Detailed Bibliography of Dorothy Richardson

Works by Richardson

1.1. Manuscripts
1.2. Novels
1.3. Short Stories
1.4. Poems
1.5. Non-Fiction Books
1.6. Translations by Dorothy M. Richardson
1.7. Prefaces and Forewords
1.8. Contributions to Periodicals
1.8.1. Reviews
1.8.2. Essays
1.8.3. Sketches
1.8.4. Translations from Periodicals
1.9. Autobiography, Correspondence, and Miscellanea
1.9.1. Autobiography and Miscellanea
1.9.2 Correspondence
1.10 Reprints of Shorter Works by DMR

1.1 Manuscript Collections

The manuscripts of Pointed Roofs and March Moonlight are held at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.

The manuscript of Dimple Hill is held at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Centre, University of Texas at Austin.

The manuscript of Dawn's Left Hand is held in the Special Collections of the McFarlin Library, University of Tulsa.


The Beinecke Library at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, holds the largest collection of Richardson papers. There are further items of interest in the Bryher (Winifred Ellerman) papers and in the H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) papers.

Richardson Papers

The online catalogue documents all the holdings in great detail. They contain: the largest holding of her correspondence; correspondence by others about her; autobiographical and biographical information; clippings of her journalism and book reviews; photographs; various manuscripts and typescripts of her writings; and the manuscripts of Pointed Roofs and March Moonlight. There are also a couple of drawings by Alan Odle.

H.D. Papers

Again fully documented in the online catalogue. These include letters and postcards from Richardson to H.D. and handwritten notes on Dorothy Richardson and Alan Odle.

Bryher Papers

These include: correspondence between Richardson and Bryher; biographical material on Richardson; two letters to H.D; Havelock Ellis's letters to Bryher which have a brief discussion of the Trap; clippings of articles and published letters about Alan Odle and Richardson; clippings of reviews of the 1967 edition; a few photographs from Alan Odle and Richardon's trip to Switzerland.

Louise Morgan-Otto Theis Papers

These include: letters from Richardson to Louise Morgan and Otto Theis; letters from Robert McAlmon about Richardson; correspondence between Louise Morgan and Rose Odle; Morgan's memories of Bryher including an account of Richardson at one of Bryher's parties; handwritten notes on Richardson by Louise Morgan; two photograph of paintings by Adrian Allinson. There are various publications and clippings about Richardson that came out after her death. Amongst the papers is copy of the Newsletter of the Conference on Literature and Psychology of the Modern Language Association, Vol. IV, February 1954, No.1., which include a brief report on Richardson from by Joseph Prescott, Department of English, Wayne University, Detroit.

Robert McAlmon Papers

These include ten letters from Richardson to McAlmon.

The Beinecke also includes a copy of John Reeves Ellerman's Why Do They Like It, which has a foreword by Richardson; and three letters from her sister Jessie Hale about Richardson written after her death.


The Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection, New York Public Library holds: Letters from Richardson to 'Owen Wadsworth' (Percy Beaumont Wadsworth); to Flora Wadsworth Coates; to Edward Sackville-West; to J. B. Pinker; articles by Richardson in Focus: a Periodical to the Point in Matters of Health, Wealth, & Life.



The British Library, holds letters from Richardson to E.B.C. Jones, S.S. Kotielansky, Robert Nichols, Geoffrey West.


Cambridge University Library holds letters from Richardson to Alan Steele.


The Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library holds a letter from Richardson to Donald Leman Clark and a letter to Lita Hornick.


The Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University holds typed notes (copies) regarding childhood memories by Richardson's sister Jessie Hale; a typed copy of a letter to Jessie, 1944; two letters from Jessie Hale; and a letter to Charlotte Perkins Gilman about her book Women and Economics.


The Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies County Hall, Hertford, UK holds a letter from Richardson to Lady Ethel Desborough.


The Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne holds 3 letters from Amy Catherine Wells, H.G. Well's second wife and old schoolfriend of Richardson's; 1 letter from H. G. Wells to Richardson; 1 telegram from Richardson to H. G. Wells.


The International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam. Netherlands holds 5 letters from Richardson to Charles Daniel.


The Special Collections Department, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, IA holds 1 letter from Richardson to Grace Tomkinson; 4 letters to Ogden Heath; 3 postcards and 2 letters to Ferner Nuhn; 5 letters to Ruth Suckow; 1 letter to Ruth Suckow and Ferner Nuhn.


The The Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana holds 1 letter to Louis Untermeyer; and 1 pc and 1 letter to Josephine K. Piercy including typewritten account of Richardson's method.


The Harry Ransom Research Center, University of Austin, Texas

Summary of Holdings The second most important collection of Richardon papers, the centre holds a manuscript copy of Dimple Hill. Letters include Richardson's letters to Vincent Brome about H.G. Wells. Richardson's letter to PEN soliciting support for Robert Newman, a refugee from the Nazis in 1933. All correspondence relating to the Richardson's American publishers A. A. Knopf Inc. is held in the Alfred A. Knopf Inc. Collection. The papers relating to Kay Dick's yield some fascinating biographical information about Richardson's final years. There is also a handwritten essay by Edith Sitwell and notes by the journalist, Kay Dick and the French philosopher, Gabriel Marcel. The collection now also includes boxes of material donated by Harold Fromm, which includes correspondence between Gloria Fromm, Richardson's biographer and friends and relatives of Richardson. Full details can be found at Harold Fromm's website.

Manuscripts Richardson manuscripts 1 autograph manuscript with revisions of Dimple Hill dated 1 November 1935 at 'Rose Cottage' pp.126. 1 proof copy pp.152.

Documents relevant to Richardson Rolfe Arnold Scott-James, 'Dorothy Richardson', typed manuscript. pp.6. Edith Sitwell, 'Three Women Writers: Katherine Mansfield, Dorothy Richardson, and Gertrude Stein' (cross-reference), autograph essay in notebook. The publisher's record for Pilgrimage can be found in the A. A. Knopf Collection, Folder 962.2. Clippings of reviews of the 1967 edition (cross reference to bibliography) of Pilgrimage are in the A. A. Knopf Collection, Folder 1451 Clipping of Leon Edel, 'Feminine Realist', in Kay Dick Papers, Subseries C, Folder 10.11. Kay Dick and Kathleen Farrell, 'Notes on Dorothy Richardson', autograph notes in Kay Dick Papers, Subseries C, Folder 10.12 - fascinating account of interviews with Rose Odle, which suggest that Richardson had been moved under protest to a nursing home. Gabriel Marcel, the French existentialist philosopher, 'Notes sur Dorothy Richardson', detailed notes on the 1938 edition. An autograph manuscript of V. S. Pritchett's review of Pilgrimage and a typed carbon copy of the same.

Letters from Richardson Terence Ian Fytton Armstrong (1item) Vincent Brome (24 items) Isidore Rosenbaum Brussel, the 'book scout' (I. R. Brussel Papers, Folder 1.6) Thomas Burke (1 item) Curtis Brown, the literary agent (13 items including 1 letter to the International Publishers Bureau) Rupert Croft-Cooke, the writer (5 items) Alyse Gregory (1 item) Joseph Maunsell Hone (Yeat's biographer) (1 item) Frederick C. Joiner (11 items) Edward Garnett, the literary agent (8 items) Compton Mackenzie (4 items) Louise Morgan "Louise Theis" (6 items) John Middleton Murry, editor of The Adelphi (3 items) Claude Houghton Oldfield, the author 'Claude Houghton' (10 items) PEN (3 items) Rolfe Arnold Scott-James (1 item) Hugh Walpole (9 items) Geoffrey West - filed as G. H. Wells (2 items and Richardson's reply to West's questionnaire) Correpondence between Richardson and A. A. Knopf Inc., 1922-1949 in the Alfred. A. Knopf Inc. Collection, Folder 665.1.

Letters to Richardson Hermon Ould, the secretary of the international PEN club (3 items)

Letters relevant to Richardson Alan Odle to Isidore Rosenbaum Brussel (I. R. Brussel Papers, Folder 1.3) Rose Odle to Jacob Schwartz re the Richardson manuscripts Bryher to John Lehmann (2 items) Richard Church to Henry Major Tomlinson (1 item) Correspondence relating to the 1967 edition of Pilgrimage can be found in the Alfred A. Knopf Collection Folders 473.1, 489.9, 865.3. Other correspondence from the Knopf Collection from after Richardson's death in 1957 can be found in Folders 242.8, 423.4. Correspondence between Kay Dick and Rose Odle about Richardson and her papers, Kay Dick Papers, Subseries C, Folder 10.11 Rose Odle to Edward Nehls, biographer of Lawrence (1 item) Alan Odle to Charles Houghton [Oldfield], which George H. Thomson dates as from WII. These give Interesting insights into Alan Odle's aesthetic outlook. Some of the letters include annotations and comments from Richardson.


The University of Manchester Library Special Collections hold 3 letters from Richardson to Richard Church.


The The National Library of Ireland holds a letter from Richardson to Sheila Wingfield.


The Paterno Library, Pennsylvania State University holds: Letters from Richardson to 'Owen Wadsworth' (Percy Beaumont Wadsworth); to Flora Wadsworth Coates; to Edward Sackville-West; to J. B. Pinker; articles by Richardson in Focus: a Periodical to the Point in Matters of Health, Wealth, & Life.


The Firestone Library, Princeton University holdscorrespondence with Stanley Kunitz and Sylvia Beach. Also correspondence between J. M. Dent and Sons and Sylvia Beach and various reviews.


The The Fondren Library, Rice University holdsletters to Curtis Brown, representative of the International Publishing Bureau.



The Special Collections, McFarlin Library, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK.

The library's holdings are organized into three series:

Series 1: Correspondence, 1928-1952, arranged alphabetically by surname, consists of 57 autograph letters and cards, as well as typescript transcriptions of letters, from Richardson to Eliot Bliss, Peggy Kirkcaldy, Rose Odle, and John Hinsdale Thompson; one typescript transcription of a letter from John Cowper-Powys to Richardson; one typescript transcription of a letter from Phyllis Cowper-Powys to Rose Odle; thirteen autograph and typescript letters and postcards from H. G. Wells to Richardson; one autograph letter from Miriam Grossman to Leon Edel; and one autograph transcription of an excerpt of a letter from Rose Odle to Leon Edel.

Series 2: Writings, 1909-1959, arranged alphabetically by title, consist of the manuscript for Richardson's novel Dawn's Left Hand, typescript and carbon copy typescript transcriptions of articles by Richardson, reminiscences of Richardson by Elizabeth Odle Turner and Pauline Marrian, and a checklist and annotated bibliography by Gloria Glikin. Also included in this series is the draft autobiographical work, Adrian Allinson: A Painter's Pilgrimage, heavily annotated by Richardson, together with twenty-eight poems and a lecture by Allinson, again with annotations by Richardson.

Series 3: Miscellaneous materials consist of a pocket notebook belonging to Leon Edel and photocopied press cuttings relating to Richardson.

Additional correspondence can be found at: the Brotherton Library, Leeds University; the Geoffrey Meany Memorial Archives, National Labor College, Silver Spring, MD; University of Reading Library; Surrey Historical Service, County Archive, Working, Surrey, UK; Special Collections, Syracuse University Library; Washington University Libraries, St Louis, Missouri; Porter Library, Special Collections, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON. For full details see George H. Thomson, Dorothy Richardson: A Calendar of Letters. ELT Press, E-Book, 2007.

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1.2. Novels

1.2.1 British First Editions
Pointed Roofs. Introd. J.D. Beresford. London: Duckworth, 1915.
Backwater. London: Duckworth, 1916.
Honeycomb. London: Duckworth, 1917.
The Tunnel. Introd. "The novels of Dorothy Richardson by May Sinclair. Extracts from an article published in The Egoist April 1918." London: Duckworth, [Feb.] 1919.
Interim. London: Duckworth, [Dec.] 1919.
Deadlock. London: Duckworth, 1921.
Revolving Lights. London: Duckworth, 1923.
The Trap. London: Duckworth, 1925.
Oberland. London: Duckworth, 1927.
Dawn's Left Hand. London: Duckworth, 1931.
Clear Horizon. London: J.M. Dent & The Cresset Press, 1935.

1.2.2. British Collected Editions
Pilgrimage. 4 vols. [inc. author's Fwd. and Dimple Hill for the first time] London: J.M. Dent & The Cresset Press, 1938.
Pilgrimage. 4 vols. [inc. March Moonlight for the first time]. Introd. by Walter Allen. London: J.M. Dent, 1967.
Pilgrimage. 4 vols. Introd. by Gillian Hanscombe. London: Virago, 1979.

1.2.3. American Editions Pointed Roofs. Introd. J.D. Beresford. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1916.
Backwater. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1917.
Backwater. New ed. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1919.
Honeycomb. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1919.
Pointed Roofs. Introd. by May Sinclair. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1919.
The Tunnel. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1919.
Interim. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1920.
Deadlock. Fwd. by Wilson Follett. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1921.
Revolving Lights. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1923.
The Trap. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1925.
Oberland. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1928.

In the mid-thirties, Peter Smith imported copies of the British editions of Dawn's Left Hand and Clear Horizon, included them in his catalogue, and sold them to his American readership.

Pointed Roofs Ed. Stephen Ross and Tara Thomson. Introduction by Stephen Ross. Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview, 2014. The Tunnel Ed. Stephen Ross and Tara Thomson. Introduction by Stephen Ross. Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview, 2014.

1.2.4 American Collected Editions
Pilgrimage. 4 vols. [including Dimple Hill. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1938.
Pilgrimage. 4 vols. [inc. March Moonlight]. Introd. by Walter Allen. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1967.
Pilgrimage. 4 vols. New York: Popular Library, 1976.
Pilgrimage. Vol.1: Pointed Roofs. Backwater. Honeycomb. Rpt. from Virago ed. 1979. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1989.

1.2.5. Translations of the Novels
Pointed Roofs. Introd. and Notes Junzaburo Nishiwaki. Tokyo: Kenkyusha, 1934.
Pointed Roofs. Trans. Marcelle Sibon. Paris: Mercure de France, 1965.
Eau Morte. Pélerinage II: Roman. [Backwater.] Trans. Pierre Leyris. Arles: Editions Bernard Coutoz, 1989.
Impasse: Roman. [Deadlock.] Trans. by Françoise Defromont. Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 1992.
Die Schatten der Giebel. [Pointed Roofs]. Trans. Clara Munk. Schligenstadt: Mühlbach, Huk., 1993.

1.2.6. Serialisations and Extracts
Interim. Serialised in Little Review: VI (June 1919): 3-25, (July): 11-24, (Aug.): 5-28, (Sept.): 56-61, (Oct.): 38-54, (Nov.): 34-38, (Dec.): 20-28; VI (Jan. 1920): 37-48, (Mar.):17-26, (Apr.): 26-34; VII (May-June 1920): 53-61.
"Work in Progress." [Selection from The Trap]. Contact Collection of Contemporary Writers. Paris: Contact, 1925: 217-236.
"Sleigh Ride." [Selection from Oberland]. Outlook, 58 (11 Dec. 1926): 588.
"Two Selections from Clear Horizon." Signatures: Work in Progress, 1 (Spring 1936): 67-86.
"Work in Progress." Life and Letters, 49 (Apr. 1946): 20-44.
"Work in Progress." Life and Letters, 49 (May 1946): 99-114.
"Work in Progress." Life and Letters, 51 (Nov. 1946): 79-88.

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1.3 Short Stories
"Sunday." Arts and Letters, ns 2 (Summer 1919): 113-115.
"Christmas Eve." Arts and Letters, ns 3 (Winter 1920): 32-35.
"Death." Weekly Westminster, ns 1 (9 Feb. 1924): 466.
"Short Story: In the Garden." The Queen, 2 July 1924:11.
"Ordeal." Window, 1 (Oct. 1930): 2-9.
"Nook on Parnassus." Life and Letters To-day, 13 (Dec. 1935): 84-88.
"Tryst." English Story, 2nd ser. 1941: 69-73.
"Haven." Life and Letters To-day, 42 (Aug. 1944): 97-105.
"Excursion." English Story, 6th ser. 1945: 107-112.
"Visitor." Life and Letters, 46 (Sept. 1945): 167-172.
"Visit." Life and Letters, 46 (Sept. 1945): 173-181.
"A Stranger About." English Story, 9th ser. 1949: 90-94.

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1.4. Poems
"It is Finished." Weekly Westminster Gazette, 2 (7 Aug. 1923): 17.
"Barbara." Sphere, XCV (13 October 1923), p. 46.
"Truth." Weekly Westminster, ns I (5 January 1924), p. 316.
"Helen." Golden Hind, II (April 1924), p. 31.
"Waiting." Poetry, XXIV (June 1924), pp. 142-144.
"Buns for Tea." Poetry, XXIV (June 1924), pp. 144-145.
"Discovery." Sphere, XCVIII (2 August 1924), p. 142.
Rpt. "Three Poems: Sussex--Discovery--Barbara." Poetry, XXVII (November 1925), pp. 67-69.
"Disaster." Adelphi, II (September 1924), p. 277.
"Spring Upon the Threshold." Sphere, C (28 March 1925), p. 350.
"Message." Outlook, LIX (8 January 1927), p. 28. "Gift." Outlook, LXI (2 June 1928), p. 678.
"Afternoon Tea." The Queen, 28 December 1930, p. 13.
"Nor Dust Nor Moth." American Mercury, L (May 1940), p. 111.
"Dark Harmony." Spectator, CLXIV (18 December 1942), p. 573.

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1.5. Non-Fiction Books
The Quakers: Past and Present. London: Constable; New York: Dodge, [Feb.] 1914.
Gleanings from the Works of George Fox. London: Headley Brothers, [May] 1914.
John Austen and the Inseparables. Fwd. and Decorations by John Austen. London: William Jackson, 1930.
Two different editions were published: (a) printed on 'ordinary paper'. Sold for 3s 6d; (b) 125 copies printed on handmade paper. These are signed by both Austen and Richardson. Sold as the 'edition de luxe' for 10s 6d.

1.6. Translations by Dorothy M. Richardson
Dorothy Richardson's name appears as translator on each title-page.
Consumption Doomed: A Lecture on the Cure of Tuberculosis by Dr Paul Carton. Healthy Life Booklets. Vol. 7. London: C.W. Daniel, 1913.
Some Popular Foodstuffs Exposed by Dr Paul Carton. Healthy Life Booklets. Vol. 11. London: C.W. Daniel, 1913.
Man's Best Food by Professor Dr Gustav Krüger. London: C.W. Daniel, 1914.
The Du Barry by Karl von Schumacher. [Madame DuBarry. Zurich, 1931]. London: Bombay & Sydney; George.G. Harrap, 1932; New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1932.
Mammon by Robert Neumann. [Die Macht. Leipzig, 1931; Berlin, 1932] London: Peter Davies, 1933.
André Gide: His Life and His Work by Léon Pierre-Quint. [André Gide: Sa Vie. Son Oeuvre. Paris, 1932]. London: Jonathan Cape; New York: A.A. Knopf, 1934.
Jews in Germany by Josef Kastein [pseud. Julius Katzenstein]. Preface by James Stephens. London: Cresset Press, 1934.
Silent Hours by Robert de Traz. [Les heures de silence. Paris, 1934] London: G. Bell, 1934.
"Prayer." Life and Letters To-day, 21 (June 1939): 7

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1.7. Prefaces & Forewords
Black, E. L. (pseud. Ellerman, John Reeves). Why Do They Like It Educational Documents 1. Paris: Shakespeare and Co.,1927: ix-x. Dumas, François Ribadeau. These Moderns: Some Parisian Close-Ups. Trans. Frederic Whyte. London: Humphrey Toulmin, 1932: 5-10. "Foreword." Pilgrimage. London: Dent; New York: A.A. Knopf, 1938: 9-12.

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1.8 Contributions to Periodicals

1.8.1. Reviews
"Days with Walt Whitman." Crank, 4 (Aug. 1906): 259-263.
"The Reading of 'The Jungle'." Crank, 4 (Sept. 1906): 290-293.
"Jesus in Juteopolis." Crank, 4 (Oct. 1906): 331-332.
"The Amazing Witness." Crank, 4 (Oct. 1906): 332-334.
"In the Crank's Library: 'In the Days of the Comet' [by H.G. Wells]." Crank, 4 (Nov. 1906): 372-376. "How We Are Born." Ye Crank, 5 (Jan. 1907): 44-47.
"The Future in America." Ye Crank and the Open Road, 5 (Feb. 1907): 95-99.
"A Sheaf of Opinions: Lowes Dickinson's A Modern Symposium." Ye Crank and the Open Road, 5 (Mar. 1907): 153-157.
"A French Utopia." Ye Crank and the Open Road, 5 (Apr. 1907): 209-214.
"Down with the Lords." Ye Crank and the Open Road, 5 (May 1907): 257-261.
"Notes About a Book Purporting to Be About Christianity and Socialism." Ye Crank and the Open Road, 5 (June 1907): 311-315.
"Nietzsche." Open Road, ns 1 (Nov. 1907): 243-248.
"Towards the Light." Open Road, ns 1 (Dec. 1907): 304-308.
"Cosmic Thinking." [unsigned] Plain Talk, July 1913:13.
"Slavery." [unsigned] Plain Talk, July 1913:13-14.
"The Reality of Feminism." The Ploughshare, ns 2 (Sept. 1917): 241-246.
"A Spanish Dentist Looks at Spain." Dental Record, 38 (1 Aug. 1918): 343-345.
"Review of Psycho-Analysis: A Brief Account of the Freudian Theory by Barbara Low." Dental Record, 40 (2 Aug. 1920): 522-23.
"The Perforated Tank." Fanfare, 1 (15 Oct. 1921): 29.
"A Sculptor of Dreams." Adelphi, 2 (Oct. 1924): 422-427.
"Portrait of an Evangelist." New Adelphi, 1 (Mar. 1928): 270-271.
"Das Ewig-Weibliche." New Adelphi, 1 (June 1928): 364-366.
"Mr. Clive Bell's Proust." New Adelphi, 2 (Dec.-Feb. 1929): 160-162.
"Review of Experiments with Handwriting by Robert Saudek." New Adelphi, 2 (June-Aug. 1929): 380.
"The Return of William Wordsworth." Adelphi [Review Supplement], ns 1 (Dec. 1930): xvi-xix.
"Man Never Is...." Adelphi, ns 1 (Mar. 1931): 521-522.
"Review of Documents 33, Apr.-Aug." Close-Up, 10 (Sept. 1933): 295-296.
"Novels." Life and Letters To-day, 15 (Winter 1936): 188-189.
"Adventure for Readers." Life and Letters To-day, 22 (July 1939): 45-52.

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1.8.2. Essays
"The Russian and His Book." [unsigned] Outlook, 10 (4 Oct. 1902): 267-268.
"The Odd Man's Remarks on Socialism." Ye Crank, 5 (Jan. 1907): 30-33.
"Socialism and Anarchy: An Open Letter to the 'Odd Man'." Ye Crank and the Open Road, 5 (Feb. 1907): 89-91.
"Socialism and the Odd Man." Ye Crank and the Open Road, 5 (Mar. 1907): 147-149.
"A Last Word to the Odd Man About Socialism." Ye Crank and the Open Road, 5 (Apr. 1907): 180-182.
"Thearchy and Socialism," Ye Crank and the Open Road, 5 (May 1907): 237-239.
"The Open Road." Open Road, ns 1 (Sept. 1907): 153-158.
"Women in Dentistry." Oral Hygiene, 1 (Mar. 1911): 212.
"Diet and Teeth." Dental Record, 32 (1 Aug. 1912): 553-556.
Also in Dental Practice, 13 (1912): 145-149; American Dental Journal 11 (Apr. 1914): 98-102.
"The Disabilities of Women." The Freewoman, 1 (15 Aug. 1912): 254-255.
"Wanted: The Play-Spirit." Plain Talk, (July 1913): 5-6.
"The Responsibility of Dentistry." Dental Record, 33 (1 Oct. 1913): 633-635.
"The Conversion of a Specialist." The New Freewoman, 1 (15 Oct. 1913): 174.
"Medical Austria in the Arena. The Encroaching Laity." [unsigned] Dental Record, 34 (1 Feb. 1914): 143.
"Medical Austria. A Reply From The Encroaching Laity'." [unsigned] Dental Record, 34 (2 Mar. 1914): 217-218.
"Some Thoughts Suggested by the Austro-Hungarian Problem." Dental Record, 34 (1 Aug. 1914): 519-523.
"A Plea for a Statistical Bureau." Dental Record, 35 (1 June 1915): 403-405.
"The Teeth of Shropshire School Children." Dental Record, 35 (2 Sept. 1915): 562-564.
"Comments by a Layman." This was a column that appeared, always unsigned, in the following issues of Dental Record:
35 (1915): [Nov.] 686-688, [Dec.] 752-54; 36 (1916): [Jan.] 33-35, [Feb.] 87-89, [Mar.] 140-143, [Apr.] 190-192, [May] 247-248, [June] 310-312, [July] 357-358, [Aug.] 427-428, [Oct.] 541-544, [Nov.] 606-607, [Dec.] 655-657; 37 (1917): [Jan.] 19-20, [Feb.] 81-82, [Mar.] 119-121, [Apr.] 169-171, [May] 221-222, [June] 264-265, [July] 320-322, [Aug.] 375-377, [Sept.] 420, [Oct.] 483-486, [Nov.] 527-529, [Dec.] 577-579; 38 (1918): [Jan.] 13-15, [Feb.] 62-64, [Mar.] 110-112, [Apr.] 161-163, [May] 214-215, [June] 214-215, [July] 262-264, [Aug.] 350-352, [Sept.] 391-392, [Oct.] 427-429, [Nov.] 472-473, [Dec.] 509-510; 39 (1919): [Jan.] 10-11, [Feb.] 57-58, [Mar.] 99-101, [Apr] 136-138, [May] 178-180, [June] 214-216.
"Amateur Evidence in Dietetics." Dental Record, 36 (1 June 1916): 300-303.
"Dental Legislation at Geneva." Dental Record, 37 (2 Apr. 1917): 161-163.
"The Forsyth Dental Infirmary for Children." Dental Record, 37 (1 Aug. 1917): 366-369.
"The Socialization of Dentistry." Dental Record, 41 (1 Dec. 1921): 611-613; abstract in Dental Surgeon, 19 (1922): 9-10.
"Science and Linguistics by Layman." [unsigned] Dental Record, 42 (1 Mar. 1922): 149-150.
"A Vision 2000 Years Old/What H.G. Wells Would Stand For." Daily Herald [London], 8 Nov. 1922: 4.
"Long Skirted menace." Daily Mail [London], 30 Nov. 1922: 8.
"Talent and Genius: Is Not Genius Far More Common than Talent?" Vanity Fair [New York], 21 (Oct. 1923): 118; 120. "Veterans in the Alps." The Sphere, 96 (29 Mar. 1924): 354.
"About Punctuation." Adelphi, 1 (Apr. 1924): 990-996. Trans. as "De la Ponctuation" by Sylvia Beach and Adrienne Monnier. Mesures, (15 Jan. 1935): 155-166.
"Women and the Future: A Trembling of the Veil Before the Eternal Mystery of 'La Giaconda'." Vanity Fair [New York], 22 (Apr. 1924): 39-40.
"Alpine Spring." Sphere, 97 (12 Apr. 1924): 44.
"The Parting of Wordsworth and Coleridge: A Footnote." Adelphi, 1 (May 1924): 1107-1109.
"A Note on George Fox." Adelphi, 2 (July 1924): 148-150.
"Brothers Rabbit and Rat." Adelphi, 2 (Aug. 1924): 247-249.
"The Role of the Background: English Visitors to the Swiss Resorts During the Winter Sports Season." The Sphere, 99 (22 Nov. 1924): 226.
"The Man from Nowhere." Little Review, 10 (Autumn 1924 - Winter 1925): 32-35.
"What's in a Name?" Adelphi, 2 (Dec. 1924): 606-609.
"Women in the Arts: Some Notes on the Eternally Conflicting Demands of Humanity and Art." Vanity Fair [New York], 24 (May 1925): 47; 100.
"The Status of Illustrative Art." Adelphi, 3 (June 1925): 54-57.
Theobald, R. [pseud. of DMR] "Why Words?" Adelphi, 3 (Aug. 1925): 206-207.
"Antheil of New Jersey." Vanity Fair [New York], 25 (Nov. 1925): 136; 138.
Theobald, R. [pseud. of DMR] "Spengler and Goethe: A Footnote." Adelphi, 4 (Nov. 1926): 311-312.
"Continuous Performance." Close-Up, 1 (July 1927): 34-37.
"Continuous Performance 2: Musical Accompaniment." Close-Up, 1 (Aug. 1927): 58-62.
"Continuous Performance 3: Captions." Close-Up, 1 (Sept. 1927): 52-56.
"Continuous Performance 4: A Thousand Pities." Close-Up, 1 (Oct. 1927): 60-64.
"Continuous Performance 5: There's No Place Like Home." Close-Up, 1 (Nov. 1927): 44-47.
"The Dog and the Postman." The Animal World, (Nov. 1927): 125.
"Continuous Performance 6: The Increasing Congregation." Close-Up, 1 (Dec. 1927): 61-65.
"Continuous Performance 7: The Front Rows." Close-Up, 2 (Jan. 1928): 59-64.
"A Note on Household Economy." Close-Up, 2 (Feb. 1928): 58-62.
"Journey to Paradise." Fortnightly Review, ns 123 (1 Mar. 1928): 407-414.
"Continuous Performance 8." Close-Up, 2 (Mar. 1928): 51-55.
"Continuous Performance 9: The Thoroughly Popular Film." Close-Up, 2 (Apr. 1928): 44-50.
"Continuous Performance 10: The Cinema in the Slums." Close-Up, 2 (May 1928): 58-62.
"The Queen of Spring." Focus, 5 (May 1928): 259-262.
"Anticipation." Focus, 5 (June 1928): 322-325.
"Continuous Performance 11: Slow Motion." Close-Up, 2 (June 1928): 54-58.
"Compensations?" Focus, 6 (July 1928): 3-7.
"Continuous Performance 12: The Cinema in Arcady." Close-Up, 3 (July 1928): 52-57.
"Films for Children." Close-Up, 3 (Aug. 1928): 21-27.
"Madame August." Focus, 6 (Aug. 1928): 67-71.
"Decadence." Focus, 6 (Sept. 1928): 131-134.
"Puritanism." Focus, 6 (Oct. 1928): 195-198.
"Where Is Miss Jameson's Suburbia?" Evening News [London], 2 Oct. 1928: 8.
"Peace." Focus, 6 (Nov. 1928): 259-262.
"Post Early." Focus, 6 (Dec. 1928): 327-331.
"Continuous Performance: Pictures and Films." Close-Up, 4 (Jan. 1929): 51-57.
"Resolution." Purpose, 1 (Jan.-Mar. 1929): 7-9.
"Law." Purpose, 1.2 (1929): 67-68.
"Continuous Performance: Almost Persuaded." Close-Up, 4 (June 1929): 51-57.
"Leadership in Marriage." New Adelphi, 2 (June-Aug. 1929): 345-348.
"Talkies, Plays and Books: Thoughts on the Approacing Battle Between the Spoken Pictures, Literature and the Stage." Vanity Fair [New York], 32 (Aug. 1929): 56.
"Continuous Performance: Dialogue in Dixie." Close-Up, 5 (Sept. 1929): 211-218.
"The Censorship Petition." Close-Up, 6 (Jan. 1930): 7-11.
"Continuous Performance: A Tear for Lycidas." Close-Up, 7 (Sept. 1930): 196-202.
"Continuous Performance: Narcissus." Close-Up, 8 (Sept. 1931): 182-185.
"Continuous Performance: This Spoon-Fed Generation?" Close-Up, 8 (Dec. 1931): 304-308.
"Continuous Performance: The Film Gone Male." Close-Up, 9 (Mar. 1932): 36-38.
"Continuous Performance." Close-Up, 10 (June 1933): 130-132.
"C.F. Ramuz." Life and Letters To-day, 14 (Summer 1936): 46-47.
"Yeats of Bloomsbury." Life and Letters To-day, 21 (Apr. 1939): 60-66.
"A Talk About Talking." Life and Letters To-day, 23 (Dec. 1939): 286-288.
"Needless Worry." Life and Letters To-day, 24 (Feb. 1940): 160-163.
"Novels." Life and Letters, 56 (Mar. 1948): 188-192.
"Old Age." Adam International Review, 31. 310-312 (1966): 25-26.

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1.8.3. Sketches
"A Sussex Auction." [unsigned] The Saturday Review, 105 (13 June 1908); 755.
"A Sussex Carrier." [unsigned] The Saturday Review, 107 (19 June 1909): 782-783.
"Hay-Time." [unsigned] The Saturday Review, 108 (31 July 1909): 132.
"A Village Competition." [unsigned] The Saturday Review, 108 (7 Aug. 1909): 165-166.
"Haven." [unsigned] The Saturday Review, 108 (4 Dec. 1909): 440-441.
"The Wind." [unsigned] The Saturday Review, 108 (4 Dec. 1909): 691.
"December." [unsigned] The Saturday Review, 108 (25 Dec. 1909): 785-786.
"The End of the Winter." [unsigned] The Saturday Review, 109 (19 Feb. 1910): 234-235.
"Lodge Night." [unsigned] The Saturday Review, 110 (19 Nov. 1910): 642-643.
"Dans La Bise." [unsigned] The Saturday Review, 111 (14 Jan. 1911): 46-47.
"Gruyeres." [unsigned] The Saturday Review, 111(18 Feb. 1911): 208-209.
"March." [unsigned] The Saturday Review, 111 (4 Mar. 1911): 267.
"The Holiday." [unsigned] The Saturday Review, 112 (26 Aug. 1911): 268-269.
"The Conflict." [initialled] The Saturday Review, 112 (25 Nov. 1911): 673-674.
"Across the Year." The Saturday Review, 112 (23 Dec. 1911): 795-796.
"Welcome." The Saturday Review, 113 (18 May 1912): 620-621.
"Strawberries." The Saturday Review, 113 (22 June 1912): 778-779.
"August." The Saturday Review, 114 (3 Aug. 1912): 142.
"Peach Harvest." The Saturday Review, 114(19 July 1913): 78-79.
"Dusk." Unsigned. The Saturday Review, 118 (10 Oct. 1914): 392-393.
"The Garden." transatlantic review, 2 (Aug. 1924): 141-143.

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1.8.4. Translations from Periodicals
Continuous Performance/Spettacolo continuo. Introduction, edition and translation with parallel text of the essays on cinema which Richardson published in Close Up by Vittoriana Villa. Napoli: Liguori, 2000.

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1.9. Autobiography and Miscellanea, Published Correspondence

1.9.1 Autobiography and Miscellanea
"The Human Touch." The Saturday Review, 109 (4 June 1910): 724.
"Future of the Novel." Interview. Pall Mall Gazette, 20 Jan. 1921: 7.
Letter of congratulation in "The Fanfare Movement." Fanfare: A Musical Causerie, 1 (10 Oct. 1921): 1.
"Equilibrium." Little Review, 8 (Spring 1922): 37.
Note to editors. Little Review, 12 (May 1929): 31.
"Confessions." Reply to questionnaire from the editors. Little Review, 12 (May 1929): 70-71.
"Beginnings: A Brief Sketch." Ten Contemporaries: Notes Toward Their Definitive Bibliography. 2nd Ser. Ed. John Gawsworth [pseud of Terence Armstrong]. London: Joiner & Steele, 1933: 195-198.
"The Artist and the World To-Day (A symposium in which various writers define their position in relation to the life and conditions of our time)." Ed. Geoffrey West. Bookman [London], 86 (May 1934): 94.
"Autobiographical Sketch." Authors Today and Yesterday. Ed. Stanley J. Kunitz. New York: H.W. Wilson, 1933: 562.
"Dorothy M. Richardson: Data for Spanish Publisher." Ed. Joseph Prescott. London Magazine, 6 (June 1959): 14-19. DMR's recollections of her life until the writing of Pilgrimage, intended for a Spanish edition of her novel. The translation never appeared.

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1.9.2 Published Correspondence
"South Lodge Days." [2 letters] Times Literary Supplement, 16 Oct. 1943: 499; 30 Oct. 1943: 523. Letters in which DMR responds to erroneous facts about Violet Hunt in a book by Douglas.
"Seven Letters from Dorothy M. Richardson." Ed. Joseph Prescott. Yale University Library Gazette, 33 (Jan. 1959): 102-111. Texts of seven letters Prescott received during 1950-51 while compiling a biographical article on DMR.
"A few facts for you...." Letter to Sylvia Beach dated 15 Jan. 1935. Sylvia Beach (1887-1962). [Paris]: Mercure de France, 1963:127-128.
Windows on Modernism: Selected Letters of Dorothy Richardson. Ed. Gloria G. Fromm. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1995.
Reviewed: Cassel, J. Library Journal 120.4 (1995): 74. Felber, L. English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 39.1 (1996): 73-77.
Thomson, George H. "Dorothy Richardson: Letters to a Sister in America ", English Literature in Transition 43.4 (2000): 410-448.
Thomson, George H. "Dorothy Richardson and her sister: more letters and biography", English Literature in Transition 45.1 (2002): 46-64.
Thomson, George H. Dorothy Richardson: A Calendar of Letters. ELT Press, E-Book, 2007.
See also Daniels, Julie Kay. 'I am not "literary" Henry': An Edition of Dorothy Miller Richardson's Letters to Henry Savage, MA Thesis, 1984, The Graduate School, Department of English, Pennsylvania State University.
Powys and Dorothy Richardson: The Letters of John Cowper Powys and Dorothy Richardson. Ed. Janet Fouli. London: Cecil Woolf, 2008.

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1.10. Reprints of Shorter Works by Dorothy M. Richardson
"Future of the Novel." [Pall Mall Gazette] 1921. The Future of the Novel: Famous Authors on Their Methods: A Series of Interviews with Renowned Authors. Ed. Meredith Starr. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1921: 90-91.
"Death." [Short Story] 1924. Best British Stories of 1924. Eds. Edward J. O'Brien & John Cournos. Boston: Small, Maynard, 1924: 218-220.
"Truth." [Poem] 1924. Rpt. as "Freedom" in Moden British Poetry: A Critical Anthology. Rev. ed. Louis Untermeyer. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1925: 312.
"Buns for Tea." [Poem] 1924. Yesterday and Today: A Comparative Anthology of Poetry. Ed. Louis Untermeyer. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1926: 152-153.
"Message." [Poem] 1927. Poetry 30 (Aug. 1927): 256.
"Ordeal." [Short Story] 1930. Best British Short Stories of 1931 Ed. Edward J. O'Brien. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1931: 183-189.
"Buns for Tea." [Poem] 1924. Verse of Our Day. Rev. ed. Eds. Margery Gordon & M.B. King. New York & London: Appleton-Century, 1938: 284.
"Foreword." [Pilgrimage.] 1938. The Stream-of-Consciousness Technique in the Modern Novel. Ed. Erwin R. Steinberg. New York & London: Kennikat Press, 1979: 77-80.
"Autobiographical Sketch." 1933. The Stream-of-Consciousness Technique in the Modern Novel. Ed. Erwin R. Steinberg. London & New York: Kennikat Press, 1979: 76-77.
Journey to Paradise: Short Stories and Autobiographical Sketches. Ed. and Introd. Trudi Tate. London: Virago Modern Classics, 1989.
"From 'In the Crank's Library: In the Days of the Comet' [by H.G. Wells]." [Review] 1906. The Gender of Modernism: A Critical Anthology. Ed. Bonnie Kime Scott. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1990: 399-400.
"The Reality of Feminism." [Essay] 1917.The Gender of Modernism: A Critical Anthology. Ed. Bonnie Kime Scott. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1990: 401-407.
"Talent and Genius." [Essay] 1923. The Gender of Modernism: A Critical Anthology. Ed. Bonnie Kime Scott. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1990: 407-411.
"Women and the Future." [Essay] 1924. The Gender of Modernism: A Critical Anthology. Ed. Bonnie Kime Scott. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1990: 411-414.
"About Punctuation." [Essay] 1924. The Gender of Modernism: A Critical Anthology. Ed. Bonnie Kime Scott. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1990: 414-418.
"Women in the Arts." [Essay] 1925. The Gender of Modernism: A Critical Anthology. Ed. Bonnie Kime Scott. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1990: 419-423.
"Continuous Performance: The Film Gone Male." [Essay] 1939. The Gender of Modernism: A Critical Anthology. Ed. Bonnie Kime Scott. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1990: 423-429.
"Foreword to Pilgrimage." 1938. The Gender of Modernism: A Critical Anthology. Ed, Bonnie Kime Scott. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1990: 429-432.
"Novels." [Essay] 1948. The Gender of Modernism: A Critical Anthology. Ed. Bonnie Kime Scott. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1990: 432-435.
"Death." [Short story] 1924. The Norton Anthology of Literature by Women: The Traditions in English. 2nd ed. Ed. Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar. New York & London: W.W. Norton, 1996: 1257-1259.
"Women and the Future." [Essay] 1924. The Norton Anthology of Literature by Women: The Traditions in English. 2nd ed. Ed. Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar. New York & London: W.W. Norton, 1996: 1259-1262.

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