The Literature of Roguery - Vol. 2

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
CHAPTER X

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Fiction in its social aspect is discussed in Louis Cazamian Le roman social en Angleterre ( Paris, 1904). John Forster authoritative Life of Charles Dickens ( London, 1872-74, 3 vols.) has been supplemented by such biographies as A. W. Ward ( English Men of Letters, 1882), F. T. Marzials ( Great Writers, 1887), R. Langton Childhood and Youth of Charles Dickens ( London, 1891), Percy Fitzgerald Life of Charles Dickens ( London, 1905, 2 vols.), and by such critical studies as George Gissing Charles Dickens ( London and N. Y., 1898), F. G. Kitton Novels of Charles Dickens ( London, 1897), and Charles Dickens ; his Life, Writings, and Personality ( London, 1902), and G. K. Chesterton Charles Dickens (N. Y., 1906). The question of sources is examined in Frank Wilson Dickens in seinen Beziehungen zu den Humoristen, Fielding und Smollett ( Leipzig, 1894), in Albert Winter's Joseph Addison als Humorist in seinem Einfluss aul Dickens Jugendwerke ( Anglia, 1899, vol. xxi), and in Siegfried Benignus Studien fiber die Anfänge von Dickens ( Esslingen, 1895). Pickwick is considered at length in Percy Fitzgerald gossiping History of Pickwick ( London, 1891). H. S. Ashbee has a brief article in the Revue hispanique ( 1899, p. 307) entitled Don Quixote and Pickwick. The Dickens Dictionary, by Gilbert A. Pierce, with additions by William A. Wheeler ( Boston, 1894), is useful. Andrew Lang Gadshill Edition of Dickens's Works ( London and N. Y., 1896-99) and the edition by Charles Dickens the Younger ( London and N. Y., 1892-96) are helpful in their introductions.

The chief notice of Augustus Mayhew is that in the Dict. of Nat. Biog., vol. xxxvi. Charles Reade, A Memoir (N. Y., 1887), by C. L. Reade and Compton Reade, is authoritative but inchoate. Reade work is criticised in The Athenœum ( Apr. 19, 1884), in The Fortnightly Review ( Oct., 1884), and in A. C. Swinburne Miscellanies ( 1886). Reade's novels appear in the Library Edition ( London and N. Y., 1896-1903, 17 vols.).

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