The Dickens Quarterly Checklist

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The Dickens Quarterly Checklist


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A Christmas Dinner. New York: Red Rock P, 2008. ISBN: 1933176105.

David Copperfield. Ed. Nina Burgis. 6th ed. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2008. ISBN: 0199536295.

The Haunted House. Mineola, NY: Dover Publications, 2008. ISBN: 0486463095.

Oliver Twist. Trans. Anne Braun. Hamburg: Hamburg Klopp, 2008. ISBN: 3781730115.

The Pickwick Papers. Ed. James Kinsley. 4th ed. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2008. ISBN: 0199536244.

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Dickens Quarterly 25.1 (March 2008). [Contents: Christine Alexander, "The Juvenilia of Charles Dickens: Romance and Reality": 3-22; Leslie Simon, "Archives of the Interior: Exhibitions of Domesticity in The Pickwick Papers": 23-36; Nancy Metz, "Italy: The Sequel": 37-45; Trey Philpotts (Rev. Leon Litvack, Charles Dickens's Dombey and Son: An Annotated Bibliography, 1999, and Robert C. Hanna, Dickens's Nonfictional, Theatrical, and Poetical Writings: An Annotated Bibliography, 1820-2000, 2007): 46-51; Francesco Marroni (Rev. Paul Davis, Critical Companion to Charles Dickens: A Literary Reference to His Life and Work, 2007, and Ian Brinton, Dickens's Great Expectations: A Reader's Guide, 2007): 52-54; Brigid Lowe (Rev. Rachel Ablow: The Marriage of Minds: Reading Sympathy in the Victorian Marriage Plot, 2007: 57-58; Patrick McCarthy (Rev. Lloyd Jones, Mister Pip, 2006): 59-60; Announcements: 61-64; Elizabeth Bridgham, "The Dickens Quarterly Checklist": 65-69].

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Dore, Gustave. Dore's London: Writings by Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde, Anthony Trollope, Wilkie Collins, and Others. Ed. Valerie Purton. London: Foulsham, 2008. ISBN: 0572034326.

Hardy, Barbara Nathan. Dickens and Creativity. London: Continuum, 2008. ISBN: 0826495265.

Hedgecock, Jennifer. The Femme Fatale in Victorian Literature: The Danger and the Sexual Threat. Youngstown, NY: Cambria P, 2008. ISBN: 1604975180. [Contains an examination of DC's Rosa Dartle].

Hill, Jen. White Horizon: the Arctic in the Nineteenth-Century British Imagination. Albany: SUNY P, 2008. ISBN: 0791472299. [Chapt. 5: "Arctic Highlanders and Englishmen: Dickens, Cannibalism, and Sensation"].

Horton, Richard. "The Resistance of Little Dorrit. …

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