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	Godwin, William (1783). A Defence Of The Rockingham Party, In Their
		Late Coalition With The Right Honourable Frederick Lord North.
		London: J. Stockdale. 
	--- (1783). The History of the Life of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham. 
	    London: Printed for the author, and sold by G. Kearsley. Dublin: Potts, 
	    Wilson, Walker and Byrne.
	--- (1783). An Account of The Seminary That Will Be Opened On Monday
		The Fourth Day of August, At Epsom In Surrey, For The 
		Instruction Of Twelve Pupils In The Greek, Latin, French, 
		And English Languages. London: T. Cadell.
	--- (1784) Instructions to a Statesman. London: Printed 
		for J. Murray,	Fleet-Street; J. Debrett, Piccadilly; 
		and J. Sewell, Cornhill.
	--- (1784)  Damon and Delia. London: T. Hookhamed. Peter Marshall, 
	    ed. Croesor [Wales]: Zena,1988. 
	--- (1784).	Imogen: A Pastoral Romance: From the Ancient 
		British. Reprint from the 1784 Edition. New York: New 
		York Public Library, 1963.
	--- (1784). The Herald Of Literature; Or, A Review Of The Most 
		Considerable Publications That Will Be Made In The Course Of 
		The Ensuing Winter: With Extracts. London: J. Murray.
	--- (1793). An Enquiry Concerning the 
		Principles of Political Justice and Its 
		Influence on General Virtue and Happiness, 
		two volumes. London: Robinson.
	--- (1794). Cursory Strictures On the Charge Delivered By Lord Chief
		Justice Eyre To The Grand Jury, October 2, 1794. 
		London: D.I. Eaton. [pdf]
	--- (1794). Things as they are, or the Adventures of   
		Caleb Williams. ed. D. McCracken. Oxford: 1971.
	--- (1795). Considerations On Lord Grenville's And Mr. Pitt's Bills,
		Concerning Treasonable And Seditious Practices, And Unlawful 
		Assemblies. London: J. Johnson. [PDF]
	--- (1797). The Enquirer.  Reflections On Education, Manners, And 
		Literature.  In A Series Of Essays.  London: G.G. and J. 
		Robinson, 1797; reprint ed., New York: Augustus M. Kelley, 
	--- (1800). Antonio: A Tragedy In Five Acts. London: Wilks and 
	--- (1801). Thoughts occasioned by the perusal of Dr. Parr's Spital 
	    Sermon: Preached at Christ Church, April 15, 1800: being a reply to 
	    the  attacks of Dr. Parr, Mr. Mackintosh, the author of an Essay on 
	    population, and others. London: Printed by Taylor and Wilks.
	--- (1804). Life Of Geoffrey Chaucer, The Early English Poet: Including
		Memoirs Of His Near Friend And Kinsman, John Of Gaunt, Duke Of 
		Lancaster: With Sketches Of The Manners, Opinions, Arts And 
		Literature Of England In The Fourteenth Century. 4 vols.
		London: Richard Phillips.          
	--- (1805). Fleetwood: Or, The New Man Of Feeling. 3 vols.
		London: Richard Phillips.        
	--- (1805). The Looking Glass: A True History of the Early Years of an Artist.
	--- (1806). The Pantheon, or Ancient History of the Gods of Greece and Rome.
	--- (1807). Faulkener: a tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre 
		Royal, Drury Lane. London, Printed for R. Phillips, by R. Taylor, 1807.
	--- (1809). Essay on sepulchres. New York: Printed for M. and W. Ward.
	--- (1809). The History of Rome.
	--- (1809). A New Guide to the English Tongue.
	--- (1811). The History of Greece
	--- (1815). Letters Of Verax, To The Editor of The Morning Chronicle, On
		The Question Of A War To Be Commenced For The Purpose Of Putting 
		An End To The Possession Of The Supreme Power In France By Napolean 
		Bonaparte. London: Richard and Arthur Taylor.	
	--- (1815). The history of England, for the use of schools and young
		persons.  Stereotype ed. London, Printed for M. J. Godwin by D. 
		Cock and co.
	--- (1815). Lives of Edward and John Philips, nephews and pupils of Milton.
		 London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown.
	--- (1818). Letter Of Advice To A Young American: On The Course Of
		Studies It Might Be Most Advantageous For Him To Pursue. London: 
		M. J. Godwin and Co. 	
	--- (1820). Of Population: An Enquiry Concerning the Power of Increase 
	    in the Numbers of Mankind, Being an Answer to Mr. Malthus's Essay on 
	    That Subject. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, 
	    and Brown.
	--- (1824). History Of The Commonwealth Of England: From Its Commencement
		To The Restoration Of Charles The Second. 4 vols. 
		London: Henry Colburn.	
	--- (1824). Life Of Lady Jane Grey And Of Lord Guildford Dudley Her Husband. 
		London: M. J. Godwin. 	
	--- (1826). The History Of England: For Use Of Schools And Young Persons
		London: Baldwin, Cradock, And Jay.
	--- (1830). Cloudesley: A Tale. 3 vols. London: Henry Colburn
		and Richard Bentley.
	--- (1831). Thoughts on man, his nature, productions, 
		and discoveries. 
	--- (1831). St. Leon, a tale of the sixteenth century. New York: AMS
		Press, 1975. Reprint of the 1835 issue of the 1831 ed. published by R. 
		Bentley, London
	--- (1833). Deloraine. 3 vols. London: Richard Bentley.
	--- (1840). Fables, Ancient And Modern: Adapted For The Use Of Children.  New York, R.B. Collins, 1856.
		London: Thomas Tegy.
	--- (1842). An Essay on Trades & Professions. Manchester, England: 
	    A. Heywood.
	--- (1873). Essays Never Before Published. London: Henry S. King and Co.
	--- (1890). Godwin's Political Justice: A Reprint Of The Essay on Property.
		Edited with an introduction by H. S. Salt.  London: George Allen and 
		Unwin Ltd.
	--- (1910).  Reflections on political justice:  selections from 
		the writings of Willaim Godwin. C.W. Daniel, Ltd.
	--- (1927). Godwin's Memoirs of Mary Wollstonecraft. London: 
		Constable & Co., Ltd. 
	--- (1965). Italian Letters: Or The History of the Count de St. Julian.
		Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
	--- (1966). Godwin & Mary; Letters of William Godwin
		and Mary Wollstroncraft. Lawrence, KA:
		University of Kansas Press.
	--- (1966).  Four early pamphlets, 1783-1784. 
		Gainesville, Fla., Scholars' Facsimiles and Reprints, 1966.
 	--- (1968). Uncollected Writings. Facsimile Reproductions with 
 		Introductions by Jack W. Marken and Burton R. Pollin. Gainesville: 
 		Scholars' Facsimiles and Reprints.
	--- (1969). Memoirs of the Author of A 
		Vindication of the Rights of Woman. ed. W. 
		Clark Durant. New York: Haskell House 
	--- (1971). Enquiry Concerning Political Justice. Abridged
		and edited with an introduction by K. Codell Carter. 
		Oxford: Clarendon Press.
	--- (1978). Essays  Norwood, PA: Norwood Editions.
	--- (1992). Cloudesley. Edited by Maurice Hindle.
		London: W. Pickering, 1992. (vol.7)
	Marken, J. W. and Burton R. Pollin, eds. (1968). Uncollected 
		Writings (1785-1822). Gainesville, Florida. 
	Marshall, Peter (ed.) (1986). The Anarchist Writings 
		of William Godwin.  London: Freedom Press.
	Philp, M. (ed.) (1992). Collected Novels and Memoirs 
		of William Godwin. Eight Volumes. London:  
		William Pickering.
	--- (1993). Political and Philosophical Writings of 
		William Godwin. Seven Volumes. 
		London: William Pickering.
	Pollin, W. Jack and R., eds. (1968). Uncollected 
		Writings (1785-1822). Gainesville, Florida. 
	Pollin, Burton R. (1967). Godwin Criticism: A synoptic bibliography.
		Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 
	Wardle, Ralph M., ed. (1966). Godwin & Mary: letters of 
		William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft Lincoln: 
		University of Nebraska Press, [1976].


	Adams, M. Ray. (1940). "Mary Hays, Disciple of William Godwin."  
	 	Publication of the Modern Language Association. v55   
	 	(June 1940): pp. 472-83.
	Aidridge, Alfred Owen. (1947). "Jonathan Edwards and William Godwin  
	 	on Virtue." American Literature. v18 (January 1947): 
	 	pp. 308-18.
	Allen, B. Sprague. (1922). "Godwin's Influence Upon John Thelwall." 
		Publication of the Modern Language Association. v37 
		(December 1922): pp. 662-82.
	--- (1918). "The Reaction Against William Godwin."  Modern Philology. 
		v16 (September 1918): pp. 57-75.
	--- (1918). "William Godwin as Sentimentalist."  Publication of the 
		Modern Language Association v33: pp. 1-29.
	Armand, E. (1933). Les pricurseurs de l'anarchisme 
		Promithie, Gorgias, les cyniques, les stoociens, les 
		carpocratiens, les sectes du moyen bge, l'abbaye de 
		Thilhme et les utopistes, La Boitie, Diderot, Sylvain 
		Marichal, Burke, Paine, la Pantisocratie, William Godwin.  
		Iditions de l'En dehors.
	Avery, John, (1997) Progress, poverty, and population: re-reading 
		Condorcet, Godwin, and Malthus. London; Portland, OR: F. Cass.
	Bellamy, R. (1985). "Godwin and the Development of 
		'The New Man of Feeling'". History of 
		Political Thought 6. pp. 411-32.
	Brailsford, H.N. (1949). Shelley, Godwin, and Their 
		Circle. London: Oxford University Press.
	Brown, F. K. (1926). The life of William Godwin. 
		Illustrated with six photogravure plates.  
		London and Toronto, J.M. Dent & Sons, Ltd.; 
		New York: E.P. Dutton & Co.
	Butler, M. (1984). Burke, Paine, Godwin, and the 
		Revolution Controversy. Cambridge: Cambridge 
		University Press.
	Cano Ruiz, B. (1977).  Willaim Godwin: (su vida y su
	     obra). Editorial Ideas, Tall. Graf. Ideas.
	Clark, John P. (1977). The Philosophical Anarchism of 
		William Godwin. Princeton: Princeton 
		University Press.
	--- (1975). "On Anarchism in an Unreal World: Kramnick's View of
		Godwin and the Anarchists." American Political Science 
		Review. v69 (March 1975): pp. 162-7.
	--- "Rejoinder to 'Comment' by Isaac Kramnic." American Political 
		Science Review. v69 (March 1975): pp. 169-70.
	Clemit, Pamela (1993). The Godwinian Novel. 
		Oxford: Clerendon Press.
	Cordasco, Francesco  (1950). William Godwin: a handlist 
		of critical notices & studies. Brooklyn: Long Island 
		University Press.
	Corrao, A. (1984). William Godwin Illuminista 
		Romantico. Napoli, Italy: Edizioni 
		Scientifiche Italiane.
	Crowder, G. (1991).  Classical anarchism:  The political 
		thought of Godwin, Proudhon, Bakunin, and Kropotkin.  
		Clarendon Press.
	Detre, J. (1975). A Most Extraordinary Pair: Mary 
		Wollstonecraft and William Godwin. Garden 
		City, NY: Doubleday.
	Doheny, J.R. (1998). "Godwin and Nursey-Bray: A Reaction".
		Anarchist Studies. Vol 6, No. 1, pp. 45-54.
	Driver, C. H. (1931). "William Godwin". In F. J. C. 
		Hearnshaw, The Social and Political Ideas of 
		Some Representative Thinkers of the Revolutionary 
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	Edward, E. and E. Greenwell Smith, (1965). William Godwin 
		New York: Twayne Publishers, Inc. 
	Evans, Frank B. "Shelley, Godwin, Hume and the Doctrine of Necessity."  
		Studies in Philology. v37 (October 1940): pp. 632-40.
	Faiola Neri, S. (1989). Il Romanzo Giacobino in 
		Inghilterra. Roma: Bulzoni Editore.
	Fleisher, D. (1951). William Godwin. A Study of 
		Liberalism. London: G. Allen and Unwin.
	Furbank, P. N. (1955). "Godwin's Novels."  Essays in Criticism
	    v5 (July 1955): pp. 214-28.
	Garrett, Roland (1971). "Anarchism or Political Democracy: The Case of William 
		Godwin."  Social Theory and Practice v1 (July 1971): pp. 111-20.
	Graham, K. W. (1990). The Politics of Narrative: Ideology and 
		Social Change in William Godwin's Caleb Williams 
		(Ams Studies in the Eighteenth Century, No. 16). AMS Press.
	--- (2001) William Godwin Reviewed: A Reception History 1783-1834.
		New York: AMS Press.
	Grande, James (2010). "Nineteenth-Century London in William Godwin's Diary.". 
		Journal of Victorian Culture. vol. 15 (2).
	Green, T. (1799). An examination of the leading principle of the new 
		system of morals, as that principle is stated and applied in 
		Mr. Godwin's Enquiry concerning political justice, in a letter 
		to a friend. London: T.N. Longman.
	Grossman, Rudolf (1907).  William Godwin, der Theoretiker 
		des kommunistischen Anarchismus. Eine biographische 
		Studie mit Ausz|gen aus seinen Schriften und eine Skizze 
		|ber die sozial-politische Literatur des anarcho-Sozialismus 
		seiner Zeit.  F. Dietrich.
	Grylls, R. G. (1974). William Godwin & His World. 
		Folcroft PA: Folcroft Library Editions. 
	Hazlitt, William (1825). The Spirit of the Age: Or
	    Contemporary Portraits. London: Oxford University 
	    Press, 1966.
	Hill-Miller, Katherine (1995).  My Hideous Progeny:
		Mary Shelly, William Godwin, and the Father-
		Daughter Relationship. Newark: University of 
		Delaware Press.
	Hughes, D. T. (1980). Romance and Psychological 
		Realism in William Godwin's Novels. New York: 
		Arno Press.
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	Kramnick, I. (1972). "On Anarchism and the Real World: 
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		Political Science Review. 66, pp. 114-28.
	--- (1975). "Comment on Dark's 'On Anarchism in an Unreal 
		World.'"  American Political Science Review. v69 
		(March): pp. 168.
	Lamb, Robert (2009). "For and Against Ownership: William Godwin's 
		Theory of Property". The Review of Politics, vol. 71 (02), p. 275.
	Locke, D. (1980). A Fantasy of Reason: The Life and 
		Thought of William Godwin.  London: Routledge 
		and Kegan Paul.
	Mark, P. (1986). Godwin's Political Justice. London:
	MacMullen, Hugh H. (1937). "Satire of George Walker's Vagabond (1799) 
		on Rousseau and Godwin."  Publication of the Modern Language 
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	Marshall, Peter (1984). William Godwin. New Haven: 
		Yale University Press.
	McCracken, David (1970). "Godwin's Literary Theory: The Alliance  
		Between Fiction and Political Philosophy." Philological 
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	Mendus, Susan (2002). Impartiality in Moral and Political Philosophy. 
		Oxford: Oxford University Press.
	Monro, D.H. (1953). Godwin's Moral Philosophy. 
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		History of the Commonwealth of England." The Historical Journal 
		v34, 3, pp. 645-664.
	Nursey-Bray, P.(1996). "Autonomy and Community: William 
		Godwin and the Anarchist Project". Anarchist Studies.
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		Vol 6, No. 1, pp. 54-57.
	Palacio, Jean de (1980). William Godwin et son mode intérieur.
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		Contemporaries. London: Henry S. King.
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		of William Godwin. New York: Las Americas Publishing 
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		the Federalist Propaganda," Journal of the History of Ideas, 
		XXVIII, pp. 432-44.
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		Doctrine of Anarchism". Journal of the History 
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	--- (1959).  The Dean and the Anarchist.  Tallahassee: The 
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	    kommunistischen Anarchismus; eine biographische Studie mit 
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		Justification of Punishment:. Political 
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	Rodway, A. E. (1952). Godwin and the Age of Transition. London: 
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		Shelleys: a biography of a family. Baltimore: 
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		anfdnge des anarchismus im XVIII. jahrhundert Ein beitrag 
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		American Journal of Economics and Sociology. v29 (January): 
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		and the Defence of Impartialist Ethics." Utilitas, v7, n1, pp. 67-86.
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	Spengler, Joseph J. (1971). "Malthus on Godwin's 'Of Population'", 
		Demography, Vol. 8, No. 1 (February), pp. 1-12.
	Storch, Rudolf F. (1967). "Metaphors of Private Guilt and Social Rebellion 
		in Godwin's Caleb Williams."  ELH: A Journal of English Literary 
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	Strauss, R.  (1973).  The anarchist argument, an analysis 
		of three justifications of anarchism.  NY: Columbia 
		University Press.
	Thevenet, Alain (1993). William Godwin et l'euthenasie du gouvernement 
		Lyon: Atelier de creation libertaire.
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		de creation libertaire.
	Tysdahl, B. J. (1981). William Godwin as Novelist.
		London: Athlone.
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		a comparison of their anarchist theories. George Washington
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		Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science. v14 (February): 
		pp. 107-12.
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		Tradition: A Bicentennial Tribute". Social Anarchism.
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	Werkmeister, Lucyle (1958). "Coleridge and Godwin on the Communication of Truth."  
		Modern Philology v55 (February): pp. 170-7.
	Weston, Rowland. "William Godwin's Religious Sense." Journal for Eighteenth-Century 
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		Black Rose Books. 


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