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Hacking Abolition Bibliography


Here is the full list of resources that I consulted in my MA thesis research on the writing life and impact of poet, playwright, essayist and moral reformer Hannah More: 

 

Works Cited

 

Carey, Brycchan.  “To Force a Tear: British Abolitionism and the Eighteenth-century London Stage.” Affect and Abolition in the Anglo-Atlantic, 1770-1830, edited by Stephen Ahern, Ashgate Publishing, 2013, pp 109-28.

“Cat o’nine tails.” Understanding Slavery Initiative, www.understandingslavery.com/in dex.php-option=com_content&view=article&id=532_cat-onine-tails&catid=145_atlantic- crossing&Itemid=255.html. Accessed 18 July 2018.

Christian Observer (1805) Accessed: University Microfilms. Index to American Periodicals of the 1800's: Keyed to University Microfilms APS II. Computer Indexed Systems, Indianapolis, 1989.

Demers, Patricia. “Hannah More’s Public Voice in Georgian Britain.”  Women, Morality and Advice Literature Manuscripts and Rare Printed Works of Hannah More (1745-1833)  and her Circle, Clark Library, Los Angeles, www.ampltd.co.uk/ collections_az/Women-More-1/editorial-introduction.aspx. Accessed 18 July 2018.

—. The World of Hannah More. University Press of Kentucky, 1996.

Eger, Elizabeth. “Introduction: The Nine Living Muses of Great Britain. In: Bluestockings.” Palgrave Studies in the Enlightenment, Romanticism and the Cultures of Print. Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. doi: 10.1057/9780230250505_1. Accessed July 24, 2018.

Engels, Friedrich. The Condition of the Working-Class in England in 1844, translated by Florence K. Wischnewetzky, Cambridge UP, 2010.

Galchinsky, Michael. "Lament as Transitional Justice." Human Rights Review 15.3 (2014): 259-281.

Hochschild, Adam. Bury the Chains Prophets and Rebels in the Fight to Free an Empire's Slaves. Houghton Mifflin, 2005.

Jones, M. G. Hannah More. Cambridge UP, 1952.

Lewis, Donald M. Lighten their Darkness: The Evangelical Mission to Working-Class London, 1828-1860. Greenwood Press,1986.

Menely, Tobias.  “Acts of Sympathy: Abolitions Poetry and Transatlantic Identification.” Affect and Abolition in the Anglo-Atlantic, 1770-1830, edited by Stephen Ahern, Ashgate Publishing, 2013, pp 45-67.

Metaxas, Eric. Seven Women: And the Secret of Their Greatness. Nelson Books, 2015.

Minow, Martha. “The Hope for Healing: What Can Truth Commissions Do?” Truth v.

Justice, edited by Robert I. Rotberg and Dennis Thompson, Princeton          UP, 2000.

More, Hannah. Slavery, A Poem (London: T. Cadell, 1788) Accessed 28 May 2019 http://www.brycchancarey.com/slavery/morepoems.htm

—. The Complete Works of Hannah More, vol. 1, J.C. Derby, 1856, www.ia800208.us.archive.org/28/items/completeworksha02moregoog/ completeworksha02moregoog.pdf. Accessed 26 June 2018.   

—. The Sorrows of Yamba; or, the Negro Woman's Lamentation (London: 1797), www.brycchancarey.com/slavery/yamba.htm. Accessed 27 July, 2018.


—. “The White Slave Trade.” The Complete Works of Hannah More, vol. 3, T. Cadell, 1830,  www.archive.org/details/workshannahmore42moregoog/ Accessed 18 July 2018.

Myers, Mitzi. “Hannah More’s Tracts for the Times: Social Reform and Female Ideology.” Fetter’d or Free: British Women Novelists, 1670-1815, edited by M A Schofield and C Macheski, 264-84. Athens: Ohio University Press, 1986.

"panoply, n." OED Online, Oxford UP, www.oed.com/view/Entry/136916. Accessed 26 June  2018.

Pedersen, Susan. “Hannah More Meets Simple Simon: Tracts, Chapbooks, and Popular Culturein Late Eighteenth-Century England.” Journal of British Studies, vol. 25, no. 1, 1986, pp. 84–113. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/175612.

Richardson, Alan. "The Sorrows of Yamba, by Eaglesfield Smith and Hannah More: Authorship,       Ideology, and the Fractures of Antislavery Discourse." Romanticism on the Net, 2002, doi:10.7202/007209.

Shakespeare, William. As You Like it. Methuen, 1975.

Shelley, Percy.  A Defense of Poetry. Edited by Albert S. Cook. Ginn & Company, 1891, www.books.google.ca/books?id=hQyT18_QHXkC&pg=PR5#v=onepage&q&f=false. Accessed 27 June, 2018.

Stott, Anne. Hannah More: The First Victorian. Oxford UP, 2003.

Tanner, Paul J. “The History of Interpretation of the Song of Songs.  Bibliotheca Sacara 154, 613, 1997, pp. 23-46, www.biblicalstudies.org.uk/article_song1_tanner.html. Accessed 27 June, 2018.

The New Revised Standard Harper Study Version. Edited by Verlyn D. Verbrugge, Zondervan Publishing House, 1990.

Thompson, E. P. The Making of the English Working Class. Penguin Books, 1968.

Thompson, Henry. The Life of Hannah More with Notices of Her Sisters. T. Cadell, W. Blackwood and Sons, 1838, www.archive.org/details/lifehannahmorew00thomgoog. Accessed 26 June, 2018

“Unravelling the Numbers.” Global Slavery Index. www.globalslaveryindex.org/2018/findings/ highlights. Accessed 1 August, 2018.

"virtue, n." OED Online, Oxford University Press, March 2019, www.oed.com/view/Entry/223835. Accessed 29 May 2019.

Wall, Cynthia. Introduction. A Journal of the Plague Year by Daniel Defoe, Penguin Books, 2003, pp. xvii-xxxiii.

Wilson, Brett D. "Hannah More's Slavery and James Thomson's Liberty: Fond Links, Mad Liberty, and Unfeeling Bondage." Ashgate, 2013.

Wood, Marcus. Slavery, Empathy, and Pornography. Oxford UP, 2002.

Woolf, Virginia. “Professions of Women.” The Death of the Moth and other Essays. U of Adelaide, 2015, www.ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/w/woolf/virginia/w91d/chapter27.html. Accessed 1 August 2018.

"zeal, n." OED Online, Oxford University Press, June 2018, www.oed.com/view/Entry/232724. Accessed 27 June 2018.

 

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