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‘I gradually learned to check the violent expressions of my despair, observing that the giving utterance to them occasioned me to be more closely watched and restrained by the people about me, and nothing was now so grateful to me as being left quite alone, where I might hear only the hollow breaking of the waves against the cliffs, or the cries of the innu- merable sea fowl, which now covered every rock within my sight and often appeared like living clouds floating above me.’

The Works of Charlotte Smith. The Young Philosopher, Volume II

The Works of Charlotte Smith. Electronic Edition. book cover

The Works of Charlotte Smith. Electronic Edition.

ISBN: 978-1-57085-061-5

Language: English

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Charlotte Turner Smith. Detail: watercolor by George Romney

List of Contents

Smith, Charlotte Turner. The Works of Charlotte Smith. General editor, Stuart Curran. Volume editors, Stuart Curran, ... [et al.] 14 vols. Part I, vols. 1-5. Part II, vols. 6-10. Part III, vols. 11-14. London : Pickering & Chatto, 2005-2007.

  • Vol. 1. Manon L'Escaut or The Fatal Attachment (1786); The Romance of Real Life (1787). Edited by Michael Garner with assistance from Karla M. Taylor
  • Vol. 2. Emmeline, the Orphan of the Castle (1788). Edited by Judith Stanton
  • Vol. 3. Ethelinde, or the Recluse of the Lake (1789). Edited by Stuart Curran
  • Vol. 4. Celestina (1791). Edited by Kristina Straub
  • Vol. 5. Desmond (1792). Edited by Stuart Curran
  • Vol. 6. The Old Manor House. Edited by Ina Ferris
  • Vol. 7. The Wanderings of Warwick; The Banished Man. Edited by M. O. Grenby
  • Vol. 8. Montalbert. Edited by Stuart Curran and Adriana Craciun
  • Vol. 9. Marchmont. Edited by Kate Davies and Harriet Guest
  • Vol. 10. The Young Philosopher. Edited by A. A. Markley
  • Vol. 11. The Letters of a Solitary Wanderer. Edited by David Lorne Macdonald
  • Vol. 12. Rural Walks; Rambles Farther; Minor Morals; and A Narrative of the Loss of the Catherine. Edited by Elizabeth A. Dolan
  • Vol. 13. Who is She? (1798); Conversations Introducing Poetry, Chiefly on Subjects of Natural History (1804); The Natural History of Birds (1807). Edited by Judith Pascoe
  • Vol. 14. Elegiac Sonnets (1784, 1797), The Emigrants (1792), and Beachy Head, and Other Poems (1807); Uncollected poems. Edited by Jacqueline M. Labbe

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