Dolores: A Novel of South America

TitleDolores: A Novel of South America
Year for Search1846
AuthorsHarro-Harring, [Paul](1798-1870)
Volume / Edition4 parts
Date Published1846
PublisherAuthor/Libreria Hernandez/Marrener, Lockwood
Place PublishedNew York/Montevideo, Uruguay/New York
KeywordsGerman author, Male author
Annotation

An eclectic novel giving the author’s viewpoint on a wide range of subjects and including the outlines of an egalitarian eutopia.

Additional Publishers

Part I was published as New York: Author/Montevideo, Uruguay: Libreria Hernandez. Parts II - IV were published as Dolores: A Novel. New York: Marrener, Lockwood, [1846]. All parts say “Complete in One Volume”.

Info Notes

Initially rejected by the publishers who had contracted to publish it, and then published with the support of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Margaret Fuller. See Margaret Fuller, Critic: Writings from the “New-York Tribune”, 1844-1846. Ed. Judith Mattson Bean and Joel Myerson (New York: Columbia University Press, 2000), 350-58, 410-23.

Translation Note

Trans. as Dolores Ein Charaktergemeinde aus Sud-Amerika (1858-59).

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

The author (1798-1870) was born in North Frisia, now part of Germany, and lived in Germany, Denmark, Austria, Poland, France, England, the U. S., Brazil, and Jersey.

Full Text

1846 Harro-Harring, [Paul] (1798-1870). Dolores: A Novel of South America. 4 parts. Part I was published as New York: Author/Montevideo, Uruguay: Libreria Hernandez. Parts II - IV were published as Dolores: A Novel. New York: Marrener, Lockwood, [1846]. All parts say “Complete in One Volume”. Initially rejected by the publishers who had contracted to publish it, and then published with the support of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Margaret Fuller. See Margaret Fuller, Critic: Writings from the “New-York Tribune”, 1844-1846. Ed. Judith Mattson Bean and Joel Myerson (New York: Columbia University Press, 2000), 350-58, 410-23. PSt

An eclectic novel giving the author’s viewpoint on a wide range of subjects and including the outlines of an egalitarian eutopia. The author was Danish.