Henry Mackenzie Bibliography

The Man of Feeling 1771
Begun in 1767, a best-selling novel, in imitation of Laurence Sterne’s “novel of sensibility”. “Unlike Rousseau and Sterne, Mackenzie offered nothing that would upset the pious or the prudish. His was the melancholy tale of a man whose life was a succession of sentimental encounters with the harsh realities of the world and who devoted it to mitigating them.” (Langford, A Polite and Commercial People, p. 481.)
The Man of the World 1773
The Prince of Tunis 1773
A successful tragedy, written for the Edinburgh stage.
Julia de Roubigné 1777
The Mirror 1779
Published in 1779-80.