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Susanna Moodie – Bibliography of Major Works




As Susanna Strickland
As Susanna Moodie
Scholarly books and facsimile editions


As Susanna Strickland

Spartacus: a Roman Story. London: A. K. Newman, 1822.

The Little Quaker or, the Triumph of Virtue. London: Thomas Cole, n.d.

The Sailor Brother or, the History of Thomas Saville. London: Dean and Munday, n.d.

The Little Prisoner or, Passion and Patience. London: Dean and Munday, n.d.

Hugh Latimer or, the School-Boy's Friendship. London: Dean and Munday, 1828.

Rowland Massingham or, I will be my Own Master. London: Dean and Munday, n.d.

Profession and Principle or, the Vicar's Tales. London: Dean and Munday, n.d.

Patriotic Songs (poems by Susanna and Agnes Strickland). London: R. Green, 1830.

The history of Mary Prince, a West Indian slave. London: Westley and Davis Edinburgh: Waugh and Innis, 1831.

Negro Slavery Described by a Negro: Being the Narrative of Ashton Warner, a Native of St. Vincent's. London: Maunder, 1831.

Enthusiasm, and other poems. London: Smith, Elder, 1831.

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As Susanna Moodie

Roughing It in the Bush or, Life in Canada (2 vols.). London: Richard Bentley, 1852.

Mark Hurdlestone, the Gold Worshipper (2 vols.). London: Richard Bentley, 1853.

Life in the Clearings versus the Bush. London: Richard Bentley, 1853.

Flora Lyndsay or, Passages in an Eventful Life. London: Richard Bentley, 1854.

Matrimonial Speculations. London: Richard Bentley, 1854.

Geoffrey Moncton or, the Faithless Guardian. New York: DeWitt and Davenport, 1855.

The World Before Them (3 vols.). London: Richard Bentley, 1868.

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Scholarly books and facsimile editions incorporating Moodie's writing

The Victoria Magazine, 1847-48, facsimile edition. W. H. New, ed. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1968.

Roughing It in the Bush or, Life in Canada. CEECT Series, no. 5. Carl Ballstadt, ed. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1988.

Voyages: Short Narratives of Susanna Moodie. John Thurston, ed. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1991.

The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave, Related by Herself. Moira Ferguson, ed. London: Pandora, 1987.

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