Standard Name: Wilson, Harriette
Birth Name: Harriette Dubouchet
Self-constructed Name: Wilson
Self-constructed Name: Lamb
Married Name: Harriette Rochfort
turned her career as an early nineteenth-century courtesan to good practical use as a memoirist and writer of scandal fiction: though she shows genuine literary talent, the primary aim of her writing was blackmail. She also wrote drama and verse.
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Wilson, Harriette. Clara Gazul. J. J. Stockdale, 1830.
Wilson, Harriette. “Editorial Materials”. The Blackmailing of the Chancellor, edited by Kenneth Bourne, Lemon Tree Press, 1975, p. Various pages.
Wilson, Harriette. HW, Memoirs of Harriette Wilson, 1831. J. J. Stockdale, 1831.
Wilson, Harriette. Memoirs of Harriette Wilson. J. J. Stockdale, 1825.
Wilson, Harriette. Paris Lions and London Tigers. J. J. Stockdale, 1825.