Charlotte Smith Bibliography

Elegiac Sonnets and Other Essays 1784
In 1786, Smith produced a translation of Prevost’s Manon Lescaut, which was subsequently withdrawan on grounds of morality.
Emmeline, or the Orphan of the Castle 1788
Ethelinde, or the Recluse of the Lake 1789
Desmond 1792
Based on the innocent love of a man for a married woman, Desmond was accused of immorality. Its political ideals, based on those of the French Revolution, were also attacked.
The Old Manor House 1793
The Old Manor House 1793
Considered Smith’s finest novel.
The Emigrants 1793
A novel admired by Leigh Hunt.
Marchmont 1796
The Young Philosopher 1798
Beachy Head 1804