Harriet Martineau Principal Works - Essay

Principal Works

(Nineteenth-Century Literary Criticism)

“Female Writers on Practical Divinity” (essay) 1822; published in journal Monthly Repository

Devotional Exercises, Consisting of Reflections and Prayers, for the Use of Young Persons, to Which Is Added a Treatise on the Lord's Supper [published anonymously] (nonfiction) 1823; enlarged as Devotional Exercises, to Which Is Added a Guide to the Study of the Scriptures 1832; republished as Devotional Exercises: Consisting of Reflections and Prayers for the Use of Young Persons, to Which Is Added a Guide to the Study of the Scripture 1840

Principle and Practice; or, The Orphan Family [published anonymously] (novella) 1827

The Rioters; or, a Tale of Bad Times [published anonymously] (novella) 1827

The Turn-out; or, Patience the best policy [published anonymously] (novella) 1829

Five Years of Youth; or, Sense and Sentiment (novel) 1831

*Illustrations of Political Economy. 9 vols. (short stories) 1832-34

Poor Laws and Paupers Illustrated. 4 vols. (short stories) 1833-34

Illustrations of Taxation. 5 vols. (short stories) 1834

Miscellanies. 2 vols. (essays, nonfiction, short stories) 1836

Society in America. 3 vols. (nonfiction) 1837

How to Observe: Morals and...

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