A Bibliography for Harriet Beecher Stowe
- Stowe, Harriet Beecher. Agnes of Sorrento. 1862. New York: AMS Press, 1971.
- _____. Awakening of the Twentieth Century Woman: Inspirational Writings of Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe.
[S]: s.n., 1917.
[Note: Privately printed edition limited to fifty copies
- _____. Betty's Bright Idea. Also, Deacon Pitkin's Farm, and The First Christmas of New England. 1876. Freeport: Books for Libraries P, 1972.
- _____. The Chimney-corner. 1865. Plainview: Books for Libraries P, 1972.
- _____. Collected Poems. Hartford: Transcendental Books, 1967.
- _____. Collected Poems of Harriet Beecher Stowe. Ed. John M. Moran, Jr. ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 49 (1967): 1-100.
- _____. The Daisy's First Winter and Other Stories. London: Nimmo; Edinburgh: Gray, 1877.
- _____. A Dog's Mission; or, The Story of the Old Avery House, and other Stories. London: Nelson and Sons, 1880.
- _____. Dred; a tale of the Great Dismal Swamp. 1856. New York: AMS P, 1970.
- _____. Elisabeth of the Wartburg. Boston: Liberty Bell, 1856.
- _____. First Geography for Children. Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Co., 1855.
- _____. Flowers and Fruit from the writings of Harriet Beecher Stowe. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1888.
- _____. Footsteps of the Master. New York: Ford and Co., 1877.
- _____. Four Ways of Observing the Sabbath: Sketches from the Note Book of an Elderly Gentleman. Liverpool: Howell, 1853.
- _____. The Gift, a Christmas and New Year's present for 1840. With Eliza Leslie and Deacon Enos. Edgar Allen Poe. Philadelphia: Carey & Hart, 1839.
- _____. He's coming tommorrow. Boston: Advent Christian Publication Society, 1874.
- _____. History of the Edmonson Family. Andover: The Author, 1852.
- _____. House and Home Papers. 1864. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865.
- _____. Household Papers and Stories. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1896.
- _____. "June Studies." June Days: thirty poems by friends of the Union for Home Work. Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1880.
- _____. A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin; Presenting the Original Facts and Documents Upon Which they Story is Founded Together with Corroborative Statements Verifying the Truth of the Work. 1853. Port Washington: Kennikat P, 1968.
- _____. Lady Byron Vindicated; a History of the Byron Contraversy, from its beginnings in 1816 to the present time. 1870. New York: Haskell House, 1970.
- _____. "Let Every Man Mind his own Business." The Christian Keepsake and Missionary Annual. 1839: 239-264.
- _____. Light After Darkness: Religious Poems. London: Sampson Low, Son and Marston, 1867.
- _____. Little Foxes; or, The Little Failings that Mar Domestic Happiness. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1866.
- _____. Little Pussy Willow, also, The Minister's Watermelons. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1881.
- _____. The May Flower, and Miscellaneous Writings. 1855. Freeport: Books for Libraries P, 1972.
- _____. Men of our Times; or, Leading Patriots of the Day. Hartford: Hartford Publishing Co.; New York: Denison, 1868.
- _____. The Minister's Wooing. 1859. Intro. Sandra R. Duguid. Hartford: Stowe-Day Foundation, 1978.
- _____. Ministration of Departed Spirits . . . Boston: American Liberal Tract Society, 1870.
- _____. Mrs. H. B. Stowe on Dr. Monod and the American Tract Society Considered in Relation to American Slavery. [Edinburgh?]: Reprinted for the Edinburgh Ladies' Emancipation Society, 1858.
- _____. My Wife and I: or, Harry Henderson's History. 1871. New York: Ford and Co., 1874.
- _____. Nelly's Heroics with Other Heroic Stories. Boston: Lothrop Co, 1883.
- _____. Oldtown Folks. 1869. Intro. and Ed. Dorothy Berkson. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 1987.
- _____. One Year. N. p.: n. p., n.d.
- _____. The Other World. N. p.: n. p., n.d.
- _____. Our Charley and What to do with him. Boston: Phillips, Sampson, 1858.
- _____. Palmetto-leaves. 1873. Intro. by M. B. Graff and E. Cowles. Gainesville: U of Florida P, 1968.
- _____. The Pearl of Orr's Island: A Story of the Coast of Maine. 1862. Intro. E. Bruce Kirkham. Hartford: Stowe-Day Foundation, 1979.
- _____. Pink and White Tyranny: A Society Novel. 1871. Intro. Judith Martin. New York: New American Library, 1988.
- _____. Poganuc People: Their Loves and Lives. 1878. Intro. Joesph S. Van Why. Hartford: Stowe-Day Foundation, 1977.
- _____. Queer Little People. 1867. New York: Fords, Howard, and Hulbert, 1881.
- _____. Regional Sketches: New England and Florida. Ed. John R. Adams. New Haven: College and UP, 1972.
- _____. Religious Poems. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1867.
- _____. Religious Studies: Sketches and Poems. Cambridge: Riverside P, 1896.
- _____. A reply to "The Affectionate and Christian Address of Many Thousands of Women of Great Britian and Ireland, to their Sisters, the Women of the United States of America." London: S. Low, Son, and Co., 1863.
- _____. Sam Lawson's Oldtown Fireside Stories. 1871. Ridgewood: Gregg P, 1967.
[Notes: The Ghost in the Mill. -- The Minister's Housekeeper. -- The Sullivan Looking-glass. -- The Window's Bandbox. -- Captain Kidd's Money. -- Mis' Elderkin's Pitcher. -- The Ghost in the Cap'n Brown House. -- Colonel Eph's Shoebuckles. -- The Bull-fight. -- How to Fight the Devil. -- Laughin' in Meetin'. -- Tom Toothacre's Ghost Story. -- The Parson's Horse-Race. -- Oldtown Fireside Talks of the Revolution. -- The Student's Sea Story.
- _____. Six of one by Half a Dozen of the Other. Ed. Edward Everett Hale. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1872.
"Sojourner Truth, The Libyan Sibyl" Atlantic Monthly 11 (April 1863): 473-481.
- _____. Sojourner Truth, The Libyan Sibyl
Charlottesville: U of Virginia Library, 1994.
- _____. "Some Foreign Tributes to Lincoln." Ed. by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Lincoln's Birthday. New York: Moffat, Yard & Co., 1909. 202-210.
- _____. Stories, Sketches, and Studies. 1896. New York: AMS P, 1976.
- _____. Stories and Sketches for the Young. Cambridge: Riverside P, 1896.
- _____. Sunny Memories of Foreign Lands. Boston: Phillips, Sampson, and Co.; New York: Derby, 1854.
- _____. "The Tea Rose". Godey's Lady's Book. 24: (March 1842) 145-147.
- _____. The True Story of Lady Byron's Life. London: Macmillan's Magazine, 1869.
- _____. Uncle Sam's Emancipation; Earthly Care a Heavenly Discipline; and other sketches. 1853. Detroit: Negro History P, 196?.
[Notes: Account of Mrs. Beecher Stowe and her Family, by an Alabama Man. -- Uncle Sam's Emancipation. -- Earthly Care; a Heavenly Discipline. -- A Scholar's Adventure in the County. -- Children. -- The Two Bibles. -- Letter from Maine no. 1. -- Letter from Maine no. 2. -- Christmas; or, the Good Fairy.
- _____. Uncle Sam's Emancipation; Earthly Care a Heavenly Discipline; and other tales and sketches. 1853. Freeport: Books for Libraries P, 1970.
[Notes: Uncle Sam's Emancipation. -- Earthly Care; a Heavenly Discipline. -- Hymn. -- The Unfaithful Steward. -- A Scholar's Adventure in the Country. -- Woman, Behold thy Son, part one. -- Woman, Behold thy Son, part two. -- The Two Bibles. -- More Blessed to Give than to Receive. -- Children. -- Christmas; or, the Good Fairy. -- The Two Altars: 1. The Altar of Liberty, or 1776. -- The Two Altars: 2. The Altar of Slavery, 1850. -- The Freeman's Dream. -- The New Year's Gift. -- Letters from Maine, letter 1. -- Letters from Maine, letter2.
Uncle Tom's Cabin or, Life among the Lowly. 1852. New York: Vintage Books, 1991.
- _____. We and our Neighbors; or, The Records of an Unfashionable Street. 1873. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, and Co., 1896.
- _____. We Young Folks: Original Stories for Boys and Girls. Boston: D. Lothrop, 1886.
- _____. Women in Sacred History. 1873. New York: Portland House, 1990.
- _____. Women in Sacred History; a Series of Sketches Drawn from Scriptural, Historical, and Legendary Sources. London: Low, Marston, Low and Searle; New York: Ford and
- Co., 1874.
- _____. The Writings of Harriet Beecher Stowe. New York: AMS P, 1967.
v. 1-2. Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly. --
v. 3-4. Dred, together with Anti-slavery Tales and Papers, and Life in Florida After the War. --
v. 5. The Minister's Wooing. --
v. 6. The Pearl of Orr's Island. --
v. 7. Agnes of Sorrento. --
v. 8. Household Papers and Stories. --
v. 9-10. Oldtown Folks, and Sam Lawson's Oldtown Fireside Stories. --
v. 11. Poganuc People, and Pink and White Tyranny. --
v. 12. My Wife and I; or, Harry Henderson's History. --
v. 13. We and our Neighbors; or, The Records of an Unfashionable Street. --
v. 14. Stories, Sketches, and Studies. --
v. 15. Religious Studies, Sketches, and Poems. --
v. 16. Stories and Sketches for the Young.
- _____. Stowe also edited two publications: Hearth and Home (Dec. 26, 1868-1875) and The Youth's Magazine and Juvenile Harp (1841-?)
- Stowe, Catharine Esther and Harriet Beecher Stowe. The American Woman's Home: or Principles of Domestic Science: being a Guide to the Formation and Maintenance of Economical, Healthiful, Beautiful, and Christian Home. Hartford: Stowe-Day Foundation, 1975.
- Stowe, Charles Edward. Harriet Beecher Stowe in Europe: the Journal of Charles Beecher. Ed. Joseph S. Van Why and Earl French. Hartford: Stowe-Day Foundation, 1986.
- _____. Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe, compiled from her letters and journals by her son, Charles Edward Stowe. 1889. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1967.
- Adams, John R. Harriet Beecher Stowe; Updated Version. Boston: Twayne Pub., 1989.
- _____. "Structure and Theme in the Novels of Harriet Beecher Stowe." American Transcendental Quarterly 24 (1974): 50-55.
- Ahlstrom, Sydney E. A Religious History of the American People. New Haven: Yale UP, 1973.
- Allen, Peter R. "Lord Macaulay's Gift to Harriet Beecher Stowe: The Solution to a Riddle in Trevelyan's Life." Notes and Queries 17 (1970): 23-24.
- Ammons, Elizabeth. "Heroines in Uncle Tom's Cabin." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 49 (1977): 161-79.
- Ammons, Elizabeth and Dorothy Berkson. Critical Essays on Harriet Beecher Stowe. Boston: Hall, 1980.
- Anderson, Beatrice A. "Uncle Tom: A Hero at Last." American Transcendental Quarterly 5.2 (June 1991): 95-108.
- Arner, Robert D. "Jeffersonian Idealism and the Southern Frontier: A Reading of Uncle Tom's Cabin." New Historical Perspectives: Essays on the Black Experience in Antebellum America. Cincinnati: Friends of Harriet Beecher Stowe House and Citzen's Committe on Youth, 1984.
- Ashton, Jean W. Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Reference Guide. Boston: Hall, 1978.
- _____. "Harriet Stowe's Filthy Story: Lord Byron Set Afloat." Prospects: Annual of American Culture Studies 2 (1976): 373-84.
- Askeland, Lori. "Remodeling the Model Home in Uncle Tom's Cabin and Beloved." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 64.4 (Dec 1992): 785-805.
- Baker, Dorothy Z. "Puritan Providences in Stowe's The Pearl of Orr's Island: The Legacy of Cotton Mather." Studies in American Fiction 22.1 (Spring 1994): 61-79.
- Banks, Marva. "Uncle Tom's Cabin and Antebellum Black Response." Readers in History: Nineteenth-Century American Literature and the Contexts of Response. Ed. James L. Machor. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1993. 209-27.
- Baym, Nina. "Melodramas of Beset Manhood: How Theories of American Fiction Exclude Women Authors." American Quarterly 23 (Summer, 1981) 123-39.
- _____. Novels, Readers, and Reviewers. Responses to Fiction in Antebellum America. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1984.
- _____. Woman's Fiction: A Guide to Novels by and About Women in America, 1820-1870. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1978.
- Beach, Seth Curtis. Daughters of the Puritans; A Group of Brief Biographies. 1905. Freeport: Books for Libraries P, 1967.
- Beaver, Harold. "Time on the Cross: White Fiction and Black Messiahs." Yearbook of English Studies 8 (1978): 40-53.
- Bellin, Joshua D. "Up to Heaven's Gate, Down in Earth's Dust: The Politics of Judgment in Uncle Tom's Cabin." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 65.2 (June 1993): 275-95.
- Bender, Eileen T. "Repossessing Uncle Tom's Cabin: Toni Morrison's Beloved. Sel. Papers from the Fourteenth Annual Florida State Univ. Conf. On Lit. & Film." Cultural Power/Cultural Literacy. Ed. Bonnie Braendlin. Tallahassee: Florida State UP, 1991. 129-42.
- Berkson, Dorothy. "'So We All Became Mothers': Harriet Beecher Stowe, Charolette Perkins Gilman, and the New World of Women's Culture." Feminism, Utopia, and Narrative. Ed. Libby Falk Jones and Sarah Webster Goodwin. Knoxville: U of Tennessee P, 1990.
- Bode, Carl. The Anatomy of American Popular Culture 1840-1861. Berkeley and Los Angeles: U of California P, 1959.
- Boyd, Richard. "Violence and Sacrificial Displacement in Harriet Beecher Stowe's Dred." Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 50.2 (Summer 1994): 51-72.
- ______. "Models of Power in Harriet Beecher Stowe's Dred." Studies in American Fiction 19.1 (Spring 1991): 15-30.
- Boydston, Jeanne, Mary Kelly, and Anne Throne Margolis. The Limits of Sisterhood: the Beecher Sisters on Women's Rights and Woman's Sphere. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1988.
- Brandstadter, Evan. "Uncle Tom and Archy Moore: The Antislavery Nove as Ideological Symbol." American Quarterly 26 (1974): 160-75.
- Brown, Gillian. Domestic Individualism: Imagining Self in Nineteenth Century America. Berkeley: U of California P, 1990.
- _____. "Getting in the Kitchen with Dinah: Domestic Politics in Uncle Tom's Cabin." American Quarterly 36.4 (Fall 1984): 503-523.
- Brunson, Martha L. "Novelists as Platform Readers: Dickens, Clemens, and Stowe." Performance of Literature in Historical Perspectives. Eds. David W. Thompson, Wallace A. Bacon, Eugene Bahn, Lee Hudson, and Alethea S. Mattingly. Lanham: UP of America, 1983.
- Buell, Lawrence. "Calvinism Romanticized: Harriet Beecher Stowe, Samuel Hopkins, and The Minister's Wooing." ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 24 (1978): 119-32.
- _____. "Rival Romantic Interpretations of New England Puritanism: Hawthorne versus Stowe." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 25.1 (Spring 1983): 77-99.
- Rev. of The Cabin and the Parlor: Or Slaves and Masters, by J. Thornton Randolph. The Southern Literary Messenger Nov. 1852: 703.
- Cady, Edwin. "'As through a Glass Eye, Darkly': The Bible in the Nineteenth-Century American Novel." The Bible and American Arts and Letters. Ed. Giles Gunn. Philadelphia: Scholars, 1983. 33-55.
- Camfield, Gregg. "The Moral Aesthetics of Sentimentality: A Missing Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin." Nineteenth-Century Literature 43.3 (Dec 1988): 319-45.
- Cass, Jeffrey. "Harriet Beecher Stowe's Acts of Theological Terror: Conservatism in Uncle Tom's Cabin." Selected Essays from the International Conference on Word and World of Discovery. Carrollton: Dept. of English, West Georgia Coll., 1992. 21-30.
- Cassara, Ernest. "The Rehabilitation of Uncle Tom: Significant Themes in Mrs. Stowe's Antislavery Novel." College Language Association Journal 17 (1973): 230-40.
- Cherniavsky, Eva. "Revivification and Utopian Time: Poe versus Stowe." The American Face of Edgar Allen Poe. Eds. Shawn Rosenheim and Stephen Rachman. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1995. 121-38.
- Child, Lydia Maria. An Appeal for that Class of Americans Called Africans. Boston: Allen & Ticknor, 1833.
- _____. The Letters of Lydia Maria Child. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1883.
- Clark, Rev. D.W. "Literary Women of America. Number XII. Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe." Ladies' Repository (March 1858): 171-74.
- Cole, Phyllis. "Stowe, Jacobs, Wilson: White Plots and Black Counterplots." New Perspectives on Gender, Race, and Class in Society. Ed. Audrey T. McCluskey. Bloomington: Indiana Univ, 1990. 23-45.
- Cott, Nancy F., ed. Root of Bitterness. Documents of the Social History of American Women. Boston: Northeastern UP, 1972.
- _____. The Bonds of Womanhood: "Woman's Sphere" in New England 1780-1835. New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 1977.
- Cott, Nancy F. and Elizabeth H. Pleck. A Heritage of Her Own: Toward a New Social History of American Women. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1979.
- Coultrap-McQuin, Susan. Doing Literary Business. American Women Writers in the Nineteenth Century. Chapel Hill: The U of North Carolina P, 1990.
- Cox, James M. "Harriet Beecher Stowe: From Sectionalism to Regionalism." Nineteenth-Century Literature 38.4 (March 1984): 444-446.
- Cox, John F. "Uncle Tom's Cabin: A Pre-Raphaeltie Reaction." Notes and Queries 22 (1975): 111-12.
- Cross, Barbara M. "Stowe, Harriet Beecher." Notable American Women, 1607-1950. Cambridge: Belknap P, 1971.
- Crosthwaite, Jane. "Women and Wild Beasts: Versions of the Exotic in Nineteenth Century American Art." Southern Humanities Review 19.2 (Spring 1985): 97-114.
- Crumpacker, Laurie. "Four Novels of Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Study in Nineteenth-Century Androgyny." American Novelists Revisited: Essays in Feminist Criticism. Boston: Hall, 1982.
- Davidson, Cathy N., ed. Reading in America: Literature & Social History. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins UP, 1989.
- _____. Revolution and the Word: The Rise of the Novel in America. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1986.
- Davis, Richard B. "Mrs. Stowe's Characters-in-Situations and a Southern Literary Tradition." Essays on American Literature in Honor of Jay B. Hubbell. Ed. Clarence Gohdes. Durham: Duke UP, 1967.
- DeCanio, Stephen J. "Uncle Tom's Cabin: A Reappraisal." The Centennial Review 34.4 (Fall 1990): 587-593.
- Donovan, Josephine. Uncle Tom's Cabin. Evil, Affliction, and Redemptive Love. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1991.
- _____. "Harriet Beecher Stowe's Feminism." American Transcendental Quarterly 47-48 (Summer-Fall 1980): 141-157.
- Dorsey, Peter A. "De-Authorizing Slavery: Realism in Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin and Brown's Clotel." ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 41.4 (1995): 256-88.
- Douglas, Ann. The Feminization of American Culture. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 19
- Duvall, John N. "Authentic Ghost Stories: Uncle Tom's Cabin, Absalom, Absalom!, and Beloved." The Faulkner Journal 4.1-2 (Fall 1988-Spring 1989): 83-97.
- Duvall, Severn. "Uncle Tom's Cabin: The Sinister Side of Patriarchy." The New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 36 (1963): 3-22.
- Eakin, Paul John. The New England Girl: Cultural Ideals in Hawthorne, Stowe, Howells, and James. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1976.
- Egberts, Oliver. "The Little Cabin of Uncle Tom." College English 26 (1965): 355-361.
- Emig, Janet A. "The Flower in the Cleft: The Writings of Harriet Beecher Stowe." Bulletion of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio 21 (1963): 223-238.
- Felker, Christopher D. Reinventing Cotton Mather in the American Renaissance: Magnalia Christia Americana in Hawthorne, Stowe, and Stoddard. Boston: Northeastern UP, 1994.
- Fiedler, Leslie. "Home as Haven, Home as Hell: Uncle Tom's Canon." Rewriting the Dream: Reflections on the Changing American Literary Canon. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1992. 22-42.
- Fields, Annie. Life and Letters of Harriet Beecher Stowe. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1970.
- Fisch, Audrey A. "'Exhibiting Uncle Tom in Some Shape of Other': The Commodification and Reception of Uncle Tom's Cabin in England." Nineteenth-Century Contexts 17.2 (1993): 145-58.
- Fisher, Philip. "Partings and Ruins: Radical Sentimentality in Uncle Tom's Cabin." Amerikastudien/American Studies 28.3 (1983): 279-293.
- Fleischner, Jennifer. "Mothers and Sisters: The Family Romance of Antislavery Women Writers." Feminist Nightmares: Women at Odds: Feminism and the Problem of Sisterhood. Eds. Susan Ostrov Weisser and Jennifer Fleischner. New York: New York UP, 1994. 125-41.
- Fluck, Winfried. "The Power and Failure of Representation in Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin." New Literary History: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation 23.2 (Spring 1992): 319-38.
- Foreman, P. Gabrielle. "'This Promiscuous Housekeeping': Death, Transgression, and Homoeroticism in Uncle Tom's Cabin." Representations 43 (Summer 1993): 51-72.
- Fredrickson, George M. The Black Image in the White Mind: The Debate on Afro-American Character and Destiny, 1817-1914. New York: Harper and Row, 1971.
- Freibert, Lucy M. and Barbara A. White. Hidden Hands, An Anthology of American Women Writers, 1790-1870. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 1985.
- Fritz, Jean. Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Beecher Preachers. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1994.
- Furnas, J.C. Goodbye to Uncle Tom. New York: William Sloane Associates, 1956.
- Gabler-Hover, Janet. Truth in American Fiction. The Legacy of Rhetorical Idealism. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1990.
- Gardiner, Jane. "The Assault upon Uncle Tom: Attempts of Pro-Slavery Novelists to Answer Uncle Tom's Cabin, 1952-1860." Southern Humanities Review 12 (1978): 313-24.
- Geary, Susan. "Harriet Beecher Stowe, John P. Jewett, and Author-Publisher Relations in 1853." Studies in the American Renaissance (1977): 345-67.
- Goodman, Charlotte. "From Uncle Tom's Cabin to Vyry's Kitchen: The Black Female Folk Tradition in Margaret Walker's Jubilee." Tradition and the Talents of Women. Ed. Florence Howe. Chicago: U of Illinois P, 1990.
- Goshgarian, G.M. To Kiss the Chastening Rod: Domestic Fiction and Sexual Ideology in the American Renaissance. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1992.
- Graham, Thomas. "Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Question of Race." The New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 46 (?): 614-22.
- Greene, Gayle. Changing the Story, Feminist Fiction and the Tradition. Bloomington: Indiana U P, 1991.
- Grinstein, Alexander. "Uncle Tom's Cabin and Harriet Beecher Stowe: Beating Fantasies and Thoughts of Death." American Image: A Psychoanalytic Journal for Culture, Science, and the Arts 40.2 (Summer 1983): 115-144.
- Hale, Sarah Josepha. Biography of Distinguished Women; or Woman's Record, from the Creation of A.D. 1869. 3rd ed., revised. New York: Harper & Bros., 1876.
- _____. Flora's Interpreter, and Fortuna Flora. 1832. Boston: Chase and Nichols, 1865.
- Hamand, Wendy F. "'No Voice from England': Mrs. Stowe, Mr. Lincoln, and the British in the Civil War." The New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters
61.1 (March 1988): 3-24.
- Hanaford, Phebe A. Daughters of America; or, Women of the Century. Augusta: True and Co., 1882.
- Harris, Susan K. 19th-Century American Women's Novels. Interpretive Strategies. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1990.
- Hart, James D. The Popular Book, a History of America's Literary Taste. Berkeley: U of California P, 1950.
- Hart, John S. The Female Prose Writers of America. Philadelphia: E.H. Butler & Co., 1852.
- Haskell, John D., Jr. "Addenda to Hildreth: Harriet Beecher Stowe." PBSA: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 72 (1978): 348.
- Hedrick, Joan D. Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Life. New York: Oxford UP, 1994.
- ______. "'Peaceable Fruits': The Ministry of Harriet Beecher Stowe." American Quarterly 40.3 (Sept 1988): 307-332.
- Henning, Martha L. Beyond Understanding: Appeals to the Imagination, Passions, and Will in Mid-Nineteenth-Century American Women's Fiction.
New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 1996. 1(800)770-5264
- Henson, Josiah. Uncle Tom's Story of his Life: an Autobiography of the Rev. Josiah Henson, 1789-1876; with a preface by Harriet Beecher Stowe and an Introductory Note by George Sturge and S. Morley; edited by John Lobb. London: Cass, 1971.
- Hildreth, Margaret Holbrook. Harriet Beecher Stowe: a Bibliography. Hamden: Archon Books, 1976.
- Hill, Herbert. "'Uncle Tom' An Enduring American Myth." Crisis 72 (1965): 289-95.
- Hirsh, Stephen A. "Uncle Tomitudes: The Popular Reaction to Uncle Tom's Cabin." Studies in the American Reinassance (1978) 303-30.
- Hovet, Grace Ann and Theodore R. Hovet. "TABLEAUX VIVANTS: Masculine Vision and Feminine Reflections in Novels by Warner, Alcott, Stowe, and Wharton." American Transcendental Quarterly 7.4 (Dec 1993): 335-56.
- Hovet, Theodore R. "Christian Revolution: Harriet Beecher Stowe's Response to Slavery and the Civil War." The New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 47(1974): 535-49.
- _____. "Modernization and the American Fall into Slavery in Uncle Tom's Cabin." The New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 54.4 (Dec. 1981): 499-518.
- Hudson, Benjamin F. "Another View of 'Uncle Tom'" Phylon: The Atlanta University Review of Race and Culture 24 (1963): 79-87.
- Jehlen, Myra. "The Family Militant: Domesticity versus Slavery in Uncle Tom's Cabin." Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 31.4 (Fall 1989): 383-400.
- Jenkins, Jennifer L. "Failed Mothers and Fallen House: The Crisis of Domesticity in Uncle Tom's Cabin." ESQ. A Journal of the American Renaissance 38.2 (1992): 161-87.
- Jobes, Katharine T. "From Stowe's Eagle Island to Jewett's 'A White Heron'." Colby Library Quarterly 10 (1974): 515-21.
- Johnston, Johanna and Ronald Himaler. Harriet and the Runaway Book: The Story of Harriet Beecher Stowe and Uncle Tom's Cabin. New York: Harper, 1977.
- Johnston, Norma. Harriet: the Life and World of Harriet Beecher Stowe. New York: Beech Tree, 1996.
- Jones, Michael O. "'Ye Must Contrive Allers to Keep Jest the Happy Medium Between Truth and Falsehood': Folklore and the Folk in Mrs. Stowe's Fiction." New York Folklore Quarterly 27 (1971): 357-69.
- Joswick, Thomas P. "'The Crown Without Conflict': Religious Vaules and Moral Reasoning in Uncle Tom's Cabin." Nineteenth-Century Literature 39.3 (Dec 1984): 253-274.
- Kaplan, Bruce Eric. Cartoon. New Yorker. 10 Aug. 1992: 59.
- Kelley, Mary. Private Woman, Public Stage. Literary Domesticity in Nineteenth-Century America. New York: Oxford UP, 1984.
- ______. "At War with Herself: Harriet Beecher Stowe as a Woman in Conflict within the Home." American Studies 19.2 (1978): 23-40.
- Kerr, Howard. "'The Blessed Dead': The Transformation of Occult Experience in Harriet Beecher Stowe's Oldtown Folks." Literature and the Occult: Essays in Comparative Literature. Ed. Luanne Frank. Arlington: U of Texas at Arlington, 1977. 174-87.
- Kimball, Gayle. The Religious Ideas of Harriet Beecher Stowe: her Gospel of Womanhood. New York: Mellen Press, 1982.
- Kirkham, E. Bruce. "'To the Ladies': Three Unrecorded Essays by Harriet Beecher Stowe." The Old Northwest: A Journal of Regional Life and Letters. 15.3 (Fall 1990): 135-41.
- _____. The Building of Uncle Tom's Cabin. Knoxville: U of Tennessee P, 1977.
- _____. "Harriet Beecher Stowe's Western Tour." The Old Northwest 1 (1975): 35-49.
- _____. "The Source of The Shipwreck in the Pearl of Orr's Island." American Transcendental Quarterly: A Journal of New England Writers 40 (1978): 365-66.
- Krog, Carl E. "Women, Slaves, and Family in Uncle Tom's Cabin: Symbolic Battleground in Antebellum America." Midwest Quarterly: A Journal of Contemporary Thought 31.2 (Winter 1990): 252-269.
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Martha L. Henning, Ph.D.
Division of English and Modern Languages
Portland Community College
P.O. Box 19000
Portland, OR 97280-0990