Harriet Martineau | further reading

Further reading

  • Chapman Maria Weston, Autobiography, with Memorials (1877). Virago, London 1983
  • Conway, Brian and Hill, Michael R. (2009) Harriet Martineau and Ireland. In: Social Thought on Ireland in the Nineteenth Century. University College Dublin Press, Dublin, pp. 47–66. ISBN 9781904558668
  • Logan, Deborah Anna (2002). The Hour and the Woman: Harriet Martineau's "Somewhat Remarkable" Life. Northern Illinois University Press. ISBN 0-87580-297-4.
  • David, Deeirdre (1989). Intellectual Women and Victorian Patriarchy: Harriet Martineau, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, George Eliot. Cornell Univ Pr. ISBN 0-8014-9414-1.
  • Rees, Joan. Women on the Nile: Writings of Harriet Martineau, Florence Nightingale, and Amelia Edwards. Rubicon Press: 1995, 2008.
  • Sanders, Valerie (1986). Reason Over Passion: Harriet Martineau and the Victorian Novel. New York: St. Martin's Pr. ISBN 0-7108-1018-0.
  • Dzelzainis, Ella and Kaplan, Cora (eds.) Harriet Martineau: Authorship, Society, and Empire (Manchester University Press, 2011); 263 pages; essays on her views of race, empire, and history, including the 1857 Indian Mutiny and the Atlantic slave trade.
  • Dalley, Lana L. “On Martineau’s Illustrations of Political Economy, 1832–34.” BRANCH: Britain, Representation and Nineteenth-Century History. Ed. Dino Franco Felluga. Extension of Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net. Web. Essay on Martineau's burgeoning career as a writer, which demarcates a time period economical upheaval.
  • Hunter, Shelagh. Harriet Martineau: The Poetics of Moralism. Scolar Press: 1995.
  • Pichanick, Valerie Kossew. Harriet Martineau: The Woman and Her Work, 1802-76. University of Michigan Press: 1980.
  • Wheatley, Vera. The Life and Work of Harriet Martineau. Essential Books: 1957.