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|List of years in literature (table)|
|... 1837 . 1838 . 1839 . 1840 . 1841 . 1842 . 1843 ...
1844 1845 1846 -1847- 1848 1849 1850
... 1851 . 1852 . 1853 . 1854 . 1855 . 1856 . 1857 ...
|Related time period or subjects|
|... 1844 . 1845 . 1846 - 1847 - 1848 . 1849 . 1850 ...
... 1810s . 1820s . 1830s -1840s- 1850s . 1860s . 1870s
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The year 1847 in literature involved some significant events and new literature.
- Honoré de Balzac - Le Cousin Pons
- Anne Brontë - Agnes Grey
- Charlotte Brontë - Jane Eyre
- Emily Brontë - Wuthering Heights
- Catherine Gore - Castles in The Air
- Frederick Marryat - The Children of the New Forest
- Herman Melville - Omoo
- G. W. M. Reynolds - Faust: A Romance of the Secret Tribunals
- George Sand - Le Péché de M. Antoine
- Eugène Sue
- Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna - The System
- Benjamin Disraeli - Tancred
- William Makepeace Thackeray - Vanity Fair
- Ralph Waldo Emerson - Poems
- Walter Savage Landor - The Hellenics
- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Evangeline
- Henry Francis Lyte - Abide with Me
- Edgar Allan Poe - Ulalume
- Alfred Lord Tennyson - The Princess, including "Tears, Idle Tears"
- William Wells Brown - William W. Brown, a Fugitive Slave
- Søren Kierkegaard - Works of Love
- Karl Marx - The Poverty of Philosophy
- William H. Prescott - History of the Conquest of Peru
- April 10 - Joseph Pulitzer, newspaperman (died 1911)
- September 22 - Alice Meynell, poet (died 1922)
- November 8 - Bram Stoker, writer (died 1912)
- December 1 - Julia A. Moore, American poet famed for her notoriously bad poetry (died 1920)