1831 in literature
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This article presents lists of the literary events and publications in 1831.
- January 1 – William Lloyd Garrison begins publication of the Liberator, an abolitionist periodical in the United States.
- January 15 – Victor Hugo completes his novel Notre-Dame de Paris, known in English as The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
- February 18 (old style) – Alexander Pushkin marries Natalya Goncharova at the Great Ascension Church on Bolshaya Nikitskaya Street in Moscow.
- March 19 – The play La Cocarde Tricolore by the Cogniard brothers introduces the term "chauvinism".
- April 18 – The Sydney Morning Herald is first published.
- Convict Henry Savery's autobiographical fiction Quintus Servinton: a tale founded upon incidents of real occurrence is published anonymously in Tasmania, the first Australian novel.
- Playwright Manuel Bretón de los Herreros publishes a translation of Tibullus which secures him an appointment as sub-librarian at the Spanish national library (Biblioteca Pública de Palacio).
- Daniel Appleton publishes his first book in New York City, origins of the firm of D. Appleton & Company.
- Honoré de Balzac
- Selina Davenport – The Queen's Page
- Benjamin Disraeli – The Young Duke
- Nikolai Gogol – Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka
- Catherine Gore
- Ann Hatton – Gerald Fitzgerald
- Victor Hugo – The Hunchback of Notre Dame (French: Notre Dame de Paris)
- Thomas Love Peacock – Crotchet Castle
- Amantine Aurore Dupin and Jules Sandeau (as J. Sand) – Rose et Blanche
- Anne Knight – Mary Gray. A tale for little girls
- Robert Montgomery Bird – Gladiator
- Manuel Bretón de los Herreros – Marcela o ¿Cuál de las tres?
- Dulduityn Danzanravjaa – Saran khökhöö ("Moon Cuckoo"; approximate date)
- Alfred de Vigny – La Maréchale d'Ancre
- Franz Grillparzer – Des Meeres und der Liebe Wellen ("Waves of the Sea and of Love")
- Victor Hugo – Marion Delorme
- Alexander Pushkin – Boris Godunov (Борис Годунов, published)
- John Augustus Stone – Tancred, King of Sicily
- Robert Taylor – Swing, or, Who Are the Incendiaries?
- Thomas Hood – The Dream of Eugene Aram, the Murderer
- Giacomo Leopardi – Canti
- Edgar Allan Poe – Poems
- Sir John Barrow, 1st Baronet – The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of HMS Bounty: Its Cause and Consequences
- Washington Irving – Voyages and Discoveries of the Companions of Columbus
- John Stuart Mill – The Spirit of the Age (Mill)|The Spirit of the Age
- January 2 – Justin Winsor, American historian and librarian (died 1897)
- January 3 – George Manville Fenn, English novelist and educationalist (died 1909)
- January 14 – John Cordy Jeaffreson, English novelist and non-fiction writer (died 1901)
- January 26 – Mary Mapes Dodge, American children's writer (died 1907)
- February 16 – Nikolai Leskov, Russian novelist and playwright (died 1895)
- June 7 – Amelia Edwards, English fiction writer and Egyptologist (died 1892)
- July 3 – Edmund Yates, Scottish writer (died 1894)
- August 1 – William Aldis Wright, English writer and literary editor (died 1914)
- September 5 – Victorien Sardou, French dramatist (died 1908)
- September 12 – Álvares de Azevedo, Brazilian Ultra-Romantic writer (died 1852)
- October 15 – Helen Hunt Jackson, American poet, writer and activist (died 1885)
- January 2 – Barthold Georg Niebuhr, Danish-born German historian (born 1776)
- January 14 – Henry Mackenzie, Scottish novelist (born 1745)
- January 21 – Ludwig Achim von Arnim, German poet and novelist (heart attack, born 1781)
- February 25 – Friedrich Maximilian Klinger, German dramatist and novelist, originator of Sturm und Drang (born 1752)
- April 4 – Isaiah Thomas, American publisher (born 1749)
- June 30 – William Roscoe, English poet (born 1753)
- September 12 – Jippensha Ikku (十返舎 一九), Japanese novelist and humorist (born 1765)
- October 2 – José Agostinho de Macedo, Portuguese poet (born 1761)
- December 18 – Willem Bilderdijk, Dutch author (born 1756)
- December 26 – Henry Louis Vivian Derozio, Indian poet and teacher (born 1809)
- WorldCat entry
- The development of Australian literature in the 19th century (PDF), University of the Third Age, p. 4, retrieved 2013-08-22
- Leavis, Q. D. (1965). Fiction and the Reading Public (2nd ed.). London: Chatto & Windus.