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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Kirk H. Beetz, Wilkie Collins: An Annotated Bibliography, 1889- 1976 ( New York: The Scarecrow Author Bibliographies 50, 1976).

----- "'Wilkie Collins and The Leader'", Victorian Periodicals Review, vol. xv, no. 1 ( Spring 1982), 20-9.

Andrew Gasson, "'Wilkie Collins: A collector's and bibliographer's challenge'", The Private Library, 3rd ser., 3 ( Summer 1980), 51-77.


BIOGRAPHY

William M. Clarke, The Secret Life of Wilkie Collins ( London, 1988).

Wilkie Collins, "'Books Necessary for a Liberal Education'", Pall Mall Gazette, 43 ( 11 Feb 1886), 2.

Wilkie Collins, "'How I Write My Books: Related in a Letter to a Friend'", The Globe, 26 Nov 1887.

Wilkie Collins, "'Reminiscences of a Story-teller'", Universal Review, 1 ( May-Aug1888), 182-92.

Nuel Pharr Davis, The Life of Wilkie Collins ( Urbana, 1956).

Kenneth Robinson, Wilkie Collins: A Biography ( London, 1951, repr. 1974).

Dorothy L. Sayers, Wilkie Collins: A Biographical and Critical Study, ed. E. R. Gregory ( Toledo: Friends of the University of Toledo Libraries, 1977).


CRITICAL STUDIES

Robert Ashley, Wilkie Collins ( London, 1952).

Emile D. Forgues, "'Etudes sur le roman Anglais. Les romans de Wilkie Collins'", Revue des Deux Mondes, 2ème, 12 ( 15 Nov 1855), 815-48.

Winifred Hughes, The Maniac in the Cellar: Sensation Novels of the 1860s (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1980).

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