Fiction

Selected works of Constance Fenimore Woolson were printed (and reprinted) in several volumes of family biography by Woolson’s niece, Clare Benedict. To the uninitiated, they are confusing, thus this note. Five Generations: 1785-1923 is the general title for three volumes published in 1930: Voices Out of the Past (Vol. 1), Constance Fenimore Woolson (Vol. 2), and The Benedicts Abroad (Vol. 3). Benedict then reprinted the second volume of the series, Constance Fenimore Woolson, in 1932 and added selected published and unpublished materials in “Appendix A.” In this bibliography, the four volumes Benedict edited are referred to as: Benedict 1, Benedict 2, Benedict 3, Benedict 4 (1932).

“An October Idyl.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 41 (November 1870): 907-912.

“Cicely’s Christmas.”  Appletons Journal 6 (December 30, 1871): 753-758.

“A Merry Christmas.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 44 (January 1872): 231-236.

“Margaret Morris.”  Appletons Journal 7 (April 13, 1872): 394-399.

“Weighed in the Balance.”  Appletons Journal 7 (June 1, 1872): 589-594.

“One Versus Two.”  Lippincott’s Magazine 10 (August 1872): 213-221.

“Lily and Diamond.”  Appletons Journal 8 (November 2, 1872): 477-483.

The Old Stone House [Anne March, pseud.].  Boston, MA:  D. Lothrop & Company, 1873. Reprint. Boston, Mass.: IndyPublish.com, 2003.

“King Log.”  Appletons Journal 9 (January 18, 1873): 97-101.

“On the Iron Mountain.”  Appletons Journal 9 (February 15, 1873): 225-230.

“Ballast Island.”  Appletons Journal 9 (June 28, 1873): 833-839.  Reprint. In Sweetwater, Storms, and Spirits:  Stories of the Great Lakes, edited by Victoria Brehm.  Ann     Arbor, MI:  University of Michigan Press, 1990.

“The Bones of Our Ancestors.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 47 (September 1873): 535-543.  Reprint.  Benedict 1: 291-304.  Dramatization. Elsie Hawley Platt. [n.p.]: [n.p.], May 1915.

“Solomon.”  Atlantic Monthly 32 (October 1873): 413-424.  Reprint. In Castle Nowhere:  Lake-Country Sketches.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1875; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 187[?]; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 189[?] as Solomon, and Other “Lake Country” Sketches, edited by Orla Mulford; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1899; New York: AMS Press, 1971; in Home Material: Ohio’s Nineteenth-Century Regional Women’s Fiction, edited by Sandra Parker. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1998.

“St. Clair Flats.”  Appletons Journal 10 (October 4, 1873): 419-426.  Reprint. In Castle Nowhere:  Lake-Country Sketches.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1875; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 187[?]; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 189[?] as Solomon, and Other “Lake Country” Sketches, edited by Orla Mulford. Detroit: [n.p.], 1897; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1899; Benedict 4 (1932):  431-457.  New York:  AMS Press, 1971; in Women Artists, Women Exiles:  ”Miss Grief” and Other Stories,” edited by Joan Weimer.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1988; in The Women’s Great Lakes Reader, edited by Victoria Brehm.  Tustin, MI: Ladyslipper Press, 2000; in Constance Fenimore Woolson:  Selected Stories and Travel Narratives, edited by Victoria Brehm and Sharon Dean.  Knoxville, TN:  University of Tennessee Press, 2004.

“The Flower of the Snow.”  The Galaxy 27 (January 1874): 76-85.

“Misery Landing.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 48 (May 1874):  864-870. Reprint. In Castle Nowhere:  Lake-Country Sketches.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1875; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 187[?]; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 189[?] as Solomon, and Other “Lake Country” Sketches, edited by Orla Mulford; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1899; New York:  AMS Press, 1971.

“The Waldenburg Road.”  Appletons Journal 12 (July 4, 1874): 5-11.

“Duets.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 49 (September 1874): 579-585.

“Peter the Parson.”  Scribner’s Monthly 8 (September 1874): 600-610.  Reprint. In Castle Nowhere:  Lake-Country Sketches.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1875; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 187[?]; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 189[?] as Solomon, and Other “Lake Country” Sketches; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1899; New York:  AMS Press, 1971.

“The Lady of Little Fishing.” Massachusetts Ploughman and New England Journal of Agriculture 33:49 (September 5, 1874): 4; Atlantic Monthly 34 (September 1874): 293-305.  Reprint. In Castle Nowhere:  Lake-Country Sketches.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1875; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 187[?]; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 189[?] as Solomon, and Other “Lake Country” Sketches, edited by Orla Mulford; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1899; in The Local Colorists:  American Short Stories, 1857-1900, edited by Claude Simpson.  New York:  Harpers, 1960; New York:  AMS Press, 1971; in For The Major and Selected Short Stories by Constance Fenimore Woolson, edited by Rayburn S. Moore.  New Haven, CT:  New College and University Press, 1967; in Women Artists, Women Exiles:  “Miss Grief” and Other Stories, edited by Joan Weimer.  New Brunswick:  Rutgers University Press, 1988.

“Jeannette.”  Scribner’s Monthly 9 (December 1874):  232-234. Reprint. In Castle Nowhere:  Lake- Country Sketches.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1875; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 187[?]; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 189[?] as Solomon, and Other “Lake Country” Sketches, edited by Orla Mulford; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1899; New York:  AMS Press, 1971; in Constance Fenimore Woolson:  Selected Stories and Travel Narratives, edited by Victoria Brehm and Sharon Dean.  Knoxville, TN:  University of Tennessee Press, 2004.

“The Old Agency.”  The Galaxy 18 (December 1874): 804-815. Reprint. In Castle Nowhere:  Lake-Country Sketches.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1875; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 187[?]; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 189[?] as Solomon, and Other “Lake Country” Sketches, edited by Orla Mulford; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1899; New York:  AMS Press, 1971.

“Wilhelmina.”  The Atlantic Monthly 35 (January 1875): 44-55.  Reprint. In Castle Nowhere:  Lake-Country Sketches.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1875; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 187[?]; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 189[?] as Solomon, and Other “Lake Country” Sketches, edited by Orla Mulford; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1899; New York:  AMS Press, 1971; The Anthology of Western Reserve Literature, edited by David R. Anderson and Gladys Haddad.  Kent, OH:  Kent State University Press, 1992; in Home Material: Ohio’s Nineteenth-Century Regional Women’s Fiction, edited by Sandra Parker. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1998;in To Live and Die: Collected Stories of the Civil War 1861-1876, edited by Kathleen Diffley. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2002.

Castle Nowhere:  Lake Country Sketches. (“Castle Nowhere,” “Peter the Parson,” “Jeannette,” “The Old Agency,” “Misery Landing,” “Solomon,” ”Wilhemina,” “St. Clair Flats,” and “The Lady of Little Fishing.”)  Boston:  J.R. Osgood & Company, 1875.  Reprint. New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1875; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 187[?]; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886; Odessa: J. Neish & Sons, 189[?] as Solomon, and Other “Lake Country” Sketches, edited by Orla Mulford; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1889, 1899; J. R. Osgood, 1900; New York:  MSS Information Corp., 1969; New York:  Garrett Press, 1969; New York:  AMS Press, 1971; in Women Artists, Women Exiles:  “Miss Grief” and Other Stories, edited by Joan Weimer.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1988; Temecula, CA : Reprint Services Co., 1999; edited by Margaret Livesy, Ann Arbor, MI:University of Michigan Press, 2004.

“Miss Elisabetha.”  Appletons Journal 13 (March 13, 1875): 327-334. Reprint. In Rodman the Keeper:  Southern Sketches.  New York:  D. Appleton & Company, 1880; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886, 1899; New York:  AMS Press, 1971; in Women Artists, Women Exiles:  “Miss Grief” and Other Stories, edited by Joan Weimer.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1988.

“Crowder’s Cove:  A Story of the War.”  Appletons Journal 15 (March 18, 1876): 357-362. Reprint. In Civil War Women:  The Civil War Seen Through Women’s Eyes in Stories by Louisa May Alcott, Kate Chopin, Eudora Welty, and Other Great Women, edited by Martin Harry Greenberg. New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1990.

“Old Gardiston.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 52 (April 1876): 662-674. Reprint. In Rodman the Keeper:  Southern Sketches.  New York:  D. Appleton & Company, 1880; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886, 1899; New York:  AMS Press, 1971; in For The Major and Selected Short Stories by Constance Fenimore Woolson, edited by Rayburn S. Moore.  New Haven, CT:  New College and University Press, 1967.

“In the Cotton Country.”  Appletons Journal 15 (April 29, 1876): 547-551. Reprint. In Rodman the Keeper:  Southern Sketches.  New York:  D. Appleton & Company, 1880; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886, 1899; New York:  AMS Press, 1971; in Women Artists, Women Exiles:  “Miss Grief” and Other Stories, edited by Joan Weimer.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1988.

“Felipa.”  Lippincott’s Magazine 17 (June 1876): 702-713. Reprint. In Rodman the Keeper:  Southern Sketches.  New York:  D. Appleton & Company, 1880; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886, 1899; New York:  AMS Press, 1971; in Women Artists, Women Exiles:  “Miss Grief” and Other Stories, edited by Joan Weimer.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1988; in Two Friends and Other Nineteenth-Century Lesbian Stories by American Women Authors, edited by Susan Koppleman. New York:  Meridian, 1994; in Chloe Plus Olivia:  An Anthology of Lesbian Literature From the Seventeenth Century to the Present, edited by Lillian Faderman.  New York:  Viking, 1994; in Southern Local Color: Stories of Region, Race, and Gender, edited by Barbara C. Ewell, Pamela Glenn Menke, and Andrea Humphrey. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2002

“Mission Endeavor.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 53 (November 1876): 886-893.

“The Old Five.”  Appletons Journal 1 n.s. (November 1876): 438-446.

“Rodman the Keeper.”  The Atlantic Monthly 39 (March 1877): 261-277.  Reprint. In Rodman the Keeper:  Southern Sketches.  New York:  D. Appleton & Company, 1880; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886, 1899; in Library of the World’s Best Literature, edited by Charles Dudley Warner.  New York:  J. A. Hill, 1902; New York:  AMS Press, 1971; in Benedict 4 (1932): 468-494; in For The Major and Selected Short Stories by Constance Fenimore Woolson, edited by Rayburn S. Moore.  New Haven, CT:  New College and University Press, 1967; in Constance Fenimore Woolson:  Selected Stories and Travel Narratives, edited by Victoria Brehm and Sharon Dean.  Knoxville, TN:  University of Tennessee Press, 2004.

“Sister St. Luke.”  The Galaxy 23 (April 1877): 489-506. Reprint. In Rodman the Keeper:  Southern Sketches.  New York:  D. Appleton & Company, 1880; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886, 1899; New York:  AMS Press, 1971.

“Keller Hill.”  Appletons Journal 2 n.s. (May 1877): 414-421.

“Barnaby Pass.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 55 (July 1877): 261-271.

“Raspberry Island. Told To Me By Dora.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 55 (October 1877):  737-745.

“Matches Morganatic.” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 56 (March 1878): 517-531.

“King David.”  Scribner’s Monthly 15 (April 1878): 781-789. Reprint. In Rodman the Keeper:  Southern Sketches.  New York:  D. Appleton & Company, 1880; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886, 1899; in American Local Color Stories, edited by Harry Warfel and George Orians.  New York:  American Book Co., 1941; in After Appomatox:  The Image of the South in Its Fiction, edited by Gene Baro. New York:  Corinth Books, 1963; New York:  AMS Press, 1971; in For the Major and Selected Short Stories by Constance Fenimore Woolson, edited by Rayburn S. Moore. New Haven:  New College and University Press, 1967; in Prentice-Hall Anthology of American Literature, edited by Emory Eilliot. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1992

“Up in the Blue Ridge.”  Appletons Journal 5 n.s. (August 1878): 104-125.

“‘Bro.’”  Appletons Journal 5 n.s. (November 1878): 417-428. Reprint. In Rodman the Keeper: Southern Sketches.  New York:  D. Appleton & Company, 1880; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886, 1899; New York:  AMS Press, 1971.

“Miss Vedder.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 58 (March 1879): 590-601.

“Black Point.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 59 (June 1879): 84-97.

“Mrs. Edward Pinckney.” Christian Union 20:6 (August 6, 1879): 105-107.

“The South Devil.”  The Atlantic Monthly 45 (February 1880): 173-193.  Reprint. In Rodman the Keeper:  Southern Sketches.  New York:  D. Appleton & Company, 1880; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886, 1899; in Representative American Short Stories, edited by Alexander Jessup. Boston, MA:  Allyn and Bacon, 1923, 1949; New York:  AMS Press, 1971; in Constance Fenimore Woolson:  Selected Stories and Travel Narratives, edited by Victoria Brehm and Sharon Dean.  Knoxville, TN:  University of Tennessee Press, 2004.

Rodman the Keeper:  Southern Sketches. (“Rodman the Keeper,” “Sister St. Luke,” “Miss Elisabetha,” “Old Gardiston,” “The South Devil,” “In the Cotton Country,” “Felipa,” “‘Bro,’” “King David,” and “Up in the Blue Ridge.”)  New York:  D. Appleton & Company, 1880; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886, 1899; New York:  The Garrett Press, 1969; New York:  AMS Press, 1971.

“‘Miss Grief.’”  Lippincott’s Magazine 25 (May 1880): 574-585. Reprint. In Stories by American Authors.  Vols. 1, 4. New York: Scribner’s, 1884, 1903;  in For the Major and Selected Short Stories by Constance Fenimore Woolson, edited byRayburn S. Moore. New Haven, CT:  New College and University Press, 1967; in Women Artists, Women Exiles:  “Miss Grief” and Other Stories, edited by Joan Weimer.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1988; in Heritage of American Literature, edited by James E. Miller.  New York:  Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1991; in American Women Writers:  Diverse Voices in Prose Since 1845, edited by Eileen Barrett and Mary Cullinan.  New York:  St. Martins, 1992;  in Daughters of Decadence:  Women Writers of the Fin-de-Siecle, edited by Elaine Showalter. New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1993; in Two Friends and Other Nineteenth-Century Lesbian Stories by American Women Authors, edited by Susan Koppleman. New York: Meridian, 1994; in Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers, edited by Karen Kilcup.    London:  Blackwell, 1997; in Scribbling Women:  Short Stories by 19th-Century American Women, edited by Elaine Showalter.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1997; in Heath Anthology of American Literature, 3d Edition, vol. 2, edited by Paul Lauter.  Boston, MA: Houghton-Mifflin, 1998; in Norton Anthology of American Literature, 6th edition, vol. C, edited by Nina Baym.  New York:  WW Norton, 2003; in Constance Fenimore Woolson:  Selected Stories and Travel Narratives, edited by Victoria Brehm and Sharon Dean.  Knoxville, TN:  University of Tennessee Press, 2004; sound recording, in The Norton Anthology of Literature by Women, Vol. 1, edited by Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar, 2007.

“A Florentine Experiment.”  The Atlantic Monthly 46 (October 1880): 502-530.  Reprint. Benedict 2: 192-199; Benedict 4 (1932): 192-199; in The Christmas Book.  Chicago:  Cuneo Press, 1966; in Racconti Italiani, edited and translated by Gabriella Mauro.  Rome:  Opere Nuove, 1996; in Constance Fenimore Woolson:  Selected Stories and Travel Narratives, edited by Victoria Brehm and Sharon Dean.  Knoxville, TN:  University of Tennessee Press, 2004.

“The Old Palace Keeper.”  The Christian Union 22 (November 10, 1880): 394-396; Reprint.  Benedict 2: 199-216; Benedict 4 (1932): 199-216.

Anne.  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 64 (December 1880):  28-45 (Ch. 1-2); 64 (January 1881):  218-238 (Ch. 3-4); 64 (February 1881):  399-415 (Ch. 5-6); 64 (March 1881):  556-572 (Ch. 7-8); 64 (April 1881):  718-727 (Ch. 9); 64 (May 1881):  847-863 (Ch. 10-11).  Reprint. New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1882; London:  Sampson Low & Company, 1883; New York:  Harper & Brothers, [1897?]; New York:  Harper & Brothers (Biographical Edition) 1899; New York:  Harper & Brothers,  1900, 1902; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1910; New York: Arno, 1982, 1997; Temecula, CA : Reprint Services Co., 1999.

“In Venice.”  The Atlantic Monthly 49 (April 1882): 488-505.  Reprint. In The Front Yard and Other Italian Stories.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1895; Freeport:  Books for Libraries Press, 1969.

“The Street of the Hyacinth.”  The Century Magazine 2 n.s. (May, June 1882): 134-144, 177-184. Reprint. In The Front Yard and Other Italian Stories.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1895; in For The Major and Selected Short Stories by Constance Fenimore Woolson, edited by Rayburn S. Moore.  New Haven:  New College and University Press, 1967; Freeport:  Books for Libraries Press, 1969; in Women Artists, Women Exiles:  “Miss Grief” and Other Stories, edited by Joan Weimer.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1988.

For the Major.  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 65 (November 1882): 907-917 (Ch. 1); 66 (December 1882):  93-105 (Ch. 2-3); 66 (January 1883):  243-250 (Ch. 4); 66 (February 1883):  405-414 (Ch. 5); 66 (March 1883):  564-571 (Ch. 6); 66 (April 1883):  749-764 (Ch. 7).  Reprint. New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1883; London:  Sampson Low & Company, 1883; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1911; in For The Major and Selected Short Stories, edited by Rayburn S. Moore.  New Haven, CT:  New College and University Press, 1967; New York:  AMS Press, 1970.  Reprint.  Constance Fenimore Woolson:  Per il Maggiore, edited and translated by  Edoardo Grego.  Palermo, Italy:  Sellerio, 2005.

East Angels.  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 70 (January 1885):  246-264 (Ch. 1); 70 (February 1885):  466-483 (Ch. 2-3); 70 (March 1885):  613-631 (Ch. 4-5); 70 (April 1885):  781-799 (Ch. 6); 70 (May 1885):  879-896 (Ch. 7); 71 (June 1885):  102-121 (Ch. 8); 71 (July 1885):  284-304 (Ch. 9-10); 71 (August 1885):  451-473 (Ch. 11-13); 71 (September 1885):  522-546 (Ch. 14-15); 71 (October 1885):  691-713 (Ch. 16-18); 71 (November 1885):  901-908 (Ch. 19); 72 (December 1885):  115-124 (Ch. 20); 72 (January 1886):  188-210 (Ch. 21-23); 72 (February 1886):  382-404 (Ch. 24-25); 72 (March 1886):  527-545 (Ch. 26-28); 72 (April 1886):  774-788 (Ch. 29); 72 (May 1886): 949-968 (Ch. 30-32).  Reprint. New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1886, 1898; London:  Sampson Low & Company, 1886; Temecula, CA : Reprint Services Co., 1999.

“At the Chateau of Corinne.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 75 (October 1887): 778-796.  Reprint. Benedict 2: 228-236; Benedict 4 (1932): 228-236; in Women Artists, Women Exiles:  “Miss Grief” and Other Stories, edited by Joan Weimer.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1988; in Racconti Italiani, edited and translated by Gabriella Mauro.  Rome:  Opere Nuove, 1996; in Scribbling Women:  Short Stories by 19th-Century American Women, edited by Elaine Showalter.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1997.

“Neptune’s Shore.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 77 (October 1888): 763-779. Reprint. In The Front Yard and Other Italian Stories.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1895; Freeport:  Books for Libraries Press, 1969.

“A Pink Villa.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 77 (November 1888): 837-856. Reprint. In The Front Yard and Other Italian Stories.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1895; Freeport:  Books for Libraries Press, 1969.

“The Front Yard.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 78 (December 1888): 119-138.  Reprint. In The Front Yard and Other Italian Stories.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1895; in For The Major and Selected Short Stories by Constance Fenimore Woolson, edited by Rayburn S. Moore.  New Haven, CT:  New College and University Press, 1967; Freeport:  Books for Libraries Press, 1969.

Jupiter Lights.  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 78 (January 1889):  240-255 (Ch. 1-4); 78 (February 1889):  435-452 (Ch. 5-8); 78 (March 1889):  598-610 (Ch. 9-12); 78 (April 1889):  703-722 (Ch. 13-16); 78 (May 1889):  951-958 (Ch. 17-18); 79 (June 1889):  114-123 (Ch. 19-21); 79 (July 1889):  265-282 (Ch. 22-26); 79 (August 1889):  415-431 (Ch. 27-30); 79 (September 1889):  583-599 (Ch. 31-35).  Reprint. New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1889; London:  Sampson Low & Company, 1889; New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1900; Temecula, CA : Reprint Services Co., 1999.

“Dorothy.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 84 (March 1892): 551-575.  Reprint.  Benedict 2: 295-298; Benedict 4 (1932): 295-298; in Racconti Italiani, edited and translated by Gabriella Mauro. Rome:  Opere Nuove, 1996; in Constance Fenimore Woolson:  Selected Stories and Travel Narratives, edited by Victoria Brehm and Sharon Dean.  Knoxville, TN:  University of Tennessee Press, 2004.

“In Sloane Street.”  Harper’s Bazar 25 (June 11, 1892): 473-478.

“A Christmas Party.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 86 (December 1892): 40-57.  Reprint. In The Front Yard and Other Italian Stories.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1895; Freeport:  Books for Libraries Press, 1969.

Horace ChaseHarper’s New Monthly Magazine 86 (January 1893):  198-211 (Ch. 1-2); 86 (February 1893):  438-454 (Ch. 3-4); 86 (March 1893):  596-613 (Ch. 5-7); 86 (April 1893): 753-770 (Ch. 8-9); 86 (May 1893):  882-897 (Ch. 10-12); 87 (June 1893):  140-149 (Ch.13-14); 87 (July 1893):  276-286 (Ch. 15-17); 87 (August 1893):  414-423 (Ch. 18-19); 87 (September 1893):  595-602 (Ch. 20-21); 87 (October 1893):  755-770 (Ch. 22-24). Reprint. New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1894; London:  Osgood, McLlvaine & Company, 1894; Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Literature house, 1970, 1984.

“A Transplanted Boy.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 88 (February 1894): 425-441.  Reprint. In The Heart of Childhood, edited by William Dean Howells.  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1906; Benedict 4 (1932): 500-541; in For the Major and Selected Short Stories by Constance Fenimore Woolson,  edited by Rayburn S. Moore. New Haven, CT:  New College and University Press, 1967; in Racconti Italiani, edited and translated by Gabriella Mauro.  Rome:  Opere Nuove, 1996; in Constance Fenimore Woolson:  Selected Stories and Travel Narratives, edited by Victoria Brehm and Sharon Dean.  Knoxville, TN:  University of Tennessee Press, 2004.

“A Waitress.”  Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 89 (June 1894): 88-102.  Reprint. Benedict 2: 301-302; Benedict 4 (1932): 301-302; in Racconti Italiani, edited and translated by Gabriella Mauro. Rome:  Opere Nuove, 1996.

The Front Yard and Other Italian Stories. (“The Front Yard,” “Neptune’s Shore,” “A Pink Villa,” “The Street of Hyacinth,” “A Christmas Party,” “In Venice.”)  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1895. Reprint. Freeport:  Books for Libraries Press, 1969.

Dorothy and Other Italian Stories. (“Dorothy,” “A Transplanted Boy,” “A Florentine Experiment,” “A Waitress,” “At The Chateau of Corrine.”)  New York:  Harper & Brothers, 1896, 1899, 1900; Temecula, CA:  Reprint Services, 1999.

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