Sarah Wentworth Morton
Standard Name: Morton, Sarah Wentworth
Birth Name: Sarah Wentworth Apthorp
Married Name: Sarah Wentworth Morton
, poet of the American Revolution, is remembered for the long, sentimental, narrative poems in which she considers the make-up of the new nation, inter-racial relationships (equal male friendship, unequal heterosexual love), the relationship of history to topography, and heroism both male and female. Her more personal and occasional poems, and her essays, are also of interest. Though too invested in the idea of submission to be a feminist, she has the status and role of women much at heart.
Morton, Sarah Wentworth. Beacon Hill. printed for the author by Manning and Loring, 1797.
Bottorff, William K., and Sarah Wentworth Morton. “Introduction”. My Mind and its Thoughts, Scholars’ Facsimiles and Reprints, 1975, pp. 5-16.
Morton, Sarah Wentworth. My Mind and its Thoughts. Wells and Lilly, 1823.
Morton, Sarah Wentworth. My Mind and its Thoughts. Scholars’ Facsimiles and Reprints, 1975.
Morton, Sarah Wentworth. Ouâbi. I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, 1790.
Morton, Sarah Wentworth. The Virtues of Society. printed for the author by Manning and Loring, 1799.