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A. Letters

CBBSE

Census of the Letters of Charles Brockden Brown

This listing identifies all known letters of Charles Brockden Brown. The census is based on the previous work of Holmes-Cavnar (1998) and Bennett (1976), and updates their findings with scholarship up to 2008. The census provides a complete listing of extant letters (in manuscript or earlier transcriptions) and of letters known only by mention in diaries and other sources, or quoted fragmentarily by their recipients.

Item number; recipient; date or [date] if uncertain; (Bennett number [B], Holmes-Cavnar number[HC]); "opening words"; MS location

  • 1788

    1788-L-001 To Unknown, 13 June 1788. (B1, HC2) "A Wilcocks went out of town" MS HSP

    1790

    1790-L-002 To [John Davidson], [Before December 1790] (B3, HC4) "Emilius, the friend of Charles" No MS: Paraphrase Allen, 44-46

    1791

    1791-L-003 To William Wood Wilkins, [Late 1791] (B4, HC5) "Listen my friend, the diallogue is short" MS Virginia

    1792

    1792-L-004 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., [20 March 1792] (B5, HC6) "It is certain that in general the excellence" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-005 To William Wood Wilkins, [Early or mid 1792] (B6, HC7) "Here I am seated at my desk" MS Texas

    1792-L-006 To William Wood Wilkins, [Summer 1792] (B7, HC8) "What, my friend, art thou certainly awake?" No MS: Transcript Allen, 57-60

    1792-L-007 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., Received 5 May 1792 (B12, HC13) "I have been conversing with Rousseau" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-008 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 6 May 1792 (B13, HC14) "Oh, my friend!" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-009 To [Joseph Bringhurst, Jr.], [7 May 1792] (B14, HC15) "Consolation didst thou say?" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-010 To [Joseph Bringhurst, Jr.], [May 1792] (B15, HC16) "Tarry a little, my good friend" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-011 To [Joseph Bringhurst, Jr.], Received 9 May 1792 (B16, HC17) "I devote almost all my leisure" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-012 To William Wood Wilkins, [May 1792] (B17, HC18) "Why is my inclination" No MS: Transcript Clark 1948, 79-82

    1792-L-013 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 13 May 1792 (B18, HC19) "I very much regret" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-014 To William Wood Wilkins, [May 1792] (B19, HC20) "Write to me my friend, I beseach you" MS Princeton

    1792-L-015 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., Received 16 May 1792 (B20, HC21) "I have, my dearest friend, pretty copiously" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-016 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., [19] May 1792 (B21, HC22) "My friend, I cannot express the pleasure" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-017 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., Received 20 May 1792 (B22, HC23) "Proceed my friend in your career" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-018 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 30 May 1792 (B23, HC24) "I am extreemly pleased with your vision" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-019 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 1 June 1792 (B24, HC25) "There are certain persons who" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-020 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., [Between 1 and 9 June 1792] (B25, HC26) "Thou receivest this because it is intended" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-021 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 9 June 1792 (B26, HC27) "I am extremely sorry to hear" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-022 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 10 June 1792 (B27, HC28) "As I have already observed" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-023 To [William Wood Wilkins], [Summer 1792] (B28, HC29) "I have read your letter. It is short." No MS: Transcript Allen, 50-55

    1792-L-023A To William Wood Wilkins, [Summer 1792] "In answer to your note" MS Delaware

    1792-L-024 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 9 August 1792 (B30, HC31) "How pleasing is the converse" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-025 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., [Oct.-Nov. 1792] (B8, HC9) "I have read your letter by favour of my friend" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-026 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., [Oct.-Nov. 1792] (B9, HC10) "No sooner have I read your letter" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-027 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., [Oct.-Nov. 1792] (B10, HC11) "I have read your letter with the utmost satisfaction" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-028 To William Wood Wilkins, [After October 1792] (B11, HC12) "The more I reflect the more clearly do I perceive" MS Virginia

    1792-L-029 To William Wood Wilkins, 3 November 1792 (B31, HC32) "I have, at this moment" No MS: Transcript Clark 1948, 93-95

    1792-L-030 To William Wood Wilkins, November 1792 (B33, HC33) "I am glad to see you" MS Virginia

    1792-L-031 To William Wood Wilkins, [Between 5 and 27 November 1792] (B32, H34) "Why, my friend, is there so" No MS: Transcript Allen, 61-67

    1792-L-032 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 1 December 1792 (B34, HC35) "There is a kind of intercourse which" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-033 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 9 December 1792 (B35, HC36) "You seem, my friend, to think" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-034 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 11 December 1792 (B36, HC37) "You impose the task of writing on me" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-035 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., [13 December 1792] (B29, HC30) "I must solicit your forgiveness" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-036 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 21 December 1792 (B38, HC38) "What an abundance of absurdity" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-037 To William Wood Wilkins, 31 December 1792 (B37, HC39) "I received a letter from you" No MS: Transcript Clark 1948, 101-103

  • 1793

    1793-L-038 To William Wood Wilkins, 22 January 1793 (B39, HC40) MS Texas

    1793-L-039 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., [Before 21 April 1793] (B41, HC41) "I said truth when I said" MS Bowdoin

    1793-L-040 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 21 April 1793 (B40, HC42) "I have so long been" MS Bowdoin

    1793-L-041 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., [April-May 1793] (B42, HC43) "The anxiety which you express" MS Bowdoin

    1793-L-042 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 22 May 1793 (B43, HC44) "You have doubtless been concerned" MS Bowdoin

    1793-L-043 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 11 June 1793 (B44 & B46, HC45) "I have just received your most" MS Bowdoin

    1793-L-044 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., [Before 22 July 1793 (B45, HC46) "I reflect upon my present situation" MS Bowdoin

    1793-L-045 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 25 July 1793 (B47, HC47) "It is with relectance that I" MS Bowdoin

    1793-L-046 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 29 July and 1 August 1793 (B48, HC48) "I cannot help regretting that" MS Bowdoin

    1793-L-047 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 16 August 1793 (B49, HC49) "Your last very curious" MS Bowdoin

    1792-L-047A To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 29 August 1793 "No doubt thou hast expected to hear" MS Delaware

    1793-L-048 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., [After 20 December 1793 and 8 January 1794] (B50 & B66, HC50) "I was sitting in the humble" MS Bowdoin

    1794

    1794-L-049 To William Johnson, 13 February 1794 (B51, HC51) "Mr. Smith, the pleasure" MS HSP

    1794-L-049A To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 24 February 1794 "You see that I have not forgotten" MS Delaware

    1794-L-050 To William Dunlap, 13 August 1794 (B52, HC52) "It will doubtless be pleasing" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1834, III.33

    1794-L-051 To Deborah Ferris, 4 October 1794. (Not in B, HC53) "Most respected friend" MS Bowdoin

    1794-L-052 To William Dunlap, 28 November 1794 (B53, HC54) "How many weeks have" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.91-93

    1795

    1795-L-053 To James Brown, 19 April 1795 (B56, HC55) "Our brother Joseph is just leaving" MS Virginia

    1795-L-054 To William Dunlap, September 1795 (B59, HC56) "Soon after my return" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1834, III.3

    1795-L-055 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 22 September 1795 (B60, HC57) No MS: Paraphrase and receipt noted Smith, 60 and 74

    1795-L-056 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 23 October 1795 (B61, HC58) No MS: Receipt noted Smith, 80

    1795-L-057 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 24 October 1795 (B62B63, HC59) "I have just received your letter" MS Bowdoin

    1795-L-058 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 30 October 1795 (B64, HC60) "I shall not I fear be able" MS Bowdoin

    1795-L-059 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, 10 December 1795 (B65, HC61) No MS: Paraphrase Smith, 100-101, 102, 114

    1795-L-060 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 30 December 1795 (B68, HC63) No MS: Paraphrase Smith, 117

    1795-L-061 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 29 and 30 December 1795 (B67, HC62) "I was going to apologize" MS Bowdoin

    1796

    1796-L-062 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 1 January 1796 (B69, HC64) "I have just received yours" MS Bowdoin

    1796-L-063 To William Dunlap, February 1796 (B70, HC65) "After wandering through fifty" No MS: Transcript and paraphrase Dunlap 1834, III.3-4

    1796-L-064 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 23 April 1796 (B71, HC66) No MS: Paraphrase and transcript Smith, 158, 163-164

    1796-L-065 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, 10 May 1796 (B72, HC67) No MS: Transcript and paraphrase: Smith, 167 and 170-171

    1796-L-066 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 11 May 1796 (B73, HC68) "Thou escaped'st, my good friend" MS Bowdoin

    1796-L-066A To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 13 May 1796 "It is some time since I recieved [sic] thy letter" MS Delaware

    1796-L-067 To William Dunlap and Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 17 May 1796 (B74, HC69) No MS: Receipt noted Smith, 168

    1796-L-068 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 7 July 1796 (B75, HC70) No MS: Transcript and paraphrase Smith, 184

    1796-L-069 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 11 July 1796 (B76, HC71) "Why have I not lately heard from thee, Josepho?" MS Bowdoin

    1796-L-070 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 20 July 1796 (B77, HC72) "How shall I account" MS Bowdoin

    1796-L-071 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 21 July 1796 (B78, HC73) No MS: Receipt noted Smith, 188

    1796-L-072 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 1 August 1796 (B79, HC74) No MS: Paraphrase Smith, 197

    1796-L-073 To James Brown, 1 September 1796 (B80, HC75) "[...]pectations of the beginning of last week" MS Columbia

    1796-L-074 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 14 September 1796 (Not in B, HC76) "I came hither yesterday." MS Bowdoin

    1796-L-075 To James Brown, 25 October 1796 (B81, HC77) "I have been busy" MS LCP

    1796-L-075A To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 10 January 1797 "At our friend EH Smiths request" MS Delaware

  • 1797

    1797-L-076 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 21 January 1797 (B82, HC78) No MS: Receipt noted Smith, 282

    1797-L-076A To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 14 March 1797 "I have been writing two letters" MS Delaware

    1797-L-077 To [William] Johnson, Received 23 March 1797 (B83, HC79) No MS: Receipt noted Smith, 302

    1797-L-077A To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 24 March 1797 "I recieved [sic] thy letter, but not till Yesterday" MS Delaware

    1797-L-078 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 27 April 1797 (B84, HC80) No MS: Receipt noted Smith, 314

    1797-L-079 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 7 June 1797 (B85, HC81)

    1797-L-080 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 18 July 1797 (B86, HC82) No MS: Receipt noted Smith, 323; Paraphrase and transcript Smith, 336-337, 338

    1797-L-081 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 7 August 1797 (B87, HC83)

    1797-L-082 To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 19 August 1797 (B88, HC84) "I arrived safely in town at 2 OClock" MS Bowdoin

    1797-L-083 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 29 August 1797 (B89, HC85) No MS: Paraphrase and receipt noted Smith, 352 and 364

    1797-L-083A To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 21 September 1797 "There is a person going immediately" MS Delaware

    1798

    1798-L-084 To William Dunlap, Received 1 January 1798 (B90, HC86) "It is nearly twelve months since I parted from you" MS HSP

    1798-L-085 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 2 January 1798 (B91, HC87) No MS: Paraphrase and receipt noted Smith, 413, 417-18

    1798-L-086 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 27 March 1798 (B92, HC88) No MS: Paraphrase Smith, 433-434

    1798-L-087 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 9 April 1798 (B93, HC89) No MS: receipt noted Smith, 436

    1798-L-088 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 17 April 1798 (B94, HC90) No MS: receipt noted Smith, 438, 442

    1798-L-089 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 24 April 1798 (B95, HC91) No MS: receipt noted Smith, 439-440

    1798-L-090 To Susan Potts, Received 24 April 1798 (B96, HC92) No MS: Receipt noted with 090 in Smith, 439-440

    1798-L-091 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 30 April 1798 (B97, HC93) No MS: Paraphrase Smith, 441

    1798-L-092 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 7 May 1798 (B98, HC94) No MS: Receipt noted Smith, 444

    1798-L-093 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 22 May 1798 (B99, HC95) No MS: Receipt noted Smith, 445

    1798-L-094 To Elihu Hubbard Smith, Received 9 June 1798 (B100, HC96) No MS: Receipt noted Smith, 448

    1798-L-095 To James Brown, 25 August 1798 (B102, HC98) "heavy rains, uncleansed sinks, and a continuance" No MS: Transcript and paraphrase Dunlap 1815, II.3-4

    1798-L-096 To [James Brown], [August-September 1798] (B101, HC97) "This romantic turn was not" No MS: Paraphrase Allen, 60-61

    1798-L-097 To James Brown, 4 September 1798 (B103, HC99) "When did you learn to rely upon rumour and news-paper information" No MS: Transcript and paraphrase Dunlap 1815, II.4-5

    1798-L-098 To William Dunlap, 4 September 1798 (B104, HC100) "Your letter was very acceptable & seasonable" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1930, I.335-336

    1798-L-099 To James Brown, [Between 4 and 12 September 1798] (B105, HC101) "[T]his pestilential air seems to be extending itself" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.5

    1798-L-100 To Maria Nicholson, [Between 7 and 16 September 1798] (B106, HC102) "So! A postscript from whom?" MS Virginia

    1798-L-101 To James Brown, 17 September 1798 (B107, HC103) "When calamity is at a distance" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.7-8

    1798-L-102 To William Dunlap, Received 18 September 1798 (B108, HC104) "10 OClock receive a letter from C B Brown" No MS: Paraphrase Dunlap 1930 I.339; Paraphrase Dunlap 1834, III.5

    1798-L-103 To [James] Brown, 18 and 20 September 1798 (B109, HC105) "What shall I write" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.9-10

    1798-L-103A To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., [Between 19 and 24 September 1798] "Inclosed is the letter that I promised to send thee" MS Delaware

    1798-L-104 To William Dunlap, 21 September 1798 (B110, HC106) "Well my beloved friend!" No MS: Transcript and paraphrase Dunlap 1930, I.341

    1798-L-105 To [Unknown, possible James Brown], [24 September 1798] (B111, HC107) "the weather has lately changed for the better" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.10

    1798-L-106 To [James] Brown, 25 September 1798 (B112, HC108) "It is with great pleasure, that I now inform you" No MS: Transcript and paraphrase Dunlap 1815, II.10-11

    1798-L-106A To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 20 October 1798 "Tho' I have been silent so long" MS Delaware

    1798-L-107 To Armitt Brown, 20 December 1798 (B114, HC110) "What excuse to make for my long silence" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815 II.93-94

    1798-L-108 To Thomas Jefferson, 25 December 1798 (B115, HC109) "After some hesitation a stranger to the person" MS LC

    1798-L-109 To Armitt Brown, Late December 1798 (B113, HC111) "Eight of my friends here" No MS: Transcript and paraphrase Dunlap 1815, II.11

    1799

    1799-L-110 To A[rmitt] Brown, 1 January 1799 (B116, HC112) "I have neither wife nor children who look" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.94-95

    1799-L-111 To James Brown, 15 February 1799 (B117, HC113) "I know not why I suffered your last" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.97-99

    1799-L-111A To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 19 March 1799 "I received thy letter, thy last letter" MS Delaware

    1799-L-112 To James Brown, 26 July 1799 (B118, HC114) "I am not sure that the present disposition" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.95-97

    1800

    1800-L-113 To William P. Beers, 12 February 1800 (B119, HC115) "I am sorry that the first time" MS Virginia

    1800-L-114 To James Brown, April 1800 (B120, HC116) "I received your letter and the volumes" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.99-100

    1800-L-115 To R[obert] P[roud], 1 September 1800 (B121, HC117) "I hoped to have met thee in this city" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.100-102

    1800-L-116 To [Unknown], 15 December 1800 (B122, HC118) "Pray tell me what sort of woman is this" MS Texas

  • 1801

    1801-L-117 To Elizabeth Linn, 17 February [1801] (B123, HC119) "When with you, it is your province to talk" MS Texas

    1801-L-118 To Elizabeth Linn, 20 February [1801] (B124, HC120) "What a melancholy, mortified, perplexed hour" MS Texas

    1801-L-119 To Elizabeth Linn, 28 February [1801] (B125, HC121) "So it seems, my note placed things on their right footing" MS Texas

    1801-L-120 To Elizabeth Linn, 2 March [1801] (B126, HC122) "Seated, I suppose, at her needle" MS Texas

    1801-L-121 To Elizabeth Linn, [Likely 24 February or 3 March 1801] (B155, HC148) "I must subdue this disposition to repine" MS Texas

    1801-L-122 To Elizabeth Linn, 6-7 March [1801] (B127, HC123) "Let me overlook—let me erase" MS Texas

    1801-L-123 To Elizabeth Linn, 10 March [1801] (B128, HC124) "I hope, my best friend, thou wilt be abroad" MS Texas

    1801-L-124 To Elizabeth Linn, [Before 17 March 1801] (B154, HC147) "How arrogant & ungrateful was I" MS Texas

    1801-L-125 To Elizabeth Linn, 17-18 March [1801] (B129 & B130, HC125) "What would I not give that every evening" MS Texas

    1801-L-126 To Elizabeth Linn, [Likely 19 March 1801] (B150 & B151, HC144) "So, says my domestic physician" MS Texas

    1801-L-127 To Elizabeth Linn, 23 March [1801] (B131, HC126) "So you wish me to be your task setter" MS Texas

    1801-L-128 To Elizabeth Linn, 27 March [1801] (B133, HC127) "What a peevish, discontented wretch was I" MS Texas

    1801-L-129 To Elizabeth Linn, 30 March [1801] (B134, HC128) "I write in odd situations" MS Texas

    1801-L-130 To Elizabeth Linn, 31 March [1801] (B135, HC129) "I parted from you last night with some uneasiness" MS Texas

    1801-L-131 To Elizabeth Linn, 1 April [1801] (B136, HC130) "What impertinents and headaches" MS Texas

    1801-L-132 To Elizabeth Linn, 2 April [1801] (B137, HC131) "Know you I disposed" MS Texas

    1801-L-133 To Elizabeth Linn, 3-4 [April 1801] (B138 & B139, HC132) "Another charming evening with my love!" MS Texas

    1801-L-134 To Elizabeth Linn, 6 [April 1801] (B140, HC133) "Fancy is a kind friend." MS Texas

    1801-L-135 To Elizabeth Linn, 9 April [1801] (B141, HC134) "You did sit down a few minutes in the day, then" MS Texas

    1801-L-136 To Elizabeth Linn, 10-11 April [1801] (B142 & 132, HC135 & HC136) "I believe I am an arrant simpleton" MS Texas

    1801-L-137 To Elizabeth Linn, 13 April [1801] (B143, HC137) "Did you see your friend to day?" MS Texas

    1801-L-138 To Elizabeth Linn, 14 April [1801] (B144, HC138) "How sweetly serene, how joyously bright" MS Texas

    1801-L-139 To Elizabeth Linn, 16 April [1801] (B145, HC139) "How does my friend to day?" MS Texas

    1801-L-140 To Elizabeth Linn, [Likely 16 April 1801] (B152, HC145) "What words can sufficiently convey" MS Texas

    1801-L-141 To Elizabeth Linn, 19 April [1801] (B146, HC140) "I saw my love an age ago" MS Texas

    1801-L-142 To Elizabeth Linn, [Between 19 and 27 April 1801] (B149, HC143) "Am I not to share with my beloved" MS Texas

    1801-L-143 To Elizabeth Linn, 27 April [1801] (B147, HC141) "Did you not request me to be your monitor; your tutor?" MS Texas

    1801-L-144 To Elizabeth Linn, 29 April [1801] (B148, HC142) "How strange, how whimsical" MS Texas

    1801-L-145 To Elizabeth Linn, [Likely week of 27 April to 1 May 1801] (B157, HC150) "It does not much become a wise man" MS Texas

    1801-L-146 To John E[lihu] Hall, 8 May 1801 (B158, HC151) "The printer has made considerable progress" MS Haverford

    1801-L-147 To Anthony Bleeker, 31 October 1801 (B159, HC152) "I need not say with how much pleasure I read your letter" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.103-104

    1802

    1802-L-148 To Mary Linn, 9 January 1802 (B160, HC153) "Will my friend do me the favour to accept" MS Virginia

    1802-L-149 To [William Johnson], 4 May 1802 (B161, HC154) "The bearer of this is Mr. Robert Cumming" MS Harvard

    1802-L-150 To [John Blair Linn], 8 July 1802 (B162, HC155) "Every day have I said: 'Well, this morning I will write'" MS NYPL

    1802-L-151 To Thomas Pym Cope, Received 8 July 1802 (Not in B, HC156) No MS: Paraphrase Cope, 129

    1802-L-152 To R[ebecca Linn], 13 August 1802 (B163, HC157) "Well, I hope your Sunday's journey" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.105-106

    1802-L-153 To R[ebecca Linn], 9 October 1802 (B164, HC158) "So, my good Rebecca, your brother tells me" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.106-108

    1801-L-154 To Elizabeth Linn, [Likely November or December 1802] (B156, HC149) "I wish I could see & talk with my friend" MS Texas

    1802-L-155 To [Elizabeth Linn], 13 November [1802] (B165, HC159) "I hope to see my beloved in a few hours" MS Texas

    1802-L-156 To Elizabeth Linn, 15 November [1802] (B166, HC160) "I hope your jaunt may be a pleasant one" MS Texas

    1802-L-157 To Elizabeth Linn, 7 December 1802 (B167, HC161) "How did your paper delight & pain me!" MS Texas

    1802-L-158 To Elizabeth Linn, 21 December [1802] (B168, HC162) "This is the first day of resuming this desk" MS Texas

    1803

    1803-L-159 To [Elizabeth Linn], 15 January [1803] (B169, HC163) "I wished to greet my dearest friend" MS Texas

    1803-L-160 To R[ebecca Linn], 18 January 1803 (B170, HC164) "Little did either of us dream" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.108-110

    1803-L-161 To Samuel Miller, 16 March 1803 (B171, HC165) "I received your letter by M Linn" MS Princeton

    1803-L-162 To [Elizabeth Linn], 18 March 1803 (B172, HC166) "I want to see you this afternoon" MS Texas

    1803-L-163 To Samuel Miller, 20 June 1803 (B173, HC167) "The enclosed has been the result of several attempts" MS Princeton

    1804

    1804-L-164 To [Elizabeth Linn], 25 March 1804 (B174, HC168) "I intended this to be a busy day" MS Texas

    1804-L-165 To John Blair Linn, 4 July 1804 (B175, HC169) "Mrs. L. gives me the pleasure of hearing" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.110-112

    1804-L-166 To William Linn, 8 December 1804 (B176, HC170) "I am sensible that many apologies are due" MS HSP

  • 1805

    1805-L-167 To William Dunlap, 25 February 1805 (B177, HC171) "When I recognized your hand in the superscription" MS HSP

    1805-L-168 To William Dunlap, 6 November 1805 (B178, HC173) "I wish, notwithstanding, my neglect of your last" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.112-113

    1806

    1806-L-169 To Thomas Pym Cope, Received 20 January 1806 (Not in B, HC174) No MS: Paraphrase Cope, 192

    1806-L-170 To Elizabeth Linn Brown, 17 June 1806 (B179, HC175) "I am here in Albany at last" MS HSP

    1806-L-171 To John E[lihu] Hall, 26 July 1806 (B180, HC176) "I hope you have never known by experience" MS Haverford

    1806-L-172 To John H[oward] Payne, 25 August 1806 (B181, HC177) "When I parted with you at Albany" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.116-118

    1806-L-173 To Susan [Linn], [After August]1806 (B183, HC179) "Odd enough, my dear S. that M. should refer you to me" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, 115-116

    1806-L-174 To John E[lihu] Hall, 21 November 1806 (B182, HC178) "I should deserve to be entirely discarded" MS Virginia

    1807

    1807-L-175 To W[illiam] Keese, 16 October 1807 (B184, HC180) "Your agreeable letter arrived this moment" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.119-120

    1808

    1808-L-176 To J[ohn] B. Romeyn, 18 January 1808 (B185, HC181) "Permit me to thank you for the kind letter" MS Virginia

    1809

    1809-L-177 To [Albert Gallatin], 12 January 1809 (Not in B, HC182) "Tho I have not the pleasure & honour of any formal acquaintance" MS NYHS

    1809-L-178 To J[ohn] H[oward] Payne, [March] 1809 (B186, HC183) "I have not forgotten you" No MS: Transcript Dunlap 1815, II.118-119

    1809-L-179 To Mary [Linn], Summer 1809 (B187, HC184) "My dearest Mary; instead of wandering about" No MS: Transcript and paraphrase Dunlap 1815, II.86-88

A.1. Manuscript Collections for Letters

Total: 122 Letters in MS in 14 collections.

1. #5 To Wilkins, No Date, 870 words
2. #6 To Wilkins, No Date, 1318 words
3. #38 To Wilkins, 22 January 1793, 748 words
4. #116 To Unknown, 15 December 1800, 1005 words
5. #117 To Eliza Linn, 17 February 1801, 277 words
6. #118 To Eliza Linn, 20 February 1801, 923 words
7. #119 To Eliza Linn, 28 February 1801, 317 words
8. #120 To Eliza Linn, 2 March 1801, 573 words
9. #121 To Eliza Linn, Undated, 857 words
10. #122 To Eliza Linn, 6 March 1801, 630 words
11. #123 To Eliza Linn, 10 March 1801, 828 words
12. #124 To Eliza Linn, Undated, 239 words
13. #125 To Eliza Linn, 17-18 March 1801, 1067 words
14. #126 To Eliza Linn, Undated, 557 words
15. #127 To Eliza Linn, 23 March 1801, 1152 words
16. #128 To Eliza Linn, 27 March 1801, 686 words
17. #129 To Eliza Linn, 30 March 1801, 657 words
18. #130 To Eliza Linn, 31 March 1801, 913 words
19. #131 To Eliza Linn, 1 April 1801, 619 words
20. #132 To Eliza Linn, 2 April 1801, 552 words
21. #133 To Eliza Linn, 3-4 April 1801, 1138 words
22. #134 To Eliza Linn, 6 April 1801, 695 words
23. #135 To Eliza Linn, 9 April 1801, 1049 words
24. #136 To Eliza Linn, 10 April 1801, 961 words
25. #137 To Eliza Linn, 13 April 1801, 609 words
26. #138 To Eliza Linn, 14 April 1801, 558 words
27. #139 To Eliza Linn, 16 April 1801, 701 words
28. #140 To Eliza Linn, Undated, 327 words
29. #141 To Eliza Linn, 19 April 1801, 463 words
30. #142 To Eliza Linn, Undated, 761 words
31. #143 To Eliza Linn, 27 April 1801, 572 words
32. #144 To Eliza Linn, 29 April 1801, 905 words
33. #145 To Eliza Linn, Undated, 340 words
34. #154 To Eliza Linn, Undated, 184 words
35. #156 To Eliza Linn, 15 November [1802], 263 words
36. #157 To Eliza Linn, 7 December [1802], 698 words
37. #158 To Eliza Linn, 21 December [1802], 197 words
38. #159 To Eliza Linn, 15 January [1803], 199 words
39. #162 To Eliza Linn, 18 March 1803, 155 words
40. #164 To Eliza Linn, 25 March 1804, 277 words
1. #4 To Bringhurst, 20 March 1792, 1263 words
2. #7 To Bringhurst, 5 May 1792, 1988 words
3. #8 To Bringhurst, [6] May 1792, 1678 words
4. #9 To Bringhurst, 7 May 1792, 630 words
5. #10 To Bringhurst Undated, 987 words
6. #11 To Bringhurst 9 May 1792, 202 words
7. #13 To Bringhurst, 15 May 1792, 2011 words
8. #15 To Bringhurst, [1792], 2572 words
9. #16 To Bringhurst 19 May 1792
10. #17 To Bringhurst, 20 May 1792, 5061 words
11. #18 To Bringhurst, 30 May 1792, 1539 words
12. #19 To Bringhurst, 1 June 1792, 846 words
13. #20 To Bringhurst, [June 1792], 248 words
14. #21 To Bringhurst, 9 June 1792, 800 words
15. #22 To Bringhurst, 10 June 1792, 1074 words
16. #24 To Bringhurst, 9 August 1792, 956 words
17. #25 To Bringhurst, October-November 1792, 834 words
18. #26 To Bringhurst, October-November 1792, 2120 words
19. #27 To Bringhurst, October-November 1792, 2382 words
20. #32 To Bringhurst, December 1792, 1549 words
21. #33 To Bringhurst, 9 December 1792, 2957 words
22. #34 To Bringhurst, 11 December 1792, 834 words
23. #35 To Bringhurst, undated, 1309 words
24. #36 To Bringhurst, 21 December 1792, 2832 words
25. #39 To Bringhurst, 21 April 1793, 154 words
26. #40 To Bringhurst, 22 April 1793, 440 words
27. #41 To Bringhurst, [April-May 1793], 965 words
28. #42 To Bringhurst, 22 May 1793, 567 words
29. #43 To Bringhurst, 11 June 1793, 1164 words
30. #44 To Bringhurst, [July] 1793, 986 words
31. #45 To Bringhurst, 25 July 1793, 985 words
32. #46 To Bringhurst, 29 July 1793, 2997 words
33. #47 To Bringhurst, 16 August 1793, 465 words
34. #48 To Bringhurst, 20 December 1793-8 January 1794, 715 words
35. #51 To Deborah Ferris, 4 October 1794, 125 words
36. #57 To Bringhurst, 24 October 1795, 2984 words
37. #58 To Bringhurst, 30 October 1795, 441 words
38. #61 To Bringhurst, 29 December 1795, 796 words
39. #62 To Bringhurst, 1 January 1796, 212 words
40. #66 To Bringhurst, 11 May 1796, 675 words
41. #69 To Bringhurst, 11 July 1796, 414 words
42. #70 To Bringhurst, 20 July 1796, 1946 words
43. #74 To Bringhurst, 19 September 1796, 292 words
44. #82 To Bringhurst, 18 August 1797, 582 words
1. 1792-L-023A, To William Wood Wilkins,[Summer 1792], 174 words
2. 1792-L-047A, To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 29 August 1793, 444 words
3. 1794-L-049A, To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 24 February 1794, 2293 words
4. 1796-L-066A, To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 13 May 1796, 1235 words
5. 1796-L-075A, To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 10 January 1797, 1607 words
6. 1797-L-076A, To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 14 March 1797, 804 words
7. 1797-L-077A, To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 24 March 1797, 846 words
8. 1797-L-083A, To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 21 September 1797, 569 words
9. 1798-L-0103A, To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., [Between 19 and 24 September 1798], 68 words
10. 1798-L-106A, To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 20 October 1798, 753 words
11. 1799-L-111A, To Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., 19 March 1799, 1431 words
1. #3 To Wilkins, [1791], 1263 words
2. #28 To Wilkins, [1792], 2215 words
3. #30 To Wilkins, [November 1792], 1123 words
4. #53 To James Brown, 19 April 1795, 389 words
5. #100 To Maria Nicholson, [September?] 1798, 314 words
6. #113 To William Pitt Beers, 12 February 1800, 143 words
7. #148 To Mary Linn, 9 January 1802, 239 words
8. #174 To John Elihu Hall, 21 November 1806, 566 words
9. #176 To John B. Romeyn, 18 January 1808, 516 words
1. #1 To [?], 13 June 1788, 479 words
2. #49 To William Johnson, 13 February 1794, 258 words
3. #84 To William Dunlap, 1 January 1798, 288 words
4. #166 To William Linn, 8 December 1804, 318 words
5. #167 To William Dunlap, 25 February 1805, 565 words
6. #170 To Elizabeth Linn Brown, 17 June 1806, 567 words
1. #14 To Wilkins, No Date [1792] 1453 words
2. #161 To Samuel Miller, 16 March 1803, 621 words
3. #163 To Samuel Miller, 20 June 1803, 140 words
1. #146 To John Elihu Hall, 8 May 1801, 35 words
2. #171 To John Elihu Hall, 26 July 1806, 872 words
1. #73 To James Brown, 1 September 1796, 247 words
1. #149 To [William Johnson], 4 May 1802
1. #75 To James Brown, 25 October 1796, 981 words
1. #108 To Thomas Jefferson, 15 December 1798, 500 words
1. #177 To Albert Gallatin, 12 January 1809, 161 words
1. #150 To John Blair Linn, 8 July 1802, 569 words

Earlier Censuses of Brown's Letters

Bennett, Charles (1976). "The Letters of Charles Brockden Brown: An Annotated Census." Re sources for American Literary Study 6, 164-190.

Homes, John R. and M.M. Cavnar (1998). "A Revised Checklist of the Letters of Charles Brockden Brown." Typescript.

Publications with transcriptions or mentions of the Letters

Allen, Paul (1975). Life of Charles Brockden Brown, ed. Charles E. Bennett. Delmar, NY: Scholars' Facsimiles and Reprints.

Clark, David Lee (1952). Charles Brockden Brown: Pioneer Voice of America. Durham: Duke University Press.

__________ (1948). "Unpublished Letters of Charles Brockden Brown and W. W. Wilkins." University of Texas Studies in English, 17 (June 1948), 75-107.

Cope, Thomas Pym (1978). Philadelphia Merchant: The Diary of Thomas Pym Cope, 1800-1851. Ed. Eliza Cope Harrison. South Bend, IN: Gateway Editions.

Dunlap, William (1834). "Charles Brockden Brown." National Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Americans, ed. James Herring and James B. Longacre. 3 vols. New York: M. Bancroft.

__________ (1832). History of the American Theatre. New York: Harper.

_________ (1815). Life of Charles Brockden Brown. 2 vols. Philadelphia: James P. Parke, 1815. [Dunlap Life]

Marble, Annie Russell (1907). Heralds of American Literature. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Peden, William (1944). "Thomas Jefferson and Charles Brockden Brown." Maryland Quarterly 1 (Spring 1944), 65-68.

Smith, Elihu Hubbard (1973). Diary of Elihu Hubbard Smith, ed. James E. Cronin. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society.

Warfel, Harry (1949). Charles Brockden Brown: American Gothic Novelist. Gainesville: University of Florida Press.

B. Poems in Manuscript and Transcribed in various sources (i.e., poems not published separately).

Item number, title, date, ms or transcription location

  • 1786

    1786-MP001. "On Some of His School Fellows." MS poem [1786]. Transcribed Elijah Brown. HSP; Brown Family Papers (Collection 84), ), volume 1, pages 8-11. A.

    1787

    1787-MP002. "Aretas." MS poem [1787]. Transcribed Elijah Brown. HSP; Brown Family Papers (Collection 84), vol. 30, page 30. A.

    1787-MP003. "For the Grocer's Window." MS poem [1787]. Transcribed Elijah Brown. HSP; Brown Family Papers (Collection 84), volume 1, page 12. A.

    1787-MP004. "The Rising Glory of America." MS poem [1787]. Transcribed Elijah Brown. HSP; Brown Family Papers (Collection 84), volume 30, pages 35-37. A.

    1787-MP005. "The Times." MS poem [1787]. Transcribed Elijah Brown. HSP; Brown Family Papers (Collection 84), volume 30, pages 38-42. A.

    1787-MP006. "The Grape and the Tobacco Plant." MS poem [1787]. Transcribed E. Brown. HSP; Brown Family Papers (Collection 84), volume 30, pages 9-10. A.

    1788

    1788-MP007. "Epistle the First." MS poem , 8 June 1788. Transcribed Elijah Brown. HSP; Brown Family Papers (Collection 84), volume 30, pages 33-37 & 29. See Holmes (1995). A.

    1788-MP008. "In Praise of Schuylkill." MS poem [13 June 1788]. Transcribed Elijah Brown. HSP; Brown Family Papers (Collection 84), volume 4. A.

  • 1789

    1789-MP009. "To Miss D.P." MS poem [1789]. Transcribed Elijah Brown. HSP; Brown Family Papers (Collection 84), volume 1, page 12. A.

    1789-MP010. "To Estrina." MS poem [1789]. Transcribed Elijah Brown. HSP; Brown Family Papers (Collection 84), volume 1, pages 13-16. A.

    1792

    1792-MP011. "Crow and Goose Quill." MS poem. 20 March 1792 Letter to Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., Bowdoin College. A.

    1792-MP012. "In Delphy Town." MS poem. 20 March 1792 Letter to Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., Bowdoin College. A.

    1792-MP013. "Loo." ["A Peter-Pindarical Performance"]. MS poem. 9 May 1792 Letter to Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., Bowdoin College. A.

    1792-MP014. "Post-Script." MS poem. 15 May 1792 Letter to Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., Bowdoin College [on envelope side of Letter 1792-L-013 to Bringhurst]. A.

    1792-MP015. "Sweet Little Thing." MS poem, December 1792 Letter to Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., Bowdoin College. A.

    1792-MP016. "When Bringhurst and Wilkins are Here." MS poem, undated letter to William W. Wilkins, sold by Rendell's, 1990, whereabouts unknown. [at end of Letter 1792-L 014 to Wilkins]. A.

    1794

    1794-MP018. "To D.P." poem inscribed in fly-leaf of Samuel Johnson, Rasselas (London, 1790), now at Bowdoin College [1794]. A.

    1794-MP018b. "Devotion (To [Debby Ferris])." Earliest version of poem later published as "Devotion," enclosed with letter to Deborah Ferris of 4 October 1794.
    [revised as 1808-02567 "Devotion: An Epistle. To Calista"]

    1798

    1798-MP019. "To Stella" ["Come forth, my soul"]. New York, September 20, 1798. Transcribed and attributed in Kennedy: origin unknown. A.

    1798-MP020. "'Tis Poverty that Destroys the State" [Wieland notebook fragment]. HSP; Brown Family Papers (Collection 84), vol. 24. A.

    1798-MP021. "From Virtue's blissful paths away" [Epigraph in 1798-09000 Wieland; or the Transformation]. A.

  • 1799

    1799-MP022 "Sleep, extend thy downy pinion" [Helena's Song in 1799-01000, Ormond; or The Secret Witness, Ch. 16]. A.

    1799-MP023 "The breeze awakes" [Constantia's Song, in 1799-01000, Ormond; or The Secret Witness, Ch. 19]. A.

    1799-MP024 "Ah! far beyond this world" [Sophia's song, in 1799-01000, Ormond; or The Secret Witness, Ch. 22]. A.

    1800

    1800-MP025. Jessy's Song. Poem from the Jessica fragment published in Dunlap (1815), I:168 [1800]. A.

    1801

    1801-MP026. "Pleasures of the Table." MS poem. Dated "Phila 2 mo. [February] 1801." HSP; Wieland Notebook (Brown Family Papers [Collection 84], notebook 24), page 33. B.

    1801-MP027. "Long Strove a Rueful Fate." MS poem in Letter 1801-L-135 to Elizabeth Linn. A.

    1801-MP028. "Inchanting Tongue!" MS poem in Letter 1801-L-138 to Eliz. Linn. A.

    1801-MP029. "To Clara (On the Death of a Friend)." Poem transcribed in Dunlap (1815) II, 120-122. A.

    1801-MP030. "They Came at Noon" [July 13, 1801]. Poem transcribed in Thomas Pym Cope's Diary (Cope 1978), 72-73. A.

    1806

    1806-MP031. "Marriage." MS poem, in Letter 1806-L-174 to John Elihu Hall, 21 November 1806. A.

C. Miscellaneous Prose writings in Manuscript

  • 1783

    1783-MM001 "Sample of Liberty to Conscience" (aka "Hume Fragment"). 1 page of notes on ` Hume's History. MS UVA. A. [added 4/2007, phb]

    1790

    1790-MM002 Henrietta Letters. MS Texas. 68 pages. Epistolary fiction in 17 parts. A. [added 4/2007, phb]

    1793-1796 [Ellendale fragments]

    [The dating of these fictional fragments is provisional, but falls within 1793-96 limits. Bennett (1974, 163-174) proposes a timeline for their composition, but more work will be necessary to confirm it. The "Ellendale" ensemble also includes "Harry Wallace" and "Signior Adini" fragments published in Dunlap (1815)]

    1793-MM003 Ellendale Letters (c1793-96), MS Texas. Two fictional letters, dated 29 and 31 August, 1793, concerning the Ellen family and their home Ellendale. Red stains and architectural drawings relate these letters to item 1793-4. A. [added 4/2007, phb]

    1793-MM004 Medwaye fragment (c1793-96). MS HSP. Dreer Collection, American Prose Writers. Recto and verso of one manuscript page. Reproduced photographically in Allen (1811 [1976]), xlviii-xlix. Prose fragment concerning Mr. Ellen and the character Med waye. A. [added 4/2007, phb]

    1793-MM005 Letter to Susan Godolphin (c1793-96). MS Texas. Fictional letter, dated 2-3 July 1793, concerning utopian communities in Australia, the relation of poetry and history, etc. [added 4/2007 phb]

    1793-MM006 "Architectural drawings and notes" (c1793-96). MS Texas. 39 pages of manuscript architectural drawings (quasi-Palladian elevations, floor plans, and embellishments) with notes and mathematical calculations seemingly related to plans for historical fictions. Same red stains as 1793-1 "Ellendale Letters." A. [added 4/2007, phb]

  • 1796-1797

    1796-MM007 Alloan fragment no. 1 (c1796-97). MS HSP, Brown Family Papers (Collection 84), volume 25. Two pages of notes for a pseudo-historical fiction concerning the Alloans, a Greek people, and their occupation of China, Tartar-Alloan wars, etc. [added 4/2007, phb]

    1796-MM008 Alloan fragment no. 2 (c1796-97). MS Texas. Fictional fragment concerning Al loan occupation of Japan and its effects on Shintoism. With diagrams and mathematical cal culations. [added 4/2007, phb]

    1798

    1798-MM009 Notes for Wieland and other fictions. In notebook 24 Brown Family Papers, HSP . Photographically reproduced and transcribed in Bicentennial edition of Wieland, 420-441. [added 4/2007, phb]

    1800

    1800-MM010 Jessy Fragment. In Brown Family Papers, notebook 12, HSP. 2 pages of plot points and 25 more of calculations for a plot concerning Jessy (Jessika) in Europe with Harriet Finch and her father, with mathematical calculations. Plot points and calculations of Jessy's inheritance bring the narrative to 1800. See discussion in Bennett (1980). [added 4/27, phb]

    1801

    1801-MM011"Fragment of a Journal, AMS, dated 1801 March 9-10" (6349 #21; Virginia). 1 page of a journal; with mathematical calculations, remarks on Jefferson's inaugural address (following the header "Mr. Poulson") and six stanzas of a poem.

Secondary Bibliography

Last updated 10/01/2019

This bibliography dates back to 1796. It is continuously updated to reflect the kinds of interdisciplinary work that scholars are pursuing, and includes only those dissertations where Brown's writing is a central focus. The bibliography currently contains 1,197 entries. If a publication is not listed in the bibliography, please contact Mark L. Kamrath or Philip Barnard about items to include.

  • 2019

    • Barnard, Philip. “Clara Howard; in a Series of Letters.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 123-38.
    • Barnard, Philip. “Historical Sketches.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 171-87.
    • Battistini, Robert. “Brown’s Philadelphia Quaker Milieu.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 318-34.
    • Boyd, Sarah. “Brown, the Visual Arts, and Architecture.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 488-504.
    • Brückner, Martin. “Brown’s Studies in Literary Geography.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 469-97.
    • Burnham, Michelle. “Brown, Sensibility, and Sentimentalism.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 426-38.
    • Cody, Michael A. “Brown’s Early Biographers and Reception, 1815-1940s.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 522-36.
    • Cohen, Michael C. “Poetry.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 237-54.
    • Doolan, Andy. “Brown, Empire, and Colonialism.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 351-65.
    • Drexler, Michael J. “Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 76-90.
    • Ellis, Scott. “Brown and the Yellow Fever.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 384-98.
    • Emmett, Hilary. “On Felons and Fallacies: Edgar Huntly.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 91-106.
    • Faherty, Duncan. “Wieland; or, The Transformation of American Literary History.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 47-60.
    • Fleischmann, Fritz. “Brown and Women’s Rights.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 288-301.
    • Galluzzo, Anthony. “Brown, the Illuminati, and the Public Sphere.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 335-50.
    • Hewitt, Elizabeth. “Letters.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 225-36.
    • Hinds, Elizabeth Jane Wall. “Brown’s Later Biographers and Reception, 1940s-2000s.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 537-55.
    • Kamrath, Mark L. “‘Annals of Europe and America’ and Brown’s Contribution to Early American Periodicals.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 204-21.
    • Looby, Christopher. “Stephen Calvert’s Unfinished Business.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 107-22.
    • Martinez, Inez. “Connecting the Image of God as Almighty Father, Narcissism, Trump, and Charles Brockden Brown’s Wieland.” Journal of Jungian Scholarly Studies 14.1 (2019): 31-45.
    • Miles, Robert. “Brown’s American Gothic.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 411-25.
    • Miller, Nicholas E. “Ormond; or, The Secret Witness.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 61-75.
    • Morzé, Leonard Von. “Slavery, Abolition, and African Americans in Brown.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 302-17.
    • Murray, Hannah Lauren. “Brown Studies Now and in Transition.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 556-69.
    • Rachman, Stephen. “Brown and Physiology.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 369-83.
    • Reznick, Scott M. “‘Government and Manners’: Cosmopolitanism and the ‘Spirit’ of Liberal Democracy in The Federalist and Charles Brockden Brown’s Ormond.” Early American Literature 54.1 (2019): 135-61.
    • Roberts, Siân Silyn. “Brown and the Novel in the Atlantic World.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 439-54.
    • Rodgers, Kathleen Béres. Creating Romantic Obsession: Scorpions in the Mind. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. [1 chapter]
    • Scheiding, Oliver. “Brown and Classicism.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 455-68.
    • Shapiro, Stephen. “Jane Talbot, a Novel.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 139-52.
    • Shapiro, Stephen. “Political Pamphlets.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 188-203.
    • Slawinski, Scott. “Short Fiction.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 255-70.
    • Smalley, Matthew. “Exhuming History: Charles Brockden Brown and the Politics of the Corpse.” Four Score of American Literature: 1760-1840. Eds. Wayne Franklin and Bruce Alice Mann. Toledo: University of Toledo Press, 2019. 1-26.
    • Stein, Jordan Alexander. “Brown and Sex.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 399-408.
    • Stocker, Abigail Smith. “Brown and the Woldwinites.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 273-87.
    • Tarr, Clayton Carlyle. “The Loss of Maidenhead: Rape and the Revolutionary Novel.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 31.3 (2019): 549-74.
    • Tawil, Ezra. “Brown’s Literary Afterlife.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 507-21.
    • Waterman, Bryan. “Later Years, 1795-1810.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 24-43.
    • West, Lisa. “Early Years, 1771-1795.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 5-23.
    • Woertendyke, Gretchen J. “History, Romance, and the Novel.” The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmett, and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 155-70.

    2018

    • Altschuler, Sari. The Medical Imagination: Literature and Health in the Early United States. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018. [1 chapter]
    • Armstrong, Nancy and Leonard Tennenhouse. Novels in the Time of Democratic Writing: The American Example. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press. 2018.
    • Bennett, Bridget. “‘The Silence Surrounding the Hut’: Architecture and Absence in Wieland.” Early American Literature 53.2 (2018): 369-404.
    • Brown, Charles Brockden. Edgar Huntly; or, Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker. Edited by Siân Silyn Roberts. Petersborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, 2018.
    • Kremer, Daniel (director). Overwhelm the Sky. Production and distribution: Confluence-Film. 170 minutes. Film loosely based on CBB’s Edgar Huntly.
    • Milbank, Alison. God and the Gothic: Religion, Romance, and Reality in the English Literary Tradition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018.
    • Scheiding, Oliver. “Charles Brockden Brown, Wieland (1798).” Handbook of the American Novel of the Nineteenth Century. Ed. Christine Gerhardt. Vol. 7. Handbooks of English and American Studies. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter. 2018: 143-159.

    2017

    • Campbell, Kyle Joseph. “Walking with the Ghost: Sodomy, Sanity, and the Secular in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly.” European Journal of American Studies 11.3 (2017): 19 paragraphs.
    • Eyring, Mary Kathleen. Captains of Charity: The Writing and Wages of Postrevolutionary Atlantic Benevolence. Durham: University of New Hampshire Press, 2017. [1 chapter]
    • Gilmore, Paul. “Charles Brockden Brown's Romance and the Limits of Science and History.” English Literary History 84.1 (2017): 117-142.
    • Jin, Lu. “Reflections on the Culture and Politics of the Early Stage of the American Republic: Centered on Charles Brockden Brown’s Wieland.” Foreign Literature Review, no. 4, 2017, 88-108.
    • Miller, Nicholas E. “'In Utter Fearlessness of the Reigning Disease': Imagined Immunities and the Outbreak Narratives of Charles Brockden Brown.” Literature and Medicine 35.1 (2017): 144-166.
    • Morzé, Leonard von. “Cultural Transfer in the German Atlantic: Brown, Oertel, and the First Translation of a U.S. Novel.” In Annika Bautz and Kathryn Gray, eds., Translatlantic Literature and Transitivity, 1780-1850, 171-194. New York: Routledge, 2017.
    • Richards, Jason. Imitation Nation: Red, White, and Blackface in Early and Antebellum US Literature. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2017. [1 chapter on Edgar Huntly]
    • Schöberlein, Stefan. “Speaking in Tongues, Speaking without Tongues: Transplanted Voices in Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Journal of American Studies 51.2 (May 2017), 535-552.
    • Shapiro, Joe. The Illiberal Imagination: Class and the Rise of the U.S. Novel. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press. 2017.
    • Sizemore, Michelle. “'Vox Populi, Vox Dei': Enchanted Subjectivity in Wieland and the Post-Revolutionary World.” American Enchantment: Rituals of the People in the Post-Revolutionary World. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.
    • Vallee, Eric. “'A Fatal Sympathy': Suicide and the Republic of Abjection in the Writings of Benjamin Rush and Charles Brockden Brown.” Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 15.2 (2017): 332-351.
    • Walsh, Megan. The Portrait and the Book: Literary Illustration in Early America Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2017.

    2016

    • Phillips, Natalie M. Distraction: Problems of Attention in Eighteenth-Century Literature. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016. [1 chapter]
    • Schweighauser, Philipp. Beautiful Deceptions: European Aesthetics, the Early American Novel, and Illusionist Art. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2016. [1 chapter]
    • Smith, David. “The Gothic Temple: Epistemology and Revolution in Charles Brockden Brown’s Wieland.” Gothic Studies 18.2 (2016): 1-17.
    • Yao, Christine. “Gothic Monstrosity: Charles Brockden Brown’s Edgar Huntly and the Trope of the Bestial Indian.” American Gothic Culture: An Edinburgh Companion. Eds. Joel Faflak and Jason Haslam. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press, 2016. 25-43.
    • Zimmerman, David. “Charles Brockden Brown and the Conundrum of Complicity.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 88.4 (2016): 665-693.
    • Zimmerman, David. “Complicity, Restorative Justice, and Charles Brockden Brown’s Arthur Mervyn.” Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 72.4 (Winter 2016): 53-76.

    2015

    • Choi, Ja Yun. “The Early Republic, the Haitian Revolution, and the Horrors of Slavery in Brown’s Ormond” British and American Fiction 22.2 (2015): 5-33.
    • Emmett, Hilary. “Brownian Motion: Directions in Charles Brockden Brown Scholarship.” Early American Literature 50.1 (2015): 205-221.
    • Garvin, Kristina. “Corporate Ties: Arthur Mervyn’s Serial Economics” Early American Literature 50.3 (2015): 737-761.
    • Gessner, Ingrid. “'A Country Life and Estate I Like Best for My Children': Spatial Dialectics and the Contagiousness of Fear” in Rural America. Ed. Antje Kley and Paul Heike. Heidelberg, Germany, Winter (2015): 227-246.
    • Letter, Joseph J. “Charles Brockden Brown’s Lazaretto Chronotype Series: Secret History and ‘The Man at Home” Early American Literature 50.2 (2015): 415-448.
    • Margolis, Stacey. Fictions of Mass Democracy in Nineteenth-Century America. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. [1 chapter]
    • Sloman, Christopher. “Navigating the Interior: Edgar Huntly and the Mapping of Early America” Writing the Environment In Nineteenth-Century American Literature: The Ecological Awareness of Early Scribes on Nature. Eds. Steven Petersheim and Madison P. Jones. Lanham, MD: Lexington, 2015. 1-14.
    • Stampone, Christopher. “A 'Spirit of Mistaken Benevolence': Civilizing the Savage in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly.” Early American Literature 50.2 (2015): 415-448.
    • Tarr, Clayton Carlyle. “Infectious Fiction: Plague and the Novelist in Arthur Mervyn and The Last Man.” Studies in the Novel 47.2 (2015): 141-157.
    • Weinstein, Cindy. “Edgar Huntly’s First Time.” Time, Tense, and American Literature: When is Now?. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015. 17-38.
    • Yoshiaki, Furui. “From the Private to the Public: Solitude in Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Studies in English Literature 56 (2015): 1-18.

    2014

    • Aplert, Avram. “`Melancholy wildness’: The Failure of Cross-Cultural Engagement in Rousseau’s Discourse on the Origin of Inequality and Brown’s Edgar Huntly.Early American Literature 49.1 (2014): 121-147.
    • Bannet, Eve Tavor. “The Constantias of the 1790s: Tales of Conspiracy and Republican Daughters.” Early American Literature 49.2 (2014): 435-66.
    • Beiger, Laura. “The Need for Narrative and the Limits of Narratibility in Charles Brockden Brown’s Edgar Huntly.” REAL: The Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 30 (2014): 67-104.
    • Hedlin, Christine. “‘Was There Not Reason to doubt?’: Wieland and Its Secular Age” Journal of American Studies 48.3 (2014): 735-756.
    • Kamrath, Mark L., Philip Barnard, Rudy McDaniel, William Dorner, Kevin Jardaneh, Patricia Carlton, and Josejuan Rodriguez. “The Charles Brockden Brown Electronic Archive: Mapping Archival Access and Metadata.” Archive Journal 4 (2014).
    • Roeger, Tyler. “Agrarian Gothic: Carwin, Class Transgression, and Spatial Horrors in Charles Brockden Brown's .” Literature in the Early American Republic 6 (2014): 85-111.
    • Walsh, Megan E. “Wieland, Illustrated: Word and Image in the Early American Novel.” Literature in the Early American Republic 6 (2014): 113-136.

    2013

    • Barnard, Philip, Elizabeth Hewitt, and Mark Kamrath, eds. Letters and Early Epistolary Writings. Collected Writings of Charles Brockden Brown Vol. 1. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 2013.
    • Downey, Dara. “Fanaticism and Familicide from Wieland to The Shining.” Godly Heretics: Essays on Alternative Christianity in Literature and Popular Culture. Ed. Marc DiPaolo. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2013. viii, 199-220.
    • Edwards, Simon. “Angels of Destruction: Charles Brockden Brown and World Literature.” In Luís Manuel A. V. Bernardo, Leonor Santa Bárbara, Luís Crespo de Andrade, eds, Representações da República (Lisbon: Edições Húmus, 2013), 555-61.
    • Hamilton, Robert C. “`A Sanguinary and Murderous Disposition’: Edgar Huntly and the Ethics of Misdirected Violence.”Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 19.2 (2013): 285-306.
    • Kiriyama, Daisuke. “Consent and Complicity: A Possibility of Democratic Representation in Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Studies in English Literature 54 (2013): 29-46.
    • Ledoux, Ellen Malenas. “Schemes of Reformation: Institutionalized Healthcare in Charles Brockden Brown's Arthur Mervyn.” Social Reform in Gothic Writing: Fantastic Forms of Change, 1764–1834. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 127-156.
    • Ogden, Emily. “Edgar Huntly and the Regulation of the Senses” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliograph 85.3 (2013): 419-445.
    • Schloss, Dietmar. “Shifting Positions: The Literary Intellectual in Charles Brockden Brown's 'Walstein's School of History' and Arthur Mervyn.” Intellectual Authority and Literary Culture in the US, 1790-1900. Ed. Günter Leypoldt. Heidelberg, Germany: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2013. 59-81.
    • Tuthill, Maureen. “Virtue and Self-Interest in the Yellow Fever World of Arthur Mervyn.” Literature in the Early American Republic 5 (2013): 101-128.
    • Zaidi, Ali Shehzad. “Charles Brockden Brown's Alcuin and Women's Rights in Eighteenth-Century United States.” Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 19.1 (2013): 85-99.

    2012

    • Apap, Christopher. “Irresponsible Acts: The Transatlantic Dialogues of William Godwin and Charles Brockden Brown.” Transatlantic Sensations. Eds. Jennifer Phegley, John Cyril Barton, Kristin N. Huston, and David S. Reynolds. Farnham, England: Ashgate, 2012. 23-40.
    • Cahill, Edward. Liberty of the Imagination: Aesthetic Theory, Literary Form, and Politics in the Early United States. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012. 33, 164-199, 207, 264, 268, 269, 272.
    • Cody, Michael. “As Kinsmen, Met a Night': Charles Brockden Brown and Nathaniel Hawthorne as American Gothic Romancers.” Nathaniel Hawthorne Review 38.2 (Fall 2012): 93-114.
    • Gardner, Jared. The Rise and Fall of Early American Magazine Culture History of Communication. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2012. 1-7, 10, 13-24, 28, 58, 86, 88-91, 125, 127, 131, 133-134, 136, 139, 140-141, 145, 147-159, 172.
    • Gilmore, Paul. “Reading Minds in the Nineteenth Century.” The Oxford Handbook of Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Ed. Russ Castronovo. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012. 327-342.
    • Haggerty, George E. “The Americanization Of Gothic In Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Atlantic Worlds in the Long Eighteenth Century: Seduction and Sentiment. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 221-234.
    • Koenigs, Thomas. “‘Whatever May Be the Merit of My Book as a Fiction’: Wieland’s Instructional Fictionality.” English Literary History 79.3 (Fall 2012): 715–745.
    • Margolis, Stacey. “Network Theory circa 1800: Charles Brockden Brown's Arthur Mervyn.” Novel: A Forum On Fiction 45.3 (2012): 343-367.
    • Mautner Wasserman, Renata R. “Gothic Roots: Brockden Brown’s Wieland, American Identity, and American Literature” Ilha do Desterro: A Journal of Language and Literature 62 (2012): 197-218.
    • Sugar, Kate Ward. “'A Wonderful Disease': Edgar Huntly, Erasmus Darwin, and Revolutionary American Masculinity.” James Dickey Review 29.1 (Fall-Winter 2012): 35-46.

    2011

    • Bannet, Eve Tavor. “Charles Brockden Brown and England: Of Genres, The Minerva Press, and The Early Republican Reprint Trade.” Transatlantic Literary Exchanges, 1790-1870: Gender, Race, and Nation. Surrey, England: Ashgate, 2011. 133-152.
    • Battistini, Robert. “'Not to Forsake... but to Restore': Usable Pasts and Generic Play in Brown's Historical Sketches.” Literature in the Early American Republic: Annual Studies on Cooper and His Contemporaries. 2011. 41-60.
    • Burleigh, Erica. “Incommensurate Equivalences: Genre, Representation, and Equity in Clara Howard and Jane Talbot.” Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 9.3 (2011): 748-780.
    • Kurtz, Rita J. Misrecognizing Women: Eighteenth-Century Female Bildungsromans and the Logic of Torture and Confession. Diss. Lehigh University, 2011.
    • Marshall, Bridget M. The Transatlantic Gothic Novel and the Law, 1790-1860. Surrey, England: Ashgate, 2011.
    • Mills, Olanna Carla. “From Classicism To Neoclassicism: Cicero, Slavery, And Fictions Of Personhood In The Writings Of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 71.9 (2011): 3275.
    • Sepahvand, Hajiali. “Decolonization in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly.” Theory and Practice in Language Studies 1.12 (December 2011): 1809-1815.
    • Verhoeven, Wil. “Beyond The American Empire: Charles Brockden Brown And The Making Of A New Global Economic Order.” Transatlantic Literary Exchanges, 1790-1870: Gender, Race, and Nation. Surrey, England: Ashgate, 2011. 169-188.
    • Von Morzé, Leonard. “A Massachusetts Yankee In Karl Theodor's Court: Count Rumford's Sovereign Benevolence And Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond.” Symbiosis: A Journal Of Anglo-American Literary Relations 15.1 (2011): 45-61.
    • Waterman, Bryan. “Charles Brockden Brown and the Novels of the Early Republic.” The Cambridge History of the American Novel Eds. Leonard Cassuto, Clare Virginia Eby, and Benjamin Reiss. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 51-66.
    • Weinstock, Jeffrey Andrew. Charles Brockden Brown. Cardiff, Wales: University of Wales Press, 2011.
    • Zaidi, Ali Shehzad. “The Dark Interiors of Arthur Mervyn.” The Grove: Working Papers on English Studies 18 (2011): 13-29.
  • 2009

    • Amfreville, Marc. “1798: Charles Brockden Brown Publishes Wieland: or, the Transformation: American Gothic.” A New Literary History of America. Eds. Greil Marcus and Werner Sollors. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2009. 131-135.
    • Boren, Mark Edelman. “Abortographism and the Weapon of Sympathy in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly; Or, Memoirs of A Sleepwalker.” Style: A Quarterly Journal of Aesthetics, Poetics, Stylistics, and Literary Criticism 43.2 (2009): 165-193.
    • Botting, Eileen Hunt. “Protofeminist Responses to the Federalist-Antifederalist Debate.” James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay’s The Federalist Papers. Ed. Ian Shapiro. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009. 533-558.
    • Drexler, Michael J., and Ed White. “Secret Witness; or, the Fantasy Structure of Republicanism.” Early American Literature 44.2 (2009): 333-363.
    • Emmett, Hillary. “The Other Charlie Brown.” Common-Place 9.3. 2009.
    • Faherty, Duncan. Remodeling the Nation: The Architecture of American Identity, 1776-1856. Lebanon: University of New Hampshire Press University Press of New England, 2009. 9, 48-68, 78.
    • Galluzzo, Anthony. “Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland and the Aesthetics of Terror: Revolution, Reaction, and the Radical Enlightenment in Early American Letters.” Eighteenth-Century Studies 42.2 (2009): 255-271.
    • Hewitt, Elizabeth. “The Authentic Fictional Letters of Charles Brockden Brown.” Letters and Cultural Transformations in the United States, 1760-1860. Farnham, England: Ashgate, 2009. 79-98.
    • Lee, A. Robert. “A Darkness Visible: The Case of Charles Brockden Brown.” Gothic to Multicultural: Idioms of Imagining in American Literary Fiction. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2009. 12, 14-15, 23-43, 48, 499.
    • Luck, Chad. “Re-Walking the Purchase: Edgar Huntly, David Hume, and the Origins of Ownership.” Early American Literature 44.2 (2009): 271-306.
    • Mulvey-Roberts, Marie. The Handbook of the Gothic. New York: New York University Press, 2009.
    • Murison, Justine S. “The Tyranny of Sleep: Somnambulism, Moral Citizenship, and Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly.” Early American Literature 44.2 (2009): 243-270.
    • Ogawa, Kimiyo. “Fearing American Wilderness: Materialism in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly.” The Japanese Journal of American Studies 20 (2009): 211-229.
    • Barnard, Philip and Stephen Shapiro. Ormond; or The Secret Witness, with Related Texts. Cambridge: Hackett Publishing Company, 2009.
    • Barnard, Philip and Stephen Shapiro. Wieland; or the Transformation, with Related Texts. Cambridge: Hackett Publishing Company, 2009.
    • Roberts, Sian Silyn. “Gothic Enlightenment: Contagion and Community in Charles Brockden Brown's Arthur Mervyn.” Early American Literature 44.2 (2009): 307-332.
    • Slawinski, Scott. “A Tale of Two Murders: The Manhattan Well Case as Source Material for Charles Brockden Brown's 'The Trials of Arden.'” Early American Literature 44.2 (2009): 365-398.
    • Temple, Gale. “Carwin the Onanist?” Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 65.1 (2009): 1-32.
    • Verhoeven, Wil. “'The Condition of Our Country': Self-Control and Discipline in Charles Brockden Brown's National Tales.” Civilizing America: Manners and Civility in American Literature and Culture. Heidelberg, Germany: Universitätsverlag, Winter 2009. 97-107.
    • Waterman, Bryan. “Introduction: Reading Early America with Charles Brockden Brown.” Early American Literature 44.2 (2009): 235-242.

    2008

    • Amfreville, Marc. “Sang d'encre: Les 'Henrietta Letters' de Charles Brockden Brown.” Mémoires d'Amérique: Correspondances, journaux intimes, récits autobiographiques. Eds. Savin, Ada, and Lévy, Paule. Paris: Michel Houdiard, 2008. 42-52.
    • Barnard, Philip and Stephen Shapiro. Arthur Mervyn, or, Memoirs of the Year 1793, with Related Texts. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, 2008.
    • Corley, Liam. “The Middle Passages of Arthur Mervyn.” Double Vision: Literary Palimpsests of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Ed. Darby Lewes. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2008. 207-225.
    • Doyle, Laura. Freedom's Empire: Race and the Rise of the Novel in Atlantic Modernity, 1640-1940. Durham: Duke University Press, 2008. 7, 145, 148, 159, 231-253, 457, 487, 488.
    • Goldman, Eric A. “The 'Black Hole of Calcutta' in Charles Brockden Brown's America: American Exceptionalism and India in Edgar Huntly.” Early American Literature 43.3 (2008): 557-579.
    • Gunn, Robert Lawrence. “The Transatlantic Romance of Celestial Motion: Revolutionary Objects and Fictional Historiography.” Wordsworth Circle 39.1-2 (Winter-Spring 2008): 7-11.
    • Hughes, Rowland. “'Wonderfully Cruel Proceedings': The Murderous Case of James Yates.” Canadian Review of American Studies 38.1 (2008): 43-62.
    • Kaplan, Catherine O'Donnell. Men of Letters in the Early Republic: Cultivating Forms of Citizenship. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2008. 34-35, 46-47, 50-57, 64-65, 70-71, 74-77, 80-86, 144-145.
    • Levine, Robert S. Dislocating Race and Nation: Episodes in Nineteenth-Century American Literary Nationalism. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2008. 17-66.
    • Nichols, Marcia. “Cicero’s Pro Cluentio and the ‘Mazy’ Rhetorical Strategies of Wieland.” Law and Literature 20.3 (2008): 459-476.
    • Shapiro, Stephen. The Culture and Commerce of the Early American Novel: Reading the Atlantic World-System. University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008. 1-3, 12-13, 42-45, 146-147, 150-157, 160-167, 170-173, 208, 209-257, 259-299.

    2007

    • Borst, Anton. “The Miltonic Novel in America: Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Milton, Rights, and Liberties (2007): 477-489.
    • McAuley, Louis Kirk. “'Periodical Visitations': Yellow Fever as Yellow Journalism in Charles Brockden Brown's Arthur Mervyn.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 19.3 (2007): 307-340.
    • Shapiro, Stephen. “In a French Position: Radical Pornography and Homoerotic Society in Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond or the Secret Witness.” Long Before Stonewall: Histories of Same-Sex Sexuality in Early America. Ed. Thomas A. Foster. New York: New York University Press, 2007. 357-383.
    • Schweighauser, Philipp. “Literature in Transition: European Aesthetics and the Early American Novel.” American Aesthetics. Tübingen, Germany: Gunter Narr, 2007. 29-45.
    • Tawil, Ezra. “'New Forms of Sublimity': Edgar Huntly and the European Origins of American Exceptionalism.” The Early American Novel, Special Double Issue of Novel 40.1-2 (Spring 2006-Fall 2007): 104-24.
    • Von Morzé, Leonard. “Out of the One, Many: Republicanism and Social Unity in American Writing of the 1790s.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 68.2 (2007): 574.
    • Waterman, Bryan. Republic of Intellect: The Friendly Club of New York City and the Making of American Literature. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007. 3-7, 13, 20, 28, 32, 43-45, 46, 49, 51, 55-56, 65, 66, 74-87, 95, 98, 104, 106-129, 130, 132, 137-141, 151, 153, 154, 156, 166, 183, 189-192, 195-196, 198, 206-207, 209, 213-226, 228-236, 245-246, 255, 264, 274-277, 283-286, 289, 297-301, 305-306, 308-309.
    • Link, Eric Carl. “Who Killed Waldegrave?” Poe Studies/Dark Romanticism: History, Theory, Interpretation 39-40 (2006-2007): 90-103.

    2006

    • Tawil, Ezra. “'New Forms of Sublimity': Edgar Huntly and the European Origins of American Exceptionalism.” The Early American Novel, Special Double Issue of Novel 40.1-2 (Spring 2006-Fall 2007): 104-24.
    • Baker, Jennifer J. Securing the Commonwealth: Debt, Speculation, and Writing in the Making of Early America. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006. 3, 114, 116, 119-136, 187.
    • Barnard, Philip and Stephen Shapiro. Edgar Huntly, or, Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker, with Related Texts. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, 2006.
    • Gardner, Jared. “From the Periodical Archives: 'The Scribbler,' by Charles Brockden Brown.” American Periodicals: A Journal of History, Criticism, and Bibliography 16.2 (2006): 219-228.
    • Delbourgo, James. A Most Amazing Scene of Wonders: Electricity and Enlightenment in Early America. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2006. 51, 235, 238.
    • Emerson, Amanda. “The Early American Novel: Charles Brockden Brown's Fictitious Historiography.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 40.1-2 (2006): 125-150.
    • Goudie, Sean X. Creole America: The West Indies and the Formation of Literature and Culture in the New Republic. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006. 10-11, 14-16, 18, 21, 71, 174-199, 203, 205, 244-247.
    • Hales, Ashley. “'Was It Proper to Watch Him at a Distance?': Spectator, Sympathy and Atlantic Migration in Edgar Huntly.” Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations 10.2 (Oct. 2006): 133-146.
    • Lam, Bethany L. “Brown's Wieland; or, The Transformation: an American Tale.” Explicator 64.2 (Winter 2006): 78-81.
    • Link, Eric Carl. “Who Killed Waldegrave?” Poe Studies/Dark Romanticism: History, Theory, Interpretation 39-40 (2006-2007): 90-103.
    • McNutt, Donald J. Urban Revelations: Images of Ruin in the American City, 1790-1860. New York: Routledge, 2006. 11-14, 59, 61, 72.
    • Wolfe, Eric A. “Ventriloquizing Nation: Voice, Identity, and Radical Democracy in Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 78.3 (2006): 431-457.

    2005

    • Comment, Kristin M. “Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond and Lesbian Possibility in the Early Republic.” Early American Literature 40 (2005): 57-78.
    • Davis, Mike Lee. Reading The Text That isn't There: Paranoia in the Nineteenth-Century American Novel. New York: Routledge, 2005. 3, 13, 16, 19-44, 46, 56, 65, 67, 70, 94, 98, 100, 132, 135, 137.
    • DeGuzman, Maria. Spain's Long Shadow: The Black Legend, Off-Whiteness, and Anglo-American Empire. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2005. 1, 3, 6, 7, 9-25, 28, 63, 64.
    • Doolen, Andy. Fugitive Empire: Locating Early American Imperialism. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2005. xxiii, xxv, 39-73, 75-109, 186, 190, 195, 213-215, 220-222.
    • Ellis, Scott. “Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond, Property Exchange, and the Literary Marketplace in the Early American Republic.” Studies in the Novel 37.1 (2005): 1-19.
    • Hogsette, David S. “Textual Surveillance, Social Codes, and Sublime Voices: The Tyranny of Narrative in Caleb Williams and Wieland.” Romanticism on the Net: An Electronic Journal Devoted to Romantic Studies 38-39 (2005): 24.
    • Lewis, Paul. “Attaining Masculinity: Charles Brockden Brown and Woman Warriors of the 1790s.” Early American Literature 40 (2005): 37-55.
    • Lukasik, Christopher. “'The Vanity of Physiognomy': Dissimulation and Discernment in Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond.” Amerikastudien/American Studies 50.3 (2005): 485-505.
    • Macaluso, Nicholas P. Charles Brockden Brown and William James: American Explorations in Epistemology. Diss. Catholic University of America, 2005.
    • Mackenthun, Gesa. “The Transoceanic Emergence of American ‘Postcolonial’ Identities.” A Companion to the Literature of Colonial America. Eds. Susan Castillo and Ivy Schweitzer. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005. 336-350.
    • Orishima, Masashi. “Charuzu Burokkuden Buraun no uchi to soto (jo).” Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 150.11 (2005): 678-681.
    • Richards, Jeffrey H. Drama, Theatre, and Identity in the American New Republic. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. 11, 136, 166, 314.
    • Richards, Jeffrey H. “Tales of the Philadelphia Theatre: Ormond, national performance, and supranational identity.” Drama, Theatre, and Identity in the American New Republic. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. 241-258.
    • Slawinski, Scott. Validating Bachelorhood: Audience, Patriarchy, and Charles Brockden Brown's Editorship of the Monthly Magazine and American Review Studies in American Popular History and Culture Series. Ed. Jerome Nadelhaft. New York & London: Routledge, 2005.
    • Strode, Timothy Francis. The Ethics of Exile: Colonialism in the Fictions of Charles Brockden Brown and J.M. Coetzee. New York: Routledge, 2005.
    • Sutherland, Helen. “Varieties of Protestant Experience: Religion and the Doppelganger in Hogg, Brown, and Hawthorne.” Studies in Hogg and His World 16 (2005): 71-85.
    • Waterman, Bryan. “Charles Brockden Brown, Revised and Expanded. Review Essay.” Early American Literature 40 (2005): 173-191.
    • Waterman, Bryan. “The Bavarian Illuminati, the Early American Novel, and Histories of the Public Sphere.” The William and Mary Quarterly 62.1 (2005): 9-30.
    • Wawrzyniak, Anna. “A Journey through the Labyrinth of Distorted Image: Arthur Mervyn's Quest for Knowledge.” Interactions: Aegean Journal of English and American Studies/Ege Ingiliz ve Amerikan Incelemeleri Dergisi 14.1 (2005): 279-287.
    • Wood, Sarah Florence. Quixotic Fictions of the USA, 1792-1815. New York: Oxford University Press, 2005. 72-89, 94-95, 138-142, 159-163, 174-175.

    2004

    • Amfreville, Marc. “Alienation in American Gothic Fiction.” Les Vestuges du Gothique, le role du reste, Anglophonia. Presses U. du Miral, 2004. 39-48.
    • Amfreville, Marc. “Charles Brockden Brown's Cultural Paradox.” Letterature d'America: Rivista Trimestrale 24.101 (2004): 5-21.
    • Amfreville, Marc. “The Theater of Death in Charles Brockden Brown's Arthur Mervyn.” Litteraria Pragensia 14.28 (2004): 40-47.
    • Anthony, David. “Banking on Emotion: Financial Panic and the Logic of Male Submission in the Jacksonian Gothic.” American Literature 76.4 (December 2004): 719-747.
    • Barnard, Philip. “Culture and Authority in Brown's Historical Sketches.” Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Eds. Philip Barnard, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004. 310-331.
    • Barnard, Philip, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro, eds. Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004.
    • Bruckner, Martin. “Sense, Census, and the 'Statistical View' in the Literary Magazine and Jane Talbot.” Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Eds. Philip Barnard, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004. 281-309.
    • Burgett, Bruce. “Between Speculation and Population: The Problem of 'Sex' in Thomas Malthus's Essay on the Principle of Population and Charles Brockden Brown's Alcuin.” Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Eds. Philip Barnard, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004. 122-148.
    • Bergland, Renée. “Diseased States, Public Minds: Native American Ghosts in Early National Literature.” The Gothic Other: Racial and Social Constructions in the Literary Imagination. Eds. Ruth Bienstock Anolike and Douglas L. Howard. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2004. 90-103.
    • Burnham, Michelle. “Epistolarity, Anticipation, and Revolution in Clara Howard.” Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Eds. Philip Barnard, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004. 260-280.
    • Cody, Michael. Charles Brockden Brown and the Literary Magazine: Cultural Journalism in the Early American Republic. Jefferson, NC, and London: McFarland & Company, 2004.
    • Davidson, Cathy. Revolution and the Word: The Rise of the Novel in America. Expanded Edition. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004. 10, 12, 17, 22, 25-26, 31, 34, 50, 66, 84, 122, 135-136, 139, 140, 179, 219, 221, 223-226, 229, 231, 235-256, 259, 262.
    • Dawes, James. “Fictional Feeling: Philosophy, Cognitive Science and the American Gothic.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 76.3 (2004): 437-466.
    • Dillon, Elizabeth Maddock. “Contracting Marriage in the New Republic.” The Gender of Freedom: Fictions of Liberalism and the Literary Public Sphere. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2004. 161-183, 195, 281, 282.
    • Dykstra, Kristin A. “On the Betrayal of Nations: Jose Alvarez de Toledo's Philadelphia Manifesto (1811) and Justification (1816).” The New Centennial Review. 2004. 267-305.
    • Edwards, Justin D. “The Troubling Confessions of Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Odense American Studies International Series 64. Odense, Denmark: Center for American Studies, University of Southern Denmark, 2004.
    • Gibbons, Luke. “Ireland, America, and Gothic Memory: Transatlantic Terror in the Early Republic.” Boundary 2: An International Journal of Literature and Culture 31.1 (2004): 25-47.
    • Gladden, Mendy Claire. “Property and the Pursuit of Happiness: Lost Futures and Post-Revolutionary Literary Homes.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 65.1 (Jul. 2004): 145.
    • Goudie, Sean X. “On the Origin of American Specie(s): The West Indies, Classification, and the Emergence of Supremacist Consciousness in Arthur Mervyn.” Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Eds. Philip Barnard, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004. 60-87.
    • Hinds, Janie. “Deb's Dogs: Animals, Indians, and Postcolonial Desire in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly.” Early American Literature 39.2 (2004): 323-354.
    • Hughes, Robert. “Writing Out of Death: Literature, Ethics, and the Beyond of Language.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 64.8 (February 2004): 2875.
    • Kafer, Peter. Charles Brockden Brown's Revolution and the Birth of American Gothic. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004.
    • Kamrath, Mark L. “American Exceptionalism and Radicalism in the 'Annals of Europe and America'.” Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Eds. Philip Barnard, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004. 354-384.
    • Krause, Sydney J. “Charles Brockden Brown and the Philadelphia Germans.” Early American Literature 39 (2004): 85-119.
    • Layson, Hana. “Rape and Revolution: Feminism, Antijacobinism, and the Politics of Injured Innocence in Brockden Brown's Ormond.” Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 2 (2004): 160-191.
    • Levine, Robert S. “Race and Nation in Brown's Louisiana Writings of 1803.” Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Eds. Philip Barnard, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004. 332-353.
    • Luciano, Dana. “The Gothic Meets Sensation: Charles Brockden Brown, Edgar Allan Poe, George Lippard, and E.D.E.N. Southworth.” A Companion to American Fiction, 1780-1865. Ed. Shirley Samuels. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2004. 314-329.
    • Mackenthun, Gesa. “The Transoceanic Emergence of American 'Postcolonial' Identities.” A Companion to Literatures of Colonial America. Eds. Susan Castillo and Ivy Schweitzer. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2004. 336-350.
    • Mackenthun, Gesa. Fictions of the Black Atlantic in American Foundational Literature. New York: Routledge, 2004.
    • Richter, Jörg Paderborn. Nationalität als literarisches Verfahren: Der amerikanische Roman (1790-1830). Germany: Schöningh, 2004.
    • Morgenstern, Naomi. “Marriage and Contract.” A Companion to American Fiction, 1780-1865. Ed. Shirley Samuels. Oxford, England: Blackwell, 2004. 108-118.
    • Morris, Colin Jeffrey. “To 'Shut out the World: Political Alienation and the Privatized Self in the Early Life and Works of Charles Brockden Brown, 1776-1794.” Journal of the Early Republic 24.4 (2004): 609-639.
    • Ostrowski, Carl. “'Fated to Perish by Consumption': The Political Economy of Arthur Mervyn.” Studies in American Fiction 32.1 (2004): 3-20.
    • Roulston, Christine. “Having it Both Ways? The Eighteenth-Century Menage-à-Trois.” British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 27.2 (2004): 257-277.
    • Rowe, Katherine. “The Politics of Sleepwalking: American Lady Macbeths.” Shakespeare Survey: An Annual Survey of Shakespeare Studies and Production 57 (2004): 126-136.
    • Shapiro, Stephen. “'Man to Man I Needed Not to Dread His Encounter': Edgar Huntly's End of Erotic Pessimism.” Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Eds. Philip Barnard, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004. 216-251.
    • Shuffelton, Frank. “Juries of the Common Reader: Crime and Judgment in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Eds. Philip Barnard, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004. 88-114.
    • Stern, Julia A. “The State of 'Women' in Ormond; or, Patricide in the New Nation.” Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Eds. Philip Barnard, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004. 182-215.
    • Sutherland, Helen. “Wide Webs of Fear: American Gothic Fiction and its British Counterparts.” STAR (Scottish Transatlantic Relations) (April 2004):
    • Teute, Fredrika J. “A 'Republic of Intellect': Conversation and Criticism among the Sexes in 1790s New York.” Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Eds. Philip Barnard, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004. 149-181.
    • Tsuji, Kazuhiko. “Amerikan goshikku hor? no shiten.” Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 150.8 (November 2004): 500.
    • Van Leeuwen, Evert Jan. “Public Similarity, Private Difference: Genre and Identity Construction in Jane Austen and Charles Brockden Brown.” Frame 17.2-3 (2004): 39-54.
    • Verhoeven, W. M. “'This Blissful Period of Intellectual Liberty': Transatlantic Radicalism and Enlightened Conservatism in Brown's Early Writings.” Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Eds. Philip Barnard, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004. 7-40.
    • Weyler, Karen A. Intricate Relations: Sexual and Economic Desire in American Fiction, 1789-1814. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, 2004. 2, 8, 13, 17, 22, 26, 39, 108, 140, 142, 160, 170, 181-182, 192, 236.
    • White, Ed. “Carwin the Peasant Rebel.” Revising Charles Brockden Brown: Culture, Politics, and Sexuality in the Early Republic. Eds. Philip Barnard, Mark L. Kamrath, and Stephen Shapiro. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2004. 41-59.

    2003

    • Alliata, Michela Vanon. “The Vertigo and the Abyss: Brown's Internalization of Gothic in Wieland and Edgar Huntley.” America Today: Highways and Labyrinths. Proceedings of the XV Biennial Conference Siracusa November 4-7, 1999 (2003): 124-132.
    • Bradshaw, Charles C. “The England Illuminati: Conspiracy and Causality in Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 76.3 (2003): 356-377.
    • Bradshaw, Charles C. “Republican Aesthetics and the Discourse of Conspiracy in Federalist Literature.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 63.12 (June 2003): 4310.
    • Cavitch, Max. “The Man That Was Used Up: Poetry, Particularity, and the Politics of Remembering George Washington.” American Literature 75.2 (June 2003): 247-274.
    • Drexler, Michael. “Brigands and Nuns: The Vernacular Sociology of Collectivity after the Haitian Revolution.” Messy Beginnings: Postcoloniality and Early American Studies. Eds. Malini Johar Schueller and Edward Watts. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2003. 175-199.
    • Edmondson, Philip N. The St. Domingue Legacy in Black Activist and Antislavery Writings in the United States, 1791-1862. Diss. University of Maryland, 2003.
    • Edwards, Justin D. “Engendering a New Republic: Charles Brockden Brown’s Alcuin, Carwin and the Legal Fictions of Gender.” NJES: Nordic Journal of English Studies 2.2 (2003): 279-301.
    • Goddu, Teresa A. “Historicizing the American Gothic: Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Approaches to Teaching Gothic Fiction: The British and American Traditions. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2003. 184-189.
    • Harris, Jennifer. “At one with the land: Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland and Matters of National Belonging.” Canadian Review of American Studies 33.3 (2003): 189-210.
    • Hepple, Christopher James. “The Politics of the Accusation in Anglo-American Romanticism.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 64.2 (Aug. 2003): 492.
    • Hughes, Robert. “Brockden Brown, the Poetic Voice, and the Anguish of Literary Truth.” Points of Convergence. Eds. Raili Põldsaar and Krista Vogelberg. Tartu, Estonia: Tartu Ulikooli Kirjastus, 2003. 57-63.
    • Hustis, Harriet. “Deliberate Unknowing and Strategic Retelling: The Ravages of Cultural Desire in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly.” Studies in American Fiction 31.1 (2003): 101-120.
    • Kazanjian, David. “Biloquial Nation: Charles Brockden Brown's National Culture.” The Colonizing Trick: National Culture and Imperial Citizenship in Early America. Ed. David Kazanjian. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2003. 139-172.
    • Murley, Jane. “Ordinary Sinners and Moral Aliens: The Murder Narratives of Charles Brockden Brown and Edgar Allan Poe.” Understanding Evil: an Interdisciplinary Approach. New York: Rodopi, 2003. 181-200.
    • Norwood, LisaBarron West. “'I May Be a Stranger to the Grounds of Your Belief': Constructing a Sense of Place in Wieland.” Early American Literature 38 (2003): 89-122.
    • Scheiding, Oliver. Geshichte und Fiktion: Zum Funktionswandel des fruhen amerikanischen Romans. Paderhorn: Ferdinand Schoning, 2003. 13, 16-18, 24, 26, 28, 30, 43, 45, 52-56, 59, 62, 199-239, 241, 244, 247.
    • Stewart, Larry L. “Charles Brockden Brown: Quantitative Analysis and Literary Interpretation.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 18.2 (2003): 129-138.
    • Strode, Timothy Francis. The Ethics of Exile: Levinas, Colonialism, and the Fictional Forms of Charles Brockden Brown and J. M. Coetzee. Diss. Rutgers University, 2003.
    • Tattoni, Igina. “'There Was No Room for Hesitation': The Revolution of Time in Charles Brockden Brown's Arthur Mervyn.” AISNA - Associazione Italiana di Studi Nord-Americani Proceedings of the Sixteenth Biennial International Conference: Genova, November 8-11, 2001 America and the Mediterranean (2003): 559-565.
    • Vanon Alliata, Michela. “The Vertigo and the Abyss: Brown’s Internalization of Gothic in Wieland and Edgar Huntley.” America Today: Highways and Labyrinths. Ed. Gigliola Nocera. Siracusa,Italy: Grafia, 2003. 124-132.
    • Waterman, Bryan. “Arthur Mervyn's Medical Repository and the Early Republic's Knowledge Industries.” American Literary History 15.2 (2003): 213-247.
    • Williams, Daniel E. “Writing under the Influence: An Examination of Wieland's 'Well Authenticated Facts' and the Depiction of Murderous Fathers in Post-Revolutionary Print Culture.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 15.3-4 (2003): 643-668.

    2002

    • Amfreville, Marc. “Un obscur dialogue au siecle des Lumieres: Alcuin. [A little- known Enlightenment Dialogue: Alcuin].” Revue francaise d'etudes americaines 92 (2002): 86-97.
    • Barnes, Elizabeth. “Loving with a Vengeance: Wieland, Familicide and the Crisis of Masculinity in the Early Nation.” Boys Don't Cry?: Rethinking Narratives of Masculinity and Emotion in the U. S. Ed. Millete Shamar and Jennifer Travis. New York: Columbia University Press, 2002. 44-63.
    • Battistini, Robert. “At the Limits of Enlightenment: Imaginative Prose in the Early Republic.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 62.12 (June 2002): 4162.
    • Block, James E. A Nation of Agents: The American Path to a Modern Self and Society. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2002. 341-342, 345-346, 351, 353-354.
    • Cody, Michael. “Sleepwalking into the Nineteenth Century: Charles Brockden Brown's 'Somnambulism'.” Journal of the Short Story in English 39 (2002): 41-55.
    • Crain, Caleb. “Introduction and notes.” Wieland; or, The Transformation: An American Tale and Other Stories. New York: Modern Library, 2002. xi - xxiv.
    • Dill, Elizabeth. “The Republican Stepmother: Revolution and Sensibility in Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Eighteenth-Century Novel 2 (2002): 273-303.
    • Downes, Paul. “An Epistemology of the Ballot Box: Brockden Brown's Secrets.” Democracy, Revolution, and Monarchism in Early American Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. 112-143, 175.
    • Edwards, Justin D. “Engendering a New Republic: Charles Brockden Brown's Alcuin, Carwin and the Legal Fictions of Gender.” Nordic Journal of English Studies 2.2 (November 2002): 279-302.
    • Krause, Sydney J., S. W. Reid, and Norman S. Grabo, eds. Arthur Mervyn or Memoirs of the Year 1793. First and Second Parts. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2002.
    • Leask, Nigel. “Irish Republicans and Gothic Eleuterarchs: Pacific Utopias in the Writings of Theobald Wolfe Tone and Charles Brockden Brown.” British Radical Culture of the 1790's (2002): 91-111.
    • Lynch, Lisa. “The Fever Next Time: The Race of Disease and the Disease of Racism in John Edgar Wideman.” American Literary History 14.4 (2002): 776-804.
    • Norwood, LisaBarron West. “Grounds for the New Nation: Constructing Sense of Place in American Writing from 1780-1860.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 63.1 (July 2002): 190.
    • Okun, Peter. Crime and the Nation: Prison Reform and Popular Fiction in Philadelphia, 1786-1800. New York: Routledge, 2002. xv, xix, xxi, 4, 18-27, 29, 43, 53-59, 64, 78-85, 89-92, 113, 123-131, 134-144, 150.
    • Orishima, Masashi. “Immersed in Palpable Darkness: Republican Virtue and the Spatial Topography of Charles Brockden Brown's Arthur Mervyn.” The Japanese Journal of American Studies 13 (2002): 7-23.
    • Schneck, Peter. “Wieland's Testimony: Charles Brockden Brown and the Rhetoric of Evidence.” Early American Literature: The Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 18 (2002): 167-213.
    • Slawinski, Scott. Validating Bachelorhood: Audience, Patriarchy and Charles Brockden Brown's Editorship of the 'Monthly Magazine and American Review'. Diss. University of South Carolina, 2002.
    • Teute, Fredrika J. “The Loves of the Plants; or, the Cross-Fertilization of Science and Desire at the End of the Eighteenth Century.” British Radical Culture of the 1790s. Ed. Robert M. Maniquis. San Marino: Huntington Library, 2002. 63-89.
    • Thomson, Douglass H. “Charles Brockden Brown (1771-1810).” Gothic Writers: A Critical and Bibliographical Guide. Eds. Frederick S. Frank, Douglass H. Thomson, and Jack G. Voller. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002. 76-82.

    2001

    • Cahill, Edward. “An Adventurous and Lawless Fancy: Charles Brockden Brown's Aesthetic State.” Early American Literature 36 (2001): 31-70.
    • Cody, Michael. “Charles Brockden Brown and the 'Literary Magazine'.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 61.7 (January 2001): 2711.
    • Crain, Caleb. American Sympathy: Men, Friendship, and Literature in the New Nation. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2001.
    • Ellis, Scott. Fictional Privacy and Private Fictions: The Developing Discourse of Fiction in the Early American Republic. Diss. Emory University, 2001.
    • Goldoni, Annalisa. “Charles Brockden Brown e la seduzione della musica.” Questione Romantica: Rivista Interdisciplinare di Studi Romantici 11 (Autumn 2001): 13-23.
    • Gunning, Tom. “Doing for the Eye What the Phonograph Does for the Ear.” The Sounds of Early Cinema. Eds. Richard Abel and Rick Altman. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001. 13-31.
    • Kamrath, Mark L. “Charles Brockden Brown and the 'art of the historian': An Essay Concerning (Post)modern Historical Understanding.” Journal of the Early Republic 21 (2001): 231-260.
    • Kazanjian, David. “Charles Brockden Brown's Biloquial Nation: National Culture and White Settler Colonialism in Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist.” American Literature 73 (2001): 459-496.
    • Kutchen, Larry. “The 'Vulgar Thread of the Canvas': Revolution and the Picturesque in Ann Eliza Bleecker, Cevecoeur, and Charles Brockden Brown.” Early American Literature 36 (2001): 395-426.
    • Shapiro, Stephen. “'I Could Kiss Him One Minute and Kill Him the Next!': The Limits of Radical Male Friendship in Holcroft, CB Brown, and Wollstonecraft Shelley.” Engendering Images of Man in the Long Eighteenth Century. Eds. Walter Gobel, Saskia Schabio, and Martin Windisch. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2001. 111-132.
    • Sivils, Matthew Wynn. “Native American Sovereignty and Old Deb in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly.” American Transcendental Quarterly 15 (2001): 293-304.
    • Steinman, Lisa M. “Transatlantic Cultures: Godwin, Brown, and Mary Shelley.” Wordsworth Circle 32 (2001): 126-130.
    • Tennenhouse, Leonard. “Caribbean Degeneracy and the Problem of Masculinity in Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond.” Finding Colonial Americas. Eds. Carla Mulford and David S. Shields. Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press, 2001. 104-121.
    • Theriot, Michelle Daigle. Eden Reversed: Eve as 'Bridge' Figure in the Longer Fiction of Charles Brockden Brown and Nathaniel Hawthorne. Diss. University of Louisiana at Lafayette, 2001.
    • Verhoeven, W. M. “Gothic Logic: Charles Brockden Brown and the Science of Sensationalism.” European Journal of American Culture 20.2 (2001): 91-99.

    2000

    • Albert, Lauren Gale. The Friction of Experience: Community and Understanding in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown. Diss. City University of New York, 2000.
    • Amfreville, Marc. Charles Brockden Brown La part du doute. Paris: Belin, 2000.
    • Berressem, Hanjo. “'To Make Sense of a Random Act of Violence': Tyche, Automaton, and Trauma in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly, or, Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker.” Amerikastudien 45 (2000): 55-72.
    • Bruckner, Martin. “Geography, Reading, and the World of Novels in the Early Republic.” Early America Re-Explored: New Readings in Colonial, Early National, and Antebellum Culture. Eds. Fritz Fleischmann, and Klaus H. Schmidt. New York: Peter Lang, 2000. 385-410.
    • Cody, Michael Amos. “Charles Brockden Brown and the ‘Literary Magazine.’” Diss. University of South Carolina, 2000.
    • Fleischmann, Fritz. “Concealed Lessons: Foster's Coquette and Brockden Brown's "Lesson on Concealment".” Early America Re-Explored: New Readings in Colonial, Early National, and Antebellum Culture. Eds. Fritz Fleischmann, and Klaus H. Schmidt. New York: Peter Lang, 2000. 309-348.
    • Glasenapp, Jorn. 'Prodigies, Anomalies, Monsters': Charles Brockden Brown und die Grenzen der Erkenntnis. Gottingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2000. 16, 24, 27, 36-46, 57, 62-65, 73, 75, 122, 131, 145, 214, 265, 276, 306, 308.
    • Gould, Philip. “Race, Commerce, and the Literature of Yellow Fever in Early National Philadelphia.” Early American Literature 35 (2000): 157-186.
    • Hamelman, Steven. “Secret to the Last: Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond.” LIT: Literature-Interpretation-Theory 11 (2000): 305-326.
    • Hsu, Hsuan L. “Democratic Expansionism in Memoirs of Carwin.” Early American Literature 35 (2000): 137-156.
    • Kafer, Peter. “Charles Brockden Brown and the Pleasures of 'Unsanctified Imagination.'” William and Mary Quarterly 57 (2000): 543-568.
    • Kaplan, Catherine O'Donnell. “Elihu Hubbard Smith's 'The Institutions of the Republic of Utopia.'” Early American Literature 35.3 (2000): 294-308.
    • Kaufman, Frederick Leonard. The Autonomic American. Diss. City University of New York, 2000.
    • Korobkin, Laura H. “Murder by Madman: Criminal Responsibility, Law, and Judgment in Wieland.” American Literature 72 (2000): 721-750.
    • Krause, Sydney J. “Brockden Brown's Feminism in Fact and Fiction.” Early America Re-Explored: New Readings in Colonial, Early National, and Antebellum Culture. Eds. Fritz Fleischmann, and Klaus H. Schmidt. New York: Peter Lang, 2000. 349-384.
    • Leask, Nigel. “Irish Republicans and the Gothic Eleutherarchs: Pacific Utopias in the Writings of Theobald Wolfe Tone and Charles Brockden Brown.” Huntington Library Quarterly: Studies in English and American History and Literature 63.3 (2000): 347-367.
    • O'Leary, Crystal Laraine. 'A Grave for this Book': Textual Fetishism in American Gothic from Brockden Brown to John Carpenter. Diss. University of Louisiana, Lafayette, 2000.
    • Rosen, Elizabeth Melinda. Natural Causes: American Gothic Literature and the Doctrine of Natural Law. Diss. City University of New York, 2000.
    • Rowe, John Carlos. Literary Culture and U.S. Imperialism: From the Revolution to World War II. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. x, 11-12, 14, 15, 16-17, 25-51, 79, 103, 303n-305n.
    • Shaw, David Martin. 'External and Real, But Not Supernatural': The Terror of the Soul in Brockden Brown and Poe. Diss. University of Toronto, 2000.
    • Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll. “Black Gothic: The Shadowy Origins of the American Bourgeoisie.” Possible Pasts: Becoming Colonial in Early America. Ed. Robert Blair St. George. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2000. 243-269.
    • Theriot, Michelle Daigle. Eden Reversed: Eve as ‘Bridge’ Figure in the Longer Fiction of Charles Brockden Brown and Nathaniel Hawthorne. Diss. University of Louisiana Lafayette, 2000.
    • Traister, Bruce. “Libertinism and Authorship in America's Early Republic.” American Literature 72 (2000): 1-30.
    • Waterman, Bryan. The Friendly Club of New York City: Industries of Knowledge in the Early Republic. Diss. Boston University, 2000.
  • 1999

    • Amfreville, Marc. “Charles Brockden Brown et Edgar Allan Poe: Transformations et anamorphoses: Figures de la literature americaine.” Revue du Centre de Recherche sur l'Imaginaire dans les Litteratures de Langue Anglaise 4 (1999): 163-174.
    • Chapman, Mary. “Introduction.” Ormond: or, The Secret Witness. Ontario, Canada: Broadview Literary Texts, 1999. 9-31.
    • Charras, Francoise. “Variations et anamorphoses sur le mode gothique: Les traductions en francais de Wieland au XIXe siecle.” Profils Americains. 1999. 191-212.
    • Christophersen, Bill. “Charles Brockden Brown, Enthusiasm and the Ghost of William Penn.” Profils Americains: Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Marc Amfreville, and Francoise Charras. Montpellier: Presses de l'Imprimerie de l'Universite Paul-Valery, 1999. 135-148.
    • Cody, Michael. Charles Brockden Brown and the Literary Magazine, and American Register. Diss. University of South Carolina, 1999.
    • Crain, Caleb. American Sympathy: Friendship in Early U.S. Literature. Diss. Columbia University, 1999.
    • Ellison, Julie. “Walkers, Stalkers, Captives, Slaves.” Cato's Tears and the Making of Anglo-American Emotion. Ed. Julie Ellison. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999. 148-170.
    • Ellison, Julie. Cato's Tears and the Making of an Anglo-American Emotion. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999. 148-170.
    • Fluck, Winfried. “Novels of Transition: From Sentimental Novel to Domestic Novel.” The Construction and Contestation of American Cultures and Identities in the Early National Period. Ed. Udo J. Hebel. Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitatsverlag, 1999. 97-117.
    • Idiart, Jeannette, and Schulz, Jennifer. “American Gothic Landscapes: The New World to Vietnam.” Spectral Readings: Towards a Gothic Geography. Eds. Glennis Byron, and David Punter. New York: St. Martin's, 1999. 127-139.
    • Kamrath, Mark L. “Charles Brockden Brown and Contemporary Theory: A Review of Recent Critical Trends in Brown Scholarship.” Profils Americains: Charles Brockden Brown Montpellier III.11 (1999): 213-277.
    • Manuel, Carme Manuel. “Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland or, Fiction as an Instrument of Salvation in Post-Revolutionary America.” Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses 12 (1999): 91-104.
    • Scheick, William J. “Assassin in Artful Disguise: The De-Signed Designs of Charles Brockden Brown's 'Somnambulism.'” Profils Americains: Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Marc Amfreville, and Francoise Charras. Montpellier: Presses de l'Imprimerie de l'Universite Paul-Valery, 1999. 27-46.
    • Schloss, Dietmar. “Intellectuals and Women: Social Rivalry in Charles Brockden Brown's Alcuin.” The Construction and Contestation of American Cultures and Identities in the Early National Period. Ed. Udo J. Hebel. Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitatsverlag, 1999. 355-369.
    • Verhoeven, W. M. “Performing Revolution: Charles Brockden Brown and the Jacobin Legacy in America.” Profils Americains: Charles Brockden Brown. Eds. Marc Amfreville, and Francoise Charras. Montpellier: Presses de l'Imprimerie de l'Universite Paul-Valery, 1999. 121-134.
    • Wallach, Rick. “The Manner in Which Appearances are Solved: Narrative Semiotics in Wieland, or the Transformation.” South Atlantic Review 64 (1999): 1-15.
    • Wicke, Anne. “Sophia, Martinette, et Constantia: Des femmes exemplaires?” Profils Americains: Charles Brockden Brown Montpellier III.11 (1999): 103-120.
    • Wood, Sarah Florence. “Foul Contagion and Perilous Asylums: The Role of the Refugee in Ormond and Arthur Mervyn.” Overhere: a European Journal of American Culture 18.3 (Autumn 1999): 82-92.

    1998

    • Burgett, Bruce. “Masochism and Male Sentimentalism: Charles Brockden Brown's Clara Howard.” Sentimental Bodies: Sex, Gender, and Citizenship in the Early Republic. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1998. 112-135.
    • Digeronimo, Gretchen Elspeth. Transactional Bond in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown. Diss. University of New Hampshire, 1998.
    • Dillon, James Joseph. “'The Highest Province of Benevolence': Charles Brockden Brown's Fictional Theory.” Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 27 (1998): 237-258.
    • Faderman, Lillian. Surpassing the Love of Men: Romantic Friendship and Love Between Women from the Renaissance to the Present. New York: Harper, 1998. 110-115.
    • Frye, Steven. “Constructing Indigeneity: Postcolonial Dynamics in Charles Brockden Brown's Monthly Magazine and American Review.” American Studies 39 (1998): 69-88.
    • Gable, Harvey L., Jr. “Wieland, Othello, Genesis, and the Floating City: the Sources of Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Papers on Language & Literature 34 (1998): 301-318.
    • Goldoni, Annalisa. “Disguised Heroes: C. B. Brown, J. F. Cooper, H. Melville, S. Crane.” Red Badges of Courage: Wars and Conflicts in American Culture. Eds. Biancamarie Pisapia, Ugo Rubeo, and Anna Scacchi. Rome, Italy: Bulzoni, 1998. 154-162.
    • Sydney J. Krause, ed. Three Gothic Novels: Wieland, or the Transformation; Arthur Mervyn, or, Memoirs of the Year 1793; Edgar Huntley, or, Memoirs of a Sleep Walker. New York: Library of America, 1998.
    • Luciano, Dana. “'Perverse Nature': Edgar Huntly and the Novel's Reproductive Disorders.” American Literature 70 (1998): 1-27.
    • Marshall, Ian. Story Line: Exploring the Literature of the Appalachian Trail. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1998. 131-150.
    • Paryz, Marek. “Madness, Man and Social Order in Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” American Studies 16 (1998): 31-47.
    • Ruttenberg, Nancy. Democratic Personality: Popular Voice and the Trial of American Authorship. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1998. 24, 31, 188, 210, 262, 266, 269, 291, 299, 300, 465-469, 471-473.
    • Scheiding, Oliver. “'Plena exemplorum est historia': Rewriting Exemplary History in Charles Brockden Brown's 'Death of Cicero.'” Re-visioning the Past: Historical Self-Reflexivity in American Short Fiction. Eds. Bernd Engler, and Oliver Scheiding. Trier: Wissenchaftlicher Verlag Trier, 1998. 39-50.
    • Smyth, Heather. “Imperfect Disclosures: Cross-Dressing and Containment in Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond.” Sex and Sexuality in Early America. New York: New York University Press, 1998. 240-261.
    • Stern, Julia A. The Plight of Feeling: Sympathy and Dissent in the Early American Novel. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998. 3, 19-21, 27-29, 88, 110, 153, 155, 157-238.
    • Vickers, Anita M. “Patriarchal and Political Authority in Wieland.” AUMLA: Journal of he Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association 90 (1998): 1-19.
    • Vickers, Anita M. “'Pray Madam, are you a Federalist?' Women's Rights and the Republican Utopia in Alcuin.” American Studies 39.3 (1998): 89-104.
    • Watts, Edward. Writing and Postcolonialism in the Early Republic. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1998. 6, 21-22, 25, 40, 82, 94-121, 122-123, 127, 129, 139, 151, 159-160, 170-171, 178-179, 185, 195-196.
    • Ziaja-Buchholz, Miroslawa. “Wieland: Or the Transformation by Charles Brockden Brown: An Attempt at Interpretation.” American Studies 16 (1998): 23-29.

    1997

    • Achilles, Jochen. “Composite (Dis)Order: Cultural Identity in Wieland, Edgar Huntly, and Arthur Gorden Pym.” Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquires in the Early Modern Era. Eds. Kevin L. Cope and Laura Morrow. New York: AMS Press, 1997. 251-270.
    • Barnes, Elizabeth. “Seductive Education and the Virtues of the Republic.” States of Sympathy: Seduction and Democracy in the American Novel. New York: Columbia University Press, 1997. 14, 52-55.
    • Bruckner, Martin. Models of World-Making: The Language of Geography in American Literature, 1750-1825. Diss. Brandeis University, 1997.
    • Downes, Paul. “Constitutional Secrets: 'Memoirs of Carwin' and the Politics of Concealment.” Criticism 39 (1997): 89-117.
    • Downes, Paul. “The Spell of Democracy: Literature and Politics in the Post-Revolutionary United States.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 57.7 (January 1997): 3090.
    • Goddu, Teresa A. “Diseased Discourse: Charles Brockden Brown's Arthur Mervyn.” Gothic America: Narrative, History, and Nation. New York: Columbia University Press, 1997. 5-6, 31-51.
    • Hinds, ElizabethJane Wall. Private Property: Charles Brockden Brown's Gendered Economics of Virtue. Newark, Delaware: University of Delaware Press, 1997.
    • Levin, Douglas Edward. Figure Out: The Politics of Textuality in Early American Fiction. Diss. Yale University, 1997.
    • Mackenthun, Gesa. “Captives and Sleepwalkers: The Ideological Revolutions of Post-Revolutionary Discourse.” European Review of Native American Studies 11.1 (1997): 19-25.
    • Manning, Susan L. “Enlightenment's Dark Dreams: Two Fictions of Henry Mackenzie and Charles Brockden Brown.” Eighteenth Century Life 21 (1997): 39-56.
    • Scheiding, Oliver. “'Nothing but a Disjointed and Mutilated Tale': Zur narrativen Strategie der 'Thessalonica: A Roman Story'.” Literaturwissenschaftliches Jahrbuch im Auftrage der Gorres Gessellschaft. 1997. 93-110.
    • Surratt, Marshall N. “'The Awe-Creating Presence of the Deity: Some Religious Sources for Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Papers on Language and Literature 33 (1997): 310-324.

    1996

    • Bauer, Ralph. “Between Repression and Transgression: Rousseau's Confessions and Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” American Transcendental Quarterly 10 (1996): 311-329.
    • Burgett, Bruce. “Masochism and Male Sentimentalism: Charles Brockden Brown's Clara Howard.” Arizona Quarterly 52 (1996): 1-25.
    • Dillon, James Joseph. Educational Novels, Novelistic Education: The Case of the Early Republic. Diss. University of Texas at Austin, 1996.
    • Downes, Paul. “Sleep-Walking Out of the Revolution: Brown's Edgar Huntly.” Eighteenth-Century Studies 29 (1996): 413-431.
    • Healey, Kathleen Mary. Picturing Utopia: A Cultural and Literary Analysis of the Iconography of Landscape in Selected American Paintings and Works by Charles Brockden Brown, Caroline Kirkland, Margaret Fuller and Henry David Thoreau. Diss. Pennsylvania State University, 1996.
    • Kamrath, Mark L. The 'Novel' Historicism of Charles Brockden Brown. Diss. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1996.
    • Keitel, Evelyne. “Das eigene Fremde, das fremde Eigene: Charles Brockden Browns Romane im kulturellen Spannungsfeld zwischen England und Amerika.” Amerikastudien 41 (1996): 533-555.
    • Lewis, Paul. “Charles Brockden Brown and the Gendered Canon of Early American Fiction.” Early American Literature 31 (1996): 167-188.
    • Looby, Christopher. Voicing America: Language, Literary Form, and the Origins of the United States. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996. 5, 7-9, 28, 49-50, 145-202, 267.
    • Reising, Russell. Loose Ends: Closure and Crisis in the American Social Text. Durham: Duke University Press, 1996. viii, 14, 20, 21, 22, 25-71, 331-334.
    • Samuels, Shirley. Romances of the Republic: Women, the Family, and Violence in the Literature of the Early American Nation. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996. 14, 20, 27, 29-43, 44-56.
    • Schloss, Dietmar. “Charles Brockden Brown's Arthur Mervyn and the Idea of Civic Virtue.” Democracy and the Arts in the United States. Eds. Alfred Hornung, Reinhard R. Doerries, and Gerhard Hoffman. München: Fink, 1996. 171-182.
    • Seed, David. “The Mind Set Free: Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Making America/Making American Literature. Eds. Robert A. Lee, and W. M. Verhoeven. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1996. 105-122.
    • Shapiro, Stephen. 'Dread and Curious Alteration': Republican Panic and Personal Intimation in Early American Fiction. Diss. Yale University, 1996.
    • Toner, Jennifer Dilallia. Imaginary Portraits: The Fictional Life-Narrative in America From Brown to Melville. Diss. Johns Hopkins University, 1996.
    • Verhoeven, W. M. “'Persuasive Rhetoric': Representation and Resistance in Early American Epistolary Fiction.” Making America/Making American Literature. Eds. Robert A. Lee, and W. M. Verhoeven. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1996. 123-164.
    • Woodard, Maureen L. “Female Captivity and the Deployment of Race in Three Early American Texts.” Papers on Language and Literature 32 (1996): 115-146.
    • Zhang, Dingquan. “The Liberation of Women in America and the Three Female Characters in Ormond.” Waiguoyu Journal of Foreign Languages 6.106 (1996): 75-78.

    1995

    • Carballo, Robert. “Another Look at Shakespearean Tragedy as Proto-Text for Wieland.” Neohelicon 22 (1995): 75-85.
    • Eiselein, Gregory. “Humanitarianism and Uncertainty in Arthur Mervyn.” Essays in Literature 22 (1995): 215-226.
    • Hinds, Elizabeth Jane Wall. “Charles Brockden Brown's Revenge Tragedy: Edgar Huntly and the Uses of Property.” Early American Literature 30 (1995): 51-70.
    • Holmes, John R. “Charles Brockden Brown's Earliest Letter.” Early American Literature 30 (1995): 71-77.
    • Kierner, Cynthia A. “Introduction.” Alcuin. Albany: NCUP, Inc., 1995. 3-38.
    • Kornfeld, Eve. “Encountering the Other: American Intellectuals and Indians in the 1790s.” William and Mary Quarterly 52.2 (1995): 287-314.
    • Lamont, Elizabeth M. Pathologies of the Postrevolutionary American Soul: The Function of Disease in the Major Novels of Charles Brockden Brown. Diss. University of Tennessee, 1995.
    • Schnell, Michael. “The Sacredness of Conjugal and Parental Duties': the Family, the Twentieth-Century Reader, and Wieland.” Christianity & Literature 44 (1995): 259-73.
    • Verhoeven, W. M. “Opening the Text: The Locked-Trunk Motif in Late Eighteenth-Century British and American Gothic Fiction.” Exhibited by Candlelight: Sources and Developments in the Gothic Tradition. Eds. Villani Valeria Tinkler, Peter Davidson, and Jane Stevenson. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995. 205-219.
    • Zhang, Dingquan. The Ideological Polyphony in the Fictional World of Charles Brockden Brown. Diss. Indiana University, Pennsylvania, 1995.

    1994

    • Decker, James M. “Reassessing Charles Brockden Brown's Clara Howard.” Publications of the Missouri Philological Association 19 (1994): 28-36.
    • Elliott, Emory. “Introduction and notes.” Wieland; or, The Transformation and Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist. New York: Oxford University Press, 1994. vii - xxx.
    • Gardner, Jared. “Alien Nation: Edgar Huntly's Savage Awakening.” American Literature 66 (1994): 429-461.
    • Krause, Sydney J. “Penn's Elm and Edgar Huntly: Dark 'Instruction to the Heart.'” American Literature 66 (1994): 463-484.
    • Mertz, Harald. Charles Brockden Brown als politischer Schriftsteller. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1994.
    • Morris, Colin Jeffrey. Virtuosity and Theatricality: A Study of William Dunlap and Charles Brockden Brown. Diss. University of Rochester, 1994.
    • Robinson, Arthur Thomas. The Third Horseman of the Apocalypse: A Multidisciplinary Social History of the 1793 Yellow Fever Epidemic in Philadelphia. Diss. Washington State University, 1994.
    • Rombes, Nicholas, Jr. “'All Was Lonely, Darksome, and Waste': Wieland and the Construction of the New Republic.” Studies in American Fiction 22 (1994): 37-46.
    • Vatalaro, Paul. “Edgar Huntly: Charles Brockden Brown's Early American Fairy Tale.” Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 15.3-4 (1994): 259-268.
    • Watts, Steven. The Romance of Real Life: Charles Brockden Brown and the Origins of American Culture. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994.

    1993

    • Bottalico, Michele. “The American Frontier and the Initiation Rite to a National Literature. The Example of Edgar Huntly by Charles Brockden Brown.” RSA Journal 4 (1993): 3-16.
    • Bradfield, Scott. Dreaming Revolution: Transgression in the Development of American Romance. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1993. xiv, 15-33, 112-115.
    • Cassuto, Leonard. “[Un]Consciousness Itself Is the Malady: Edgar Huntly and the Discourse of the Other.” Modern Language Studies 23.4 (1993): 118-130.
    • Christophersen, Bill. The Apparition in the Glass: Charles Brockden Brown's American Gothic. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1993. xi-xi.
    • Clemit, Pamela. “Wieland: Charles Brockden Brown's American Tale.” The Godwinian Novel: The Rational Fictions of Godwin, Brockden Brown, Mary Shelley. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993. 105-138.
    • Cowell, Pattie. “Class, Gender, and Genre: Deconstructing the Social Formulas on the Gothic Frontier.” Frontier Gothic: Terror and Wonder at the Frontier in American Literature. Eds. David Mogen, Scott P. Sanders, and Joanne B. Karpinski. Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickenson University Press, 1993. 128-132.
    • Erickson, David Elliot. Republican Fictions in Search of an Audience: The Works of Charles Brockden Brown. University of Illinois, 1993.
    • Hamelman, Steve. “Rhapsodist in the Wilderness: Brown's Romantic Quest in Edgar Huntly.” Studies in American Fiction 21 (1993): 171-190.
    • Hinds, Elizabeth Jane Wall. “Charles Brockden Brown and the Frontiers of Discourse.” Frontier Gothic: Terror and Wonder at the Frontier in American Literature. Eds. David Mogen, Scott P. Sanders, and Joanne B. Karpinski. Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickenson University Press, 1993. 109-125.
    • Kindermann, Wolf. Man Unknown to Himself: kritische Reflexion der ameriknischen Aufklarung: Crevecoeur, Benjamin Rush, Charles Brockden Brown. Tubingen: G. Narr, 1993. 127-218.
    • Patrick, Marietta S. “Mythic Images in Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond.” The University of Mississippi Studies in English 11-12 (1993): 294-302.
    • Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll. “Captured Subjects/Savage Others: Violently Engendering the New American.” Gender and History 5 (1993): 177-195.
    • Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll. “Subject Female: Authorizing American Identity.” American Literary History 5 (1993): 481-511.

    1992

    • Gado, Frank. “Arthur Mervyn: Mounting into Man.” Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793, in Two Parts. Albany, NY: New College and University Press, Inc., 1992. iii - xxiv.
    • Kafer, Peter. “Charles Brockden Brown and Revolutionary Philadelphia: An Imagination in Context.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 116 (1992): 467-498.
    • Mackenthun, Gesa. “Captives and Sleepwalkers: The Ideological Revolutions of Post-Revolutionary Discourse.” Paper Presented to the 6th Biennial Symposium of the Milan Group in Early U.S. History (1992): 243-261.
    • Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll. “Coquettes e rivoluzionari nella giovane America: La virtu addomesticata.” Comunita: Revista di Informazione Culturale 44-45 (1992): 234-254.
    • Verhoeven, W. M. “Displacing the Discontinuous: Or, The Labyrinths of Reason: Fictional Design and Eighteenth-Century Thought in Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond.” Rewriting the Dream: Reflections on the Changing American Literary Canon. Ed. W. M. Verhoeven. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1992. 202-229.
    • Vickers, Anita M. From Godwinism to Radical Federalism: The Developing Political Agenda in the Fiction of Charles Brockden Brown. Diss. Purdue University, 1992.
    • Weber, Alfred and Wolfgang Schafer. Charles Brockden Brown: Literary Essays and Reviews. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1992.

    1991

    • Anderson, Douglas. “Edgar Huntly's Dark Inheritance.” Philological Quarterly 70 (1991): 453-473.
    • Fliegelman, Jay. “Introduction and notes.” Wieland and Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist. New York: Penguin Books, 1991. vii - xlii.
    • Frank, Armin Paul. “In der romance leben: Zu Charles Brockden Browns Edgar Huntly (1799) und einer alten 'modernistischen' Erzahltradition in Amerika.” Fruhe Formen mehrperspektivischen Erzahlens von der Edda bis Flaubert. Ed. Armin Paul Frank. Berlin: Schmidt, 1991. 54-81.
    • Herdman, John. The Double in Nineteenth-Century Fiction: the Shadow Life. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991. 17, 21, 36-41, 50.
    • Kamrath, Mark L. “Brown and the Enlightenment: A Study of the Influence of Voltaire's Candide in Edgar Huntly.” American Transcendental Quarterly 5 (1991): 6-14.
    • Porte, Joel. In Respect to Egotism: Studies in American Romantic Writing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991. 10-11, 19, 29, 31-32, 35-37, 40-49, 54-56, 267.
    • Schafer, Wolfgang. Charles Brockden Brown als Literaturkritiker. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1991.
    • Schreiber, Andrew J. “'The Arm Lifted Against Me': Love, Terror, and the Construction of Gender in Wieland.” Early American Literature 26 (1991): 173-194.
    • Stern, Julia A. Parsing the First-Person Plural: Transformations of Gender and Voice in the Fiction of Charles Brockden Brown and Edgar Allan Poe. Diss. Columbia University, 1991.
    • Warner, Michael. “Homo-Narcissism; or, Heterosexuality.” Engendering Men: The Question of Male Feminist Criticism. Eds. Joseph A. Boone, and Michael Cadden. London: Routledge, 1991. 190-206.
    • Ziff, Larzer. Writing in the New Nation: Prose, Print, and Politics in the Early United States. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991. 58, 67-68, 75-82, 140-145, 178-180.

    1990

    • Cassuto, Leonard D. “The American Grotesque.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 50.8 (February 1990): 2486A.
    • Dauber, Kenneth. The Idea of Authorship in America: Democratic Poetics from Franklin to Melville. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1990. 39-77.
    • Lee, A. Robert. “A Darkness Visible: The Case of Charles Brockden Brown.” American Horror Fiction: From Brockden Brown to Stephen King. Ed. Brian Docherty. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990. 13-32.
    • Gabler-Hover, Janet. Truth in American Fiction: The Legacy of Rhetorical Idealism. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1990. 3, 6, 37, 39, 41, 59-84, 121, 129, 134-135, 141-142, 162, 223, 237-238, 240.
    • Holmes, John R., and Edwin J. Saeger. “Charles Brockden Brown and the 'Laura-Petrarch' Letters.” Early American Literature 25 (1990): 183-188.
    • Kittel, Harald. “Free Indirect Discourse and the Experiencing Self in Eighteenth-Century American Autobiographical Fiction: The Narration of Consciousness in Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” New Comparison 9 (1990): 73-89.
    • Kittel, Harald. “An Innovative Mode of Literary Self-Revelation: Free Indirect Discourse in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly and in Its German Translation.” Amerikastudien/American Studies 35.1 (1990): 53-66.
    • Limon, John. The Place of Fiction in the Time of Science: A Disciplinary History of American Writing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990. 18-21, 23, 24, 26, 30-68, 108-109, 134, 167-168, 195-197, 199.
    • Litton, Alfred G. “The Failure of Rhetoric in Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Lamar Journal of the Humanities 16 (1990): 23-40.
    • O'Shaughnessy, Toni. “'An Imperfect Tale': Interpretive Accountability in Wieland.” Studies in American Fiction 18 (1990): 41-54.
    • Samuels, Shirley. “Wieland: Alien and Infidel.” Early American Literature 25 (1990): 45-66.
    • Stott, G. St. John. “Second Thoughts about Ormond.” Etudes Anglaises 43 (1990): 157-168.
    • Warner, Michael. The Letters of the Republic: Publication and the Public Sphere in Eighteenth-Century America. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1990.
  • 1989

    • Hinds, Elizabeth Jane Wall. The Hero in Time: The American Gothic Fiction of Charles Brockden Brown, Edgar Allan Poe and Herman Melville. Diss. University of Tulsa, 1989.
    • Budick, Emily Miller. Fiction and Historical Consciousness: The American Romance Tradition. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1989. ix, xii, 2, 19, 22-38, 40-65, 55, 58, 59, 61-62, 64, 65, 68, 69, 74, 80, 82, 83, 88, 99, 116, 120, 139, 143, 151.
    • Croft, Lee B. “Spontaneous Human Combustion in Literature: Some Examples of the Literary Use of Popular Mythology.” College Language Association Journal 32 (1989): 335-347.
    • Jordan, Cynthia S. “"The Folly of Precipitate Conclusions": Brown's Wieland.” Second Stories: The politics of Language, Form and Gender in Early American Fictions. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1989. ix, x, xii, 1, 24, 26, 78-97, 10, 109, 111, 123, 216, 224.
    • Levine, Robert S. Conspiracy and Romance: Studies in Brockden Brown, Cooper, Hawthorne, and Melville. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989. 1-3, 13, 15-17, 25-60, 69, 72, 78, 79, 82, 83, 87, 89, 108, 138, 142, 153, 159-160, 186, 233.
    • Lloyd-Smith, Allan Gardner. Uncanny American Fiction: Medusa's Face. London: Macmillan, 1989. 17-35, 57, 151.
    • Patrick, Marietta S. “The Transformation Myth in Edgar Huntly.” Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 10 (1989): 360-371.

    1988

    • Budick, Emily Miller. “The Origins of American Historical Romance.” The Early Republic: the Making of a Nation, the Making of a Culture. Amsterdam: Free University Press, 1988. 299-305.
    • Clark, Michael. “Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland and Robert Proud's History of Pennsylvania.” Studies in the Novel 20 (1988): 239-248.
    • Grabo, Norman S. “Introduction.” Edgar Huntly or, Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker. New York: Penguin, 1988. vii - xxiii.
    • Hagenbuchle, Roland. “American Literature and the Nineteenth-Century Crisis in Epistemology: The Example of Charles Brockden Brown.” Early American Literature 23 (1988): 121-151.
    • Hale, Dorothy J. “Profits of Altruism: Caleb Williams and Arthur Mervyn.” Eighteenth-Century Studies 22 (1988): 47-69.
    • Larson, David M. “Arthur Mervyn, Edgar Huntly, and the Critics.” Essays in Literature 15 (1988): 207-219.
    • Newman, Robert D. “Indians and Indian-Hating in Edgar Huntly and The Confidence Man.” MELUS 15 (1988): 65-74.
    • Patterson, Mark. Authority, Autonomy, and Representation in American literature, 1776- 1865. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1988. 61-77, 157, 191.
    • Schaefermeyer, Mark J. “Charles Brockden Brown.” American Magazine Journalists, 1741-1850. Detroit: Gale, 1988. 21-28.
    • Seelye, John. “Charles Brockden Brown and Early American Fiction.” Columbia Literary History of the United States. Ed. Emory Elliott. Columbia University Press, 1988. 168-186.
    • Sullivan, Michael P. “Reconciliation and Subversion in Edgar Huntly.” American Transcendental Quarterly 2 (1988): 5-22.
    • Voloshin, Beverly Rose. “Edgar Huntly and the Coherence of the Self.” Early American Literature 23 (1988): 262-280.

    1987

    • Arner, Robert D. “Historical Essay.” Alcuin: A Dialogue and Memoirs of Stephen Calvert. The Novels and Related Works of Charles Brockden Brown Vol. VI. Eds. Sydney J. Krause, S. W. Reid, and Robert D. Arner. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1987. 273-312.
    • Barnard, Philip. Charles Brockden Brown: Early-Romantic Literature in the United States. Diss. State University of New York at Buffalo, 1987.
    • Bellis, Peter J. “Narrative Compulsion and Control in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly.” South Atlantic Review 52 (1987): 43-57.
    • Bennett, Maurice J. An American Tradition-Three Studies: Charles Brockden Brown, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Henry James. New York: Garland, 1987. 40-77, 78-115.
    • Broderick, Warren F. “Fiction Based on 'Well-Authenticated Facts' Documenting the Birth of the American Novel.” Hudson Valley Regional Review 4 (1987): 1-37.
    • Krause, Sydney J., S. W. Reid, and Robert D. Arner, eds. Alcuin: A Dialogue and Memoirs of Stephen Calvert. The Novels and Related Works of Charles Brockden Brown Vol. VI. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1987.
    • Lueck, Beth L. “Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly: The Picturesque Traveler as Sleepwalker.” Studies in American Fiction 15 (1987): 25-42.
    • McKinley, Virginia. “Rendering up 'the Tale of What We Are': Gothic Narrative Methods in Selected Novels of Godwin, Brown and Shelley.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 47.7 (January 1987): 2597A.
    • Monahan, Kathleen Nolan. “Brown's Arthur Mervyn and Ormond.” Explicator 45 (1987): 18-20.
    • Reid, S. W. “Textual Essay.” Alcuin: A Dialogue and Memoirs of Stephen Calvert. The Novels and Related Works of Charles Brockden Brown Vol. VI. Eds. Sydney J. Krause, S. W. Reid, and Robert D. Arner. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1987. 313-366.
    • Samuels, Shirley. “Infidelity and Contagion: The Rhetoric of Revolution.” Early American Literature 22 (1987): 183-191.
    • Seelye, John. “The Jacobin Mode in Early American Fiction: Gilbert Imlay's The Emigrants.” Early American Literature 22 (1987): 204-212.
    • Warchol, Tomasz. “Formal and Thematic Patterns in Edgar Huntly.” Ball State University Forum 28 (1987): 16-24.
    • Weber, Alfred. Somnambulism and Other Stories. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1987.

    1986

    • Berthold, Dennis. “Desacralizing the American Gothic: An Iconographic Approach to Edgar Huntly.” Studies in American Fiction 14.2 (Autumn 1986): 127-138.
    • Christophersen, Bill. “Picking Up the Knife: A Psycho-Historical Reading of Wieland.” American Studies 27.1 (Spring 1986): 115-126.
    • Cohen, Daniel A. “Arthur Mervyn and His Elders: The Ambivalence of Youth in the Early Republic.” The William and Mary Quarterly: A Magazine of Early American History and Culture 43.3 (July 1986): 362-380.
    • Elliott, Emory. Revolutionary Writers: Literature and Authority in the New Republic, 1725-1810. New York: Oxford University Press, 1986. 6-7, 11, 13, 15, 47-50, 65, 90, 192, 218-270, 273-275.
    • Krause, Sydney J., S. W. Reid, and Donald Ringe, eds. Clara Howard in a Series of Letters with Jane Talbot, a Novel. The Novels and Related Works of Charles Brockden Brown Vol. V. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1986.
    • Moses, Richard P. “The Quakerism of Charles Brockden Brown.” Quaker History 75.1 (Spring 1986): 12-25.
    • Patrick, Marietta S. “The Doppelganger Motif in Arthur Mervyn.” Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 7.1-2 (March 1986): 91-101.
    • Voloshin, Beverly Rose. “Wieland: 'Accounting for Appearances.'” New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 59.3 (September 1986): 341-357.

    1985

    • Cleman, John. “Charles Brockden Brown.” American Literary Critics and Scholars. Detroit: Gale, 1985. 26-35.
    • Christophersen, Bill. “'Father of the American Novel': Brockden Brown in the 80's.” Western Humanities Review 39.1 (Spring 1985): 77-85.
    • Green, Gary Lee. “The Language of Nightmare: A Theory of American Gothic Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 46.5 (November 1985): 1279A.
    • Pribek, Thomas. “A Note on 'Depravity' in Wieland.” Philological Quarterly 64.2 (Spring 1985): 273-279.
    • Rosenthal, Bernard. “Charles Brockden Brown.” American Writers of the Early Republic. Detroit, MI: Gale, 1985. 69-80.
    • Samuels, Shirley. “Plague and Politics in 1793: Arthur Mervyn.” Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 27.3 (Summer 1985): 225-246.
    • Tompkins, Jane. Sensational Designs: The Cultural Work of American Fiction, 1790-1860. New York: Oxford University Press, 1985. xii-xiii, xv, xvii, 30, 38, 40-61, 64, 67, 71-72, 79, 94-95, 119-120, 211-212.
    • Tutor, Jonathan C. “Disappointed Expectations: Artistic Strategy in Ormond.” Publications of the Mississippi Philological Association. 1985. 67-80.
    • Zorzi, Rosella Mamoli. “Introduzione.” Alcuin o il Paradiso delle Donne (1798-1815). Naples: Guida Editori, 1985. 5-30.

    1984

    • Berthold, Dennis. “Charles Brockden Brown, Edgar Huntly, and the Origins of the American Picturesque.” The William and Mary Quarterly: A Magazine of Early American History and Culture 41.1 (January 1984): 62-84.
    • Borghi, Liana. Dialogue in Utopia: Manners, Purpose and Structure in Three Feminist Works of the 1790s. Pisa, Italy: ETS, 1984. 5-60.
    • Ferguson, Robert A. Law and Letters in American Culture. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1984. 7, 71, 89-91, 93-95, 119, 129-149, 251-252.
    • Hardt, John Stephen. “The Darkening Garden: Paradisal Skepticism in American Fiction, Brown through Melville.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 45.2 (August 1984): 521A.
    • Hume, Beverly Ann. “The Framing of Evil: Romantic Visions and Revisions in American Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 44.12 (June 1984): 3685A.
    • Krause, Sydney J. “Historical Essay.” Edgar Huntly, or, Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker. The Novels and Related Works of Charles Brockden Brown Vol. IV. Eds. Sydney J. Krause and S. W. Reid. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1984. 295-400.
    • Krause, Sydney J., and S. W. Reid, eds. Edgar Huntly, or, Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker. The Novels and Related Works of Charles Brockden Brown Vol. IV. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1984.
    • Levine, Robert S. “Arthur Mervyn's Revolutions.” Studies in American Fiction 12.2 (Autumn 1984): 145-160.
    • Patrick, Marietta S. “Romantic Iconography in Wieland.” South Atlantic Review 49.4 (November 1984): 65-74.
    • Patrick, Marietta S. “Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond: A Psychological Portrait of Constantia Dudley.” Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 5.1-2 (March 1984): 112-128.
    • Sullivan, Michael P. “Reconciliation and Subversion in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 45.5 (November 1984): 1401A.
    • Tilton, Eleanor M. “In the Labyrinth of Charles Brockden Brown's Prose: The Bicentennial Edition.” Early American Literature 19.2 (Fall 1984): 191-208.
    • Van Broekhoven, Deborah Bingham. “Crisis in the Life of a Literary Patriot: Brockden Brown's Shift from Cosmopolitan to Chronicler.” The Psychohistory Review 12.2-3 (Winter 1984): 34-44.
    • Warchol, Tomasz. “A Study of the Fiction of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 45.6 (December 1984): 1755A.
    • Weldon, Roberta F. “Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland: A Family Tragedy.” Studies in American Fiction 12.1 (Spring 1984): 1-11.

    1983

    • Axelrod, Alan. An American Tale: Charles Brockden Brown. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1983.
    • Bennett, Maurice J. “Charles Brockden Brown's Ambivalence toward Art and Imagination.” Essays in Literature 10.1 (Spring 1983): 55-69.
    • Engell, John Frederick. “Brackenridge, Brown, Cooper, and the Roots of the American Novel.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 43.8 (February 1983): 2666A.
    • Fleischmann, Fritz. A Right View of the Subject: Feminism in the Works of Charles Brockden Brown and John Neal. Erlangen: Palm & Enke, 1983. 5-142.
    • Fussell, Edwin Sill. “Wieland: A Literary and Historical Reading.” Early American Literature 18.2 (Fall 1983): 171-186.
    • Slater, John F. “The Sleepwalker and the Great Awakening: Brown's Edgar Huntly and Jonathan Edwards.” Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 19.2 (Spring 1983): 199-217.
    • Steinberg, Paul Scott. “On the Brink of the Precipice: Madness in the Writings of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 43.8 (February 1983): 2671A.

    1982

    • Bennett, Maurice J. “A Portrait of the Artist in Eighteenth-Century America: Charles Brockden Brown's Memoirs of Stephen Calvert.” The William and Mary Quarterly: A Magazine of Early American History and Culture 39.3 (July 1982): 492-507.
    • Brown, SusanMarie Williams. “Villainy in Brockden Brown's Wieland and Arthur Mervyn: Structural Unity through the Development of Characters and Universal Themes.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 43.4 (October 1982): 1146A.
    • Engel, Leonard. “The Role of the Enclosure in the English and American Gothic Romance.” Essays in Arts and Sciences 11 (September 1982): 59-68.
    • Feeney S.J., Joseph J. “Modernized by 1800: The Portrait of Urban America, especially Philadelphia, in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” American Studies 23.2 (Fall 1982): 25-38.
    • Fleischmann, Fritz. “Charles Brockden Brown: Feminism in Fiction.” American Novelists Revisited: Essays in Feminist Criticism. Ed. Fritz Fleischmann. Boston: G.K. Hall & Company, 1982. 6-41.
    • Hesford, Walter. “'Do You Know the Author?' The Question of Authorship in Wieland.” Early American Literature 17.3 (Winter 1982): 239-248.
    • Krause, Sydney J. “Historical Notes.” Ormond, or, The Secret Witness. Bicentennial Edition. The Novels and Related Works of Charles Brockden Brown Vol. II. Eds. Sydney J. Krause, S. W. Reid, and Russell B. Nye. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1982. 295-341.
    • Krause, Sydney J., S. W. Reid, and Russell B. Nye, eds. Ormond, or, The Secret Witness. Bicentennial Edition. The Novels and Related Works of Charles Brockden Brown Vol. II. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 1982.
    • Kreyling, Michael. “Construing Brown's Wieland: Ambiguity and Derridean 'Freeplay'.” Studies in the Novel 14.1 (Spring 1982): 43-54.
    • Limon, John Keith. “Imagining Science: The Influence and Metamorphosis of Science in Charles Brockden Brown, Edgar Allan Poe, and Nathaniel Hawthorne.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 42.12 (June 1982): 5122A - 5123A.
    • Lindberg, Gary. The Confidence Man in American Literature. New York: Oxford University Press, 1982. 98-103, 105, 109, 134, 153, 186, 232, 253, 260, 312.
    • Monahan, Kathleen Nolan. “The Relationship between Character and Idea in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 42.7 (January 1982): 3159A.
    • Newman, Robert D. “Brown's Edgar Huntly.” Explicator 40.4 (Summer 1982): 25-26.
    • Nye, Russel B. “Historical Essay.” Ormond, or, The Secret Witness. Bicentennial Edition. The Novels and Related Works of Charles Brockden Brown Vol. II. Eds. Sydney J. Krause, S. W. Reid, and Russell B. Nye. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1982. 295-341.
    • Pitman, Janet D. “The Wilderness Experience in James Dickey's Deliverance and Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntley.” Ball State University Forum 23.3. Summer 1982. 73-80.
    • Ringe, Donald A. American Gothic: Imagination and Reason in Nineteenth-Century Fiction. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1982. 1-2, 8-9, 13, 17-18, 34-57, 62, 79, 80-81, 10-103, 107, 118-119, 121, 124, 129, 137, 147, 151, 154-155, 166, 179, 183-184, 189, 197, 199, 203.
    • Tucker, Amy. “John Singleton Copley and Charles Brockden Brown: Forerunners of American Artistic Tradition.” Mid-Hudson Language Studies 5 (1982): 63-70.

    1981

    • Baym, Nina. “A Minority Reading of Wieland.” Critical Essays on Charles Brockden Brown. Ed. Bernard Rosenthal. Boston: G.K. Hall & Company, 1981. 87-103.
    • Beaver, Harold. “The Heart's Extremes.” (London) Times Literary Supplement 4074. 1 May 1981. 490.
    • Bennett, Charles E. “Charles Brockden Brown: Man of Letters.” Critical Essays on Charles Brockden Brown. Ed. Bernard Rosenthal. Boston: G.K. Hall & Company, 1981. 212-223.
    • Bredahl, A. Carl. “The Two Portraits in Wieland.” Early American Literature 16.1 (Spring 1981): 54-59.
    • Carpenter, Charles A. “Selective Bibliography of Writings about Charles Brockden Brown.” Critical Essays on Charles Brockden Brown. Ed. Bernard Rosenthal. Boston: G.K. Hall & Company, 1981. 224-239.
    • Clark, Beverly Lyon. “Charles Brockden Brown's Contagious Unreliability.” International Fiction Review 8.2 (Summer 1981): 91-97.
    • Davidson, Cathy. “The Manner and Matter of Charles Brockden Brown's Alcuin.” Critical Essays on Charles Brockden Brown. Ed. Bernard Rosenthal. Boston: G.K. Hall & Company, 1981. 71-86.
    • Elliott, Emory. “Narrative Unity and Moral Resolution in Arthur Mervyn.” Critical Essays on Charles Brockden Brown. Ed. Bernard Rosenthal. Boston: G.K. Hall & Company, 1981. 142-163.
    • Grabo, Norman S. The Coincidental Art of Charles Brockden Brown. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1981.
    • Jordan, Cynthia S. “On Rereading Wieland: 'The Folly of Precipitate Conclusions'.” Early American Literature 16.2 (Fall 1981): 154-174.
    • Krause, Sydney J. “Edgar Huntly and the American Nightmare.” Studies in the Novel 13.3 (Fall 1981): 294-302.
    • Krause, Sydney J. “Clara Howard and Jane Talbot: Godwin on Trial.” Critical Essays on Charles Brockden Brown. Ed. Bernard Rosenthal. Boston: G.K. Hall & Company, 1981. 184-211.
    • Levine, Robert S. “Conspiracy Fears and the American Romance, 1789-1860.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 41.11 (May 1981): 4713A - 4714a.
    • Myers, Anne Caldwell. “The Novels of Charles Brockden Brown: A Rejection of Utopia.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 42.2 (August 1981): 704A - 705a.
    • Oliver, Lawrence James. “Kinesthetic Imagery and the Nightmare of Falling in the Fiction of Brown, Cooper, Poe, and Melville.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 42.1 (July 1981): 216A - 217A.
    • Person, Leland S. “'My Good Mamma': Women in Edgar Huntly and Arthur Mervyn.” Studies in American Fiction 9.1 (Spring 1981): 33-46.
    • Reid, S. W., and James F. Caccamo. “The States and Issues of Brown's Edgar Huntly.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 75.3 (1981): 326-339.
    • Rosenthal, Bernard. “The Voices of Wieland.” Critical Essays on Charles Brockden Brown. Ed. Bernard Rosenthal. Boston: G.K. Hall & Company, 1981. 104-125.
    • Rosenthal, Bernard, ed. Critical Essays on Charles Brockden Brown. Boston: G.K. Hall & Company, 1981.
    • Russo, James Richard. “'The Chimeras of the Brain': Clara's Narrative in Wieland.” Early American Literature 16.1 (Spring 1981): 60-88.
    • Scheick, William J. “The Problem of Origination in Brown's Ormond.” Critical Essays on Charles Brockden Brown. Ed. Bernard Rosenthal. Boston: G.K. Hall & Company, 1981. 126-141.
    • Spangler, George M. “C. B. Brown's Arthur Mervyn: A Portrait of the Young American Artist.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 52.4 (January 1981): 578-592.
    • Toles, George E. “Charting the Hidden Landscape: Edgar Huntly.” Early American Literature 16.2 (Fall 1981): 133-153.
    • Whittier, John Greenleaf. “Fanaticism.” Critical Essays on Charles Brockden Brown. Ed. Bernard Rosenthal. Boston: G.K. Hall & Company, 1981. 65-67.
    • Witherington, Paul. “'Not My Tongue Only': Form and Language in Brown's Edgar Huntly.” Critical Essays on Charles Brockden Brown. Ed. Bernard Rosenthal. Boston: G.K. Hall & Company, 1981. 164-183.
    • Young, Philip. “Born Decadent: The American Novel and Charles Brockden Brown.” The Southern Review 17.3 (July 1981): 501-519.

    1980

    • Axelrod, Alan David. “Charles Brockden Brown: An American Tale.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 40 (1980): 4033A.
    • Bennett, Charles E. “Charles Brockden Brown and the International Novel.” Studies in the Novel 12.1 (Spring 1980): 62-64.
    • Christophersen, Bill. “Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond: The Secret Witness as Ironic Motif.” Modern Language Studies 10.2 (Spring 1980): 37-41.
    • Cree, Charles George. “The Pastoral and the Theme of the Validity of Authorship in American Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 41.9 (1980): 4032A.
    • Ferguson, Robert A. “Literature and Vocation in the Early Republic: The Example of Charles Brockden Brown.” Modern Philology: A Journal Devoted to Research in Medieval and Modern Literature 78.2 (November 1980): 139-152.
    • Grabo, Norman S. “Historical Essay.” Arthur Mervyn, or, Memoirs of the Year 1793. The Novels and Related Works of Charles Brockden Brown Vol. III. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 1980. 447-475.
    • Krause, Sydney J., S. W. Reid, and Norman S. Grabo, eds. Arthur Mervyn, or, Memoirs of the Year 1793. First and Second Parts. The Novels and Related Works of Charles Brockden Brown Vol. III. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 1980.
    • Levine, Robert S. “Villainy and the Fear of Conspiracy in Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond.” Early American Literature 15 (1980): 124-140.
    • Lewis, Paul. “Beyond Mystery: Emergence from Delusion as a Pattern in Gothic Fiction.” Gothic 2 (1980): 7-13.
    • Micklus, Robert. “Charles Brockden Brown's Curiosity Shop.” Early American Literature 15 (1980): 172-187.
    • Patrick, Marietta S. “Romantic Iconography in Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 41 (1980): 675A.
    • Smith, Allan Gardner. The Analysis of Motives: Early American Psychology and Fiction. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1980.
    • Voloshin, Beverly Rose. “The Lockean Tradition in the Gothic Fiction of Brown, Poe, and Melville.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 40 (1980): 4047A.
    • Winston, Robert Paul. “From Farmer James to Natty Bumppo: The Frontier and the Early American Romance.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 40 (1980): 4601A.
    • Yarbrough, Stephen R. “The Tragedy of Isolation: Fictional Technique and Environmentalism in Wieland.” Studies in American Fiction 8 (1980): 98-105.
  • 1979

    • Beranger, Jean F. “A Psychoanalytical Approach to the Structure.” Proceedings of a Symposium on American Literature. Poznan: Uniw. Im. Adama Mickiewicza, 1979. 7-19.
    • Bonney, Agnes Mavis. “Artistic Uses of Supernaturalism in the Fiction of Brown, Irving, and Hawthorne.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 39 (1979): 4945A.
    • Brumm, Ursula. “Nature as Scene or Agent? Some Reflections on Its Role in the American Novel.” Vistas of a Continent: Concepts of Nature in America 136 (Winter 1979): 101-110.
    • Ferguson, Robert A. “Yellow Fever and Charles Brockden Brown: Context of the Emerging Novelist.” Early American Literature 14.3 (1979): 293-305.
    • Fujimoto, Yukio. “On C. B. Brown's Narrative Technique.” Hiroshima Studies in English Language and Literature 24 (1979): 43-52.
    • Krieg, Joann Peck. “Charles Brockden Brown and the Empire of Romance.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 40 (1979): 2682A.
    • Martinez, Inez Adel. “Charles Brockden Brown: Fictitious Historian.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 40 (1979): 3302A.
    • Russo, James Richard. “The Tangled Web of Deception and Imposture in Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond.” Early American Literature 14 (1979): 205-227.
    • Russo, James Richard. “The Chameleon of Convenient Vice: A Study of the Narrative of Arthur Mervyn.” Studies in the Novel 11 (1979): 381-405.

    1978

    • Bennett, Maurice J. “Charles Brockden Brown and the Question of Art: Ormond; or, The Secret Witness.” An American Tradition: Three Studies, Charles Brockden Brown, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry James. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1978. 78-115.
    • Bennett, Maurice J. The Consciousness of the Artist: Charles Brockden Brown, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Henry James. Diss. Harvard University, 1978.
    • Borchers, Hans. “Introduction.” Memoirs of Stephen Calvert. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1978. ix - xxvii.
    • Eitner, Walter H. “Samuel Miller's Nation 'Lately Become Literary': The Brief Retrospect in Brockden Brown's Monthly Magazine.” Early American Literature 13 (1978): 213-216.
    • Fujimoto, Yukio. “From Amusement to Quest - The Castle of Otranto and Edgar Huntley.” Chu-Shikoku Studies in American Literature 14 (1978): 61-70.
    • Granger, Bruce. American Essay Serials from Franklin to Irving. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1978. 4, 213, 228-229, 233, 254.
    • Kinslow, Kenneth Joseph. “Quaker Doctrines and Ideas in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 39 (1978): 2938A.
    • Krause, Sydney J. “Ormond: How Rapidly and How Well 'Composed, Arranged and Delivered'.” Early American Literature 13 (Winter 1978): 238-249.
    • Krause, Sydney J., and S. W. Reid. “Introduction.” Wieland, or, the Transformation. An American Tale and Carwin the Biloquist. Eds. Sydney J. Krause, S. W. Reid, and Alexander Cowie. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1978. vii - xxv.
    • Seltzer, Mark. “Saying Makes It So: Language and Event in Brown's Wieland.” Early American Literature 13 (1978): 81-91.

    1977

    • Limprecht, Nancy Silverman. “Repudiating the Self-Justifying Fiction: C. B. Brown, N. Hawthorne, and H. Melville as Anti-Romancers.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 39 (1977): 886A.
    • Bennett, Charles E. “A Poetical Correspondence among Elihu Hubbard Smith, Joseph Bringhurst, Jr., and Charles Brockden Brown in The Gazette of the United States.” Early American Literature 12 (Winter 1977): 277-285.
    • Bredahl, A. Carl. “Transformation in Wieland.” Early American Literature 12 (Fall 1977): 177-192.
    • Christensen, Peter J. “The First Locked-Room Mystery? Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Armchair Detective: A Quarterly Journal Devoted to the Areciation of Mystery, Detective, and Suspense Fiction 10 (1977): 368-369.
    • Fiedler, Leslie. “Charles Brockden Brown and the Invention of the American Gothic.” Amerikanische Roman des 19. Jahrhunderts. Ed. Martin Christadler. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1977. 1-40.
    • Gilmore, Michael T. The Middle Way: Puritanism and Ideology in American Romantic Fiction. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1977. 80, 91, 92, 96, 166.
    • Gilmore, Michael T. “Calvinism and Gothicism: The Example of Brown's Wieland.” Studies in the Novel 98 (Summer 1977): 107-118.
    • Krause, Sydney J., S. W. Reid, and Alexander Cowie, eds. Wieland, or, The Transformation: An American Tale. Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist. The Novels and Related Works of Charles Brockden Brown Vol. I. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1977.
    • Lewis, Paul. “Fearful Questions, Fearful Answers: The Intellectual Functions of Gothic Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 38 (1977): 2791A - 2792A.
    • Reid, S. W. “'Don Manuel' and Its Ascription to Charles Brockden Brown.” Resources for American Literary Study. 1977. 177-181.
    • Reid, S. W. “The Earliest Reposit = 'Replace'?” American Notes & Queries 15 (1977): 86-87.
    • Robbins, J. Albert. American Literary Manuscripts: A Checklist of Holdings in Academic, Historical, and Public Libraries, Museums, and Authors' homes in the United States. Second edition. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1977. 43.
    • Shelden, Pamela J. “The Shock of Ambiguity: Brockden Brown's Wieland and the Gothic Tradition.” DeKalb Literary Arts Journal 10.4 (1977): 17-26.
    • Toles, George E. “The Darkening Window: Four Problematic American Novels.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 37 (1977): 4378A.
    • Unali, Lina. “Proiezione dell'io in una fittizia autobiografia del '700,' Memoirs of Carwin, the Biloquist, e la Metafora del biloquismo.” Timestre 10 (1977): 45-65.
    • Ward, William S. “American authors and British Reviews 1798-1826. A Bibliography.” American Literature 49 (March 1977): 1-21.

    1976

    • Bennett, Charles E. “The Letters of Charles Brockden Brown: An Annotated Census.” Resources for American Literary Study. 1976. 164-190.
    • Butler, Michael D. “Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland: Method and Meaning.” Studies in American Fiction 4 (1976): 127-142.
    • Cok, Georgette Weber. “The Allegorical Mode in American Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 36 (1976): 8056A - 8057A.
    • Cowie, Alexander. “Historical Essay.” Wieland, or, the Transformation. An American Tale and Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1976. 311-348.
    • Craft, Commodore. “A Study of the Interaction of Good and Evil in the Four Major Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 37 (1976): 6483A.
    • DiMaggio, Richard S. “The Tradition of the American Gothic Novel.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 37 (1976): 307A.
    • Hedin, Raymond William. “The First-Person Narratives of Crevecoeur, Franklin, and Brown: Versions of the Nature and Fate of the Self in America.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 36 (1976): 6099A.
    • Hoekstra, EllenLouise Jarvis. “The Characterization of Women in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 36 (1976): 8059A.
    • Hoekstra, EllenLouise Jarvis. The Characterization of Women in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown. Diss. Michigan State University, 1976.
    • McAlexander, Patricia J. “Arthur Mervyn and the Sentimental Love Tradition.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 9.2 (1976): 31-41.
    • Reid, S. W. “Textual Essay.” Wieland, or, the Transformation. An American Tale and Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist. Eds. Sydney J. Krause, S. W. Reid, and Alexander Cowie. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1976. 349-367.
    • Schechter, Harold George. “The Mysterious Way: Individuation in American Literature.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 36 (1976): 6691A.
    • Silverman, Kenneth. A Cultural History of the American Revolution: Painting, Music, Literature, and the Theatre in the Colonies and the United States from the Treaty of Paris to the Inauguration of George Washington, 1763-1789. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1976. 490, 589.
    • Simpson, Lewis P. “The Symbolism of Literary Alienation in the Revolutionary Age.” The Journal of Politics 200 Years of the Republic in Retrospect: A Special Bicentennial Issue 38.3 (August 1976): 79-100.
    • Slanina, Ann Margaret. “The Development of Charles Brockden Brown's Literary Ideas: A Study of His Major Novels.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 37 (1976): 2187A.
    • Stout, Janis P. Sodoms in Eden: The City in American Fiction before 1800. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1976. 9, 24-25, 31, 39, 44-50, 63, 68.
    • Witherington, Paul. “Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond: The American Artist and His Masquerades.” Studies in American Fiction 4 (1976): 111-119.

    1975

    • Alderson, Evan. “To Reconcile with Common Maxims: Edgar Huntly's Ruses.” Pacific Coast Philology 10 (1975): 5-9.
    • Barnett, Louise K. “The Ignoble Savage. American Literary Racism, 1790-1890.” Contributions to American Studies. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1975. 25, 59, 60, 68, 69, 127.
    • Beidler, Philip Douglas. “The Parabolic Design: Self Conscious Form in American Narrative.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 35 (1975): 4498A.
    • Bennett, Charles E. “Introduction.” The Life of Charles Brockden Brown. Delmar, New York: Scholars' Facsimiles and Reprints, 1975. v - xxii.
    • Cleman, John. “Ambiguous Evil: A Study of Villains and Heroes in Charles Brockden Brown's Major Novels.” Early American Literature 10.2 (1975): 190-219.
    • Franklin, Wayne. “Tragedy and Comedy in Brown's Wieland.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 8.2 (Winter 1975): 147-163.
    • Hartley, Dean Wilson. “The Provincial Hero: Studies in the American Consciousness (1799-1970).” Dissertation Abstracts International 35 (1975): 6714A - 6715A.
    • Hobson, Robert W. “Voices of Carwin and Other Mysteries in Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Early American Literature 10.3 (1975): 307-309.
    • Kirby, David K., comp. American Fiction to 1900: A Guide to Information Sources. Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1975. 6, 13, 17, 37-42.
    • Kolodny, Annette. The Lay of the Land. Metaphor as Experience and History in American Life and Letters. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1975. 68, 168.
    • Krause, Sydney J. “Romanticism in Wieland: Brown and the Reconciliation of Opposites.” Artful Thunder: Versions of the Romantic Tradition in American Literature in Honor of Howard P. Vincent. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1975. 13-24.
    • Monteser, Frederic. The Picaresque Element in Western Literature. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1975. 75, 108.
    • Nelson, Carl W. “A Method for Madness: The Symbolic Patterns in Arthur Mervyn.” West Virginia University Philological Papers 22 (1975): 29-50.
    • Reid, S. W. “Charles Brockden Brown's Copy of Johnson's Dictionary (1783).” Serif 11.4 (1975): 12-20.
    • Ridgely, Joseph V. “The Empty World of Wieland.” Individual and Community: Variations on a Theme in American Fiction. Durham: Duke University Press, 1975. 3-16.
    • Smith, Allan Gardner. “Nineteenth-Century Psychology in the Fiction of Charles Brockden Brown, Edgar Allan Poe and Nathaniel Hawthorne.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 35 (1975): 7880A.
    • Tomlinson, David Otis. “Women in the Writing of Charles Brockden Brown: A Study in the Development of an Author's Thought.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 35 (1975): 5431A.
    • Vella, Michael Wayne. “Inner Vision and Society in the American Novel.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 35 (1975): 6685A.

    1974

    • Bell, Michael D. “'The Double-Tongued Deceiver': Sincerity and Duplicity in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Early American Literature 9 (1974): 143-163.
    • Bennett, Charles E. “The Charles Brockden Brown Canon.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 35 (1974): 3670A.
    • Butler, David L. “A Study of the Literary Style of the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 34 (1974): 3093A.
    • Davis, Elizabeth Aldrich. “The Spirit of the Letter: Richardson and the Early American Novel: A Study in the Evolution of Form.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 34 (1974): 7185A - 7186A.
    • Ernest, Earnest. The American Eve in Fact and Fiction, 1775- 1914. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1974. 31-34.
    • Ferguson, Robert A. “Charles Brockden Brown: The Vocational Dilemma of America's First Major Novelist.” The Legal Mind in Early American Literature. Diss. Harvard University, 1974.
    • Hamilton, Wynette L. “The Correlation between Societal Attitudes and Those of American Authors in the Depiction of American Indians, 1607-1860.” American Indian Quarterly 1 (1974): 9-11.
    • Hedges, William L. “Charles Brockden Brown and the Culture of Contradictions.” Early American Literature 9 (1974): 107-142.
    • Ketterer, David. “The Transformed World of Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” New Worlds for Old: The Apocalyptic Imagination, Science Fiction, and American Literature. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1974. 8, 35-36, 163, 167-181, 263.
    • McAlexander, Patricia J. “Sexual Morality in the Fiction of Charles Brockden Brown: Index to a Personal and Cultural Debate Regarding Passion and Reason.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 34 (1974): 6597A.
    • McCay, MaryAnn D. “Women in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown: A Study.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 35 (1974): 3692A.
    • Porte, Joel. “In the Hands of an Angry God: Religious Terror in Gothic Fiction.” The Gothic Imagination: Essays in Dark Romanticism. Ed. G. R. Thompson. Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press, 1974. 42-64.
    • Raneri, Marietta R. “The Self Behind the Self: The Americanization of the Gothic.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 34 (1974): 5200A.
    • Reid, S. W. “Brockden Brown in England: Notes on Henry Colburn's 1822 Editions of His Novels.” Early American Literature 9.2 (1974): 188-195.
    • Rodgers, Paul C. “Brown's Ormond: The Fruits of Improvisation.” American Quarterly 26.1 (March 1974): 4-22.
    • Shelden, Pamela J. “American Gothicism: The Evolution of a Mode.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 35 (1974): 1634A.
    • Soldati, Joseph A. “The Americanization of Faust: A Study of Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 74 (1974): 1-14.
    • Tillinghast, Charles Allen. The Early American Novel: A Critical Revaluation. Diss. Syracuse University, 1974.
    • Weidman, Bette S. “White Men's Red Man: A Penitential Reading of Four American Novels.” Modern Language Studies 4.2 (1974): 14-26.
    • Wilson, James D. “Incest and American Romantic Fiction.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 7 (Spring 1974): 31-50.
    • Witherington, Paul. “Brockden Brown's Other Novels: Clara Howard and Jane Talbot.” Nineteenth-Century Fiction 29.3 (December 1974): 257-272.
    • Witherington, Paul. “Charles Brockden Brown: A Bibliographical Essay.” Early American Literature 9 (1974): 164-187.

    1973

    • Brooks, Cleanth, W. B. Lewis, and Robert Penn Warren. American Literature: The Makers and the Making. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1973. 226-230, 356.
    • Brown, Herbert. “Charles Brockden Brown's 'The Story of Julius': Rousseau and Richardson 'Improved'.” Essays Mostly on Periodical Publishing in America: A Collection in Honor of Clarence Gohdes. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1973. 35-53.
    • Davidson, Marshall B. The American Heritage History of the Writers' America. New York: American Heritage Publishing Company McGraw Hill, 1973. 76.
    • Green, Martin. “The God that Neglected to Come: American Literature 1780-1820.” American Literature to 1900. Ed. Marcus Cunliffe. London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1973. 93-95.
    • Hedges, William L. “Benjamin Rush, Charles Brockden Brown, and the American Plague Year.” Early American Literature 7 (1973): 295-311.
    • Hughes, Philip R. “Archetypal Patterns in Edgar Huntly.” Studies in the Novel 5 (1973): 176-190.
    • Jenkins, R. B. “Invulnerable Virtue in Wieland and Comus.” South Atlantic Bulletin: A Quarterly Journal Devoted to Research and Teaching in the Modern Languages and Literatures 38.2 (1973): 72-75.
    • Krause, Sydney J. “Ormond: Seduction in a New Key.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 44.4 (January 1973): 570-584.
    • Larson, David M. “The Man of Feeling in America: A Study of Major American Writers' Attitudes Toward Benevolent Ethics and Behavior.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 34 (1973): 2568A.
    • Nelson, Carl W. “A Just Reading of Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond.” Early American Literature 8 (1973): 163-178.
    • Nelson, Carl W. “Brown's Manichaean Mock-Heroic: The Ironic Self in a Hyperbolic World.” West Virginia University Philological Papers 20 (1973): 26-42.
    • Rice, Nancy. “Hermitage: Alcuin.” Massachusetts Review: A Quarterly of Literature, the Arts and Public Affairs 14 (Autumn 1973): 802-814.
    • Ringe, Donald A. “Early American Gothic: Brown, Dana and Allston.” American Transcendental Quarterly: A Journal of New England Writers 19 (1973): 3-8.
    • Rose, Harriet. “The First-Person Narrator as Artist in the Works of Charles Brockden Brown, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Henry James.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 33 (1973): 6373A.
    • Slotkin, Richard. Regeneration through Violence. The Mythology of the American Frontier, 1600-1860. Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 1973. 95, 206, 256, 308, 324, 350, 372-373, 382-390, 393.
    • Smith, Elihu Hubbard. The Diary of Elihu Hubbard Smith. Ed. James E. Cronin. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, passim, 1973. xi.
    • Stineback, David, ed. Edgar Huntly, or, Memoirs of a Sleepwalker. New Haven, Connecticut: College & University Press, 1973.

    1972

    • Harap, Louis. “Fracture of a Stereotype: Charles Brockden Brown's Achsa Fielding.” American Jewish Archives 24 (November 1972): 187-195.
    • Hume, Robert D. “Charles Brockden Brown and the Use of Gothicism: A Reassessment.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 66 (1972): 10-18.
    • Ringe, Donald A. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Major Writers of Early American Literature. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1972. 273-294.
    • Rose, Alan H. “Sin and the City: The Uses of Disorder in the Urban Novel.” Centennial Review 16 (1972): 203-220.
    • Schneider, Evelyn S. “I. Glories and Glow-Worms: A Study of the Juxtaposition of Opposites in Three Plays by John Webster. II. The Changing Image of Charles Brockden Brown as Seen by American Critics from 1815 to the Present. III. Action, Motion and Being: The Technique of Kinesis in the Poems of E.E. Cummings.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 32 (1972): 6943A.
    • Soldati, Joseph A. “Configurations of Faust: Three Studies in the Gothic (1798-1820).” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 32 (1972): 6945A.
    • Tebbel, John. A History of Book Publishing in the United States. 1: The Creation of an Industry 1630-1865. New York and London: R.R. Bowker, 1972. 106, 133, 385, 538.
    • Tichi, Cecelia. “Charles Brockden Brown, Translator.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 44.1 (March 1972): 1-12.
    • Weber, Alfred. “Charles Brockden Browns Theorie der Geschichtsschreibung und des Romans.” Geschichte und Fiktion: Amerikanische Prosa im 19. Jahrhundert/History and Fiction: American Prose in the 19th Century. Göttingen, Germany: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1972. 15-41.
    • Witherington, Paul. “Benevolence and the 'Utmost Stretch': Charles Brockden Brown's Narrative Dilemma.” Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 14 (Spring 1972): 175-191.

    1971

    • Bernard, Kenneth. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Minor American Novelists. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1971. 1-9.
    • Cicardo, Barbara Joan. “The Mystery of the American Eve: Alienation of the Feminine as a Tragic Theme in American Letters.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 32 (1971): 911A.
    • Cunningham, Judith A. “Charles Brockden Brown's Pursuit of a Realistic Feminism: A Study of His Writings as a Contribution to the Growth of Women's Rights in America.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 32 (1971): 4558A.
    • Edwards, Lee R. “Afterword.” Alcuin: A Dialogue. New York: Grossman Publishers, 1971. 92-104.
    • Fleck, Richard F. “Symbolic Landscapes in Edgar Huntly.” Research Studies 39 (1971): 229-232.
    • Hirsh, David H. “Brown: Ideas and Ideologies.” Reality and Idea in the Early American Novel. The Hague: Mouton, 1971. 74-100.
    • Katz, Joseph. “Analytical Bibliography and Literary History: The Writing and Printing of Wieland.” Proof: Yearbook of American Bibliographical and Textual Studies. 1971. 8-34.
    • Lyttle, David. “The Case against Carwin.” Nineteenth-Century Fiction 26.3 (December 1971): 257-269.
    • Nelson, Carl W. “The Novels of Charles Brockden Brown: Irony and Illusion.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 32 (1971): 392A.
    • Petter, Henri. The Early American Novel. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1971. 174-177, 192-196 - 333-360.
    • Schulz, Dieter. “Edgar Huntly as Quest Romance.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 43.3 (November 1971): 323-335.
    • Tricomi, Elizabeth T. “The Search for Knowledge in the Major Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 31 (1971): 5430A.
    • Ward, William S. “Charles Brockden Brown, His Contemporary British Reviewers, and Two Minor Bibliographical Problems.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 65 (1971): 399-402.
    • Wyss, Hal H. “Involuntary Evil in the Fiction of Brown, Cooper, Poe, Hawthorne, and Melville.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 32 (1971): 1489A.

    1970

    • Bennett, Charles E. “Charles Brockden Brown's 'Portrait of an Emigrant'.” College Language Association Journal 14 (1970): 87-90.
    • Brancaccio, Patrick. “Studied Ambiguities: Arthur Mervyn and the Problem of the Unreliable Narrator.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 42.1 (March 1970): 18-27.
    • Justus, James H. “Arthur Mervyn, American.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 42.3 (November 1970): 304-324.
    • Kable, William S. “Introduction.” Three Early American Novels. Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill Company, 1970. 8-14.
    • Nye, Russel B. American Literary History: 1607-1830. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1970. 55, 185-187, 193, 209, 213, 218, 238, 241-244.
    • Pridgeon, Charles Taylor. “Insanity in American Fiction from Charles Brockden Brown to Oliver Wendell Holmes.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 31 (1970): 1766A.
    • Rainer, Jacob. Charles Brockden Browns Romantheorie. Diss. Zulassungsarbeit zur Wissenschaftlichen Prufung fur das Lehramt an Gymnasien, 1970.
    • Schulz, Max F. “Brockden Brown: An Early Casualty of the American Experience.” Americana-Austriaca: Beitrage zur Amerikakunde. Vienna: W. Braumuller, 1970. 81-90.
  • 1969

    • Cairns, William B. A History of American Literature. New York and London: Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1969. 210.
    • Greiner, Donald J. “Brown's Use of the Narrator in Wieland: An Indirect Plea for the Acceptance of Fiction.” College Language Association Journal 13 (1969): 131-136.
    • Longtin, Ray C. “Charles Brockden Brown.” The Critical Temper; a Survey of Modern Criticism on English and American Literature. From the Beginning to the Twentieth Century. Ed. Martin Tucker. New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Company, 1969. 238-243.
    • Mulqueen, James E. “The Plea for a Deistic Education in Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Ball State University Forum 10.2 (1969): 70-77.
    • Ullmer, R. John. “The Quaker Influence in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 30 (1969): 1577A - 1578A.
    • Van der Beets, Richard, and Paul Witherington. “My Kinsman, Brockden Brown: Robin Molineux and Arthur Mervyn.” American Transcendental Quarterly: A Journal of New England Writers 1 (1969): 13-15.
    • Woodberry, George Edward. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Literary Memoirs of the Nineteenth Century. Port Washington, New York: Kennikat Press, 1969. 275-282.

    1968

    • Charvat, William. The Profession of Authorship in America. Ed. Matthew Bruccolo. Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 1968. 24-28.
    • Christadler, Martin. “Charles Brockden Brown (1771-1810).” Der Amerikanische Essay 1720-1820 (1968): 223-237.
    • Frank, Frederick S. “Perverse Pilgrimage: The Role of the Gothic in the Works of Charles Brockden Brown, Edgar Allan Poe, and Nathaniel Hawthorne.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 29 (1968): 1866A - 1867A.
    • Frank, Frederick S. Perverse Pilgrimage: The Role of the Gothic in the Works of Charles Brockden Brown, Edgar Allan Poe, and Nathaniel Hawthorne. Rutgers University, 1968. 163-288.
    • Free, William J. The Columbian Magazine and American Literary Nationalism. The Hague and Paris: Mouton, 1968. 25-26, 35-38, 45-47, 90, 99-101, 118, 123, 149.
    • Grove, James Leland. Visions and Revisions: A Study of the Obtuse Narrator in American Fiction from Brockden Brown to Faulkner. Diss. Harvard University, 1968.
    • Hare, Robert Rigby. “Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond: The Influence of Rousseau, Godwin, and Mary Wollstonecraft.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 28 (1968): 4599A.
    • Hemenway, Robert E. “Fiction in the Age of Jefferson: the Early American Novel as Intellectual Document.” Midcontinent American Studies Journal 9 (Spring 1968): 91-102.
    • Hemenway, Robert E. “Brockden Brown's Twice Told Insanity Tale.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 40 (1968): 211-215.
    • Hilton, William C. “The Triumph of the Conservative Unconscious in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 29 (1968): 230A.
    • Holt, Charles Clinton. “Short Fiction in American Periodicals: 1775-1825.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 28 (1968): 4131A - 4132a.
    • Holt, Charles Clinton. Short Fiction in American Periodicals: 1775-1825. Diss. Auburn University, 1968.
    • Kettler, Robert Ronald. The Eighteenth Century Novel: The Beginning of a Fictional Tradition. Diss. Purdue University, 1968.
    • Krause, Sydney J. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Center for Editions of American Authors Newsletter 1. 1968. 13-14.
    • Martin, John S. “Rhetoric, Society and Literature in the Age of Jefferson.” Midcontinent American Studies Journal 9.1 (Spring 1968): 77-90.
    • Pease, Marilyn T. “The Novels of Charles Brockden Brown: Studies in the Rise of Consciousness.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 28 (1968): 4140A.
    • Redekop, Ernest. “The Redmen: Some Representations of Indians in American Literature before the Civil War.” Canadian Association of American Studies Bulletin. Winter 1968. 6-9.
    • Strozier, Robert. “Wieland and Other Romances: Horror in Parentheses.” Emerson Society Quarterly: A Journal of the American Renaissance 50.1 (1968): 24-29.
    • Wager, Willis. American Literature. A World View. New York and London: New York University Press, and University of London Press, 1968. 39, 46, 53-56, 60, 129.

    1967

    • Bernard, Kenneth. “Edgar Huntly: Charles Brockden Brown's Unsolved Murder.” Library Chronicle 33 (1967): 30-53.
    • Hare, Robert Rigby. Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond: The Influence of Rousseau, Godwin, and Wollstonecraft. Diss. University of Maryland, 1967.
    • Hemenway, Robert E. “Charles Brockden Brown's Law Study: Some New Documents.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 39 (1967): 199-204.
    • Hemenway, Robert E. “The Novels of Charles Brockden Brown: A Critical Study.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 28 (1967): 676A.
    • Kimball, Arthur G. “Savages and Savagism: Brockden Brown's Dramatic Irony.” Studies in Romanticism 6 (1967): 214-225.
    • Kirkham, E. Bruce. “A Note on Wieland.” American Notes and Queries 5.6 (1967): 86-87.
    • Lasser, Michael L. “Elihu Smith's All-American Anthology.” Journal of the Rutgers University Library 31 (1967): 14, 15.

    1966

    • Aldridge, A. Owen. “Charles Brockden Brown's Poem on Benjamin Franklin.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 38 (1966): 230-235.
    • Berthoff, Warner. “Brockden Brown: The Politics of the Man of Letters.” The Serif. Kent State University Library Quarterly 3 (December 1966): 3-11.
    • Clark, David Lee. Charles Brockden Brown: Pioneer Voice of America. New York: AMS Press, Inc., 1966.
    • Franklin, H. Bruce. Future Perfect. American Science Fiction of the Nineteenth Century. New York: Oxford University Press, 1966. x.
    • Garrow, Scott. “Character Transformation in Wieland.” Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 4 (1966): 308-318.
    • Gorlier, Claudio. “Due classici dissepolti: Wieland e Clarel.” L'Approdo letterario: rivista trimestrale di lettere e arte 12.33 (1966): 125-131.
    • Hemenway, Robert E. “Daniel Edwards Kennedy's Manuscript Biography of Charles Brockden Brown.” Serif 3.4 (1966): 16-18.
    • Hemenway, Robert E., and Dean H. Keller. “Charles Brockden Brown: America's First Important Novelist: A Check List of Biography and Criticism.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 60 (1966): 349-362.
    • Krause, Sydney J., and Jane Nieset. “A Census of the Works of Charles Brockden Brown.” Serif 3.4 (1966): 27-55.
    • Ricks, Christopher. “Chamber of Horrors.” The New Statesman 71 (11 March 1966): 339-340.
    • Ringe, Donald A. Charles Brockden Brown. New York: Twayne, 1966.
    • Shapiro, Morton. “Sentimentalism in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 27 (1966): 1384A - 1385a.
    • Stoddard, Roger E. “Daniel Edwards Kennedy, a Forgotten Collector of Charles Brockden Brown and Early American Literature.” Serif 3.4 (1966): 11-16.
    • Witherington, Paul. “Image and Idea in Wieland and Edgar Huntly.” The Serif: Kent State University Library Quarterly 3.4 (1966): 19-26.

    1965

    • Bernard, Kenneth. “Arthur Mervyn: The Ordeal of Innocence.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language: A Journal of the Humanities 6 (1965): 441-459.
    • Bulgheroni, Marisa. La Tentazione della Chimera. Charles Brockden Brown e le Origin de Romanzo Americano. Bibliotec di Studi Americani. Roma: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 1965. 273.
    • Flanders, Jane Townend. “Charles Brockden Brown and William Godwin: Parallels and Divergences.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 26 (1965): 3334-3335.
    • Hirsh, David H. “Charles Brockden Brown as a Novelist of Ideas.” Books at Brown 20. 1965. 165-184.
    • Hough, Robert L. Literary Criticism of Edgar Allan Poe. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1965. 130-131.
    • Kimball, Arthur G. Rational Fictions: A Study of Charles Brockden Brown. McMinnville, OR: Linfield Research Institute, 1965.
    • Levine, Paul. “The American Novel Begins.” The American Scholar 35 (Winter 1965): 134-148.
    • Martin, John S. “Social and Intellectual Patterns in the Thought of Cadwallader Colden, Benjamin Thompson (Count Rumford), Thomas Cooper, Fisher Ames, Timothy Dwight, David Humphreys, Benjamin Silliman, and Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 26 (1965): 3343.
    • Spiller, Robert E. “New Wine in Old Bottles.” The Third Dimension: Studies in Literary History. New York: Macmillan Company, 1965. 22, 73, 85-87.

    1964

    • Bernard, Kenneth. “Charles Brockden Brown and the Sublime.” Personalist: An International Review of Philosophy 45 (1964): 235-249.
    • Bulgheroni, Marisa. “Charles Brockden Brown tra il romanzo e la storia.” Studi Americani 10 (1964): 57-69.
    • Craft, Harvey Milton. “The Opposition of Mechanistic and Organic Thought in the Major Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 25 (1964): 5926.
    • Davies, Rosemary Reeves. “Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond: A Possible Influence upon Shelley's Conduct.” Philological Quarterly 43 (1964): 133-137.
    • Davis, Richard Beale. Intellectual Life in Jefferson's Virginia 1790-1830. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1964. 78, 114.
    • Hayne, Barrie Stewart. “The Rhapsodist: Charles Brockden Brown.” The Divided Self: The Alter Ego as Theme and Device in Charles Brockden Brown, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Henry James. Diss. Harvard University, 1964.
    • Witherington, Paul. “Narrative Technique in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 25 (1964): 2992.

    1963

    • Abel, Darrel. American Literature. Volume 1: Colonial and Early National Writing. Woodbury, New York: Barron's Educational Series, 1963. 294-313.
    • Manly, William M. “The Importance of Point of View in Brockden Brown's Wieland.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 35.3 (November 1963): 311-321.
    • Weber, Alfred. “Eine neu entdeckte Kurzgeschichte C. B. Browns.” Jahrbuch für Amerikastudien 8 (1963): 280-296.

    1962

    • Bernard, Kenneth. “The Novels of Charles Brockden Brown: Studies in Meaning.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 23 (1962): 1008.
    • Berthoff, Warner. “Introduction.” Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1962. vii - xxi.
    • Herzberg, Max J. “Charles Brockden Brown.” The Reader's Encyclopedia of American Literature. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1962. 114-115.
    • Wiley, Elizabeth. “Four Strange Cases.” Dickensian 58 (1962): 120-125.
    • Ziff, Larzer. “A Reading of Wieland.” Publication of the Modern Language Association: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 77.1 (March 1962): 51-57.

    1961

    • Coyle, James John. “The Problem of Evil in the Major Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 21 (1961): 3780.
    • Gerstenberger, Donna, and George Hendrick. The American Novel 1789-1959. A Checklist of Twentieth-Century Criticism. Denver: Alan Swallow, 1961. 30-32.
    • Prescott, William H. The Literary Memoranda of W. H. Prescott. Ed. C. Harvey Gardiner. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1961. 163-164.
    • Spiller, Robert E. “The American Literary Dilemma and Edgar Allan Poe.” The Great Experiment in American Literature: Six Lectures. Ed. Carl Bode. London: Heinemann, 1961. 10-11.
    • Weber, Alfred. “Essays und Rezensionen von Charles Brockden Brown.” Jahrbuch für Amerikastudien 6 (1961): 168-330.

    1960

    • Fiedler, Leslie. Love and Death in the American Novel. New York: Criterion Books, 1960. xi, xxii, xxiv, xxvii, 44, 67, 73-80, 90, 121, 125, 126, 129-148, 149, 152, 162, 171, 192, 194, 235, 280-281, 287.
    • Howard, Leon. Literature and the American Tradition. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, 1960. 86.
    • Jones, Joseph, et al. American Literary Manuscripts. A Checklist of Holdings in Academic, Historical and Public Libraries in the United States. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1960. 51-52.
    • Nye, Russel B. The Cultural Life of the New Nation, 1776-1830. The New American Nation Series. Eds. Henry Steele Commager, and Richard B. Morris. New York: Harper & Row, 1960. 244.
  • 1959

    • Martin, Harold C. “The Development of Style in 19th Century American Fiction.” Style in Prose Fiction. English Institute Essays. Ed. H. C. Martin. New York: Columbia University Press, 1959. 126.

    1958

    • Berthoff, Warner. “'A Lesson on Concealment': Brockden Brown's Method in Fiction.” Philological Quarterly 37 (1958): 45-57.
    • Greene, John C. “Science and the Public in the Age of Jefferson.” Isis 49 (1958): 13-28.
    • Keats, John. Letters of John Keats. Ed. Hyder Rollins. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1958. 173.
    • Levin, Harry. The Power of Blackness: Hawthorne, Poe, Melville. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1958. 21-22, 137.
    • Preu, James A. “The Tale of Terror.” The English Journal 47 (May 1958): 243-247.
    • Riese, Teut. Das englische Erbe in der amerikanischen Literatur: Studien zur Entstehungsgeschichte des amerikanischen Selbstbewusstseins im Zeitalter Washingtons und Jeffersons Bochum. Germany: Heinrich Poppinghaus, 1958.
    • Varma, Devendra. The Gothic Flame, Being a History of the Gothic Novel in England: its Origins, Efflorescence, Disintegration, and Residuary Influences. London: Arthur Baker, Ltd., 1958. 139, 203.

    1957

    • Berthoff, Warner. “Adventures of the Young Man: An Approach to Charles Brockden Brown.” American Quarterly 9 (Winter 1957): 421-434.
    • Chase, Richard. “Brockden Brown's Melodrama.” The American Novel and Its Tradition. New York: Doubleday and Company, 1957. 29-42.
    • Chase, Richard. The American Novel and Its Tradition. New York: Doubleday and Company, 1957.
    • Davis, David Brion. Homicide in American Fiction, 1798-1860: A Study in Social Values. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1957. 39, 49-52, 87-100, 127-28, 131-32, 157-58, 227.
    • Echeverria, Durand. Mirage in the West. A History of the French Image of American Society to 1815. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1957. 233.
    • Miller, Raymond A. “Representative Tragic Heroines in the Work of Brown, Hawthorne, Howells, James, and Dreiser.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 17 (1957): 2612-2613.
    • Pochmann, Henry A. German Culture in America: Philosophical and Literary Influences 1600-1900. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1957. 49, 62, 328, 359-362, 364, 692-694.
    • Spencer, Benjamin T. The Quest for Nationality. An American Literary Campaign. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1957. 30-31, 34-35, 40, 45, 52-53, 63, 67, 72, 80-81, 83, 100, 134.
    • Stimson, Frederick S. “Spanish Inspiration in the First American Adventure Stories.” Hispania 40 (March 1957): 66-69.

    1956

    • Berthoff, Warner. “Charles Brockden Brown's Historical 'Sketches': A Consideration.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 28.2 (May 1956): 147-154.
    • Hart, James D. The Oxford Companion to American Literature. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. New York: Oxford University Press, 1956. 97.
    • McCormack, James J. Charles Brockden Brown, a Study in the Beginnings of an American Literature. Diss. St. Johns University, 1956.
    • Wykes, Alan. A Concise Survey of American Literature. London: Arthur Baker Ltd., 1956. 37-38.

    1955

    • Blanck, Jacob. Bibliography of American Literature. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1955. 302-309.
    • Lewis, R. W. B. The American Adam: Innocence, Tragedy, and Tradition in the Nineteenth Century. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1955. 90-109.

    1954

    • Berthoff, Warner. The Literary Career of Charles Brockden Brown. Diss. Harvard University, 1954.
    • Tilton, Eleanor M. “'The Sorrows' of Charles Brockden Brown.” Publication of the Modern Language Association: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 69.5 (December 1954): 1304-1308.

    1953

    • Carter, Boyd. “Poe's Debt to Charles Brockden Brown.” Prairie Schooner 27 (1953): 190-196.
    • Pearce, Roy Harvey. The Savages of America: A Study of the Indian and the Idea of Civilization. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1953. 198-199.
    • Raddin, George Gates. Hocquet Caritat and the Early New York Literary Scene. Dover, NJ: Dover Advance Press, 1953. 50-60.
    • Warfel, Henry. Footnotes to Charles Brockden Brown: American Gothic Novelist. Gainesville, Florida: no publisher , 1953.

    1952

    • Clark, David Lee. Charles Brockden Brown: Pioneer Voice of America. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1952.

    1951

    • Dowden, Edward. The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1951. 267-268.
    • Quinn, Arthur Hobson. “Early Fiction and Drama.” The Literature of the American People. An Historical and Critical Survey. Ed. Arthur Hobson Quinn. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc., 1951. 193-197, 200, 233, 274, 527, 539.

    1950

    • Frank, John G. “The Wieland Family in Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland.” Monatshefte für Deutschen Unterricht, Deutsche Sprache und Literatur 42 (1950): 347-353.
    • Hart, James D. The Popular Book. A History of America's Literary Taste. New York: Oxford University Press, 1950. 59, 65.
    • Wiley, Lula Rumsey. The Sources and the Influences of the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown. New York, NY: Vantage Press, 1950.
    • Wish, Harvey. Society and Thought in Early America: a Social and Intellectual History of the American People through 1865. New York: David McKay, 1950. 300.
  • 1949

    • Cronin, James E. “Elihu Hubbard Smith and the New York Friendly Club, 1795-1798.” Publication of the Modern Language Association 64 (June 1949): 475-478.
    • Powell, J. H. Bring Out Your Dead. The Great Plague of Yellow Fever in Philadelphia in 1793. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1949. 280, 283-284.
    • Warfel, Harry R. Charles Brockden Brown. American Gothic Novelist. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1949.

    1948

    • Clark, David Lee. “Unpublished Letters of Charles Brockden Brown and W. W. Wilkins.” Texas University Studies in English 27 (June 1948): 75-107.
    • Cole, Charles C., Jr. “Brockden Brown and the Jefferson Administration.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 72 (1948): 253-263.
    • Cowie, Alexander. “The Beginnings of Fiction and Drama.” Literary History of the United States. Eds. Robert E. Spiller, et al. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1948. 181-84.
    • Cowie, Alexander. “Vaulting Ambition: Brockden Brown and Others.” The Rise of the American Novel. New York: American Book Company, 1948. 69-104.

    1947

    • Shelley, Mary. Journal. Ed. Frederick L. Jones. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1947. 26, 27, 29, 33, 47, 83, 89, 219, 289.
    • Snell, George. The Shapers of American Fiction 1798-1947. New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, 1947. 32-45.

    1946

    • Morris, Mabel. “Charles Brockden Brown and the American Indian.” American Literature 18.3 (1946): 244-247.

    1945

    • Paine, Gregory. “American Literature a Hundred and Fifty Years Ago.” Studies in Philology 42 (July 1945): 385-402.

    1944

    • Anonymous. “Supplement to the Guide to the Manuscript Collections in the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 68 (1944): 98-111.
    • Beard, Charles A., and Mary R. Beard. A Basic History of the United States. New York: Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1944. 152, 154.
    • Brooks, Van Wyck. The World of Washington Irving. New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, 1944. 3, 13, 17-26, 42-43, 64, 162-163, 170.
    • Haviland, Thomas P. “Preciosite Crosses the Atlantic.” Publication of the Modern Language Association: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 59.1 (March 1944): 131-141.
    • Peden, William. “Thomas Jefferson and Charles Brockden Brown.” Maryland Quarterly 2 (1944): 65-68.
    • Snell, George. “Charles Brockden Brown: Apocalypticalist.” University of Kansas City Review 1. Winter 1944. 131-38.
    • Doyle, Mildred Davis. Sentimentalism in American Periodicals, 1741-1800. Diss. New York University, 1944.

    1943

    • Warfel, Harry, ed. The Rhapsodist, and Other Uncollected Writings. New York, NY: Scholars Facsimiles & Reprints, 1943.
    • Burke, W. J., Will D. Howe, and Irving R. Weiss. American Authors and Books, 1640-1940. New York: Gramercy Publishing Company, 1943. 97.
    • Stovall, Floyd. American Idealism. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1943. 23-29.
    • Wagenknecht, Edward. Cavalcade of the American Novel. From the Birth of the Nation to the Middle of the Twentieth Century. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1943. 9-13.
    • Warfel, Harry R. “Introduction.” The Rhapsodist and Other Uncollected Writings. New York: Scholars' Facsims. & Rpts., 1943. v - xii.

    1942

    • Gerould, Gordon Hall. The Patterns of English and American Fiction. A History. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1942. 186-190.
    • Rourke, Constance. The Roots of American Culture and Other Essays. New York: Harcourt Brace and Company, 1942. 10, 81, 100, 101.
    • Warfel, Harry R. “Charles Brockden Brown's First Published Poem.” American Notes and Queries 1 (1942): 19-20.

    1941

    • Fuller, Margaret. Writings. Ed. Mason Wade. New York: Viking Press, 1941. 374, 377-380.
    • Matthiessen, F. O. The American Renaissance. Art and Expression in the Age of Emerson. New York: Oxford University Press, 1941. 201-202.

    1940

    • Black, Frank Gees. The Epistolary Novel in the Late Eighteenth Century: A Descriptive and Bibliographical Study University of Oregon Monographs, Studies in Literature and Philology. Eugene: University of Oregon Press, 1940. 54, 70, 71, 74, 109, 110.
    • Brown, Herbert Ross. The Sentimental Novel in America 1789-1860. Durham: Duke University Press, 1940. 11, 36, 54, 56, 60, 61-62, 65-69, 107-108, 116, 143, 159-162.
    • Hintz, Howard W. “Charles Brockden Brown.” The Quaker Influence in American Literature. New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1940. 34-40.
    • Power, Julia. Shelley in America in the Nineteenth Century: His Relation to American Critical Thought and Influence. Lincoln: Nebraska University Studies, 1940. 3-4.
    • Raddin, George Gates. An Early New York Library of Fiction with a Checklist of the Fiction in H. Caritat's Circulating Library No. 1 City Hotel, Broadway, New York 1804. New York: H. W. Wilson Company, 1940. 44.
    • Randall, Randolph C. “Authors of the Port Folio Revealed by the Hall Files.” American Literature 11 (January 1940): 379-416.
    • Warfel, Harry R. “Charles Brockden Brown's German Sources.” Modern Language Quarterly 1.3 (1940): 357-363.

    1939

    • Jackson, Joseph. Literary Landmarks of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: David McKay Company, 1939. 37, 41-44, 263, 293.
    • Redden, Mary M. The Gothic Fiction in the American Magazines (1765-1800). Washington, D.C.: Catholic University Press, 1939. 45-47, 57.
    • Smith, Bernard. Forces in American Criticism. A Study in the History of American Literary Thought. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1939. 14-16, 17-18, 20.
    • Wright, Lyle H. American Fiction 1774-1850. A Contribution toward a Bibliography. San Marino, California: Huntington Library, 1939. 31-32.

    1938

    • Kunitz, Stanley J., and Howard Haycraft. American Authors 1600-1900: A Biographical Dictionary of American Literature. New York: H. W. Wilson Company, 1938. 104-106.
    • Summers, Montague. The Gothic Quest. A History of the Gothic Novel. London: Fortune Press, 1938. 121, 151.
    • Thompson, Lawrance. Young Longfellow (1807-1843). New York: Macmillan Company, 1938. 44-45.

    1937

    • Marchand, Ernest. “Introduction.” Ormond. New York: American Book Company, 1937. ix - xliv.
    • Orians, G. Harrison. “Censure of Fiction in American Romances and Magazines 1798-1810.” Publication of the Modern Language Association 52 (March 1937): 209.

    1936

    • Boynton, Percy H. Literature and American Life. Boston: Ginn and Company, 1936. 198-203.
    • Charvat, William. The Origins of American Critical Thought, 1810-1835. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1936. 141, 144-45, 153, 159.
    • Flory, Claude Rehred. Economic Criticism in American Fiction, 1792 to 1900. Philadelphia: Russell & Russell, 1936. 156-57, 199.
    • Hendrickson, James C. “A Note on Wieland.” American Literature 8 (1936): 305-306.
    • Leisy, Ernest E. “The Novel in America. Notes for a Survey.” Southwest Review 22 (Autumn 1936): 88-99.
    • Quinn, Arthur Hobson. American Fiction: An Historical and Critical Survey. New York: Appleton-Century Crofts, Inc., 1936. 25-39.
    • Taylor, Walter Fuller. A History of American Letters. New York: American Book Company, 1936. 67-70, 72, 82, 87, 102, 123, 491, 492.

    1935

    • Benson, Mary Sumner. Women in Eighteenth-Century America. A Study of Opinion and Social Usage. New York: Columbia University Press, 1935. 172-75, 198-201.
    • Kimball, LeRoy Elwood. “Introduction.” Alcuin: A Dialogue: A Typescript Facsimile Reprint of the First Edition Printed in 1798. New Haven: Carl & Margaret Rollins, 1935. vii - xxi.
    • Pattee, Fred Lewis. The First Century of American Literature 1770-1870. New York: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1935. 96-106.
    • Stearns, Bertha Monica. “A Speculation Concerning Charles Brockden Brown.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 59 (April 1935): 99-105.
    • Winterich, John Tracey. Early American Books and Printing. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1935. 154, 155, 178, and 227.

    1934

    • Baker, Ernest Albert. The Novel of Sentiment and the Gothic Romance. The History of the English Novel Vol. 5. London: H. F. & G. Witherby, 1934. 211-217.
    • Dunlap, George Arthur. The City in the American Novel 1789-1900. Philadelphia: By the Author, 1934. 12-13, 43-44, 66-67.
    • Goodman, Nathan G. Benjamin Rush, Physician and Citizen. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1934. 184-185.
    • Halleck, Reuben Post. The Romance of American Literature. New York: American Book Company, 1934. 66-67.
    • Kimball, LeRoy Elwood. “An Account of Hocquet Caritat, XVIII Century New York Circulating Librarian, Bookseller, and Publisher of the First Two Novels of Charles Brockden Brown, 'America's First Man of Letters.'” Colophon. N.P.: September 1934. 1-12.
    • Marchand, Ernest. “The Literary Opinions of Charles Brockden Brown.” Studies in Philology 31 (1934): 541-566.

    1933

    • Keiser, Albert. The Indian in American Literature. New York: Oxford University Press, 1933. 33-37.
    • Miller, Leon. American First Editions. Their Points and Prices. Westport, CT: The Westport Press, 1933. 17.
    • Scott, Eleanor Bryce. “Early Literary Clubs in New York City.” American Literature 5 (March 1933): 3-16.
    • Singer, Godfrey Frank. The Epistolary Novel. Its Origin, Development, Decline, and Residuary Influence. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1933. 151, 197-199.

    1932

    • Boynton, Henry Walcott. Annals of American Bookselling 1638-1850. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1932. 122-137.
    • Calverton, V. F. The Liberation of American Literature. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932. 94, 210, 221.
    • Ferguson, J. Delancey. “Death by Spontaneous Combustion.” Colophon 9 (1932): 7-19.
    • Fullerton, Bradford M. Selective Bibliography of American Literature 1775-1900 A Brief Estimate of the More Important Authors and a Description of Their Representative Works. New York: William Farquhar Payson, 1932. 33-34.
    • Gummere, Richard Mott. “Apollo on Locust Street.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 56 (1932): 68-92.
    • Johnson, Merle. “American First Editions: Charles Brockden Brown (1771-1810).” Publishers Weekly 121. 1932. 2422.
    • Knight, Grant Cochran. American Literature and Culture. New York: Ray Long and Richard R. Smith, Inc., 1932. 100-102.
    • Lewisohn, Ludwig. Expression in America. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1932. 54.

    1931

    • Angoff, Charles. A Literary History of the American People. 2: From 1750 to 1815. New York: Alfred Knopf and Company, 1931. 319-325.
    • Blankenship, Russell. American Literature: As an Expression of the National Mind. New York: Henry Holt, 1931. 241-242.
    • Marble, Annie Russell. Builders and Books. The Romance of American History and Literature. New York and London: D. Appleton and Company, 1931. 93-95.
    • Parma, V. Valta. “The Rare Book Collection of the Library of Congress.” Colophon. 1931. n.p.
    • Richardson, Lyon N. A History of Early American Magazines, 1741-1789. New York: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1931. 271, 288.

    1930

    • Dunlap, William. Diary of William Dunlap (1766–1839): The Memoirs of a Dramatist, Theatrical Manager, Painter, Critic, Novelist, and Historian. Ed. Dorothy C. Barck. New York: New York Historical Society, 1930. 62-64.
    • McDowell, Tremaine. “Scott on Cooper and Brockden Brown.” Modern Language Notes. Diss. January 1930.
    • Mott, Frank Luther. A History of American Magazines, 1741-1850. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1930. 41, 97, 115-116, 121-125, 141-147, 160-161, 174-175, 187-188, 191-193, 218-222, 232.
    • Sickels, Eleanor. “Shelley and Charles Brockden Brown.” Publication of the Modern Language Association: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 45.4 (December 1930): 1116-1128.

    1929

    • Clark, David Lee. “The Sources of Poe's The Pit and the Pendulum.” Modern Language Notes 44.6 (June 1929): 349-356.
    • Leisy, Ernest E. American Literature: An Interpretive Survey. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1929. 50-52.
    • Solve, Melvin T. “Shelley and the Novels of Brown.” Fred Newton Scott Anniversary Papers. Eds. Clarence DeWitt Thorpe, and Charles E. Whitmore. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1929. 141-156.
    • Van Doren, Carl. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Dictionary of American Biography. Ed. Allen Johnson. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. 107-110.

    1928

    • Bailey, Marcia. “A Lesser Hartford Wit, Dr. Elihu Hubbard Smith, 1771-1798.” Maine Bulletin. University of Maine Studies 2nd series 30 (June 1928): 1-150.
    • Cairns, William B. “British Republication of American Writings, 1783-1833.” Publication of the Modern Language Association 43 (March 1928): 303-310.
    • Clark, David Lee. “Introduction.” Edgar Huntley. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1928. v - xxii.
    • Edgett, Edwin F. “Fiction We Remember.” Boston Evening Transcript. 11 April 1928. 5.
    • Heidler, Joseph Bunn. “The History, from 1700 to 1800, of English Criticism of Prose Fiction.” Illinois Studies in Language and Literature 13 (May 1928): 159.

    1927

    • Adkins, Nelson. “A Study of James K. Paulding's Westward Ho!” The American Collector. March 1927. 221-229.
    • Clark, David Lee. “Brockden Brown's First Attempt at Journalism.” Studies in English 7 (1927): 156-174.
    • McDowell, Tremaine. “Sensibility in the Eighteenth Century American Novel.” Studies in Philology 24.3 (July 1927): 382-402.
    • Parrington, Vernon Louis. The Romantic Revolution in America. Main Currents in American Thought: An Interpretation of American Literature from the Beginnings to 1920 Vol. 2. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1927. 188-190.
    • Railo, Eino. The Haunted Castle. A Study of the Elements of English Romanticism. New York: E. P. Dutton and Company, 1927. 300-302.

    1926

    • Pattee, Fred Lewis. “Introduction.” Wieland or the Transformation Together with Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist. A Fragment. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1926. ix - xlvi.
    • Williams, Stanley Thomas. The American Spirit in Letters. New York: United States Publishers Association, 1926. 92-93.

    1925

    • Coad, Oral Sumner. “The Gothic Element in American Literature before 1825.” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 24 (1925): 72-93.
    • Edgett, Edwin F. “Fiction We Remember.” Boston Evening Transcript. 16 May 1925. 6.
    • Lang, Wilbert Jason. Charles Brockden Brown. Diss. Houghton Library, Harvard University, 1925.
    • Violette, Augusta Genevieve. “Economic Feminism in American Literature Prior to 1848.” Maine Bulletin. University of Maine Studies 2nd series 27. February 1925. 38-50.

    1923

    • Clark, David Lee. Charles Brockden Brown: A Critical Biography. New York: Columbia University Press, 1923. 1-49.
    • Haney, John Louis. The Story of Our Literature. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1923. 55-56.

    1922

    • Clark, David Lee. “Brockden Brown and the Rights of Women.” University of Texas Bulletin 2212 (22 March 1922): 1-48.
    • Cairns, William B. “British Criticisms of American Writings 1783-1815. A Contribution to the Study of Anglo-American Literary Relationships.” University of Wisconsin Studies in Language and Literature 14 (1922): 192-200.

    1921

    • Edgett, Edwin F. “Writers and Books.” Boston Evening Transcript. 6 July 1921. 7.
    • Van Doren, Carl. The American Novel. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1921. 10-15.
    • Birkhead, Edith. The Tale of Terror. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1921. 140, 197-200.

    1919

    • Boynton, Percy H. A History of American Literature. Boston: Ginn and Company, 1919. 100-109, 412.

    1918

    • Anon. “The American Pioneer of the New Psychic Romance.” Current Opinion 64 (April 1918): 278.

    1917

    • Coad, Oral Sumner. William Dunlap. A Study of His Life and Works and of His Place in Contemporary Culture. New York: The Dunlap Society, 1917. 24, 28, 48, 51, 57, 63, 69, 90, 100, 110, 153, 214, 247-249, 270, 281.
    • Long, William J. Outlines of English and American Literature. New York: Ginn and Company, 1917. 22, 366-369, 410.
    • Scarborough, Dorothy. The Supernatural in English Fiction. New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1917. 6, 35-39.
    • Van Doren, Carl. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Colonial and Revolutionary Literature. Early National Literature. The Cambridge History of American Literature Vol. 1. Eds. William Peterfield Trent, et al. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1917. 287-292.

    1916

    • Kerlin, Robert T. “Wieland and The Raven.” Modern Language Notes 31 (December 1916): 503-505.
    • Mabie, Hamilton W. “American Pioneer Prose Masters: Charles Brockden Brown.” Mentor. 1 May 1916. 8.
    • Tassin, Algernon de Vivier. The Magazine in America. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1916. 109-112.

    1915

    • Ellis, Harold Milton. “Joseph Dennie and His Circle. A Study in American Literature from 1792 to 1812.” Bulletin of the University of Texas 40 (July 1915): 1-285.
    • Pace, Roy Bennett. American Literature. Boston, New York, and Chicago: Allyn and Bacon, 1915. 31, 63, 65-68.
    • Van Doren, Carl. “Minor Tales of Brockden Brown, 1798-1800.” The Nation 100. 14 January 1915. 46-47.

    1914

    • Metcalf, John Calvin. American Literature. Atlanta, Richmond and Dallas: B. F. Johnson Publishing Company, 1914. 98-102.
    • Van Doren, Carl. “Early American Realism.” The Nation 99. 12 November 1914. 577-78.

    1912

    • Bradsher, Earl L. Mathew Carey. Editor, Author and Publisher. A Study in American Literary Development. New York: Columbia University Press, 1912. 50-51.
    • Trent, William Peterfield, and John Erskine. Great American Writers. New York: Henry Holt & Company, 1912. 12-20, 38.

    1911

    • Anon. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Chautauquan. September 1911. 99-102.
    • Fricke, Max. Charles Brockden Brown's Leben und Werke. Hamburg: Otto Meissners Verlag, 1911.
    • Halleck, Reuben Post. History of American Literature. New American Book Company, 1911. 88-92.

    1910

    • Blake, Warren Barton. “A Novelist of Plague Days.” New York Evening Post. 19 March 1910. 2.
    • Blake, Warren Barton. “Brockden Brown and the Novel.” Sewanee Review 18. October 1910. 431-443.
    • Blake, Warren Barton. “Fiction and Yellow Fever.” Boston Evening Transcript. 26 February 1910. 4.
    • Erskine, John. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Leading American Novelists. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1910. 3-49.
    • Hale, Edward Everett, Jr. “American Scenery in Cooper's Novels.” Sewanee Review 18 (1910): 326-327.
    • Just, Walter. Die Romantische Bewegung in der Amerikanischen Literatur: Brown, Poe, Hawthorne. Berlin: Mayer & Muller, 1910. 1-93.
    • Marble, Annie Russell. “The Centenary of America's First Novelist.” Dial 48. 16 February 1910. 109-110.
    • Quinn, Arthur Hobson. “Some Phases of the Supernatural in American Literature.” Publication of the Modern Language Association 25 (1910): 114-133.
  • 1909

    • Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Carlyle's Laugh and Other Surprises. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1909. 54, 57-64, 364.
    • Simonds, William Edward. A Student's History of American Literature. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1909. 86-89, 95, 119, 303.
    • Stanton, Theodore. A Manual of American Literature. New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1909. 117-120.

    1907

    • Anon. “Chronicle and Comment.” Bookman 25. March 1907. 3-5.
    • Edgett, Edwin F. “Writers and Books.” Boston Evening Transcript. 16 February 1907. 5.
    • Loshe, Lillie Deming. The Early American Novel. New York: Columbia University Press, 1907. 29-52, 57-58, 82, 104.
    • Marble, Annie Russell. Heralds of American Literature. A Group of Patriot Writers of the Revolutionary and National Periods. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1907. 218, 267, 282-318, 351-353.
    • Oberholtzer, Ellis Paxson. “The First American Novelist.” Journal of American History 1 (1907): 236-240.

    1906

    • Anon. “Burial Place of Charles Brockden Brown. The First American Novelist.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 30.2 (1906): 242-243.
    • Oberholtzer, Ellis Paxson. Literary History of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: George W. Jacobs & Company, 1906. 54, 147, 157-158, 189, 256, 261, 266, 416.

    1905

    • Wharton, Anne Hollingsworth. “Philadelphia in Literature.” Critic 47. September 1905. 224-231.

    1904

    • Chambers, Robert. Chambers's Encyclopaedia of English Literature, Volume III. Ed. David Patrick. London: W. & R. Chambers, 1904. 740, 764.
    • More, Paul Elmer. “The Origins of Hawthorne and Poe.” Shelburne Essays on American Literature. Boston and New York: Houghton-Mifflin Company, 1904. 67-68.
    • Vilas, Martin Samuel. Charles Brockden Brown. A Study of Early American Fiction. Burlington, Vermont: Free Press Association, 1904. 1-66.

    1903

    • Burton, Richard. Literary Leaders of America. A Classbook on American Literature. New York: Chautauqua Press, 1903. 10-11.
    • Hemstreet, Charles. Literary New York. New York: G. P. Putnam, 1903. 77-80.
    • Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, and Henry Walcott Boynton. A Reader's History of American Literature. Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Company, 1903. 51, 69-78.
    • Trent, William Peterfield. A History of American Literature, 1607-1865. New York: D. Appleton, 1903. 162, 203, 206-211, 222, 250, 332, 387, 547, 586, 587.
    • Woodberry, George Edward. America in Literature. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1903. 36-38, 187, 214.

    1902

    • Abernathy, Julian Willis. American Literature. New York: Maynard, Merrill and Company, 1902. 99-103.
    • Garnett, Richard. “Alms for Oblivion. The Minor Writings of Charles Brockden Brown.” Cornhill Magazine 13. July-December 1902. 494-506.
    • Hawthorne, Julian, ed. The Masterpieces and the History of Literature. New York: DuMont, 1902.
    • Lawton, William Cranston. Introduction to the Study of American Literature. New York and Chicago: Globe School Book Company, 1902. 65-66.
    • “” The Complete Works 11. Ed. James A. Harrison. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Company, 1902. 206.
    • “” The Complete Works 16. Ed. James A. Harrison. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Company, 1902. 41.
    • Sears, Lorenzo. American Literature in the Colonial and National Periods. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1902. 168-172, 239.

    1901

    • Bronson, Walter C. A Short History of American Literature. Boston: D. C. Heath & Company, 1901. 94-101.
    • King, Moses. Philadelphia and Notable Philadelphians. New York: [published] by the author, 1901. 4.
    • Moulton, Charles Wells. Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors. 4: 1785-1824. Buffalo, New York: Moulton Publishing Company, 1901. 552-558.
    • Newcomer, Alphonso G. American Literature. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Company, 1901. 55-61, 77, 111, 126, 141, 124, 264, 294.

    1900

    • Wendell, Barrett. A Literary History of America. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1900. 157-168, 169, 175, 181, 184-185, 189-190, 192, 194, 219, 228, 230, 269, 280, 290, 335, 374, 432-433, 449, 488, 503, 527.
  • 1899

    • Fisher, Mary A. General Survey of American Literature. Chicago: A. C. McClurg, 1899. 13, 17-18, 138.
    • Wilkens, Frederic H. “Early Influences of German Literature in America.” Americana Germanica 3 (1899): 137-139.

    1898

    • Anon. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography. Eds. James Grant Wilson, and John Fiske. New York: 1898. 397.
    • Hawthorne, Julian. “C. B. Brown.” The Literature of All Nations and Ages. Eds. Hawthorne, Julian, et al. New York: The Hamilton Book Company, 1898. 50-59.
    • Herringshaw, Thomas William. Herringshaw's Encyclopedia of American Biography of the Nineteenth Century. Chicago: American Publishers Association, 1898. 156.
    • Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. “Charles Brockden Brown.” American Prose Selections with Critical Introductions by Various Writers and a General Introduction. Ed. George Rice Carpenter. London and New York: Macmillan, 1898. 84-100, 150-151.
    • Noble, Charles. Studies in American Literature. A Text-book for Academies and High Schools. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1898. 75-79, 134, 179.
    • Pancoast, Henry S. An Introduction to American Literature. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1898. 108-112, 115, 141, 143, 150.
    • Seilhamer, George O. “Weekly Newspapers and Magazines.” Memorial History of the City of Philadelphia. Ed. John Russell Young. New York: New York History Company, 1898. 273.

    1897

    • Bates, Katharine Lee. American Literature. New York: Macmillan Company, 1897. 88-90, 98, 130, 266.
    • Foley, Patrick Kevin. American Authors 1795-1895. Boston: Milford House, 1897. 27-28.
    • Mitchell, Donald Grant. The Mayflower to Rip Van-Winkle. American Lands and Letters Vol. I. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1897. 179-190.

    1896

    • Pattee, Fred Lewis. A History of American Literature. New York: Silver, Burdett and Company, 1896. 101, 103-105, 111, 134.

    1895

    • McCowan, John S. “Our First Novelist.” Sewanee Review 4 (1895): 174-180.

    1894

    • Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth. Literary and Social Silhouettes. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1894. 59-60.
    • Lippard, George. “The Heart-Broken.” Hesperian 1. November-January 1894. 99-106.

    1893

    • Anon. “Wieland; or The Transformation.” Critic. 14 January 1893. 20.
    • Richardson, Charles F. American Literature 1607-1885. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1893. 262.
    • Richardson, Charles F. American Literature 1607-1885. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1893. 286-289.
    • Stone, Herbert Stuart. First Editions of American Authors. A Manual for Book-lovers. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Stone & Kimball, 1893. 23.
    • Wilson, James Grant. “The Knickerbocker Authors.” Memorial History of the City of New York. From Its First Settlement to the Year 1892. Ed. James Grant Wilson. New York: New York History Company, 1893. 76-77.

    1892

    • Smyth, Albert H. The Philadelphia Magazines and Their Contributors, 1741-1850. Philadelphia: R. M. Lindsay, 1892. 15, 20, 79-80, 108, 114, 116, 117, 121, 150, 152-170, 236.
    • Van Pelt, Daniel. “The Closing Years of the Eighteenth Century, 1793-1800.” Memorial History of the City of New York. From Its First Settlement to the Year 1892. Ed. James G. Wilson. New York: New York History Company, 1892. 144-145, 201.
    • Whittier, John Greenleaf. “Fanaticism.” The Complete Works of John Greenleaf Whittier in Seven Volumes. Boston: Houghton and Mifflin Company, 1892. 391-395.

    1891

    • Beers, Henry A. Studies in American Letters. Philadelphia: George W. Jacobs & Company, 1891. 64-68.
    • Hawthorne, Julian, and Leonard Lemmon. American Literature. An Elementary Text-Book. Boston: D. C. Heath & Company, 1891. 23-25.
    • Anon. “American Fiction.” Edinburgh Review. 1891. 36-37.

    1890

    • Carpenter, George R. “American Literature.” English Literature. Ed. Stopford A. Brooke. New York and London: Macmillan, 1890. 291.
    • Phillips, Ervin Louis. “The Earliest American Novelist.” Cornell Magazine 2 (February 1890): 200-204.

    1889

    • Adams, Henry. History of the United States of America during the First Administration of Thomas Jefferson. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1889. 123.

    1888

    • Clement, John. “Charles Brockden.” The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 12.2 (1888): 185-193.
    • Woodberry, George Edward. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Atlantic Monthly 61. May 1888. 710-714.

    1887

    • Anon. “Brockden Brown's Wieland.” The Critic 8. 1887. 236, 325-326.
    • Anon. “Notes.” The Critic New series 8. 1887. 236.
    • Beers, Henry A. An Outline Sketch of American Literature. New York: Chautauqua Press, 1887. 79-82.
    • Bernard, John. Retrospections of America 1797-1811. New York: Harper, 1887. 190, 250-55.
    • Whipple, Edwin Percy. American Literature and Other Papers. Boston: Ticknor and Company, 1887. 27-29.

    1886

    • Alden, John. Alden's Cyclopedia of Universal Literature. New York: [published] By the Author, April 1886. 159-163.
    • Dowden, Edward. Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley. London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Company, 1886. 472-473.

    1885

    • Harrison, Gabriel. John Howard Payne. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Company, 1885. 31, 33, 35.

    1884

    • Scharf, J. Thomas, and Thompson Westcott. History of Philadelphia 1609-1884. Philadelphia: L. H. Everts & Company, 1884. 1133.
    • Scharf, J. Thomas, and Thompson Westcott. History of Philadelphia 1609-1884. Philadelphia: L. H. Everts & Company, 1884. 1979-1981.

    1883

    • Morse, James Herbert. “The Native Element in American Fiction.” Century Magazine 26.2 and 3. 1883. 288-299, 362-376.

    1882

    • Nichol, John. American Literature. An Historical Sketch 1620-1880. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1882. 157-162.
    • Scherr, Johannes. A History of English Literature. London: Sampson, Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1882. 307-308.

    1881

    • Warner, Charles D. Washington Irving. Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Company, 1881. 10-16.

    1880

    • Lamb, Martha J. History of the City of New York: Its Origin, Rise and Progress. New York and Chicago: A. S. Barnes and Company, 1880. 468, 519, 527, 554.

    1879

    • Tuckerman, Henry T. “A Sketch of American Literature.” A Complete Manual of English Literature. New York: Sheldon and Company, 1879. 505-506.

    1878

    • Beers, Henry Augustin. A Century of American Literature, 1776-1876. New York: H. Holt and Company, 1878. 36-50.
    • Smith, George Barnett. “Brockden Brown.” Fortnightly Review New series 24 (September 1878): 399-421.

    1876

    • Jenkins, Oliver L. The Student's Handbook of British and American Literature Containing Sketches Biographical and Critical of the Most Distinguished Authors from the Earliest Times to the Present Day. Baltimore: John Murphy & Company, 1876. 455-457.
    • Lathrop, G. P. “Early American Novelists.” Atlantic Monthly 37. April 1876. 405-407.
    • Whipple, Edwin Percy. “A Century of American Literature.” The First Century of the Republic: A Review of American Progress. Eds. Theodore D. Woolsey, et al. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1876. 358.

    1873

    • Hart, John Seely. A Manual of American Literature Series in American Studies. Philadelphia: Eldredge & Brother, 1873. 111, 112.

    1868

    • Anon. “The Pioneer of American Fiction.” The Dartmouth 2. February 1868. 41-44.

    1865

    • Lippard, George. “The First American Novelist.” The Foederal American Monthly 51. July 1865. 46-53.

    1862

    • Irving, Pierre. Life and Letters of Washington Irving. New York: G. P. Putnam, 1862. 47, 184.

    1859

    • Cleveland, Charles D. A Compendium of American Literature, Chronologically Arranged; with Biographical Sketches of the Authors, and Selections from their Works. Philadelphia: E. C. & J. Biddle, 1859. 172-178.

    1858

    • Peacock, Thomas Love. “Memoirs of Percy Bysshe Shelley.” Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country 34.342. June 1858. 643-659.
    • Francis, John Wakefield. Old New York; or, Reminiscences of the Past Sixty Years. Being an Enlarged and Revised Edition of the Anniversary Discourse Delivered before the New York Historical Society. New York: C. Roe, 1858. 69, 290.

    1857

    • Anon. “Arthur Mervyn.” Graham's Magazine 50. May 1857. 468.
    • Anon. “Edgar Huntley; or Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker by Charles Brockden Brown.” Graham's Magazine 50. June 1857. 564.
    • Anon. “Jane Talbot by Charles Brockden Brown.” Graham's Magazine 50. July 1857. 86.
    • Anon. “Wieland; or The Transformation by Charles Brockden Brown.” Graham's Magazine 50. March 1857. 277.
    • Anon. “Wieland; or the Transformation. Charles Brockden Brown.” American Notes and Queries 1 (February 1857): 76.
    • Goodrich, S. G. “Recollections of a Lifetime, or Men and Things I Have Seen.” A Series of Familiar Letters to a Friend, Historical, Biographical, Anecdotal, and Descriptive 2. New York: Miller, Orton, and Mulligan, 1857. 203-204.
    • Tuckerman, Henry T. “The Supernaturalist. Charles Brockden Brown.” Essays, Biographical and Critical, or Studies of Character. Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Company, 1857. 369-378.

    1856

    • Gostwick, Joseph. Hand-Book of American Literature. Historical, Biographical, and Critical Series on Literary America in the Nineteenth Century. London and Edinburgh: W. and R. Chambers, 1856. 33-34.

    1855

    • Duyckinck, Evert, and George L. Duyckinck. Cyclopedia of American Literature: Embracing Personal and Critical Notices of Authors and Selections from their Writings. From the Earliest Period to the Present Day. New York: Charles Scribner, 1855. 586-591.

    1854

    • Allibone, S. Austin. Allibone's Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors Living and Deceased from the Earliest Accounts to the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century. Philadelphia: Childs & Peterson, 1854. 256.
    • Anon. “The Book Trade.” Norton's Literary Gazette New series 1. 1 April 1854. 165.
    • Whittier, John Greenleaf. “Fanaticism.” Literary Recreations and Miscellanies. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1854. 107-112.

    1853

    • Tuckerman, Henry T. Mental Portraits. London: Richard Bentley, 1853. 271-286.

    1850

    • Dana, Richard Henry, Sr. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Poems and Prose Writings. New York: Baker and Scribner, 1850. 325-343.

    1848

    • Barret, Joseph Hartwell. “Charles Brockden Brown.” American Whig Review New series 1. March 1848. 260-274.
    • Lippard, George. “The Heart-Broken.” The Nineteenth Century, A Quarterly Miscellany 1 (January 1848): 19-27.

    1847

    • Griswold, Rufus Wilmot. The Prose Writers of America. Philadelphia: Carey and Hart, 1847. 28-29, 34, 39, 40, 106, 107-111, 370, 435.

    1846

    • Anon. “Announcement of Complete Works of Charles Brockden Brown to Be Published by William Taylor & Co.” New York Illustrated Magazine of Literature and Art 2. May 1846. 64.
    • Fuller, Margaret. “Charles Brockden Brown.” New York Tribune. 1846. n.p.
    • Hawthorne, Nathaniel. “P's Correspondence and 'The Hall of Fantasy.'” Mosses from an Old Manse. New York: Wiley and Putnam, 1846. 131-132, 161.

    1845

    • Lippard, George. Dedication in Quaker City; or, The Monks of Monk-Hall. Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson and Brothers, 1845. n.p.

    1843

    • Poe, Edgar Allan. “Review of Wyandotte.” Graham's Magazine. November 1843. 261.

    1842

    • Anon. “Modern Fiction.” Southern Literary Messenger 8. May 1842. 342-348.
    • Anon. “Wieland, ou la voix mystérieuse, par Brockden Brown.” La Revue Britannique (Bruxelles), January 1842, page 2 of “Bulletin Bibliographique de la Librairie Meline, Cans et Compagnie,” located at the end of the issue. [Short review of the French translation of Wieland published in 1841 by Meline, Cans, et Cie.]

    1836

    • E.M.V.D. “The Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Ladies' Companion 4. January 1836. 135.

    1835

    • Anon. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Albany Bouquet: and Literary Spectator. 2 May 1835. 15.
    • Anon. “Charles Brockden Brown.” Literary Gazette 2. Concord, New Hampshire: 23 January 1835. 137-138.
    • Anon. “Letters on the United States of America.” Southern Literary Messenger 1. May 1835. 481-483.
    • Paulding, James Kirke. “National Literature.” Salmagundi 2. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1835. 271-272.
    • Willis, N. P. “Literature of the Nineteenth Century: America.” Athenaeum. 3 January 1835. 9-13.

    1834

    • Anon. “Sparks's American Biography. The Library of American Biography.” North American Review 38. April 1834. 474-478.
    • Dunlap, William. “Charles Brockden Brown.” National Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Americans 3. Eds. James Herring, and James B. Longacre. New York: M. Bancroft, 1834. 1-8.
    • Palfrey, J. G. “Periodical Literature of the United States. The Republic of Letters; being a Weekly Republication of Works of Standard Literature.” North American Review. October 1834. 277-301.
    • Prescott, William H. “Life of Charles Brockden Brown.” Library of American Biography. Ed. Jared Sparks. Boston: Hilliard Gray & Company, 1834. 119-180.

    1833

    • Anon. “Works of Mrs. Child.” North American Review 37. July 1833. 139.

    1832

    • Dunlap, William. History of the American Theatre. New York: J. & J. Harper, 1832. 93, 114-115, 143-144, 153, 156-157, 168-170, 251-253, 274, 314.

    1831

    • Anon. “Edgar Huntley; or The Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker, by Charles Brockden Brown.” Athenaeum 4. December 1831. 785.

    1830

    • Anon. “Brown's Novels.” American Quarterly Review 8. December 1830. 312-337.
    • Hazlitt, William. Conversations of James Northcote, Esq., R. A. London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1830. 514.

    1829

    • Everett, A. H. “Irving's Life of Columbus.” North American Review 28. January 1829. 108.
    • Hazlitt, William. “William Ellery Channing's Sermons and Tracts.” Edinburgh Review 50. October 1829. 125-128.
    • Knapp, Samuel Lorenzo. Lectures on American Literature with Remarks on Some Passages of American History. New York: Elam Bliss, 1829. 132, 138, 175, 176.
    • Smith, Richard Penn. “Progress of Literature in Pennsylvania.” The Philadelphia Monthly Magazine New series 1. 1829. 599-605.

    1828

    • Mellen, G. “The Red Rover.” North American Review 27. July 1828. 144.

    1827

    • Anon. “Memoir of Charles Brockden Brown.” The Novels of Charles Brockden Brown: Wieland, Ormond, Arthur Mervyn, Edgar Huntley, Clara Howard, Jane Talbot. Boston: S. G. Goodrich, 1827. iii - xxiv.
    • Anon. “The Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Western Monthly Review 1. December 1827. 483-494.
    • Anon. “The Red Rover.” Literary Gazette II. 8 December 1827. 787.
    • Dana, Richard Henry, Sr. “The Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” United States Review 2. August 1827. 321-333.
    • Hill, Fred S. “Review.” Boston Lyceum 1. June 1827. 324.

    1826

    • Anon. “Wieland, Edgar Huntley, Philip Stanley, Jane Talbot, Ormond, Arthur Mervyn, and Logan, a Family History.” British Critic 3rd series 2. April 1826. 53-78.

    1825

    • Anon. “Dunlap's Memoirs of Charles Brockden Brown.” Blackwood's 18. September 1825. 327-328.

    1824

    • Anon. “Arthur Mervyn, a Tale.” Retrospective Review 9. 1824. 317-323.
    • Anon. “Carwin the Biloquist and Other American Tales and Pieces.” European Magazine 85. January 1824. 55-60.
    • Anon. “Remarks on The Pioneers.” Newcastle Magazine New series 3. January 1824. 35.
    • Anon. “Wieland and Other Novels.” American Monthly Magazine 1. January 1824. 42-58.
    • Neal, John. “American Writers I and II.” Blackwood's 16. October 1824. 421-26.
    • Wheaton, Henry. An Address, Pronounced at the Opening of the New-York Athenaeum, December 14. New York: C. Wiley, 1824. 8.

    1822

    • Anon. “American Genius, Exemplified in the Life of Charles Brockden Brown.” Lady's Magazine New series 3. 1822. 139-142.
    • Anon. “Brown, the American Novelist.” Kaleidoscope New series 2. 11 June 1822. 390.
    • Anon. “Carwin the Biloquist. Dunlap's Memoirs of Charles Brockden Brown.” Gentleman's Magazine Supplement 92. 1822. 622.
    • Anon. “Carwin, the Biloquist and Other American Tales and Pieces.” Literary Chronicle 4. 20 July 1822. 455-456.
    • Anon. “Carwin, the Biloquist and Other American Tales.” New Monthly Magazine 6. 1 May 1822. 222.
    • Anon. “Memoirs of Charles Brockden Brown, the American Miscellaneous Writings.” Literary Chronicle. 9 March 1822. 148-150.
    • Anon. “Memoirs of Charles Brockden Brown, the American Novelist. Author of Wieland, Ormond, Arthur Mervyn, &. with Selections from his Original Letters and Miscellaneous Writings.” Monthly Magazine 54. October 1822. 254-255.
    • Anon. “Memoirs of Charles Brockden Brown, the American Novelist. Author of Wieland, Ormond, Arthur Mervyn, &. with Selections from his Original Letters and Miscellaneous Writings.” Monthly Review 94. October 1822. 151-157.
    • Anon. “Memoirs of Charles Brockden Brown, the American Novelist. By William Dunlap.” New Monthly Magazine 6. 1 April 1822. 172.
    • Anon. “The Spy.” Literary Chronicle 4. 6 July 1822. 421.
    • Anon. “Review of Carwin, the Biloquist and Other American Tales and Pieces.” Monthly Censor 1. July 1822. 235.
    • Anon. “Review of Dunlap's Memoirs of Charles Brockden Brown.” Monthly Censor 1. September 1822. 399.
    • Dunlap, William. Memoirs of Charles Brockden Brown, The American Novelist. Author of Wieland, Ormond, Arthur Mervyn, &, with Selections from his Original Letters and Miscellaneous Writings. London: Henry Colburn and Company, 1822. 337.
    • Gardiner, William H. “The Spy, a Tale of Neutral Ground.” North American Review. July 1822. 281-282.

    1821

    • Cooper, James Fenimore. “Preface.” The Spy. New York: Wiley and Halstead, 1821.

    1820

    • Anon. “On the Writings of Charles Brockden Brown and Washington Irving.” Atheneum 7. April 1820. 124-126.
    • Anon. “On the Writings of Charles Brockden Brown and Washington Irving.” Blackwood's 6. February 1820. 554-556.
    • Anon. “On the Writings of Charles Brockden Brown and Washington Irving.” Literary and Scientific Repository 1. July 1820. 187-190.
    • Anon. “On the Writings of Charles Brockden Brown, the American novelist.” New Monthly Magazine 14. December 1820. 609-614.

    1819

    • Anon. “The Life of Charles Brockden Brown: Together with Selections from the Rarest of His Printed Works, from His Original Letters, and from His Manuscripts before Unpublished.” North American Review 9. June 1819. 58-77.

    1818

    • Godwin, William. “Preface.” Mandeville. A Tale of the Seventeenth Century in England 1. Philadelphia: M. Thomas, 1818. ix - ix.

    1816

    • S. “Dunlap's Life of Charles Brockden Brown.” The Portico 1. May 1816. 380-383.

    1815

    • Dunlap, William. The Life of Charles Brockden Brown: Together with Selections from the Rarest of His Printed Works, from His Original Letters, and from His Manuscripts before Unpublished. Philadelphia: James P. Parks, 1815. 396, 472.

    1814

    • Dennie, Joseph. “Inquiries Respecting Dennie and Brown.” Port Folio 4th series 3. June 1814. 570-573.

    1811

    • Allen, Paul. The Life of Charles Brockden Brown. Ed. Charles E. Bennett. Delmar, NY: Scholars' Facsims. & Rpts., 1811.
    • A. R. “Critique on the Writings of Charles B. Brown.” Port Folio 3rd series 6. July 1811. 30-35.
    • Anon. “Wieland; or the Transformation. By C. B. Brown.” British Critic 37. January 1811. 70.
    • Anon. “Wieland; or the Transformation. By C. B. Brown.” Monthly Review 2nd series 64. January 1811. 96.
    • Anon. “Wieland; or The Transformation.” Critical Review 3rd series 22. February 1811. 144-163.
    • Anon. “Wieland; or The Transformation.” Gentleman's Magazine 81. April 1811. 364.
    • Anon. “Review of Ormond; or The Secret Witness.” The Critical Review 3rd series 22. April 1811. 417-431.
    • Mitchell, Isaac. “Preface.” The Asylum; or, Alonzo and Melissa. Poughkeepsie, New York: Joseph Nelson, 1811. xix.

    1810

    • Anon. “[No title.].” Poulson's American Daily Advertiser. 27 February 1810. n.p.
    • Anon. “Stanzas. Commemorative of the late Charles Brockden Brown, of Philadelphia, author of Wieland, Ormond, Arthur Mervyn, etc.” Port Folio 3rd series 4. September 1810. 287-290.
    • Anon. “Wieland; or the Transformation by Charles Brockden Brown.” Lady's Monthly Museum New series 9. December 1810. 338-339.
    • Watterston, George. Glencarn; or, The Disappointment of Youth. Alexandria, Pennsylvania: Cottom & Stewart, 1810. 92.

    1809

    • Anon. “Biography.” Port Folio 3rd series 1. January 1809. 21.
    • Anon. “Perambulator, No. III.” Rambler's Magazine 1. 1809. 149-162.

    1808

    • Anon. “Brown's American Register.” Port Folio 2nd series 2. 27 February 1808. 140-141.

    1807

    • Anon. “Conrad's American Register. A Review of Domestic and Foreign Literature.” Port Folio 4. 31 October 1807. 279-280.

    1805

    • Anon. “Edgar Huntley; or Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker by Charles Brockden Brown.” Monthly Magazine Supplement 18. 25 January 1805. 594.
    • Anon. “Conrad's Magazine.” Port Folio 5. 27 April 1805. 125.

    1804

    • Anon. “Arthur Mervyn; or Memoirs of the Year 1793.” Monthly Magazine; or, British Register Supplement 16. 1804. 635.
    • Anon. “Edgar Huntley; or Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker by Charles Brockden Brown.” Critical Review 3rd series 3. November 1804. 360.
    • Anon. “Jane Talbot by Charles Brockden Brown.” The Imperial Review; or London and Dublin Literary Journal 3. November 1804. 392-401.
    • Anon. “Jane Talbot by Charles Brockden Brown.” The Literary Journal 3. May 1804. 492.
    • Anon. “Literary Intelligence for the Port Folio.” Port Folio 4. 28 April 1804. 134.
    • Anon. “London Edition of Dr. Linn's 'Powers of Genius.'” Port Folio 4. 1 September 1804. 277.
    • Anon. “New Translations of Volney's Travels in America.” Port Folio 4. 25 August 1804. 269.
    • Miller, Samuel. A Brief Retrospect of the Eighteenth Century. New York : T. & J. Swords, 1804. 171.

    1803

    • Anon. “Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793.” Critical Review 2nd series 39. September 1803. 119.
    • Davis, John. Travels of Four Years and a Half in the United States of America; during 1798, 1799, 1800, 1801, and 1802. London and New York: F. Ostell and T. Hurst, H. Caritat, 1803. 139, 149, 203-204, 287.

    1802

    • Dunlap, William. “Wieland; or the Transformation.” American Review and Literary Journal 2. January 1802. 23-38.

    1801

    • Dunlap, William. “Wieland; or the Transformation.” American Review and Literary Journal 1. January 1801. 333-339.

    1800

    • Anon. “The Observer No. 14.” New-York Gazette no. 4552 (July 16, 1800): 2. [Satirizes CBB's Wieland & H. Caritat.]
    • Anon. “The Observer No. 24.” New-York Gazette no. 4579 (August 16, 1800): 2. [Satirizes CBB's “Scribbler” series, appearing this same week the the New York Commercial Advertiser.]
    • Anon. “Ormond; or the Secret Witness. C. B. Brown.” Anti-Jacobin Review 6. August 1800. 451.

    1799

    • Anon. “Remarks on Wieland and Ormond.” Weekly Museum. 20 June 1799. n.p.

    1798

    • Anon. “Wieland; or The Transformation.” New York Spectator. New York: 10 November 1798. 4.
    • Anon. “Review of Wieland; or the Transformation.” Commercial Advertiser. New York: 29 December 1798. n.p.

    1796

    • Anon. “An Account of a Murder Committed by Mr. J upon his Family, in December, A.D. 1781.” New York Weekly Magazine 2. New York: 20 July 1796. 2, 20, 28.

Translations of Writings by CBB

Last updated 10/01/2019

For additions, please contact Mark L. Kamrath or Philip Barnard.

Chronological Listing by Language

German

1802

  • Ormond, oder der geheime Zeuge. Aus dem Englischen des Godwin frei ubersetzt von Friedrich von Oertel. Leipzig: Johann Gottlob Beygang, 1802.

1857

  • Edgar Huntley oder der Nachtwandler. Von Charles Brockden Brown. 3 volumes. Leipzig: Verlag von Christian Ernst Rollman, 1857.

1859

  • Arthur Mervyn, oder, Die Pest in Philadelphia: Denkwürdigkeiten aus dem Jahre 1793. Von Ch. Brockden Brown, Verfasser von Edgar Huntly, etc. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt. 4 volumes. Leipzig: Verlag von Christian Ernst Rollmann, 1859.

1977

  • Wieland, oder, die Verwandlung: Roman. Ubersetzt von Friedrich Polakovics; mit einem Nachwort von Norbert Miller. München: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, 1977.

1992

  • Arthur Mervyn, oder, Die Pest in Philadelphia. Berlin: Henssel, 1992. [Modern re-edition of the 1859 Leipzig translation.]

1995

  • Wieland, oder, die Verwandlung: Roman. Ubersetzt von Friedrich Polakovics ; mit einem Nachwort von Norbert Miller. Frankfurt am Main: Leipzig Insel-Verlag, 1995. [New edition of 1977 Polakovics-Miller translation.]

1999

  • Arthur Mervyn, oder, Die Pest in Philadelphia: Roman. Hrsg. und mit einem Nachw. vers. von Frederik Burwick. Die vorliegende Bearb. der anonymen Übers. aus dem Amerikan. von Jochen Reichel. Zürich: Diogenes Verlag, 1999. [Zürich edition, updating and correcting the 1859 translation.]

2004

  • Aus den Erinnerungen von Carwin dem Bauchredner: ein Fragment. Aus dem Amerikan. übers. und hrsg. von Alexander Pechmann. Philadelphia: Achilla Presse, 2004.

French

1808

  • La famille Wieland, ou les prodigies, traduction libre d’un manuscript américain, par Pigault-Maubaillarcq, member correspondant de la Société Philotechnique. 4 volumes. Calais: Moreaux & Ce, 1808.

1841

  • Wieland, ou la voix mystérieuse. Traduction faite sur la dernière édition de Londres par Auguste Callet et Javelin Pagnon. Avec une notice sur la vie de l’auteur. 2 volumes. Paris: W. Coquebert, 48 rue Jacob, 1841. [Vol. 2 of this edition contains Wieland up to page 294. Pages 295-340 add a tale, “La Maison du Diable” / “The Devil’s House,” with a notice that says that “The following tale appeared a few months ago, in an American newspaper [journal], under the name of Charles Brockden Brown....”]

1842

  • Wieland, ou la voix mystérieuse. Traduction faite sur la dernière édition de Londres par Auguste Callet et Javelin Pagnon. Avec une notice sur la vie de l’auteur. 2 volumes. Bruxelles: Meline, Cans et C., 1842. [Belgian edition reproducing the 1841 Callet translation and introduction.]

1980

  • Edgar Huntly, ou Les mémoires d’un somnambule. Présentation de Françoise Charras, conclusion de Liliane Abensour. Paris: Jean-Michel Place, 1980.

1990

  • Wieland ou la voix mystérieuse. Suivi des Mémoires de Carwin le ventriloque. Edition établie et présentée par Liliane Abensour et Françoise Charras. Paris: José Corti, 1990. [Modern edition of the 1841 Callet translation; the “Carwin” translation is not accounted for and is likely by Abensour and/or Charras.]

1999

  • “L’Aliénation.” Traduit de l’américain par Liliane Abensour. In Marc Amfreville et Françoise Charras, eds. Profils Américains 11 (1999), special issue “Charles Brockden Brown,” 9-17. [Facing-page English-French translation of “Insanity: A Fragment.”]

2007

  • Ormond ou le témoin secret. Edition établie et texte traduit par Marc Amfreville. Préface Nathalie Caron. Paris: Michel Houdiard, 2007.

Spanish

1818

  • La familia de Vieland, ò los prodigios. Puesta en espagñol por el Dr. D. Luis Monfort, Capellan Párroco del 2.o regimiento de Real Cuerpo de Artilleria, y Secretario de la Subdelagcion Castrense de Valencia. 4 volumes. Valencia: En la Imprenta de Estévan, 1818. [Follows the French 1808 Pigault-Maubaillarcq translation and extension.]

1830

  • Carvino, ò el hombre prodigioso. Puesta en Español por el Doctor Luis Monfort. Valencia: Imprenta de Cabrerizo, 1830. [Continues the extension of the 1818 Monfort translation with further adventures of Carwin.]

1992

  • Wieland, ò la Transformación. Traduccción del Inglés de Juan Ignacio de la Iglesia. Madrid: Valdemar, 1992. “La presente edición de Wieland se complete con Las Memorias de Carwin, el biloquista.”

Italian

1962

  • Ormond, il Testimonio segreto. A cura di C. Izzo, traduzione de M. Picci. Roma: Opera nuove, 1962.

1965

  • Wieland, ovvero La transformazione. A cura di Marissa Bulgheroni, traduzione de Luciana Bulgheroni. Venezia: Neri Pozza Editore, 1965.

1985

  • Alcuin o il Paradiso delle Donne (1798-1815). Introduzione di Rosella Mamoli Zorzi. Traduzione, nota biografica et note di Paola Menegazzi. Napoli: Guida editori, 1985.

1988

  • Wieland o la transformazione. A dura di Alessandro Ceni. Pordenone: Edizioni Studio Tesi, 1988. [A new edition of the 1965 Bulgheroni translation.]

1989

  • Wieland, ovvero La transformazione. A cura di Marissa Bulgheroni, traduzione de Luciana Bulgheroni. Roma / Napoli: Edizioni Theoria, 1989.

2000

  • Edgar Huntly ovvero Le memorie di un sonnambulo. A cura di Michele Bottalico, traduzione di Angelinda Griseta. Firenze: Passigli Editore, 2000.

Japanese

1976

  • ウィーランド [Wieland]. Translated by Masao Shimura. Tokyo: Kokusho Kankōkai, 1976.

1979

  • エドガー・ハントリー / [Edgar Huntly]. Translated by Toshio Yagi. Tokyo: Kokusho Kankōkai, 1979.

Chinese (Mandarin)

2016

  • 威兰 / [Wieland]. Translated by Qu Hong and Wang Danhong. Combined edition with a translation of Beckford’s Vathek. Hangzhous, Zhejiang Provice, China: Zhejiang Gongshang University press, 2016.

Korean

2017

  • 윌랜드 : 탈바꿈: 미국 이야기 /. [Wieland]. Translated by Jaewang Hwang. Seoul: Hanguk Munhwasa, 2017.

Chronological Listing of All Translations

1802

  • Ormond, oder der geheime Zeuge. Aus dem Englischen des Godwin frei ubersetzt von Friedrich von Oertel. Leipzig: Johann Gottlob Beygang, 1802.

1808

  • La famille Wieland, ou les prodigies, traduction libre d’un manuscript américain, par Pigault-Maubaillarcq, member correspondant de la Société Philotechnique. 4 volumes. Calais: Moreaux & Ce, 1808.

1818

  • La familia de Vieland, ò los prodigios. Puesta en espagñol por el Dr. D. Luis Monfort, Capellan Párroco del 2.o regimiento de Real Cuerpo de Artilleria, y Secretario de la Subdelagcion Castrense de Valencia. 4 volumes. Valencia: En la Imprenta de Estévan, 1818. [Follows the French 1808 Pigault-Maubaillarcq translation and extension.]

1830

  • Carvino, ò el hombre prodigioso. Puesta en Español por el Doctor Luis Monfort. Valencia: Imprenta de Cabrerizo, 1830. [Continues the extension of the 1818 Monfort translation with further adventures of Carwin.]

1841

  • Wieland, ou la voix mystérieuse. Traduction faite sur la dernière édition de Londres par Auguste Callet et Javelin Pagnon. Avec une notice sur la vie de l’auteur. 2 volumes. Paris: W. Coquebert, 48 rue Jacob, 1841. [Vol. 2 of this edition contains Wieland up to page 294. Pages 295-340 add a tale, “La Maison du Diable” / “The Devil’s House,” with a notice that says that “The following tale appeared a few months ago, in an American newspaper [journal], under the name of Charles Brockden Brown....”]

1842

  • Wieland, ou la voix mystérieuse. Traduction faite sur la dernière édition de Londres par Auguste Callet et Javelin Pagnon. Avec une notice sur la vie de l’auteur. 2 volumes. Bruxelles: Meline, Cans et C., 1842. [Belgian edition reproducing the 1841 Callet translation and introduction.]

1857

  • Edgar Huntley oder der Nachtwandler. Von Charles Brockden Brown. 3 volumes. Leipzig: Verlag von Christian Ernst Rollman, 1857.

1859

  • Arthur Mervyn, oder, Die Pest in Philadelphia: Denkwürdigkeiten aus dem Jahre 1793. Von Ch. Brockden Brown, Verfasser von Edgar Huntly, etc. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt. 4 volumes. Leipzig: Verlag von Christian Ernst Rollmann, 1859.

1962

  • Ormond, il Testimonio segreto. A cura di C. Izzo, traduzione de M. Picci. Roma: Opera nuove, 1962.

1965

  • Wieland, ovvero La transformazione. A cura di Marissa Bulgheroni, traduzione de Luciana Bulgheroni. Venezia: Neri Pozza Editore, 1965.

1976

  • ウィーランド [Wieland]. Translated by Masao Shimura. Tokyo: Kokusho Kankōkai, 1976.

1977

  • Wieland, oder, die Verwandlung: Roman. Ubersetzt von Friedrich Polakovics; mit einem Nachwort von Norbert Miller. München: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, 1977.

1979

  • エドガー・ハントリー / [Edgar Huntly]. Translated by Toshio Yagi. Tokyo: Kokusho Kankōkai, 1979.

1980

  • Edgar Huntly, ou Les mémoires d’un somnambule. Présentation de Françoise Charras, conclusion de Liliane Abensour. Paris: Jean-Michel Place, 1980.

1985

  • Alcuin o il Paradiso delle Donne (1798-1815). Introduzione di Rosella Mamoli Zorzi. Traduzione, nota biografica et note di Paola Menegazzi. Napoli: Guida editori, 1985.

1988

  • Wieland o la transformazione. A dura di Alessandro Ceni. Pordenone: Edizioni Studio Tesi, 1988. [A new edition of the 1965 Bulgheroni translation.]

1989

  • Wieland, ovvero La transformazione. A cura di Marissa Bulgheroni, traduzione de Luciana Bulgheroni. Roma / Napoli: Edizioni Theoria, 1989.

1990

  • Wieland ou la voix mystérieuse. Suivi des Mémoires de Carwin le ventriloque. Edition établie et présentée par Liliane Abensour et Françoise Charras. Paris: José Corti, 1990. [Modern edition of the 1841 Callet translation; the “Carwin” translation is not accounted for and is likely by Abensour and/or Charras.]

1992

  • Arthur Mervyn, oder, Die Pest in Philadelphia. Berlin: Henssel, 1992. [Modern re-edition of the 1859 Leipzig translation.]
  • Wieland, ò la Transformación. Traduccción del Inglés de Juan Ignacio de la Iglesia. Madrid: Valdemar, 1992. “La presente edición de Wieland se complete con Las Memorias de Carwin, el biloquista.”

1995

  • Wieland, oder, die Verwandlung: Roman. Ubersetzt von Friedrich Polakovics ; mit einem Nachwort von Norbert Miller. Frankfurt am Main: Leipzig Insel-Verlag, 1995. [New edition of 1977 Polakovics-Miller translation.]

1999

  • Arthur Mervyn, oder, Die Pest in Philadelphia: Roman. Hrsg. und mit einem Nachw. vers. von Frederik Burwick. Die vorliegende Bearb. der anonymen Übers. aus dem Amerikan. von Jochen Reichel. Zürich: Diogenes Verlag, 1999. [Zürich edition, updating and correcting the 1859 translation.]
  • “L’Aliénation.” Traduit de l’américain par Liliane Abensour. In Marc Amfreville et Françoise Charras, eds. Profils Américains 11 (1999), special issue “Charles Brockden Brown,” 9-17. [Facing-page English-French translation of “Insanity: A Fragment.”]

2000

  • Edgar Huntly ovvero Le memorie di un sonnambulo. A cura di Michele Bottalico, traduzione di Angelinda Griseta. Firenze: Passigli Editore, 2000.

2004

  • Aus den Erinnerungen von Carwin dem Bauchredner: ein Fragment. Aus dem Amerikan. übers. und hrsg. von Alexander Pechmann. Philadelphia: Achilla Presse, 2004.

2007

  • Ormond ou le témoin secret. Edition établie et texte traduit par Marc Amfreville. Préface Nathalie Caron. Paris: Michel Houdiard, 2007.

2016

  • 威兰 / [Wieland]. Translated by Qu Hong and Wang Danhong. Combined edition with a translation of Beckford’s Vathek. Hangzhous, Zhejiang Provice, China: Zhejiang Gongshang University press, 2016.

2017

  • 윌랜드 : 탈바꿈: 미국 이야기 /. [Wieland]. Translated by Jaewang Hwang. Seoul: Hanguk Munhwasa, 2017.