbara Neri. Editorial associate:
Jane Stewart Laux. 5 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2010.
- Vol. 1. Works Published in EBB's Lifetime; Friends and Relatives; General Introduction;
- Bibliography; Introduction toPoems (1856)
- Poems (1856)
- Vol. 2. Poems (1856), continued
- Vol. 3. Critical Introduction. Reviews of Aurora Leigh.Textual Introduction. Aurora Leigh
- (1859). Dedication; Book I; Book II; Book III; Book IV; Book V; Book VI; Book VII;
- Book VIII; Book IX; Notes
- Vol. 4. Introduction. Works not included in Poems. Works Published after Aurora Leigh
- Vol. 5. Introduction. Works Published after Aurora Leigh,cont. Works Unpublished in
- EBB's Lifetime. Undated Items and Fragments. Consolidated Index
Bulwer Lytton, Rosina, Baroness Lytton. The Collected Letters of Rosina Bulwer Lytton.
Edited by Marie Mulvey-Roberts with Steve Carpenter. 3 vols. London; Brookfield, Vt.:
Pickering & Chatto, 2008.
Burney, Fanny. The Complete Plays of Frances Burney. Edited by Peter Sabor; associate
editor Stewart J. Cooke. 2 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto, 1995.
- Vol. 1: Comedies: The Witlings (1778-80); Love and Fashion (1798-99); A Busy Day
- (1800-2); The Woman-Hater(1800-2)
- Vol. 2: Tragedies: Edwy and Elgiva (1788-95); Hubert de Vere (1790-97); The Siege of Pevensey (1790-91); Elberta(1791-1814); The Triumphant Toadeater (1798)
Edgeworth, Maria. The Works of Maria Edgeworth. General editor: Marilyn Butler. Volume
editors: Marilyn Butler, Connor Carville, Claire Connolly, Jane Desmarais, Elizabeth Eger,
Siobhán Kilfeather, Susan Manly, Tim McLoughlin, Clíona ÓGallchoir, Heidi Van de Veire and
Kim Walker. 12 vols. London; Brookfield, Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 1999-2003.
- Vol. 1. General Introduction; Textual Note; Introductory Note; Castle Rackrent (1800);
- Irish Bulls (1802); Ennui(1809); Endnotes; Textual Variants. Edited by Jane Desmarais,
- Tim McLoughlin and Marilyn Butler. General introduction by Marilyn Butler
- Vol. 2. Introductory Note; Abbreviations; Belinda (1801); Endnotes; Textual Variants;
- Appendix 1; Appendix 2. Edited by Siobhán Kilfeather
- Vol. 3. Introductory Note; Leonora (1806); Harrington (1817); Endnotes; Textual Variants.
- Edited by Marilyn Butler and Susan Manly
- Vol. 4. Introductory Note; Manoeuvring (1809); Vivian (1812); Endnotes; Textual Variants
- Edited by Claire Connolly with Marilyn Butler
- Vol. 5. Introductory Note; The Absentee (1812); Madame de Fleury (1809); Emilie de Coulanges (1812); Endnotes; Textual Note; Textual Variants. Edited by Heidi van de
- Veire and Kim Walker
- Vols. 6-7. Introductory Note; Patronage (1814); Endnotes; Textual Variants. Edited by
- Conor Carville and Marilyn Butler
- Vol. 8. Introductory Note; Ormond (1817); Endnotes; Textual Variants. Edited by Claire
- Vol. 9. Introductory Note; Helen (1834); Endnotes; Textual Variants. Edited by Susan
- Manly and Clíona ÓGallchoir
- Vol. 10. Selected short fiction. Introductory note; “Preface,” “Lazy Lawrence,” “Waste Not,
- Want Not,” “Forgive and Forget,” “Simple Susan,” “The Mimic,” “The Orphans,” “The
- Basket Woman,” “The White Pigeon,” The Parent’s Assistant (1800); “Forester,”
- “Angelina,” Moral Tales for Young People (1801); Endnotes; Textual Variants. Edited by
- Elizabeth Eger and Clíona ÓGallchoir
- Vol. 11. Introductory Note; Acknowledgments and Dedication; Practical Education (1798);
- Index; Endnotes; Textual Variants; Plates. Edited by Susan Manly
- Vol. 12. Introductory Note; “Lame Jervas,” “The Grateful Negro,” Popular Tales (1804);
- “Harry and Lucy,” “Rosamond,” “Frank,” “The Little Dog Trusty,” “The Orange Man,” “The
- Cherry Orchard,” Early Lessons (1801); Endnotes; Textual Variants; Manuscript Material
- Introductory Note; Whim for Whim (1798); Endnotes; List of Errata; Index. Edited by
- Elizabeth Eger, Clíona ÓGallchoir, and Marilyn Butler
Eliot, George. The Complete Shorter Poetry of George Eliot. Edited by Antonie Gerard van
den Broek. 2 volumes. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2005.
Eliot, George. The Spanish Gypsy. Edited by Antonie Gerard van den Broek. Consulting editor,
William Baker. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2008.
Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn. The Works of Elizabeth Gaskell.General editor, Joanne Shattock.
Advisory editor: Angus Easson. Volume editors: Joanne Shattock, Linda Peterson, Josie
Billington, Alan Shelston, Charlotte Mitchell, Elisabeth Jay, Linda K Hughes, Deirdre d'Albertis,
Marion Shaw, Joanne Wilkes. 10 vols. Part I, vols. 1-3, 5, 7. Part II, vols. 4, 6, 8-10.
London: Pickering & Chatto, 2005-2006.
- Vol. 1. Journalism, Early Fiction and Personal Writings. Edited by Joanne Shattock
- Vol. 2. Novellas and Shorter Fiction: The Moorland Cottage, Cranford and Related
- Writing. Edited by Alan Shelston
- Vol. 3. Novellas and Shorter Fiction: Round the Sofa and Tales from Household Words
- Vol. 4. Novellas and Shorter Fiction: “Cousin Phillis and other Tales” from All the Year
- Round and the Cornhill Magazine 1859–1864. Edited by Linda Hughes
- Vol. 5. Mary Barton (1848) and William Gaskell, Two lectures on the Lancashire dialect.
- Edited by Joanne Wilkes
- Vol. 6. Ruth (1853). Edited by Deirdre d'Albertis
- Vol. 7. North and South (1855). Edited by Elisabeth Jay
- Vol. 8. The Life of Charlotte Brontë. Edited by Linda H. Peterson
- Vol. 9. Sylvia's Lovers (1863). Edited by Marion Shaw
- Vol. 10. Wives and Daughters (1866). Edited by Josie Billington
Haywood, Eliza. The Selected Works of Eliza Haywood. Edited by Alexander Pettit et al.
6 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2000-2001.
- Vol. 1. The Tea-Table (1725); The Tea-Table . . . Part the Second (1726); Reflections on
- the Various Effects of Love(1726); Love-Letters on All Occasions (1730); A Present for a
- Servant-Maid (1743)
- Vol. 2. Epistles for the Ladies, Vol. 1 (1749); Epistles for the Ladies, Vol. 2 (1750)
- Vol. 3. The Wife (1755); The Husband (1756); The Young Lady (1756)
- Vol. 4. The Dramatic Historiographer (The Companion to the Theatre, Volume 1) (1735); The Parrot (1746); Preface to A Companion to the Theatre (1747)
- Vol. 5. The Female Spectator. Vols. 1 and 2
- Vol. 6. The Female Spectator. Vols. 3 and 4
Spedding, Patrick, ed. A Bibliography of Eliza Haywood. Edited by Patrick Spedding. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2004.
Inchbald, Elizabeth. The Diaries of Elizabeth Inchbald. Edited by Ben P. Robertson. 3 vols. London; Brookfield, Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 2007.
- Vol. 1. The Early Years on the Stage—Scotland, France, Ireland, the Provinces, and London, 1776-1781
- Vol. 2. The Height of Fame—Acting, Playwriting, and Novel Writing, 1782-1793
- Vol. 3. The Introspective Years—Drama Criticism, Napoleonic Wars, and the Queen’s
- Trial, 1807-1820
Lamb, Caroline, Lady. The Works of Lady Caroline Lamb. Edited by Leigh Wetherall
Dickson and Malcolm Paul Douglass, Jr. 3 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2009.
- Vol. 1. Glenarvon (1816). Edited by Paul Douglass
- Vol. 2. Graham Hamilton (1822) and poems. Edited by Leigh Wetherall Dickson and Paul
- Douglass. Poems: Poems From Letters; Poems from a Gift Book in the Hertfordshire
- Archives; Additional Poems from a Gift Book for Georgiana, Lady Morpeth, in the Castle
- Howard Archives; Verses from Glenarvon (1816); Long Poems; Verses from Graham
- Hamilton (1822) and Ada Reis (1823); Additional Verses from Isaac Nathan’s Fugitive
- Pieces and Reminiscences of Lord Byron . . . also Some Original Poetry, Letter and
- Recollections of Lady Caroline Lamb
- Vol. 3. Ada Reis, a Tale (1823). Edited by Leigh Wetherall Dickson
Manley, Delarivier. The Selected Works of Delarivier Manley.General editors, Rachel
Carnell and Ruth Herman. Consulting editor, W. R. Owens. 5 vols. London: Pickering and
- Vol. 1. The Secret History of Queen Zarah (1705); Letters Writen by Mrs Manley (1696);
- Ladies Pacquet Broke Open(1707)
- Vol. 2. The New Atalantis (1709)
- Vol. 3. Memoirs of Europe (1710)
- Vol. 4. Rivella (1714); The Power of Love (1720)
- Vol. 5. The Pamphlets (1709–1713); The Examiner (1711);Almyna: or The Vow (1707);
- Lucius, the First Christian King of Britain (1717)
Martineau, Harriet. The Collected Letters of Harriet Martineau.General editor, Deborah Anna
Logan. Advisory editor, Valerie Sanders. 5 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2007.
- Vol. 1. Early Years
- Vol. 2. 1830s and 1840s
- Vols. 3-4. 1850s and early 1860s
- Vol. 5. Late 1860s and 1870s
Martineau, Harriet. Harriet Martineau's Writing on British History and Military Reform. Edited by
Deborah Anna Logan. 6 vols. London; Brookfield, Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 2005.
- Vols. 1–5. History of the Peace: Being a History of England from 1816 to 1854. With an
- introduction 1800 to 1815(1864)
- Vol. 6. England and her Soldiers (1859); Daily News leaders on sanitary reform in the
- armed forces: “Army Hygiene” (14 January 1859 and 18 January 1859); “Royal
- Commission on the Sanitary Condition of the Army” (26 January 1859); “Reconstitution of
- the Army Medical Department” ( 11 February 1859 ); “An appeal to the Minister of War:
- Why the Delay?”(16 February 1859); “Sanitary reform for preventable epidemic disease
- as a matter of national security” (5 March 1859); “Sidney Herbert and barrack reform”
- (27 June 1859); “Overview of sanitary reform in the military in 'Review of the Year'”
- (31 December 1859); “Health in the Camps,” “Health in the Hospitals,” Atlantic Monthly
- (1861); Previously unpublished correspondence between Martineau and Florence
- Nightingale addressing health, illness, mortality, preventable disease, and nationalism;
- Selections from Once a Week: “Florence Nightingale’s Latest Charity” (15 August 1863);
- “The Training of Nurses” (30 June 1860); “3 Woman’s Battlefield” (3 December 1859);
- “The Soldier and Sailor: Their Health” (5 January 1861); “Nurses Wanted,” Cornhill
- Magazine (1865); “Miss Nightingale’s Notes on Nursing,” Quarterly Review (1860)
_____. Harriet Martineau's Writing on the British Empire. Edited by Deborah Anna Logan.
Advisory editors, Antoinette Burton and Kitty Sklar. Preface by Patrick Brantlinger. 5 vols.
London; Brookfield, Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 2004.
- Vol. 1. The Empire Question. “Life in the Wilds” (1832); “Demerara” (1833); “Cinnamon
- and Pearls” (1833); “Dawn Island” (1845)
- Vol. 2. The Middle Eastern Question. Eastern Life, Present and Past (1848), Part I
- Vol. 3. The Middle Eastern Question. Eastern Life, Present and Past (1848), Part II
- Vol. 4. The Irish Question. “Ireland” (1832); Letters from Ireland (1852); Endowed
- Schools of Ireland (1858)
- Vol. 5. The India Question. British Rule In India. A Historical Sketch (1857); Suggestions
- Towards The Future Government Of India (1858); India [Our Ignorance of India], Daily
- News (1857); India [“Review of the Year”], Daily News(1857); India, [Understanding India]
- Daily News (1858); East India Company [Land], Daily News (1858); East India Company
- [Taxation], Daily News (1858); East India Company [Justice], Daily News (1858); East
- India Company [Treatment of Criminals], Daily News (1858); East India Company [Public
- Works], Daily News (1858); East India Company [Education], Daily News (1858); East
- India Company [Public Works], Daily News (1858); East India Company [Welfare of
- Natives], Daily News (1858); East India Company [Final Dissolution], Daily News (1858);
- China [Sir John Bowring], Daily News (1857); China [British Aggression], Daily News
- (1857); China [and the Indian Mutiny], Daily News (1857); China [Impending War], Daily
- News (1857); China [“Review of the Year”], Daily News(1857); China [Canton], Daily
- News (1858); China [Canton and Western Trade], Daily News (1858)
Robinson, Mary. The Works of Mary Robinson. General editor, William D Brewer. Volume
editors: Hester Davenport, Daniel Robinson, Sharon M Setzer, Julie A Shaffer, Orianne
Smith and Dawn Vernooy-Epp. 8 vols. Part I, vols. 1-4. Part II, vols. 5-8. London: Pickering
& Chatto, 2009-2010.
- Vol. 1. Poems. Edited by Daniel Robinson
- Vol. 2. Poems (continued). Edited by Daniel Robinson;Vancenza; or, The Dangers of
- Credulity (1792); The Widow; or, A Picture of Modern Times (1794). Edited by Dawn M.
- Vol. 3. Angelina; A Novel (1796). Edited by Sharon M. Setzer
- Vol. 4. Hubert de Sevrac, A Romance, of the Eighteenth Century (1796). Edited by
- Orianne Smith
- Vol. 5. Walsingham; or, The Pupil of Nature: A Domestic Story (1797). Edited by William
- D. Brewer
- Vol. 6. The False Friend: A Domestic Story (1799). Edited by Julie A Shaffer
- Vol. 7. The Natural Daughter. With Portraits of the Leadenhead Family. A Novel (1799);
- Memoirs of Mrs Mary Robinson; Letters from Mary Robinson. Edited by Hester Davenport
- Vol. 8. The Lucky Escape (1778); Impartial Reflections on the Present Situation of the
- Queen of France (1791);Nobody, a Comedy in Two Acts (performed 1794); The Sicilian
- Lover (1796); A Letter to the Women of England(1799); “The Sylphid Essays,” Morning
- Post (October 1799 - February 1800); “Present State of the Manners, Society, Etc. Etc.
- of the Metropolis of England,” Monthly Magazine(1800); “Memoirs and Anecdotes of
- Eminent Persons,”Monthly Magazine (1800); “Biographical Sketches” (1800–1801);
- “Jasper” (1801). Edited by William D. Brewer and Sharon M. Setzer
Shelley, Mary. Mary Shelley's Literary Lives and Other Writings.With a general introduction
by Nora Crook. Volume editors: Clarissa Campbell Orr, Pamela Clemit, Tilar Mazzeo, Arnold
Markley and Lisa Vargo. 4 vols. London; Brookfield, Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 2002.
- Vol. 1. Italian Lives: Lives of Petrarch, Boccaccio, Lorenzo di Medici, Marsiglio Ficino,
- Giovanni Pico dell Mirandola, Angelo Poliziano, Bernardo Pulci, Luca Pulci, Luigi Pulci,
- Cieco de Ferrara, Burchiello, Matteo Maria Bojardo, Francesco Berni, Machiavelli,
- Guiccardini, Vittoria Colonna, Giovanni Battista Guarini, Gabriello Chiabrera, Alessandro
- Tassoni, Giambattista Marini, Vincenzo de Filicaja, Pietro Metastasio, Carlo Goldoni,
- Vittorio Alfieri, Vincenzo Monti, Ugo Foscolo
- Vol. 2. Spanish and Portuguese lives: Survey of early Hispanic literature, Juan Boscan,
- Garcilaso de la Vega, Diego Hurtado de Mendoza, Luis Ponce de Leon, Fernando de
- Herrera, Jorge de Montemayor, Cristobal de Castillejo, Cervantes, Alonzo de Ericilla [not
- by Mary Shelley], Lope de Vega, Vincente Espinel, Esteban de Villegas, Luis de Gongora,
- Franciso Gomez de Quevedo, Pedro Calderon de la Barca, Bernardim Ribeyro, Gil
- Vincente, Francisco de Sa de Miranda, Antonio Ferreira, Luiz Vaz de Camoens;French
- Lives: Montaigne, Rabelais [not by Mary Shelley], Corneille, La Rochefoucauld
- Vol. 3. French Lives: Moliere, Boileau, Racine, La Fontaine [not by Mary Shelley], Pascal,
- Madame de Sevigne, Fenelon, Voltaire, Rousseau, Condorcet, Mirabeau, Madame
- Roland, Madame de Stael
- Vol. 4. Memoirs: “Life of William Godwin” (1836-c.1840); Non-dramatic poetry: “The
- Choice” (1823); “On Reading Wordsworth’s Lines on Peel Castle” (1825); “To Jane with
- the Last Man” (1826); “Absence” (1830); “A Dirge” (1830); “The Death of Love” (1831); “A
- Night Scene” (1831); “To love in solitude” (1832); “Stanzas” (1832); “La Vida es sueno”
- (1833-1834); “Fair Italy! Still shines thy sun as bright” (1833); “Tempo e ben di morire”
- (1833) “O listen while I sing to thee” (1838); “O come to me in dreams” (1838); “How like
- a Star you rose upon my Life” (1838); Uncollected Fiction: “Maurice” (1820); “Lacy de
- Vere” (1827); “Cecil” (c. 1845) [newly identified as a translation]; Uncollected Non-fiction:
- “Theseus” fragment; “Cyrus” fragment (c. 1815); “Book of Samuel” fragment (?1819–1820);
- “Necessity of a Belief in the Heathen Mythology” (c. 1820); “Life of Shelley” (1823);
- “Modern Italian Romances” (1838); Translations: “Cupid and Psyche” (1817), “Relation of
- the Death of the Family of the Cenci” (1819); Two chapters, of translation of Laura Tighe
- Galloni's novel Inez de Medina (?1848–1850); Part-Authored and Attributed Writings
Shelley, Mary. The Novels and Selected Works of Mary Shelley.Edited by Nora Crook with
Pamela Clemit. Consulting Editor: Betty T. Bennett. 8 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto, 1996.
- Vol. 1. Frankenstein (1818)
- Vol. 2. Matilda (1819), Dramas, Reviews, Prefaces and Notes
- Vol. 3. Valperga (1823)
- Vol. 4. The Last Man (1826)
- Vol. 5. The Fortunes of Perkin Warbeck, A Romance(1830)
- Vol. 6. Lodore (1835)
- Vol. 7. Falkner (1837)
- Vol. 8. Travel Writing, Index of Places and Names
Smith, Charlotte Turner. The Works of Charlotte Smith. General editor, Stuart Curran. Volume
editors, Stuart Curran, ... [et al.] 14 vols. Part I, vols. 1-5. Part II, vols. 6-10. Part III, vols.
11-14. London : Pickering & Chatto, 2005-2007.
- Vol. 1. Manon L'Escaut or The Fatal Attachment (1786);The Romance of Real Life (1787).
- Edited by Michael Garner with assistance from Karla M. Taylor
- Vol. 2. Emmeline, the Orphan of the Castle (1788). Edited by Judith Stanton
- Vol. 3. Ethelinde, or the Recluse of the Lake (1789). Edited by Stuart Curran
- Vol. 4. Celestina (1791). Edited by Kristina Straub
- Vol. 5. Desmond (1792). Edited by Stuart Curran
- Vol. 6. The Old Manor House. Edited by Ina Ferris
- Vol. 7. The Wanderings of Warwick; The Banished Man.Edited by M. O. Grenby
- Vol. 8. Montalbert. Edited by Stuart Curran and Adriana Craciun
- Vol. 9. Marchmont. Edited by Kate Davies and Harriet Guest
- Vol. 10. The Young Philosopher. Edited by A. A. Markley
- Vol. 11. The Letters of a Solitary Wanderer. Edited by David Lorne Macdonald
- Vol. 12. Rural Walks; Rambles Farther; Minor Morals; andA Narrative of the Loss of the
- Catherine. Edited by Elizabeth A. Dolan
- Vol. 13. Who is She? (1798); Conversations Introducing Poetry, Chiefly on Subjects of
- Natural History (1804); The Natural History of Birds (1807). Edited by Judith Pascoe
- Vol. 14. Elegiac Sonnets (1784, 1797), The Emigrants(1792), and Beachy Head, and
- Other Poems (1807); Uncollected poems. Edited by Jacqueline M. Labbe
Trollope, Frances Milton. The Social Problem Novels of Frances Trollope. General editor, Brenda
Ayres. Editor, Christian Sutphin. 4 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2008.
- Vol 1. The Life and Adventures of Jonathan Jefferson Whitlaw: Or Scenes on the
- Mississippi (1836)
- Vol. 2. The Vicar of Wrexhill (1837)
- Vol. 3. The Life and Adventures of Michael Armstrong, the Factory Boy (1840)
- Vol. 4. Jessie Phillips: A Tale of the Present Day (1843)
Wharton, Edith. The Unpublished Writings of Edith Wharton.Edited by Laura Rattray. 2 vols.
London: Pickering & Chatto, 2009.
- Vol. 1. Plays: Introduction; Editorial Note; Edith Wharton as Playwright; The Man of Genius; Untitled; The Arch; The Necklace; Kate Spain; Plays: Appendix
- Vol. 2. Novels and Life Writing; Introduction; Editorial Note;Fast and Loose; Disintegration; Literature; Life and I; "Quaderno dello Studente"; Bibliography
Wollstonecraft, Mary. The Works of Mary Wollstonecraft. Edited by Janet Todd and Marilyn
Butler. Assistant editor, Emma Rees-Mogg. 7 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto, 1989.
- Vol. 1. Mary, A Fiction. The Wrongs of Woman: or, Maria. The Cave of Fancy
- Vol. 2. Elements of Morality. Young Grandison
- Vol. 3. Of the Importance of Religious Opinions
- Vol. 4. Thoughts on the Education of Daughters. The Female Reader. Original Stories.
- Letters on the Management of Infants. Lessons
- Vol. 5. A Vindication of the Rights of Men. A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. Hints
- Vol. 6. An Historical and Moral View of the French Revolution. Letters to Joseph Johnson.
- Letters Written in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Letters to Gilbert Imlay
- Vol. 7. On Poetry. Contributions to the Analytical Review,1788-1797
CHAWTON HOUSE LIBRARY
Chawton House Library: Women's Memoirs
Culley, Amy, ed. Women's Court and Society Memoirs. Edited by Amy Culley. 9 vols. Part I.
Vols 1-4. Part II. Vols 5-9. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2009-2010.
- Vol. 1. [Lady Charlotte Bury], Diary illustrative of the times of George the Fourth (1838),
- volume I
- Vol. 2. [Lady Charlotte Bury], Diary illustrative of the times of George the Fourth (1838),
- volume II
- Vol. 3. Catherine E. Cary, Memoirs of Miss C.E. Cary(1825), volume I
- Vol. 4. Catherine E. Cary, Memoirs of Miss C.E. Cary(1825), volume II and III
- Vol. 5. Elizabeth Hervey, Life and memoirs of Elizabeth Chudleigh (1789)
- Vol. 6. Mary Anne Clarke, The rival princes, or, a faithful narrative of facts, relating to
- Mrs M.A. Clarke's political acquaintance (1810)
- Vol. 7. Pauline Adelaide Alexandre Panam, Memoirs of a young Greek lady (1823)
- Vol. 8. Elizabeth Craven, Memoirs of the Margravine of Anspach, formerly Lady Craven
- (1826), volume I
- Vol. 9. Elizabeth Craven, Memoirs of the Margravine of Anspach, formerly Lady Craven
- (1826), volume II
Batchelor, Jennie, ed. Women's Theatrical Memoirs, 1610-1725.Series editor, Jennie
Batchelor. Volume editors: Sue Mcpherson, Sharon M Setzer and Julia Swindells. 10 vols.
Part I, vols. 1-5. Part II, vols. 6-10. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2007-2008.
- Vol. 1. Mary Robinson, Memoirs of the Late Mrs Robinson(1801)
- Vols. 2-3. James Boaden, The Life of Mrs Jordan (1831)
- Vols. 4-5. Thomas Campbell, Life of Mrs Siddons (1834)
- Vols. 6-8. Elizabeth Steele, The Memoirs of Mrs Sophia Baddeley (1787)
- Vol. 9. Leah Sumbel, Memoirs of the Life of Mrs Sumbel, Part I (1811)
- Vol. 10. Leah Sumbel, Memoirs of the Life of Mrs Sumbel, Part II (1811); [A Gentleman],
- Memoirs of George Anne Bellamy (1785); The Life and Memoirs of the late Miss Ann
- Catley by Miss Ambross (c. 1789); Elizabeth Billington,Memoirs of Mrs Billington (1792)
Chawton House Library: Women's Travel Writings
Bending, Stephen, and Stephen Bygrave, eds. Women's Travel Writings in Italy. Series
editors, Stephen Bending and Stephen Bygrave. Volume editors: Donatella Badin, Julia
Banister, Catherine Dille, Betty Hagglund and Annie Richardson. 9 vols. Part I, vols. 1-4.
Part II, vols. 5-9. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2009-2010.
- Vols. 1-2. [Lady Anna Riggs Miller], Letters from Italy(1777)
- Vols. 3-4. Hester Lynch Piozzi, Observations and Reflections Made in the Course of a
- Journey through France, Italy and Germany (1789)
- Vol. 5. Maria Graham, Three Months Passed in the Mountains East of Rome (1820)
- Vols. 6-7. Lady Morgan, Italy (1821)
- Vols. 8-9. Harriet Morton, Protestant Vigils, or Evening Records of a Journey in Italy (1829)
_____. Women's Travel Writings in Revolutionary France. Edited by Stephen Bending and
Stephen Bygrave. 7 vols. Part I, vols. 1-3. Part II, vols. 4-7. London: Pickering & Chatto,
- Vols. 1-2. Helen Maria Williams, Letters Containing a Sketch of the Scenes which Passed
- in Various Departments of France during the Tyranny of Robespierre(1796)
- Vol. 3. Helen Maria Williams, A Tour in Switzerland (1798); Charlotte West, A Ten Years’
- Residence in France, During the Severest Part of the Revolution . . . 1787 to 1797(1821)
- Vol. 4. A Sketch of Modern France (1798), "By a Lady," though equally possibly by its
- putative editor, Christopher Lake Moody
- Vols. 5-7. Anne Plumptre, A Narrative of a Three Years’ Residence in France, 1802-1805
Chawton House Library: Women's Novels
Batchelor, Jennie, and Megan Hiatt, eds. The Histories of Some of the Penitents in
the Magdalen House. London; Brookfield, Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 2007.
Burney, Sarah Harriet. The Romance of Private Life (1839). Edited by Lorna J. Clark. London;
Brookfield, Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 2008.
Costello, Mrs. The Soldier's Orphan: A Tale. Edited by Clare Broome Saunders. London:
Pickering & Chatto, 2010.
De Genlis, Stéphanie-Félicité, Comtesse de. Adelaide and Theodore, or Letters on Education
(1783). Edited by Gillian Dow. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2007.
Foster, E. M. The Corinna of England, and a Heroine in the Shade: a Modern Romance
(1809). Edited by Sylvia Bordoni. London; Brookfield, Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 2008.
Green, Sarah. The Private History of the Court of England. Edited by Fiona Price. London:
Pickering & Chatto, 2011.
Green, Sarah. Romance Readers and Romance Writers (1810). Edited by Christopher
Goulding. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2010.
Hervey, Elizabeth. The History of Ned Evans. Edited by Helena Kelly. London: Pickering &
LeFanu, Alicia. Strathallan. Edited by Anna M. Fitzer. London; Brookfield, Vt.: Pickering & Chatto,
Tomlins, Elizabeth Sophia. The Victim of Fancy. Edited by Daniel Cook. London; Brookfield,
Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 2009.
Williams, Helen Maria. Julia (1790). Edited by Natasha Duquette. London: Pickering & Chatto,
PICKERING WOMEN'S CLASSICS
Baillie, Joanna. Joanna Baillie: A Selection of Poems and Plays.Edited with introduction and
notes by Amanda Gilroy and Keith Hanley. London; Brookfield, Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 2002.
Cavendish, Margaret. The Description of a New World, Called The Blazing World
(1666) and Other Writings. Edited by Kate Lilley. London: W. Pickering, 1992.
Charke, Charlotte. Narrative of the Life of Charlotte Charke. Edited with introduction and
notes by Robert Rehder. London: Pickering & Chatto, 1999.
Counterfeit Ladies. The Life and Death of Mal Cutpurse and The Case of Mary Carleton.
London: William Pickering, 1994.
Eliot, George. Impressions of Theophrastus Such. Edited by Nancy Henry. London: Pickering &
Inchbald, Elizbeth. Nature and Art. Edited with introduction and notes by Shawn Lisa
Maurer. London; Brookfield, Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 1997.
Nightingale, Florence. Cassandra and other selections fromSuggestions for thought. Edited by
Mary Poovey. London: Pickering & Chatto, 1992.
Owenson, Sydney, Lady Morgan. The Wild Irish Girl. Edited with an introduction and notes by
Claire Connolly and Stephen Copley. With a foreword by Kevin Whelan. London; Brookfield,
Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 2000.
Rossetti, Christina. Maude. “On Sisterhoods” and A Woman's Thoughts about Women by Dinah
Mulock Craik. [All] edited by Elaine Showalter. Textual notes by Penny Mahon. London:
Pickering & Chatto, 1993.
Serao, Matilde. The conquest of Rome. Edited by Ann Caesar. London: Pickering and Chatto,
La Roche, Sophie von. The History of Lady Sophia Sternheim.Edited by James Lynn.
London: Pickering & Chatto, 1992.
WOMEN'S STUDIES COLLECTIONS
Bluestocking Feminism: Writings of the Bluestocking Circle, 1738-1785. General editor, Gary
Kelly; volume editors Elizabeth Eger, et al. 6 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto, 1999.
- Vol. 1: Elizabeth Montagu, 1720-1800: An Essay on the Writings & Genius of Shakespear;
- Dialogues of the Dead; Unpublished Dialogues; Selected Letters
- Vol. 2: Elizabeth Carter, 1717-1806: The Works of Epictetus; Selected Poems; Selected
- Prose; Miscellaneous Letters
- Vol. 3: Catherine Talbot and Hester Chapone: Catherina Talbot, 1721-1770. Hester
- Chapone, 1717-1801
- Vol. 4: Anna Seward, 1742-1809: Love Elegies and Epistles; Verses; Inscriptions;
- Selected Sonnets; Extracts from Anna Seward's Literary Correspondence; Extracts from
- The Letters of Anna Seward Written Between The Years 1784 and 1807; Extracts from
- Anna Seward’s Memoirs of the Life of Dr. Darwin, Chiefly During his Residence at
- Lichfield, With Anecdotes of his Friends, and Criticisms on his Writings
- Vol. 5: Sarah Scott, 1721–1795: A Journey Through Every Stage of Life, Vol. 1; A
- Journey Through Every Stage of Life, Vol. 2
- Vol. 6: Sarah Scott, 1721-1795, and Clara Reeve, 1729-1807: Sarah Scott, The Test of
- Filial Duty, Vols. 1 and 2. Clara Reeve, The Progress of Romance
Eighteenth Century Women Playwrights. General editor, Derek Hughes. 6 vols. London:
Pickering & Chatto, 2001.
- Vol. 1: Delarivier Manley and Eliza Haywood: Delarivier Manley, The Lost Lover (1696);
- The Royal Mischief (1696). Eliza Haywood, The Fair Captive (1721); A Wife to be Lett
- Vol. 2: Mary Pix and Catherine Trotter: Mary Pix, The Deceiver Deceived (1698); Queen
- Catharine: or, The Ruines of Love (1698). Catharine Trotter, Love at a Loss, or, Most
- Votes Carry It (1701); The Revolution of Sweden (1706)
- Vol. 3: Susanna Centlivre: The Basset-table (1705); The Busie Body (1709); The Wonder:
- A Woman Keeps A Secret (1714); A Bold Stroke For A Wife (1718)
- Vol. 4: Elizabeth Griffith: The Platonic Wife (1765); The Double Mistake (1766); The
- School For Rakes (1769; A Wife In The Right (1772)
- Vol. 5: Hannah Cowley: The Runaway (1776); The Belle's Stratagem (1780); A Bold
- Stroke For A Husband (1783);The Town Before You (1794)
- Vol. 6: Elizabeth Inchbald: The Widow's Vow 1786); Such Things Are (1787); The Chipli
- class; Next Door Neighbours(1791); Wives As They Were, And Maids As They Are(1797)
Silver Fork Novels, 1826-1841. General editor, Harriet Devine Jump. 6 vols. London: Pickering &
- Vol. 1. Lister, Thomas Henry. Granby: A Novel (1826). Edited by Clare Bainbridge
- Vol. 2. Landon, Letitia. Romance and Reality (1831). Edited by Cynthia Lawford
- Vol. 3. Bulwer Lytton, Edward. Godolphin. A Novel (1833). Edited by Harriet Devine Jump
- Vol. 4. Marguerite, Countess of Blessington. The Victims of Society (1837). Edited by Ann
- R. Hawkins and Jeraldine R. Kraver
- Vol. 5. Bulwer Lytton, Rosina. Cheveley: a Man of Honour(1839). Edited by Marie
- Vol. 6. Gore, Catherine. Cecil, Or the Adventures of a Coxcomb (1841). Edited by Andrea
- Hibbard and Edward Copeland.
Varieties of Female Gothic. General editor, Gary Kelly. 6 vols. London; Brookfield, Vt.:
Pickering & Chatto, 2002.
- Vol. 1. Enlightenment Gothic and Terror Gothic
- Vol. 2. Street Gothic: Female Gothic Chapbooks
- Vol. 3. Erotic Gothic
- Vols. 4-5. Historical Gothic
- Vol. 6. Orientalist Gothic
Varieties of Women's Sensation Fiction, 1855-1890. General editor, Andrew Maunder.
Consulting editor, Sally Mitchell. 6 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2004.
- Vol. 1. Sensationalism and the Sensation Debate. Edited by Andrew Maunder
- Vol. 2. Domestic Sensationalism. Florence Marryat, Love's conflict (1865). Edited by
- Andrew Maunder
- Vol. 3. Gothic Sensationalism. Ellen Wood, St Martin's eve(1866). Edited by Lyn Pykett
- Vol. 4. Sensation With a Purpose. Felicia Skene, Hidden depths (1866). Edited by Lillian
- Nayder. Erotic sensationalism. Rhoda Broughton, Cometh Up as a Flower(1867). Edited
- by Tamar Heller
- Vol. 5. Sensation and Detection. Mary Cecil Hay, Old Myddelton's money (1874). Edited
- by Mark Knight
- Vol. 6. Newspaper Sensationalism. Dora Russell, Beneath the Wave (1878). Edited by
- Graham Law
Women Writing Home, 1700-1920: Female Correspondence across the British Empire.
General editor, Klaus Stierstorfer. 6 vols. London; Brookfield, Vt.: Pickering & Chatto, 2006.
- Vol. 1. Africa. Edited by Silke Strickrodt. General Introduction; Bibliography; Volume
- Introduction; Note on the Text; Bibliography; Sabina Peter Clemens, Sierra Leone,
- 1851–63; Henrietta Elise König/Knödler, Sierra Leone, 1860–5; Lady Florence Dixie,
- South Africa, 1881; Jane Moir, Lake Nyasa and Lake Tanganyika, 1890; Ada Slatter,
- Transvaal, East African Protectorate and Rhodesia, 1904–21; Editorial Notes
- Vol. 2. Australia. Edited by Deirdre Coleman. Volume Introduction; Bibliography; New
- South Wales: Elizabeth Macarthur, 1789–1838 ; Elizabeth Macarthur, junior, 1817–18;
- Margaret Catchpole, 1802–11; Mary Wild, 1817–26; Christiana Blomfield, 1824–39;
- Fanny Macleay, 1826–36; Western Australia: Georgiana Molloy, 1832–41; Charlotte
- Bussell, 1839–53; Tasmania: Jane Franklin, 1837–42; South Australia: Mary Thomas,
- 1838–40; Editorial Notes
- Vol. 3. Canada. Edited by Cecily Devereux and Kathleen Venema. Volume Introduction;
- Bibliography; Early Colonial Period: Elizabeth Russell to Elizabeth Fairlie Kiernan, 1792–9;
- Women and Settlement: Rebecca Radcliff to the Reverend Thomas Radcliff and ‘Bridget
- Lacy’ to‘Mary’, 1832; Alice Rendell’s Circular Letters, 1903–5; Barbara Alice Slater to
- Lilian (‘Lily Anna’) and Ellen Clement, 1809–18; Colonial Administration: Frances Simpson;
- Isobel Finlayson; Letitia Hargrave; Travelling Women: Anna Brownell Jameson to Ottilie
- von Goethe, 1836–7; Clara, Lady Rayleigh, to her Mother; Editorial Notes
- Vol. 4. India. Edited by Klaus Stierstorfer. Introduction; Bibliography; Family and Society:
- Sophia Plowden, Calcutta, 1783; Matilda Spry, Bengal, 1856–9; Alice Massy, India 1875;
- Pioneer Women: Marie Elizabeth Hayes, Missonary Doctor, 1906–7; Margaret Noble /
- Sister Nivedita, 1911; Cornelia Sorabji to Mary, Lady Hobhouse and to Sir Valentine
- Chirol, India, 1893–; Editorial Notes
- Vol. 5. New Zealand. Edited by Charlotte J. Macdonald. Volume Introduction; Bibliography;
- Sarah Selwyn, Letters from New Zealand (1842-68); Caroline Abraham, Letters from New
- Zealand (1850-70); Sarah Greenwood, Letters from New Zealand (1843-89); Jane Maria
- Atkinson, Letters to Margaret Taylor (1853-1910); Georgina Bowen, Letters from New
- Zealand (1851-82); Editorial Notes
- Vol. 6. USA. Edited by Susan Imbarrato. Introduction; Bibliography; Domestic Concerns
- and Familial Connections: Sarah Cary, West Indies and Massachusetts, 1779–1824;
- Elizabeth Farmar, Philadelphia, 1774–89; Loyalist and Patriot: Anne Hulton, Boston,
- 1767–76; Esther de Berdt Reed, Philadelphia, 1770–80; Social Concerns and Advocacy:
- Mary Anne Estlin, Boston and New York, 1868; Editorial Notes; Consolidated Index