The Dickens Quarterly Checklist

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The Dickens Quarterly Checklist

Bridgham, Elizabeth, Dickens Quarterly

Primary Texts

Bardell v. Pickwick. Ed. Percy Fitzgerald. Clark, NJ: Lawbook Exchange Ltd., 2010. ISBN: 9781616190453.

Charles Dickens: Australia--Selected Essays from Household Words 18501859. Sydney, Australia: Sydney UP, 2010. ISBN: 9781920898670.

The Christmas Books, Ghost Stories, and Other Tales. London: Wordsworth Library Collection, 2010. ISBN: 9781840226546.

A Christmas Carol. London: HarperPress, 2010. ISBN: 9780007350865.

Dickens's Dreadful Almanac. Ed. Cate Ludlow. Stroud, UK: History Press, 2010. ISBN: 9780752458281. [Compilation of HW "Narrative of Law and Crime" and "Narrative of Accident and Disaster" columns].

Do Nagarom Ki Viplava Katha. Trans. Krshnagopala Airi. Dilli, India: Dilli Pustaka Sadana, 2010. ISBN: 9788188032822. [Hindi translation of TTC].

Grosse Erwartungen. Trans. Ulrike Jung-Grell. Stuttgart, Germany: Reclam, 2010. ISBN: 9783150202081. [German Translation of GE].

Grote Verwachtingen. Trans. Eugene Dabekaussen and Maarten 't Hart. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Athenaeum-Polak and Van Gennep, 2010. ISBN: 9789025367473. [Dutch translation of GE].

Hard Times. Richmond, UK: Oneworld Classics, 2010. ISBN: 9781847491411.

Night Walks. London: Penguin, 2010. ISBN: 9780141047508.

The Wreck of the Golden Mary. Christchurch, NZ: Christchurch Dickens Fellowship, 2010. ISBN: 9780958224949.

Secondary Texts

Agathocleous, Tanya. Urban Realism and the Cosmopolitan Imagination: Visible City, Invisible World. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UP, 2010. ISBN: 9780521762649. [Includes chapter on CD and cosmopolitan realism].

Anderson, Antje S. "Transforming Great Expectations: Dickens, Cuaron, and the Bildungsroman." Beyond Adaptation: Essays on Radical Transformation of Original Works. Ed. Phyllis Frus and Christy Williams. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2010. 6982. ISBN: 0786442239.

Arac, Jonathan. Impure Worlds: The Institution of Literature in the Age of the Novel. New York: Fordham UP, 2010. ISBN: 9780823231782. [Examines reception history of CD's works].

DeBona, Guerric. "A Victorian New Deal: Dickens, The Great Depression, and MGM's David Copperfield." Film Adaptation in the Hollywood Studio Era. Urbana, IL: U of Illinois P, 2010. 3763. ISBN: 9780252035418.

Dickens Quarterly 27.2 (June 2010). [Contents: Michael Peled Ginsburg, "Sentimentality and Survival: The Double Narrative of The Old Curiosity Shop": 85101; Rodney Stenning Edgecombe, "Emblems and Ecphrases in Dombey and Son": 10218; Kirsten L. Parkinson: "'What do you play, boy?' Card Games in Great Expectations": 11938; Arthur J. Cox, "The Drood Remains Revisited: The Monthly Plans (Part One)": 13950; Lisa Rodensky (Rev. Jan Alber and Frank Lauterbach, eds., Stones of Law, Bricks of Shame, 2009): 15154; Leona Toker (Rev. Colin Jones, Josephine McDonagh, and Jon Mee, eds., Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities, and the French Revolution, 2009): 15457; Norbert Lennartz (Rev. William A. Cohen, Embodied: Victorian Literature and the Senses, 2009): 15759; Elizabeth Bridgham, "The Dickens Checklist": 16367].

Dickens Studies Annual 41 (2010). [Contents: Rodney Stenning Edgecombe, "Theatrical Dance in Dickens": 123; Trey Philpotts, "Mad Bulls and Dead Meat: Smithfield Market as Reality and Symbol": 2544; Robyn Warhol-Down, "'What Might Have Been Is Not What Is': Dickens's Narrative Refusals": 4559; Andrew Burke, "Purloined Pleasures: Dickens, Currency, and Copyright": 6179; Jude V. Nixon, "'[M]any jewels set in dirt': Christology, Pictures from Italy, and Pre-Raphaelite Art": 81125; Philip V. Allingham, "Charles 'Carlo' Dickens In and Out of Italy in 1844: The Chimes": 12749; Michael J. Flynn, "Pendennis, Copperfield, and the Debate on the 'Dignity of Literature'": 15189; Lauren N. Hoffer, "'She brings everything to a grindstone': Sympathy and the Paid Female Companion's Critical Work in David Copperfield": 191213; Melissa Valiska Gregory, "Dickens's Collaborative Genres": 21536; Katherine Montwieler, "Reading, Sympathy, and the Bodies of Bleak House": 237263; Gail Turley Houston, "'Pretend[ing] a little': The Play of Musement in Dickens's Little Dorrit": 26580; Sarah Gates, "'Let me see if Philip can / Be a little gentleman': Parenting and Class in Struwwelpeter and Great Expectations": 28197; Lanya Lamouria, "The Revolution is Dead! …

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