Blain, Virginia, et al. 1990. The feminist Companion to Lterature
in English.New Haven: Yale UP.
Chorley, Henry. 1836. Memorials of Mrs Hemans in Two Volumes.
London: ? One Chapter was extremely helpful and the others provided a
good background to Jewsbury and Heman's friendship.
Clarke, Norma. 1990. Ambitious Heights, Writing, friendship, love
- the Jewsbury sisters Felicia Hemans and Jane Carlyle. London and
New York : Routledge. This was extremely helpful; it provided a background,
comments on Jewsbury's work and also an overview of the general opinions
of the period.
de Staël, Madame. 1998. Corinne - or Italy. Trans. and ed. by Sylvia Raphael. Intro.John Isbell. Oxford: Oxford UP.
Fryckstedt, Monica Correa. "The Hidden Rill: The Life and Career of Maria Jane Jewsbury: I." Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 66.2 (1984): 177-203.Very interesting and there is a lot on Lays of Leisure Hours and Letters to the Young but limited information or comments on Phantasmagoria and The Three Histories.
Johnston, Judith. 1997. Anna Jameson, Victorian Feminist, Women of Letters. Yale: Yale UP, Scolar Press. Limited information on Jewsbury.
Mary Moorman.19571965. William Wordsworth: A Biography. 2 vols. a Biography, Oxford: Oxford U P. Good for the male opinion and helpful to me as Jewsbury was friends with Wordsworth and his family.
Todd, Janet, ed. 1989. British women writers: a critical reference guide. New York : Continuum. Similar to Shattock, nothing specific.