Journal Articles

  1. Caroline Franklin, ., Franklin, C. ‘A land of slavery and superstition’? Hester Thrale and Elizabeth Montagu in France The Modern Language Review 114 2 212 229
  2. Franklin, C., Franklin, M., Pohl, N. Selected Letters between James Beattie and Elizabeth Montagu (1758–ca. 1799), University of Aberdeen Huntington Library Quarterly 81 4 S1 S32
  3. Franklin, C. An Honorable Alliance: The Friendship between James Beattie and Elizabeth Montagu, as Revealed by Her Letters Huntington Library Quarterly 81 4 497 511
  4. Franklin, C. Monstrous Combinations of horrors and mockery? Southey, Catholicism and the Gothic Romanticism 17 1 25 38


  1. Franklin, C. The Female Romantics: Nineteenth-century Women Novelists and Byronism New York and London Routledge
  2. Franklin, C. The Longman Anthology of Gothic Verse (Ed.), New York Pearson
  3. Franklin, C. Byron: Routledge Guides to Literature London: Routledge
  4. Franklin, C. Mary Wollstonecraft, A Literary Life London: Palgrave
  5. Franklin, C. Authorship, Commerce and the Public, 1750-1850 (Ed.), Basingstoke: Macmillan
  6. Franklin, C. Byron, A Literary Life London: Macmillan
  7. Franklin, C. Byron's Heroines Oxford: Clarendon Press

Book Chapters

  1. Franklin, C. "Stand not on that brink!": Byron, gender and Romantic suicide (Ed.), Byron and the Margins of Romanticism 207 232 Edinburgh University Press
  2. Franklin, C., Pohl, N. ‘“An Editor’s duty is indeed that of most danger”: the Rationale for A Digital Edition of Elizabeth Montagu’s letters’ (Ed.), 172 191 London and New York Routledge
  3. Franklin, C. Enlightenment feminism and the Bluestocking legacy. (Ed.), 115 128 Cambridge Cambridge University Press
  4. Franklin, C. The Novel of Sensibility in the 1780s (Ed.), The Oxford History of the Novel in English: English and British Fiction 1750-1820 164 181 Oxford Oxford University Press
  5. Franklin, C. ‘Representing Wales as Utopia in the eighteenth-century novel’ (Ed.), Footsteps of Liberty and Revolt: Essays on Wales and the French Revolution 11 35 Cardiff University of Wales Press
  6. Franklin, M., Franklin, C. ‘ Victorian Gothic poetry’: The Corpse's [a] text' (Ed.), The Victorian Gothic: An Edinburgh Companion 72 92 Edinburgh University Press
  7. , ., Franklin, C. ‘The eternal feminine and the eternal city: Byron, Staël, and the gendering of Italy’, in Diego Saglia (ed.), Byron e il segno plurale. Tracce del sé, percorsi di scrittura (Ed.), 185 208 Bologna, Italy Bononia University Press

Other Research Outputs

  1. Franklin, C. Introduction: The Material Culture of Eighteenth-Century Women's Writing Women's Writing 21 3 Taylor and Francis