Linked bibliography for the SEP article " Edmund Burke" by Ian Harris

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Primary Literature

Burke's Writings

There is no complete edition of Burke's works: their quantity, the character of some of his manuscript materials and the manner in which many of his parliamentary speeches are preserved all make it very likely that this situation will continue. The fullest collection by far, as well as the best edited, in nine, large substantive volumes, is: Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke, P. Langford (general editor), Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1981– (approaching completion). This is cited above as W & S, and individual works are cited as follows:

[ATX] American Taxation.
[CWA] Conciliation with America.
[RRF] Reflections on the Revolution in France.
[SSC] Second Speech on Conciliation.
[SDR] Speech on Declaratory Resolutions.
[TCD] Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents.
[TPL] Tracts relating to Popery Laws.

Burke's Correspondence

There is further unprinted correspondence in various repositories. The primary collections of Burke manuscripts are at Sheffield Archives and Northamptonshire Record Office, but there is further material by Burke in a wider range of places; the material in manuscript bearing on him is extremely bulky, diverse and scattered.

Secondary Literature

There is relatively little recent literature primarily on Burke's philosophical writings, however ‘philosophical’ is defined, though there is much that makes reference to or use of them: thus a bibliography of writings about his views on beauty, gender, and political organization, as well as his literary temper and practical activities would be disproportionately long. The reader is therefore invited to range freely. The secondary literature as a whole is listed up to about 1980 in Clara I. Gandy and Peter J. Stanlis, 1983, Edmund Burke: A Bibliography of Secondary Studies to 1982, New York, Garland. There are annual listings in the Modern Humanities Research Association's volumes.

For matters discussed here, the reader is referred to:

Other works cited

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