short bibliography

    original editions of Peacock's novels
    original editions of Peacock's poetry
    later editions of Peacock's works
    manuscript sources
    biographical and critical books and essays
    other notes and queries in Notes and Queries and elsewhere
    book reviews


  I.  original editions of Peacock's novels

Headlong Hall. London: T. Hookham Jr. & E.T. Hookham, 1816 [so dated, but really published in 1815].
Melincourt. 3 vols. London: T. Hookham Jr. & Baldwin, Craddock, & Joy, 1817.
Nightmare Abbey. London: T. Hookham Jr. & Baldwin, Craddock, & Joy, 1818.
Maid Marian. London: T. Hookham Jr. & Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & Brown, 1822.
The Misfortunes of Elphin. London: T. Hookham Jr., 1829.
Crotchet Castle. London: T. Hookham Jr., 1831.
Gryll Grange. London: Parker, Son, & Bourn, 1861.


  II.  original editions of Peacock's poetry

The Monks of St. Mark. London, 1804.
Palmyra, and Other Poems. London: T. Bensley, 1806.
The Genius of the Thames: A Lyrical Poem, in Two Parts. London: T. Hookham Jr. & E.T. Hookham, 1810.
The Philosophy of Melancholy, a Poem in Four Parts with a Mythological Ode. London: T. Hookham Jr. & E.T. Hookham; Edinburgh: John Ballantyne, 1812.
Sir Proteus: A Satirical Ballad, by P.M. O'Donovan, Esq. London: T. Hookham Jr. & E.T. Hookham, 1814.
The Round Table; or, King Arthur's Feast. London: John Arliss, 1817.
Rhododaphne: or, The Thessalian Spell, a Poem. London: T. Hookham Jr. & E.T. Hookham, 1818.
Paper Money Lyrics and Other Poems. London: C. and W. Reynell, 1837.


  III.  later editions of Peacock's works

The Works of Thomas Love Peacock. edited and with an introduction and notes by H.F.B. Brett-Smith and C.E. Jones, London: Constable, 1924-34. [The Halliford Edition in ten volumes:
                      I  Biographical Introduction and Headlong Hall. 1934
                      II  Melincourt. 1924
                      III  Nightmare Abbey and Maid Marian. 1924
                      IV  The Misfortunes of Elphin and Crotchet Castle. 1924
                      V  Gryll Grange. 1924
                      VI  Poems. 1927
                      VII  Poems and Plays. 1931
                      VIII  Essays Memoirs Letters & Unfinished Novels. 1934
                      IX  Critical & Other Essays. 1926
                      X  Dramatic Criticisms and Translations & Other Essays. 1926]

The Works of Thomas Love Peacock including his novels, poems, fugitive pieces, criticisms, etc., with a preface by the Rt. Hon. Lord Houghton, a biographical notice by his granddaughter, Edith Nicolls, and a portrait. edited by Henry Cole CB, 3 vols, London: Richard Bentley & son, 1875.

Gryll Grange. London: Macmillan, 1927 [with an introduction by George Saintsbury; illustrated by F.H. Townsend].

Gryll Grange. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1949.

Headlong Hall and Gryll Grange. edited by Michael Baron and Michael Slater, Oxford: Oxford U.P., 1987 [Oxford World's Classics].

Headlong Hall and Nightmare Abbey. London: J.M. Dent & Sons, 1929 [with an introduction by the late Dr Richard Garnett].

Headlong Hall Nightmare Abbey. London: J.M. Dent & Sons, 1965 [with an introduction by P.M. Yarker].

The Letters of Thomas Love Peacock (1792-1827). edited by Nicholas A. Joukovsky, Oxford: Clarendon P., 2001
The Letters of Thomas Love Peacock (1828-66). edited by Nicholas A. Joukovsky, Oxford: Clarendon P., 2001

Maid Marian and Crotchet Castle. London: Macmillan, 1927 (with an introduction by George Saintsbury; illustrated by F.H. Townsend).

Melincourt. London: Macmillan, 1927 [with an introduction by George Saintsbury; illustrated by F.H. Townsend].

Memoirs of Shelley and other Essays and Reviews. edited by Howard Mills, London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1967.

Peacock's Memoirs of Shelley with Shelley's Letters to Peacock. edited by H.F.B. Brett-Smith, London: Henry Frowde, 1909.

Nightmare Abbey [and] Crotchet Castle. edited by Raymond Wright, Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986.

Nightmare Abbey, The Misfortunes of Elphin, Crotchet Castle. edited by Charles B. Dodson, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971.

The Novels of Thomas Love Peacock edited by David Garnett, 2 vols, London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1963.

Novels of Thomas Love Peacock [Headlong Hall, Nightmare Abbey, The Misfortunes of Elphin, Crotchet Castle], London: Pan Books, 1967 [introduction by J.B. Priestley; notes by Barbara Lloyd Evans].

A Peacock Selection. edited with an introduction and notes by H.L.B. Moody, London: Macmillan, 1966.

The Pleasures of Peacock: Comprising in Whole or in Part the Seven Novels of Thomas Love Peacock. edited with an introduction by Ben Ray Redman, New York: Farrar Straus & Co., 1947. [N.A. & C.C. are whole, the other five novels are abridged.]

Three Novels [Headlong Hall, Nightmare Abbey, Crotchet Castle], London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1959 [with an introduction by John Mair].


  IV.  manuscript sources

The Broughton Papers. Add. mss. 47225 and 47228. British Library, London.

Sir Henry Cole. Diaries 1825-1880. Press Mark: 55. AA2- 39. Victoria and Albert Museum Library, London.

T.L. Peacock Literary Remains. Add. ms. 36815. British Library, London.

Thomas Love Peacock. ms. Eng. Misc. C435; ms. Autograph c9, ms. Facs. d29, ms. Facs. C4, ms. Don d82, ms. Eng. lett. d111. Bodleian Library, Oxford.


  V.  biographical and critical books and essays

Augustus Henry Able, George Meredith and Thomas Love Peacock: A Study in Literary Influence. New York: Phaeton Press, 1970.

Walter Allen, "The Nineteenth Century: The First Generation." The English Novel. London: Phoenix House, 1954.

Kingsley Amis, "Laugh When You Can." Spectator 194 (April 1, 1955): 402-04.
    —    What Became of Jane Austen? and Other Questions. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1970.

Katrina E. Bachinger, "Peacock's Melincourt and the Politics of Poe's 'The Sphinx'." Nineteenth-Century Literature 42 (1987): 217-25.

Stephen C. Behrendt, "Questioning the Romantic Novel." Studies in the Novel 26 (1994): 5-26

A.A. Bel'skii, "T.L. Pikok i ego roman 'Naitmerskoe abbatstvo.'" UZPe 97 (1968): 84-105.

Marek Blaszak, "A Satire on the Romantic Morbidities in Nightmare Abbey by Thomas Love Peacock." Academic Papers of the [University of Opole] Institute of English Philology 9 (1998): 57-73.

Peter Bowering, Aldous Huxley: a Study of the Major Novels. London: Athlone Press, 1968.

H.F.B. Brett-Smith, "The L'Estrange-Peacock Correspondence." Essays and Studies by Members of the English Association. 18 (1933): 122-48.

Howard O. Brogan, "Romantic Classicism in Peacock's Verse Satire." Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 14 (1974): 525-36.

Harold Brooks, "'A Song from Mr. Cypress'." Review of English Studies N.S. 38 (1987): 368-76.

Linda M. Brooks, "Lucian and Peacock: Peacock's Menippean Romanticism." Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire 66 (1988): 590-601.

Nathaniel Brown, "The 'Brightest Colours of Intellectual Beauty': Feminism in Peacock's Novels." Keats-Shelley Review 2 (1987): 91-104.

Robrt Buchanan, "Thomas Love Peacock: A Personal Reminiscence." New Quarterly Magazine 4 (1875): 238-55.

Bryan Burns, The Novels of Thomas Love Peacock. London: Croom Helm, and Totowa, NJ: Barnes & Noble, 1985.
    —    "The Classicism of Peacock's Gryll Grange." Keats-Shelley Memorial Bulletin 36 (1985): 89-101

Douglas Bush, Mythology and the Romantic Tradition in English Poetry. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1937.

Marilyn Butler, Peacock Displayed: A Satirist in his Context. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969.
    —    Romantics, Rebels and Reactionaries: English Literature and Its Background, 1760-1830. Oxford: OUP, 1981.
    —    "Myth and Mythmaking in the Shelley Circle." ELH 49 (1982): 50-72.
    —    "Druids, Bards and Twice-Born Bacchus: Peacock's Engagement with Primitive Mythology." Keats-Shelley Memorial Bulletin 36 (1985): 57-76

Kenneth Neill Cameron (ed.), Shelley and His Circle, 1773-1822. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard U.P., 1961 [vol. I & II] & 1970 [vol. III & IV]---see under Donald H. Reiman for the remaining four volumes.

Olwen W. Campbell, Shelley and the Unromantics London: Methuen, 1923 [2nd ed., 1924; repr. N.Y., 1966].
    —    Thomas Love Peacock. Freeport: Books for Libraries Press, 1971 [c. 1953].

Benvenuto Cellini, Thomas Love Peacock. Rome: Cremonese Libraio Editore, 1937.

Alice Chandler, "The Quarrel of the Ancients and Moderns: Peacock and the Medieval Revival." Bucknell Review 13 (1965): 39-50.

R.W. Chapman, "Thomas Love Peacock." Saturday Review of Literature 1: (1925): 685-86.

John Colmer, "Godwin's Mandeville and Peacock's Nightmare Abbey." Review of English Studies N.S. 21 (1970): 331-36.

Michael Cooke, "The Victorians Our Forebears." Yale Review 60 (1971): 294-301.

John K. Crabbe, "The Emerging Heroine in the Novels of Thomas Love Peacock." Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 27 (1979): 121-32.

Carl Dawson, The Novels of Thomas Love Peacock. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1968 [Profiles in Literature Series].
    —    His Fine Wit: A Study of Thomas Love Peacock. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1970
    —    "Peacock's Comedy: A Retrospective Glance." Keats-Shelley Memorial Bulletin 36 (1985): 102-13

J.P. Donovan, "Thomas Love Peacock." Literature of the Romantic Period: A Bibliographical Guide. edited by Michael O'Neill, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998: 269-83.

John W. Draper, "The Social Satires of Thomas Love Peacock, Part I." Modern Language Notes. 33: (1918): 456-63.
    —    "The Social Satires of Thomas Love Peacock, Part II." Modern Language Notes. 34: (1919): 23-28.

Gary Dyer, British Satire and the Politics of Style, 1789-1832. Cambridge: Cambridge U.P., 1997.

A.E. Dyson, The Crazy Fabric: Essays in Irony. London: Macmillan, 1965.

Felix Felton, Thomas Love Peacock. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1973.

A. Martin Freeman, Thomas Love Peacock. A Critical Study. London: Secker, 1911.

David Gallon, "Thomas Love Peacock and Wales: Some Suggestions." Anglo-Welsh Review 17: (1969): 125-34.
    —    "T.L. Peacock's Later Years: the Evidence of Unpublished Letters."
* Review of English Studies 20 (1969): 315-19.

Peter Garside, "Headlong Hall Revisited." Trivium 14: (1979): 107-26.

E.W. Gosse, "Thomas Love Peacock." London Society 27: (June, 1875).

David Bonnell Green, "Two Letters of Thomas Love Peacock." Philological Quarterly 40: (1961): 593-96.

Jerome de Groot, "The Status of the Poet in an Age of Brass: Isaac D'Israeli, Peacock, W.J. Fox and Others." Victorian Periodicals Newsletter 10 (1977): 106-22.
    —    "'A new species of humorous writing': Thomas Love Peacock and the Renegotiation of Genre." The Influence and Anxiety of the British Romantics: Spectres of Romanticism. edited by Sharon Ruston, Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1999.

John S. Guest, The Euphrates Expedition. London and New York: Kegan Paul International, 1972.

Bruce Haley, "Shelley, Peacock, and the Reading of History." Studies in Romanticism 29 (1990): 439-61.

Jean Hall, "The Divine and the Dispassionate Selves: Shelley's Defence and Peacock's The Four Ages of Poetry." Keats-Shelley Journal 39: (1990): 139-63.

William E. Harrold, "Keat's 'Lamia' and Peacock's 'Rhododaphne.'" Modern Language Review 61 (1966): 579-84.

L. Conrad Hartley, "Thomas Love Peacock" Manchester Quarterly 34 (1915): 139-63.

Douglas Hewitt, "Entertaining Peacock and Wales: Some Suggestions." Anglo-Welsh Review 17: (1969): 125-34.
    —    "Entertaining Ideas: A Critique of Peacock's 'Crotchet Castle.'" Essays in Criticism 20 (1971): 200-12.
    —    The Approach to Fiction: Good and Bad Readings of Novels. Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1972.

Peter S. Hoff, "The Voices of Crotchet Castle." Journal of Narrative Technique 2 (1972): 186-98.
    —    "Maid Marian and The Misfortunes of Elphin: Peacock's Burlesque Romances." Genre 8 (1975): 210-32.
    —    "The Paradox of the Fortunate Foible: Thomas Love Peacock's Literary Vision." TSLL 17 (1975): 481-88.

Humphry House, "The Works of Thomas Love Peacock." The Listener 42 (1949): 997-98.

Roger Ingpen, Shelley in England: New Facts and Letters from the Shelley-Whitton Papers. London: K. Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., 1917.

Ian Jack, English Literature, 1815-1832. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1963 [Oxford History of English Literature series].

Diane Johnson, The True History of the First Mrs. Meredith & Other Lesser Lives. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1972.

Nicholas A. Joukovsky, "The Composition of Peacock's Melincourt and the Date of the 'Calidore' Fragment." English Language Notes 13 (1974): 18-25.
    —    "Thomas Love Peacock on Sir Robert Peel: An Unpublished Satire." Modern Philology 73 (1975): 81-84.
    —    "'A Dialogue on Idealities': An Unpublished Manuscript of Thomas Love Peacock." Yearbook of English Studies 7 (1977): 128-40.
    —    "Peacock's Sir Oran Haut-ton: Byron's Bear or Shelley's Ape?." Keats-Shelley Journal 29 (1980): 173-90.
    —    "Peacock before Headlong Hall: A New Look at the Early Years." Keats-Shelley Memorial Bulletin 36 (1985): 1-40.
    —    "A New 'Little Book' by Thomas Love Peacock." Modern Philology 85 (1988): 293-99.
    —    "The Lost Greek Anapests of Thomas Love Peacock." Modern Philology 89 (1992): 363-74.
    —    "Thomas Love Peacock's Manuscript 'Poems' of 1804." Studies in Bibliography 47 (1994): 196-211.
    —    "Peacock and his 'Pet Politician': an Unpublished Latin Squib on the Coalition against Palmerston." Modern Language Review 91 (1996): 833-39.
    —    "Thomas Love Peacock." The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. 3rd edn., vol. 4, edited by Joanne Shattock. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999.
    —    "George and Mary Meredith, the East India Company, and the Society of Arts: New Light on the Author's Early Career," Studies in Philology 97 (2000): 473-93.
    —    see § III above for the two volumes of Peacock's letters.

Sandro Jung, "Thomas Love Peacock’s 'Mr Asterias' Reconsidered." Keats-Shelley Review 18 (2004): 239-46.

Robert Kaufman, "Legislators of the Post-Everything World: Shelley's Defence of Adorno." ELH 63 (1996): 707-33.

William F. Kennedy, "Peacock's Economists: Some Mistaken Identities." Nineteenth Century Fiction 21 (1966): 181-91.

Robert F. Kiernan, Frivolity Unbound: Six Masters of the Camp Novel. New York: Continuum, 1990. [Thomas Love Peacock, Max Beerbohm, Ronald Firbank, E.F. Benson, P.G. Wodehouse, Ivy Compton-Burnett.]

George Kitchin, A Survey of Burlesque and Parody in English. Edinburgh & London: Oliver and Boyd, 1931.

Håkan Kjellin, "Thomas Love Peacocks angrepp på poesin." Horisont 19 (1972): 54-58.
    —    Talkative Banquets: a Study in the Peacockian Novels of Talk. Stockholm, Almqvist & Wiskell, 1974 [Stockholm Studies in History of Literature 14].

Margaret McKay, Peacock's Progress: Aspects of Artistic Development in the Novels of Thomas Love Peacock. Uppsala: Act Univ. Ups. Studia Anglistica Upsaliensia 78, 1992.

Lionel Madden, Thomas Love Peacock. London: Evans Brothers, 1967 [Literature in Perspective Series].
    —    "A Short Guide to Peacock Studies." Critical Survey 4 (1970): 193-97.
    —    "Peacock's Marriage." Planet 31 (1976): 48-52.
    —    "'Terrestrial Paradise': The Welsh Dimension in Peacock's Life and Work." Keats-Shelley Memorial Bulletin 36 (1985): 41-56.

Mary and Lionel Madden, "Edward Scott, Bodtalog, and his Literary Circle: Thomas Love Peacock, James and John Stuart Mill, and William Owen Pugh." National Library of Wales Journal 24 (1986): 352-57.
    —    "Thomas Love Peacock, George and Mary Meredith, and John William Parker, Jr." Victorian Periodicals Review 27 (1994): 32-39.

Howard Mills, Peacock. His Circle and His Age. Cambridge: CUP, 1969.
    —    "The Dirty Boots of the Bourgeoisie: Peacock on Music." Keats-Shelley Memorial Bulletin 36 (1985): 77-88.

Sylvère Monod, "Meredith on Peacock: an Unpublished Letter." Modern Language Review 77 (1982): 278-81.

James Mulvihill, "Peacock's Crotchet Castle: Reconciling the Spirits of the Age." Nineteenth-Century Fiction 38 (1983): 253-70.
    —    "'The Four Ages of Poetry': Peacock and the Historical Method." Keats-Shelley Journal 33 (1984): 130-47.
    —    "Peacock and Perfectability in Headlong Hall." CLIO 13 (1984): 227-46.
    —    Thomas Love Peacock. Boston, Twayne Publishers, 1987.
    —    "Peacock's Nightmare Abbey and the 'Shapes' of Imposture." Studies in Romanticism 34 (1995): 553-68.
    —    "Wordsworth, Peacock, and Malthusian Social Statics." ELN 36.3 (March 1999): 54-61.
    —    "A Species of Shop: Peacock and the World of Goods." Keats-Shelley Journal 49 (2000):

David Perkins (ed.), English Romantic Writers. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1967.

Stuart Piggott, "The Roman Camp and Three Authors." A Review of English Literature 7 (1966): 21-28.

Philip Pinkus, "The Satiric Novels of Thomas Love Peacock." Kansas Quarterly 1 (1969): 64-75.

Claude Prance, "The Laughing Philosopher: Some Thoughts on Thomas Love Peacock." American Book Collector 24 (1974): 21-25.
    —    The Characters in the Novels of Thomas Love Peacock. Toronto: Edwin Mellen Press, 1992.

Mario Praz, The Hero in Eclipse in Victorian Fiction (translated by Angus Davidson). London, New York & Toronto: OUP, 1956.

J.B. Priestley, English Humour. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1929.
    —    Thomas Love Peacock. London: Macmillan, 1966 [introduced by J.I.M. Stewart].

Mary A. Quinn, "'Ozymandias' as Shelley's Rejoinder to Peacock's 'Palmyra.'" English Language Notes 24 (1984): 48-56.

Bill Read, "Thomas Love Peacock: An Enumerative Bibliography." Bulletin of Bibliography 24 (September-December, 1963): 32-34; (January-April, 1963): 70-72; (May-August, 1964): 88-91.

Margaret J.C. Reid, The Arthurian Legend: Comparison of Treatment in Modern and Mediæval Literature: A Study in the Literary Value of Myth and Legend. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, and New York: Barnes & Noble, 1938.

Donald H. Reiman (ed.), Shelley and His Circle, 1773-1822. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard U.P., 1973 [vol. V &VI] & 1986 [vol. VII & VIII]---see under Kenneth Neil Cameron for the first four volumes.

Jenny Rowland, "The Sources of Thomas Love Peacock's The Misfortunes of Elphin." Anglo-Welsh Review. 26: (1976): 103-29.

Norma L. Rudinsky, "A Second Original of Peacock's Menippean Caricature Asterias in 'Nightmare Abbey': Sir John Sinclair, Bart." English Studies 56 (1975): 491-97.
Lorna Sage (ed.), Peacock: The Satirical Novels, A Casebook. London: Macmillan, 1976.

Pauline June Salz, "Peacock's Use of Music in his Novels." Journal of English and German Philology 54 (1955): 370-79.

Thomas H. Schmid, Humor and Transgression in Peacock, Shelley and Byron: A Cold Carnival. Toronto: Edwin Mellen Press, 1992.

Klaus Schwank, "From Satire to Indeterminacy: Thomas Love Peacock's Nightmare Abbey." Beyond the Suburbs of the Mind: Exploring English Romanticism. edited by Michael Gassenmeier and Norbert H. Platz. Essen: Blaue Eule, 1987: 151-62.

Michael Slater, "Peacock's Victorian Novel." Dickens and Other Victorians: Essays in Honour of Philip Collins. edited by Joanne Shattock, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1988.

James Spedding, "Tales by the Author of Headlong Hall." Edinburgh Review 68 (1839): 439-52.

J.I.M. Stewart, Thomas Love Peacock. London: The British Council and the National Book League, 1963 [No. 156 of Writers and Their Work].

J.C. Stobart, The Wordsworth Epoch. London: Edward Arnold, 1929 [Vol. VIII of Epochs of English Literature].

Barbara W. Tedford, "A Recipe for Satire and Civilization." Costerus 2 (1972): 197-212.

Neil Tomkinson, The Christian Faith and Practice of Samuel Johnson, Thomas De Quincey and Thomas Love Peacock. Toronto: Edwin Mellen Press, 1992.

Carl Van Doren, The Life of Thomas Love Peacock. London: Dent & Sons, 1911.

Hugh Walker, English Satire and Satirists. London & Toronto: J.M. Dent & Sons; New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1925.

Herbert Wright, "Thomas Love Peacock and Wales." Welsh Outlook. 13 (1925): 35-37, 63-65, 99-102.
    —    "The Associations of Thomas Love Peacock with Wales." Essays and Studies by Members of the English Association 12 (1926): 24-46.

Julia M. Wright, "Peacock's Early Parody of Thomas Moore in 'Nightmare Abbey'." English Language Notes 30 (1993): 31-38.

Gore Vidal, "Thomas Love Peacock: The Novel of Ideas." The Essential Gore Vidal. edited by Fred Kaplan, New York: Random House, 1999: 905-19.


  VI.  other notes and queries in Notes and Queries and elsewhere

Katrina E. Bachinger, "Poe's Folio Club: a Pun on Peacock's Folliott." N&Q 31 (1984): 66.
    —    "How Sherwood Forest Became a Valley of Many-Colored Grass: Peacock's Maid Marian as a Source for Poe's 'Eleonora.'" American Notes and Queries 24 (1986): 72-75.

Mark Cunningham, "'Fatout! Who am I?': a Model for The Honourable Mr. Listless in Thomas Love Peacock's 'Nightmare Abbey'." English Language Notes 30 (1993): 43-45.

Anthony Harris, "Peacock's Lord Littlebrain." N&Q 31 (1984): 474-75.

Coral Ann Howells, "'Biographia Literaria' and 'Nightmare Abbey'." N&Q 16 (1969): 50-51.

Nicholas A. Joukovsky, "The First Printing of Peacock's 'The Pool of the Diving Friar'." N&Q 21 (1974): 334-35.
    —    "A Mistaken Peacock Attribution: 'A Can of Cream from Devon.'" N&Q 22 (1975): 112-13.
    —    "The French Translation of Peacock's 'Melincourt'." N&Q 23 (1976): 110-12.
    —    "Mary Shelley's Last Letter?" N&Q 44 (1997): 338.

Margaret McKay, "Thomas Love Peacock in the diaries of Sir Henry Cole." N&Q 36 (1989) 176-79.
    —    "Peacock, Monboddo, and the Swedish Connection." N&Q 37 (1990) 422-24.

J.L. Madden, "Gladstone's Reading of Thomas Love Peacock." N&Q 14 (1967) 384.
    —    "Peacock, Tennyson and Cleopatra." N&Q 15 (1968) 416-17.

James Mulvihill, "A Source for Peacock's Satire of Spritualism in Gryll Grange." N&Q 34 (1987) 491-92.
    —    "Peacock, Monboddo, and the Dialogue." N&Q 35 (1988) 310-11.
    —    "A Periodical Source for Peacock's Headlong Hall." N&Q 44 (1997): 334-35.
    —    "A Source for Peacock's Headlong Hall." N&Q 47 (2000): 327.

H.M. Robinson, "Aristophanes, Coleridge and Peacock." N&Q 26 (1979): 232.

Norma L. Rudinsky, "Source of Asterias's Paean to Science in Peacock's 'Nightmare Abbey'." N&Q 22 (1975): 66-68.
    —    "Satire on Sir John Sinclair before Peacock's Asterias in 'Nightmare Abbey'." N&Q 23 (1976): 108-110.
    —    "Contemporary Reaction to the Caricature Asterias in Peacock's 'Nightmare Abbey'." N&Q 24 (1977): 335-36.

Roger Simpson, "A Source for Peacock's The Misfortunes of Elphin." N&Q 33 (1986): 165-66.

N. Tomkinson, "Thomas Love Peacock." N&Q 37 (1990) 26-27.

William S. Ward, "Contemporary Reviews of Thomas Love Peacock: A Supplementary List for the Years 1805-1820." Bulletin of Bibliography 25 (1967): 35.


  VII.  book reviews

Douglas Hewitt, [A Review of Thomas Love Peacock's Headlong Hall and Gryll Grange, edited by Michael Baron and Michael Slater.] N&Q 36 (1989): 146-47.

David A. Kent, "On Gary Dyer's British Satire and the Politics of Style, 1789 -1832." Romantic Circles Reviews 1.1 (1997): 7 pars.

John Mullan, "Tea and Greek: The Enthusiasms of Thomas Love Peacock" [A review of The Letters of Thomas Love Peacock edited by Nicholas A. Joukovsky] Times Literary Supplement London; Aug 24, 2001, Iss. 5134; 4-6.

Alan Rodway, "Peacock: The Satirical Novels, A Casebook, edited by Lorna Sage." N&Q 25 (1978): 257.


* See also the Letter to the Editor from Peter a Hawkins in R.E.S. N.S. 21 (1964), p. 338.

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