;. R. Historiography, L. Mayer, and . Hutchinson, Voir encore Daniel R. Woolf, « Historical Writing in Restoration England : A Preliminary Survey, The Cambridge Companion to Writing of the English Revolution, pp.314-319, 1997.

D. Looser, , p.38

R. Macgillivray, M. Norbrook, L. Cavendish, and . Hutchinson, Mrs Hutchinson's reflections on the origins of the war possess a comprehensiveness which not only marks her off from Ludlow, whose remarks on this question amount to little more than a collection of notes, but from most other seventeenth-century historians of the war, Line Cottegnies, « The Garden and the Tower : Pastoral Retreat and Configuration of the Self in Auto/Biography, vol.9, pp.125-144, 2000.

P. Salzman, The Cavendishes and the Hutchinsons », Reading Early Modern Women's Writing, pp.167-170, 2006.

R. Macgillivray, 174 : « Mrs Hutchinson writes with a hard-headed aggressiveness well suited to the defeated but uncrushed enemy of an entire political order, pp.29-30

V. Daniel, R. Woolf, «. Past, ?. Gender, G. et al., American Historical Review, vol.12, issue.3, pp.32-34, 1997.

E. C. Passim, L. Gheeraert-graffeuille, and . Hutchinson, The Colonel's Shadow' : Lucy Hutchinson, Women's Writing and the Civil War, voir Jonathan Sawday, « Re-writing a Revolution: History, Symbol, and Text in the Restoration », The Seventeenth Century, vol.1644, p.65, 1990.

, Elle ne laisse aucune place au hasard et unifie les fils du récit. Elle permet non seulement d'inscrire la vie du Colonel Hutchinson dans l'histoire anglaise

V. R. Sur-ce-portrait-de-cromwell and O. Macgillivray, The Perfect Politician, London, 1660 et dans Samuel Carrington, The History of the Life and Death of His most Serene Highness, Oliver, Late Lord Protector, London, 1659 ; Metamorphosis Anglorum, or Reflections Historical and Political, p.1661

C. Voir and . Dubois, La Conception de l'histoire en France au XVI e siècle, pp.34-35, 1977.

, Providence and Politics in Cromwellian England », Past and Present, vol.109, pp.55-99, 1985.

;. De-même, R. Mayer, and L. Hutchinson, mais la situation se retourne en faveur des troupes du Parlement grâce à l'intervention divine : « God was with them in these difficulties, and gave an unexpected issue, au printemps 1643, l'avantage va aux forces royales, pp.321-323

K. B. Sur-l'écriture-de-la-biographie, . Murdock, and . Clio, the Wilderness : History and Biography in Puritan New England », Early American Literature, vol.6, pp.201-219, 1971.

, il est très significatif qu'à l'orée de sa biographie, la mémorialiste tisse un parallèle typologique précis entre Moïse et John Hutchinson, tous deux attachés à libérer leur peuple d'un tyran