Selected Bibliography

                        Compiled by Larry J. Reynolds.

Adams, Kimberly Vanseveld. "The Madonna and Margaret Fuller." Women's Studies 25 (1996): 385-405.

Albert, Judith Strong. "Margaret Fuller's Row at the Greene Street School: Early Female Education in Providence, 1837-1839." Rhode Island History 42 (February 1983): 43-55.

Allen, Margaret. "The Political and Social Criticism of Margaret Fuller." South Atlantic Quarterly 72 (1973): 560-73.

Avallone, Charlene. "The Red Roots of White Feminism in Margaret Fuller's Writings." Doing Feminism: Teaching and Research in  the Academy. Ed Mary Anderson, Lisa Fine, Kathleen Geissler, and Joyce R. Ladenson. East Lansing: Women's Studies Program, Michigan State University, 1997. 135-64.

_______. "What American Renaissance? The Gendered Genealogy of a Critical Discourse." PMLA 112 (1997): 1102-20.

Bailey, Brigitte. "Representing Italy: Fuller, History Painting, and the Popular Press." Fleischmann, Fuller's Cultural Critique  229-48.

Baker, Anne. "'A Commanding View': Vision and the Problem of Nationality in Fuller's Summer on the Lakes." ESQ 44 (1998): 61-77.

Balducci, Carolyn Feleppa. Margaret Fuller: A Life of Passion and Defiance. New York: Bantam, 1991.

Bean, Judith Mattson. "Conversation as Rhetoric in Margaret Fuller's Woman in the Nineteenth Century. In Her Own Voice. Ed. Sherry Lee Linkon. Hamden, CT: Garland, 1997. 27-40.

_______. "Margaret Fuller and Julia Ward Howe: A Woman-to-Woman Influence." Fleischmann, Fuller's Cultural Critique 91-108.

_______. "Margaret Fuller Papers at Houghton." Margaret Fuller Society Newsletter 5 (1997): 4-7.

_______. "'A Presence among Us': Fuller's Place in Nineteenth-Century Oral Culture." ESQ 44 (1998): 79-123.

_______. "Texts from Conversation: Margaret Fuller's Influence on Emerson." Studies in the American Renaissance 1994. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1994. 227-44.

Belasco, Susan. “’The Animating Influences of Discord’: Margaret Fuller in 1844.” Legacy 20 (2000): 76-94.

Bender, Thomas. New York Intellect: A History of Intellectual Life in New York City, from 1750 to the Beginnings of Our Own Time. New York: Knopf, 1987.

Berkson, Dorothy. "'Born and Bred in Different Nations': Margaret  Fuller and Ralph Waldo Emerson." Patrons and Protégés: Gender, Friendship, and Writing in Nineteentha-Century America. Ed. Shirley Marchalonis. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 1988. 3-30.

Berthold, Dennis. “Response to Larry J. Reynolds, ‘Subjective Vision, Romantic History, and the Return of the ‘Real’: The Case of Margaret Fuller and the Roman Republic.’” South Central Review 21 (Spring 2004): 18-21.. Blanchard, Paula. "Corinne and the 'Yankee Corinna': Madame de  Staël and Margaret Fuller." Woman as Mediatrix: Essays on Nineteenth-Century European Women Writers. Ed Avriel H. Goldberger. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1987. 39-46.

_______. Margaret Fuller: From Transcendentalism to Revolution. New York: Delacorte, 1978.

_______. Sarah Orne Jewett: Her World and Her Work. Reading,  MA: Addison-Wesley, 1994.

Boggs, Colleen Glenney. “Margaret Fuller’s American Translation.” American Literature 76 (March 2004): 31-58.

Braun, Frederick Augustus. Margaret Fuller and Goethe. New York: Henry Holt, 1910.

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning to Mary Russell Mitford, 1836-1854. Ed. Meredith B. Raymond and Mary Rose Sullivan. Vol. 3. Winfield, KS: Wedgestone P, 1983.

Buell, Lawrence. Literary Transcendentalism: Style and Vision in the American Renaissance. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1973.

_______. New England Literary Culture: From Revolution to Renaissance. New York: Cambridge UP, 1986.

Buonomo, Leonardo. Backward Glances: Exploring Italy, Reinterpreting America (1831-1866). Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1996.

Burbick, Joan. "Under the Sign of Gender: Margaret Fuller's Summer on the Lakes." Women and the Journey: The Female Travel Experience. Ed. Bonnie Frederick and Susan H. McLeod. Pullman: Washington State UP, 1993. 67-83.

Burton, Roland Crozier, "Margaret Fuller's Literary Criticism of the Fine Arts." College English 6 (1944): 18-23.

Capper, Charles. "'A Little Beyond': The Problem of the Transcendentalist Movement in American History." The Journal of American History 85 (1998): 502-39.

_______. "Margaret Fuller as Cultural Reformer: The Conversations in Boston." American Quarterly 39 (1987): 509-28.

_______. Margaret Fuller: An American Romantic Life. Vol. 1. The Private Years. New York: Oxford UP, 1992.

  • ________ and Christina Giorcelli, eds. Margaret Fuller: Transatlantic Crossings in a Revolutionary Age.. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press (forthcoming).
  • Chevigny, Bell Gale. "'Cheat Me [On] by No Illusion': Margaret Fuller's Cultural Critique and Its Legacies." Fleischmann, Fuller's Cultural Critique 27-41.

_______. "Daughters Writing: Toward a Theory of Women's Biography." Feminist Studies 9 (1983): 79-102.

_______. "Growing Out of New England: The Emergence of Margaret Fuller's Radicalism." Women's Studies 5 (1977): 65-100.

_______. "To the Edges of Ideology: Margaret Fuller's Centrifugal  Evolution." American Quarterly 38 (1986): 173-201.

_______. The Woman and the Myth: Margaret Fuller's Life and Writings. 1976. Rev. Boston: Northeastern UP, 1994.

Cole, Phyllis. "The Nineteenth-Century Women's Rights Movement and the Canonization of Margaret Fuller." ESQ 44 (1998): 1-33.

________. “Stanton, Fuller, and the Grammar of Romanticism.” New England Quarterly 73 (2000): 533-559.

________. “`Woman Questions: Emerson, Fuller, and New England Reform.” Transient and Permanent: The Transcendentalist Movement and Its Contexts. Ed. Charles Capper and Conrad Edick Wright. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society and Northeastern U P, 1999, 408-446.

Collins, Hildegard Plotzer and Phillip Allison Shelley, "The Reception in England and America of Bettina von Arnim's Goethe's Correspondence with a Child." Anglo-German and American German Crosscurrents. Ed. Shelley and Arthur O. Lewis, Jr. Vol. 2. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1962, 97-174.

Cooper, Michaela Bruckner. "Textual Wandering and Anxiety in Margaret Fuller's Summer on the Lakes." Fleischmann, Fuller's Cultural Critique 171-89.

Crain, Caleb. “Too Good to Be Believed: Emerson’s ‘Friendship’ and the Samaritans.” American Sympathy: Men, Friendship, and Literature in the New Nation. New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 2001. 177-237.

Davidson, Tami. "Meta-Illness: Writing Beyond Cultural Metaphors of Illness in Dickinson and Fuller." Eleventh International Conference on Literature and Psychology. Lisbon: Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, 1994. 73-78.

Davis, Cynthia J. Bodily and Narrative Forms: The Influence of Medicine on American Literature, 1845-1915. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2000.

Dedmond, Francis B. "The Letters of Caroline Sturgis to Margaret  Fuller." Studies in the American Renaissance 1988. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1988. 201-51.

_______. "The Selected Letters of William Ellery Channing the Younger (Part One)." Studies in the American Renaissance 1989. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1989. 115-218.

________. "The Selected Letters of William Ellery Channing the Younger (Part Two)." Studies in the American Renaissance 1990. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1990. 159-241.

Deiss, Joseph Jay. The Roman Years of Margaret Fuller: A  Biography. New York: Thomas Crowell, 1969.

Delphendahl, Renate. "Margaret Fuller: Interpreter and Translator of German Literature." Margaret Fuller: Visionary of the New Age. Ed. Marie Mitchell Olesen Urbanski. Orono, ME: Northern Lights, 1994. 54-100.

Dickenson, Donna. Margaret Fuller: Writing a Woman's Life. New York: St. Martin's, 1993.

Douglas, Ann. "Margaret Fuller and the Disavowal of Fiction." The Feminization of American Culture. New York: Knopf, 1977.  259-88, 381-85.

Durning, Russell E. Margaret Fuller, Citizen of the World. An Intermediary between European and American Literatures. Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1969.

Ebbitt, Wilma Robb. "Margaret Fuller's Ideas on Criticism." Boston Public Library Quarterly 3 (1951): 171-87.

Ellis, Elizabeth Garrity. "The 'Intellectual and Moral Made Visible': The 1839 Washington Allston Exhibition and Unitarian Taste in Boston." Prospects 10 (1985): 39-75.

Ellison, Julie. "Fuller." Delicate Subjects: Romanticism,Gender, and the Ethics of Understanding. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1990. 212-298.

Emerson, Lidian Jackson. The Selected Letters of Lidian Jackson Emerson. Ed. Delores Bird Carpenter. Columbia: U of Missouri P, 1987.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Letters of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. 7. Ed  Eleanor M. Tilton. New York: Columbia UP, 1990.

Fergenson, Laraine R. "Margaret Fuller as a Teacher in Providence: The School Journal of Ann Brown." Studies in the American Renaissance 1991. Ed Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1991. 59-118.

_______. "Margaret Fuller in the Classroom: The Providence Period." Studies in the American Renaissance 1987. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1987. 131-42.

Fink, Steven. “Margaret Fuller: The Evolution of a Woman of Letters.” Reciprocal Influences: Literary Production, Distribution, and Consumption in America. Ed Steven Fink and Susan S. Williams. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 1999. 55-74.

Fish, Cheryl. "'Unconnected Intelligence' and the Woman of Letters: Margaret Fuller's Darting (Dial)ogues." Fleischmann, Fuller's Cultural Critique 153-67.

Fleischmann, Fritz. "Introduction: Cultural Translation as Cultural Critique." Fuller's Cultural Critique 1-24.

________. Ed. Margaret Fuller’s Cultural Critique: Her Age and Legacy. New York: Peter Lang, 2000.

Fuller, Margaret. The Essential Margaret Fuller. Ed. Jeffrey Steele. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers UP, 1992.

_______.  "'The Impulses of Human Nature': Margaret Fuller's Journal from June through October 1844." Ed. Martha L. Berg and Alice de V. Perry. Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings 102 (1990): 38-126.

_______. The Letters of Margaret Fuller. Ed. Robert N. Hudspeth. 6 vols. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell UP, 1983-1994.

_______. Margaret Fuller, Critic: Writings from the New York Tribune, 1844-1846. Ed. Joel Myerson and Judith Mattson Bean. New York: Columbia UP, 2000.

_______. Margaret Fuller: Essays on American Life and Letters. Ed. Joel Myerson. New Haven, CT: College & University P, 1978.

_______. "Margaret Fuller's 1839 Journal: Trip to Bristol." Ed.Robert N. Hudspeth. Harvard Library Bulletin 27 (1979): 445-70.

_______. "Margaret Fuller's 1842 Journal: At Concord with the Emersons." Ed. Joel Myerson, Harvard Library Bulletin 21 (1973): 320-40.

_______. "Margaret Fuller's Journal for October 1842." Ed. Robert D. Habich. Harvard Library Bulletin 32 (1985): 280-91.

_______. Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli. Ed. R. W. Emerson, W. H. Channing, and J. F. Clarke. 2 vols. 1852. New York: Burt Franklin, 1972. 

_______. “My Heart Is a Large Kingdom”: Selected Letters of Margaret Fuller.  Ed. Robert N. Hudspeth. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 2001.

_______. The Portable Margaret Fuller. Ed. Mary Kelley. New York: Penguin, 1994.

_______. Summer on the Lakes, in 1843. Ed. Susan Belasco Smith. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1991.

_______. "These Sad But Glorious Days": Dispatches from Europe, 1846-1850. Ed. Larry J. Reynolds and Susan Belasco Smith.  New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 1991.

_______. Woman in the Nineteenth Century. Ed. Larry J. Reynolds. Norton Critical Edition. New York: Norton, 1998.

_______. Woman in the Nineteenth Century and Other Writings. Ed. Donna Dickenson. New York: Oxford UP, 1994.

Gatta, John. "The Virginal Soul of Margaret Fuller's Woman in the  Nineteenth Century."  American Madonna: Images of the Divine Woman in Literary Culture. New York: Oxford UP, 1997.  33-52.

George, Sharon. "Margaret Fuller's Dial Criticism: The Merging of  Scottish Common Sense and Romantic Traditions." American Transcendental Quarterly. No. 62 (1986): 17-28.

Gilmore, Susan. "Margaret Fuller 'Receiving' the 'Indians.'" Fleishchmann, Fuller's Cultural Critique 191-227

Grey, Robin. The Complicity of Imagination: The American Renaissance, Contests of Authority, and 17th Century English  Culture. New York: Cambridge UP, 1997.

Gustafson, Sandra M. "Choosing a Medium: Margaret Fuller and the Forms of Sentiment." American Quarterly 47 (1995): 34-65.

Haronian, Mary-Jo. "Margaret Fuller's Visions." ESQ 44 (1998): 35-59.

Hlus, Carolyn. "Margaret Fuller: Transcendentalist: A Re- assessment." Canadian Review of American Studies 16 (1985):  1-14.

Hudspeth, Robert N. "'A Higher Standard in Thought and Action':  Margaret Fuller and the Idea of Criticism." American Unitarianism 1805-1865. Ed. Conrad Edick Wright. Boston:  Massachusetts Historical Society and Northeastern UP, 1989. 145-160.

_______. "Margaret Fuller." The Transcendentalists: A Review of  Research and Criticism. Ed. Joel Myerson. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1984. 175-188.

Karcher, Carolyn L. "Margaret Fuller and Lydia Maria Child: Intersecting Careers, Reciprocal Influences." Fleishmann, Fuller's Cultural Critique 75-89.

Kearns, Francis E. "Margaret Fuller and the Abolition Movement." Journal of the History of Ideas 25 (Jan.-Mar.1964): 120-27.

Kolodny, Annette. "Inventing a Feminist Discourse: Rhetoric and Resistance in Margaret Fuller's Woman in the Nineteenth Century. New Literary History 25 (1994): 355-82.

_______. “Margaret Fuller’s First Depiction of Indians and the Limits on Social Protest: An Exercise in Women’s Studies Pedagogy.” Legacy 18 (2001): 1-20.

_______. "Margaret Fuller: Recovering Our Mother's Garden." The Land Before Her: Fantasy and Experience of the American Frontiers, 1630-1860. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1984. 112-130.

Kopacz, Paula. "Feminist at the Tribune: Margaret Fuller as Professional Writer." Studies in the American Renaissance  1991. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1991. 119-39.

_______. "The School Journal of Hannah (Anna) Gale." Studies in  the American Renaissance 1996. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1996. 67-113.

Kornfeld, Eve. Margaret Fuller: A Brief Biography with Documents. New York: Bedford Books, 1997.

Loeffelholz, Mary. “Essential, Portable, Mythical Margaret Fuller.” Challenging Boundaries: Gender and Periodization. Ed Joyce W. Warren and Margaret Dickie. Athens. U of Georgia P, 2000. 159-184.

Lott, Deshae.. “Preaching Mysticism: Margaret Fuller and the Veiled Lady. Studia Mystica. 20 (1999): 57-112.

Maddox, Lucy. "Points of Departure: Fuller, Thoreau, and  Parkman." Removals: Nineteenth-Century American Literature and the Politics of Indian Affairs. New York: Oxford UP, 1991. 131-68.

Maxfield-Miller, Elizabeth. "Elizabeth of Concord: Selected Letters of Elizabeth Sherman Hoar (1814-1878) to the Emersons, Family, and the Emerson Circle (Part Two). Studies in the American Renaissance 1985. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1985. 95-156.

_______. "Elizabeth of Concord: Selected Letters of Elizabeth Sherman Hoar (1814-1878) to the Emersons, Family, and the Emerson Circle (Part Three). Studies in the American Renaissance 1986. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1986. 113-198.

Mitchell, Catherine C. "Margaret Fuller's Work Life." Margaret Fuller's New York Journalism: A Biographical Essay and Key Writings. Ed. Catherine C. Mitchell. Knoxville: U of Tennessee P, 1995. 1-48.

Mitchell, Thomas R. Hawthorne's Fuller Mystery. Amherst: U of Massachusetts Press, 1998.

_______. "Julian Hawthorne and the 'Scandal' of Margaret Fuller." American Literary History 7 (Summer 1995): 210-33.

Myerson, Joel. "A Catalogue of Transcendentalist Materials in the  Fruitlands Museums." Studies in the American Renaissance 1995. Ed. Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1995. 1-60.

_______. Margaret Fuller: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism, 1983-1995. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1998.

_______. Margaret Fuller: An Annotated Secondary Bibliography. New York: Burt Franklin, 1977.

_______. Margaret Fuller: A Descriptive Bibliography. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P, 1978.

_______. The New England Transcendentalists and the "Dial": A  History of the Magazine and Its Contributors. Rutherford,  NJ.: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1980.

_______. "Supplement to Margaret Fuller: An Annotated Secondary Bibliography." Studies in the American Renaissance 1984. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1984. 331-85.

_______. "Supplement to Margaret Fuller: A Descriptive Bibliography." Studies in the American Renaissance 1996. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1996. 187-240.

Myller, Monika. “Nineteenth-Century Constructions of Race: Margaret Fuller, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Harriet Beecher Stowe. Holding Their Own: Perspectives on the Multi-Ethnic Literatures of the United States. Ed Dorothea Fischer-Hornung and Heike Raphael-Hernandez. Tübingen, Germany: Stauffenburg, 2000. 191-203.

Packer, Barbara L. "The Transcendentalists." Prose Writing 1820-1865. Ed. Sacvan Bercovitch. New York: Cambridge UP, 1995. 331-604. Vol. 2 of The Cambridge History of American Literature, 1994—

Pochmann, Henry A. German Culture in America: Philosophical and Literary Influences 1600-1900. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1957.

Reynolds, Larry J. "The 'Cause' and Fuller's Tribune Letters." European Revolutions and the American Literary Renaissance. New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 1988. 54-78.

_______. "From Dial Essay to New York Book: The Making of Woman in the Nineteenth Century." Periodical Literature in Nineteenth-Century America. Ed. Kenneth M. Price and Susan Belasco Smith. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1995. 17-34.

_______. “Subjective Vision, Romantic History, and the Return of the ‘Real’: The Case of Margaret Fuller and the Roman Republic.” South Central Review 21 (Spring 2004): 1-17.

Richardson, Robert D., Jr. "Margaret Fuller and Myth." Prospects 4 (1979): 169-184.

Rigsby, Mary. "'So Like Women!': Louisa May Alcott's Work and the Ideology of Relations." Redefining the Political Novel:  American Women Writers, 1797-1901. Ed. Sharon M. Harris. Knoxville: U of Tennessee P, 1995. 109-27.

Ritchie, Amanda. “Margaret Fuller’s First Conversation Series: A Discovery in the Archives.” Legacy 18 (2001): 215-231.

Robinson, David M. “Emerson, Thoreau, Fuller, and Transcendentalism.” Ammerican Literary Scholarship, An Annual, 1989--. Ed. David J. Nordloh. Durham: Duke UP, 1991--.

________. "Margaret Fuller and the Transcendental Ethos: Woman in the Nineteenth Century." PMLA 97 (1982): 83-98.

Rose, Anne C. Transcendentalism as a Social Movement, 1830-1850.  New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 1981.

Rosowski, Susan J. "Margaret Fuller, an Engendered West, and Summer on the Lakes." Western American Literature 25 (1990): 125-44.

Rouse, Joy P. "Margaret Fuller: A Rhetoric of Citizenship in Nineteenth-Century America." Oratorical Culture in Nineteenth-Century America: Transformations in the Theory and Practice of Rhetoric. Ed. Gregory Clark and S. Michael Halloran. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1993. 110-36.

Rowe, John Carlos. “Introduction.” Ralph Waldo Emerson and Margaret Fuller: Selected Works; Essays, Poems, and Dispatches with Introduction. Ed John Carlos Rowe. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2003. 1-17.

________. "Swept Away: Henry James, Margaret Fuller, and 'The Last of the Valeri.'" Readers in History: Nineteenth-Century American Literature and the Contexts of Response. Ed. James L. Machor. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1993. 32- 53.

Saloman, Ora Frishberg. "Margaret Fuller on Musical Life in Boston and New York, 1841-1846." American Music 6 (1988): 428-41.

Sattelmeyer, Robert. Thoreau's Reading: A Study in Intellectual History with Bibliographical Catalogue. Princeton NJ:  Princeton UP, 1988.

Shealy, Daniel. "Margaret Fuller and Her 'Maiden': Evelina  Metcalf's 1838 School Journal." Studies in the American Renaissance 1996. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1996. 41-65.

Showalter, Elaine. "Miranda and Cassandra: The Discourse of the  Feminist Intellectual." Tradition and the Talents of Women.  Ed. Florence Howe. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1991. 311-27.

Shuffelton, Frank. "Margaret Fuller at the Greene Street School: The Journal of Evelina Metcalf." Studies in the American Renaissance 1985. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1985. 29-46.

Simmons, Nancy Craig. "Margaret Fuller's Boston Conversations:  The 1839-1840 Series." Studies in the American Renaissance 1994. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1994. 195-226.

Slochower, Harry. "Margaret Fuller and Goethe." Germanic Review 7 (1932): 130-44.

Smith, Stephanie A. "Engendering a Body of Truth: Fuller,  Emerson, and an Embryonic American Literature." Conceived by Liberty: Maternal Figures and Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1994. 69- 86.

Smith, Susan Belasco. "'The liberal air of all the zones': Another View of the Emerson-Fuller Relationship." CCTE Studies 52 (1987): 28-35.

_______. "Margaret Fuller in New York: Private Letters, Public Texts." Documentary Editing 18 (1996): 63-67, 80.

_______. "Summer on the Lakes: Margaret Fuller and the British."  Resources for American Literary Study 17 (1991): 191-207.

St. Armand, Barton Levi. "Veiled Ladies: Dickinson, Bettine, and Transcendental Mediumship." Studies in the American Renaissance 1987. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of  Virginia, 1987. 1-51.

Steele, Jeffrey. "The Call of Eurydice: Mourning and Intertextuality in Margaret Fuller's Writing." Influence and Intertextuality in Literary History. Ed. Jay Clayton and Eric Rothstein. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1991. 271-97.

_______. "'Freeing the Prisoned Queen': The Development of  Margaret Fuller's Poetry." Studies in the American Renaissance 1992. Ed Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of  Virginia, 1992. 137-75.

_______. "Margaret Fuller's Rhetoric of Transformation." Fuller, Woman in the Nineteenth Century, ed. Reynolds. 278-97.

_______. "Recovering the 'Idea of Woman': Woman in the Nineteenth Century and Its Mythological Background." The Representation of the Self in the American Renaissance.  Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1987. 100-133.

________. Transfiguring America: Myth, Ideology, and Mourning in Margaret Fuller’s Writing. Columbia: U of Missouri P, 2001.

Stern, Madeleine B. and Leona Rostenberg. "Sarah Clarke's Copy of Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli: A Double Association." Manuscripts 43 (1991): 301-315.

Stowe, William W. "Conventions and Voices in Margaret Fuller's  Travel Writing." American Literature 63 (1991): 242-62.

Strauch, Carl F. "Hatred's Swift Repulsions: Emerson, Margaret  Fuller, and Others." Studies in Romanticism 7 (1968): 65-103.

Tilton, Eleanor M. "The True Romance of Anna Hazard Barker and Samuel Gray Ward." Studies in the American Renaissance 1987. Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1987. 53-72.

Tonkovich, Nicole. "Traveling in the West, Writing in the Library: Margaret Fuller's Summer on the Lakes." Legacy 10 (1993): 79-102.

Urbanski, Marie Mitchell Olesen, "The Ambivalence of Ralph Waldo Emerson Towards Margaret Fuller." Margaret Fuller: Visionary of the New Age. Ed. Urbanski. Orono, ME: Northern Lights, 1994. 105-121.

von Frank, Albert J. "Life as Art in America: The Case of Margaret Fuller." Studies in the American Renaissance 1981.  Ed. Joel Myerson. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1981.  1- 26.

von Mehren, Joan. "Fuller Restoration at the Houghton Library." Margaret Fuller Society Newsletter 4 (1996): 5.

_______. Minerva and the Muse: A Life of Margaret Fuller. Amherst: U of Massachusetts P, 1994.

Warren, Joyce W. The American Narcissus: Individualism and Women in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 1984.

Watson, David. Margaret Fuller: An American Romantic. New York: St.Martin's, 1988.

Wood, Mary E. "'With Ready Eye': Margaret Fuller and Lesbianism in Nineteenth-Century American Literature." American Literature 65 (1993): 1-18.

Zwarg, Christina. Feminist Conversations: Fuller, Emerson, and the Play of Reading. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1995.