Peter Schlemihl in America

TitlePeter Schlemihl in America
Year for Search1848
Authors[Wood], [George](1799-1870)
Date Published1848
PublisherCarey and Hart
Place PublishedPhiladelphia, PA
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Mostly social commentary with a lot of material on religion, but also includes fictional Fourierist communities and discussion of Fourierism.

Additional Publishers

Some was originally published as by Peter Schemil [pseud.]. “Lights and Shadows of Fashionable Life.” The Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine 27.2 - 28.2 (February - August 1846): 128-38, 215-27, 319-35, 425-36, 485-501; 15-24, 115-32; and with some of the same characters as “On Oratorios in New York” by Frank Williamson [pseud.]. The Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine 30.6 (December 1847): 527-35.

Holding Institutions

PSt, W1,2753

Author Note

(1799-1870)

Full Text

1848 [Wood, George] (1799-1870). Peter Schlemihl in America. Philadelphia, PA: Carey and Hart. Some was originally published as by Peter Schemil [pseud.]. “Lights and Shadows of Fashionable Life.” The Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine 27.2 - 28.2 (February - August 1846): 128-38, 215-27, 319-35, 425-36, 485-501; 15-24, 115-32; and with some of the same characters as “On Oratorios in New York” by Frank Williamson [pseud.]. The Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine 30.6 (December 1847): 527-35. PSt, W1,2753

Mostly social commentary with a lot of material on religion, but also includes fictional Fourierist communities and discussion of Fourierism.