The Dickens Quarterly Checklist

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The Dickens Quarterly Checklist


Bridgham, Elizabeth, Dickens Quarterly


Primary Texts

Bleak House. New York: Signet Classics, 2011. ISBN: 9780451531902.

Nicholas Nickleby. London: Arcturus Paperback Classics, 2011. ISBN: 9781848378919.

--. London: Random House UK, 2011. ISBN: 9780099540793.

Nuestro Amigo Comun. Barcelona: Debolsillo, 2011. ISBN: 9788499088006. [OMF].

The Old Curiosity Shop. London: Arcturus Paperback Classics, 2011. ISBN: 9781848378902.

Rozhdestvenskaia elka. Moscow: Makhaon, 2011. ISBN: 9785389014336. [CC].

A Tale of Two Cities. Ed. Richard Maxwell. New York: Penguin Hardback Classics, 2011. ISBN: 9780141196909.

Secondary Texts

Celikkol, Ayse. Romances of Free Trade: British Literature, Laissez-Faire, and the Global Nineteenth Century. New York: Oxford UP, 2011. ISBN: 9780199769001.

Davis, Jim, ed. Victorian Pantomime: A Collection of Critical Essays. Houndmills: Palgrave, 2010. ISBN: 9780230221598. [Dickens passim, theatrical traditions].

Dickens Quarterly 28.1 (March 2011). [Contents: Phoebe Poon, "Trust and Conscience in Bleak House and Our Mutual Friend': 3-21; Monica Latham, "Bringing Newness to the World: Lloyd Jones's 'Pacific Version of Great Expectations'": 22-40; Maria Teresa Chilant, "Dickensian Resonances in the Contemporary English Novel": 41-51; Tamara S. Wagner, "Dickens's 'Gentlemen for Nowhere': Reversing Technological Gothic in the Linkages of Mugby Junctian": 52-64; "Notes: Young Mr Dickens's Calling Card": 65; Paul Schlicke (Rev. Juliet John, Dickens and Mass Culture, 2010): 66-70; Luc Bouvard (Rev. Michael Hollington and Frecesca Orestano, eds., Dickens and Italy: Little Dorrit and Pictures from Italy, 2009): 70-73; Michael Slater (Rev. Catherine Waters, Michael Hollington, and John Jordan, eds., Imagining Italy: Victorian Writers and Travellers, 2010): 73-75; David Paroissien (Rev. Matthew Rubery, The Novelty of Newspapers." Victorian Fiction after the Invention of the News, 2009): 75-79; Elizabeth Bridgham, "The Dickens Quarterly Checklist": 90-95].

The Dickesian 106.3 (Winter 2010). [Contents: John Drew and Michael Slater, "What's in the Daily News? A Re-evaluation--Part 1": 197-206; Allan Sutcliffe, "Dickens in the Music Hall--Part 2": 207-26; David Paroissien, "'If you knew all my story...': The Rhetoric of Pip's Tale": 227-34; Rodney Stenning Edgecombe, "A Source for Rigaud in Little Dorrit": 235-39; Adrienne Gavin (Rev. Kelly Hager, Dickens and the Rise of Divorce, 2010, and Charles Hatten, The End of Domesticity: Alienation from the Family in Dickens, Eliot, and James, 2010): 241-43; Malcolm Andrews (Rev. The Major Works of Charles Dickens, in 29 Volumes, 2010): 243-44; Paul Schlicke (Rev. Jim Davis [ed.], Victorian Pantomime: A Collection of Critical Essays, 2010): 244-45; Jeremy Tambling (Rev. Catherine O. Frank, Law, Literature, and the Transmission of Culture in England, 1837-1925): 245-47; Michael Slater (Rev. Shipwreck! Charles Dickens and the Royal Charter, 2009): 247-48 [Booklet commemorating the wreck of The Royal Charter, including a letter and ATYR article by CD]; Malcolm Andrews (Rev. Charles Dickens, The Author's Personal Prompt Copy: A Christmas Carol, 2009): 248-49; Brief Notices (Rev. Anne-Marie Vukelic, Far Above Rubies, 2010, and Charles Dickens, On London, 2010): 249-50; Tony Williams (Rev. Colin Blumenau, dir., TheLondon Merchant, 1-16 Oct., 2010): 251-52 [Theatrical production at Bury-St.-Edmunds]; Valerie Purton (Rev. "'Mr. Popular Sentiment': Dickens and Feeling", Dickens Day, 16 Oct. 2010): 253-55 [Conference]; Tony Williams, ed., "Fellowship Notes and News": 256-87].

Douglas-Fairhurst, Robert. Becoming Dickens." The Invention of a Novelist. Cambridge, MA: Belknap P, 2011. ISBN: 9780674050037.

Flanders, Judith. The Invention of Murder: How the Victorians Revelled in Death and Destruction and Created Modern Crime. London: HarperPress, 2011. ISBN: 9780007248889. [OT, GE, OMF, MED].

Hollington, Michael, ed. …

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