skip to content

Smith, Charlotte 1749-1806

Works: 623 works in 2,389 publications in 4 languages and 30,903 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Domestic fiction  History  Feminist fiction  Biography  Records and correspondence  Gothic fiction  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Poetry  Juvenile works 
Roles: Author, Other, Translator, Attributed name, Dubious author, Correspondent
Classifications: PR3688.S4, 823.6
Publication Timeline
Publications about Charlotte Smith
Publications by Charlotte Smith
Publications by Charlotte Smith, published posthumously.
Most widely held works about Charlotte Smith
moreShow More Titles
fewerShow Fewer Titles
Most widely held works by Charlotte Smith
The old manor house by Charlotte Smith( Book )
139 editions published between 1793 and 2016 in 4 languages and held by 1,997 libraries worldwide
In The Old Manor House (1794), Charlotte Smith combines elements of the romance, the Gothic, recent history, and culture to produce both a social document and a compelling novel. A "property romance," the love story of Orlando and Monimia revolves around the Manor House as inheritable property. In situating their romance as dependent on the whims of property owners, Smith critiques a society in love with money at the expense of its most vulnerable members, the dispossessed
Emmeline: the orphan of the castle by Charlotte Smith( Book )
133 editions published between 1788 and 2016 in English and French and held by 1,901 libraries worldwide
The plot of Charlotte Smith's autobiographical first novel Emmeline (1788) includes the usual thrills of the eighteenth-century courtship novel: abduction, duels, and a "fairy tale princess." At the same time, the novel satirically reworks such literary conventions by focusing on the dangers of early engagement and marriage, and challenges a social and legal system in which women are inherently illegitimate subjects
The collected letters of Charlotte Smith by Charlotte Smith( file )
9 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 1,605 libraries worldwide
"In Charlotte Smith's biography, her sister Catherine Ann Dorset reported that "Mrs. Smith left no posthumous works whatsoever. The sweepings of her closet were, without exception, committed to the flames." Despite her family's diligence in destroying her papers, nearly five hundred of Smith's letters survived in twenty-two libraries, archives, and private collections. The present edition makes available most of these previously unpublished letters to publishers, patrons, solicitors, relatives, and friends." "One of the most popular poets of her time, Charlotte Smith revived the sonnet form in England, influencing Wordsworth and Keats. Equally popular as a novelist, she experimented with many genres, and even her children's books were highly regarded by her contemporaries. Smith conducted her public life in the face of profound personal troubles. With little support beyond her wits and her unwavering will, she almost single-handedly provided for a large family. The letters yield a wealth of hitherto unknown facts about her miserable failed marriage, her poor health, her poverty, and her twelve children's lives, marriages, and deaths. Her letters enlarge our understanding of her literary achievement, for they show the private world of spirit, determination, anger, and sorrow in which she wrote." "Covering Smith's entire career from 1784 to 1806, the letters also provide new details on the publication of all but two of her twenty-two titles. Smith reveals her customary approaches to composing, dealing with publishers, and exploring new ideas for marketable books. Through correspondence with literary supporters such as William Hayley and aristocratic patrons such as the duchess of Devonshire and the earl of Egremont, the letters also shed light on women and patronage in the late eighteenth century." "As this volume was going to press, the Petworth House Archives turned up fifty-six additional lost letters not seen in at least one hundred years. Most are from Smith's early career, along with two letters to her troublesome husband, Benjamin. The archives also preserved fifty letters by Benjamin, the only ones by him known to have survived. Two letters from Benjamin to Charlotte are reprinted in full, and generous excerpts from the rest are included in footnotes, bringing a shadowy figure to life."--Jacket
Elegiac sonnets by Charlotte Smith( file )
135 editions published between 1786 and 2018 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,568 libraries worldwide
The young philosopher by Charlotte Smith( file )
14 editions published between 1999 and 2015 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,140 libraries worldwide
In The Young Philosopher, George Delmont embraces an agrarian life and devotes himself to the pursuit of knowledge. But it is George's love Medora Glenmorris and her mother Laura who provide the emotional core of the novel. Contrasting the pain and suffering of individuals with the idealism of the French Revolution and the hope provided by glimpses of life in America, Smith exposes philosophical enlightenment as an ineffective weapon for fighting the widespread corruption of English society. The early novels of Charlotte Smith (1749-1806) were precursors of the gothic tradition that came to d
Elegiac sonnets and other poems by Charlotte Smith( file )
95 editions published between 1795 and 1996 in English and Undetermined and held by 946 libraries worldwide
Desmond by Charlotte Smith( file )
65 editions published between 1792 and 2016 in 4 languages and held by 868 libraries worldwide
Part of the Microfiche ed. of the French literature portion of the Edition Corvey, a collection of rare books held at the Castle Corvey Library, located in North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany
What is she? : a comedy, in five acts by Charlotte Smith( file )
39 editions published between 1799 and 2018 in English and held by 750 libraries worldwide
Montalbert : a novel by Charlotte Smith( file )
42 editions published between 1795 and 1999 in English and held by 679 libraries worldwide
The poems of Charlotte Smith by Charlotte Smith( Book )
13 editions published in 1993 in English and held by 622 libraries worldwide
The wanderings of Warwick by Charlotte Smith( file )
49 editions published between 1794 and 2018 in English and German and held by 507 libraries worldwide
Ethelinde : or The recluse of the lake by Charlotte Smith( file )
28 editions published between 1789 and 1790 in English and held by 474 libraries worldwide
Rural walks: in dialogues : Intended for the use of young persons. By Charlotte Smith. In two volumes. by Charlotte Smith( file )
31 editions published between 1795 and 1800 in English and held by 456 libraries worldwide
Rambles farther : a continuation of rural walks : in dialogues intended for the use of young persons by Charlotte Smith( file )
32 editions published between 1796 and 2005 in English and held by 389 libraries worldwide
The young philosopher: a novel : In four volumes. By Charlotte Smith. by Charlotte Smith( file )
21 editions published between 1798 and 2005 in English and held by 377 libraries worldwide
Minor morals : interspersed with sketches of natural history, historical anecdotes, and original stories. By Charlotte Smith by Charlotte Smith( file )
40 editions published between 1798 and 2018 in English and Undetermined and held by 369 libraries worldwide
Letters of a solitary wanderer, 1800 by Charlotte Smith( file )
22 editions published between 1801 and 2007 in English and held by 366 libraries worldwide
Letters of a solitary wanderer (the title comes from Dr. Johnson) appeared first in three volumes, two more being added later from another publisher. These first three each contain an independent and contrasting romance, set in Gothic Yorkshire, Jamaica, and sixteenth-century France respectively. They are a development in kind from Smith's earlier novels, sharing for instance, as the title indicates, the theme of displacement. In his introduction Jonathan Wordsworth shows how they relate to Lewis, Radcliffe and Scott; and also how, two years after the publication of Lyrical ballads, there is a new concern for simplicity, naturalness and feeling
Celestina by Charlotte Smith( Book )
28 editions published between 1791 and 2013 in English and held by 338 libraries worldwide
"Published here for the first time in a modern edition, Charlotte Smith's third novel is both rivetingly plotted and unique for its time in its powerful depiction of a gifted Romantic woman poet. The novel's heroine, Celestina, abandoned as a child in a French convent, becomes an independent, witty, and accomplished elegiac poet who, in a reversal of the usual pattern of the courtship novel, acts as a mentor to several men in her life. Written at the beginning of the French Revolution, Smith's novel depicts characters challenging both corrupt authority and conventional morality, exemplifying her hope that English society was on the verge of a great change for the better."
Marchmont : a novel by Charlotte Smith( file )
23 editions published between 1796 and 2017 in 4 languages and held by 309 libraries worldwide
"Many pre-service and beginning early childhood teachers question if critical literacy is do-able with young children, particularly in the current top-down educational climate. Critical Literacies and Young Learners shows how it is possible, even in the context of the mandates and pressures so many teachers experience, and honors the sophisticated and complex social theorists that young children are. Featuring a mix of groundbreaking work by iconic researchers and teachers and original contributions by emerging scholars and educators in the field, the text illustrates a range of approaches to doing critical literacy with young children and, at the same time, addresses the Common Core Standards. Part I provides several orienting frameworks on critical literacy, giving specific attention to its relationship to the Common Core Standards. Part II features chapters describing critical literacy in practice, grouped in 4 thematic clusters: using texts from popular culture and everyday life; focusing on issues-oriented texts and cultural identity; functional linguistic analysis of texts; interdisciplinary that engage young learners in critical social action projects. Part III addresses the micro-political contexts of teaching critical literacy"--
Celestina : a novel. In four volumes. By Charlotte Smith. by Charlotte Smith( file )
15 editions published in 1791 in English and held by 307 libraries worldwide
moreShow More Titles
fewerShow Fewer Titles
Alternative Names
Charlotte Turner Smith britisk skribent og poet
Charlotte Turner Smith Brits dichteres (1749-1806)
Charlotte Turner Smith brittisk författare och poet
Charlotte Turner Smith englische Schriftstellerin, Dichterin und Übersetzerin
Charlotte Turner Smith femme de lettres anglaise
Charlotte Turner Smith poetessa e scrittrice inglese
Smith, Charlotte.
Smith, Charlotte 1749-1806
Smith, Charlotte T. 1749-1806
Smith, Charlotte Turner
Smith Charlotte Turner 1749-1806
Smith, Charlotte Turner, Mrs., 1749-1806
Smith-Turner, Charlotte 1749-1806
Turner, Charlotte 1749-1806
Turner Smith, Charlotte 1749-1806
Шарлот Търнър Смит
شارلوت ترنر اسمیت شاعر و نویسنده بریتانیایی
شارلوت تيرنر سميث
შარლოტ ტერნერ სმიტი ინგლისელი რომანტიკოსი პოეტი და ნოველისტი
スミス, シャーロット
English (1,012)
French (36)
German (9)
Irish (2)
Close Window

Please sign in to WorldCat 

Don't have an account? You can easily create a free account.