Great Expectations

By Charles Dickens; Margaret Cardwell | Go to book overview

CHARLES DICKENS


GREAT EXPECTATIONS

EDITED BY
MARGARET CARDWELL

CLARENDON PRESS · OXFORD
1993

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • General Contents ix
  • Illustrations x
  • References and Abbreviations xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Descriptive List of Editions 1861-1868 lxiv
  • Volume I 1
  • Chapter I 3
  • Chapter II 8
  • Chapter III 16
  • Chapter IV 22
  • Chapter V 31
  • Chapter VI 42
  • Chapter VII 44
  • Chapter VIII 54
  • Chapter IX 66
  • Chapter X 73
  • Chapter XI 80
  • Chapter XII 93
  • Chapter XIII 99
  • Chapter XIV 106
  • Chapter XV 108
  • Chapter XVI 119
  • Chapter XVII 124
  • Chapter XVIII 132
  • Chapter XIX 145
  • Volume II 159
  • Chapter I 161
  • Chapter II 169
  • Chapter III 174
  • Chapter IV 187
  • Chapter V 196
  • Chapter VI 202
  • Chapter VII 210
  • Chapter VIII 217
  • Chapter IX 225
  • Chapter X 231
  • Chapter XI 244
  • Chapter XII 252
  • Chapter XIII 259
  • Chapter XIV 264
  • Chapter XV 271
  • Chapter XVI 277
  • Chapter XVII 284
  • Chapter XVIII 291
  • Chapter XIX 298
  • Chapter XX 310
  • Volume III 323
  • Chapter I 325
  • Chapter II 338
  • Chapter III 344
  • Chapter IV 351
  • Chapter V 356
  • Chapter VI 364
  • Chapter VII 371
  • Chapter VIII 379
  • Chapter IX 385
  • Chapter X 392
  • Chapter XI 401
  • Chapter XII 405
  • Chapter XIII 413
  • Chapter XIV 418
  • Chapter XV 430
  • Chapter XVI 444
  • Chapter XVII 451
  • Chapter XVIII 457
  • Chapter XIX 469
  • Chapter XX 476
  • Appendix A - The Original Ending 481
  • Appendix B - Dickens's Working Notes 483
  • Appendix C - All the Year Round Instalments and Chapter-Numbering in Different Editions 488
  • Appendix D - The Five Impressions of 1861 491
  • Appendix E - A Note on the Texts of 1862 and 1864 500
  • Appendix F - Illustrations to Later Editions 503
  • Title Page 504
  • Appendix G - The Descriptive Headlines Added in 1868 513
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