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  • The Dickens Quarterly Checklist
  • Clare Horrocks and Kim Edwards Keates
Clare Horrocks and Kim Edwards Keates
Liverpool John Moores University

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Dickens Quarterly 32.1 (March 2015). [Contents: “Contributors to this Issue”: 3–4; Adam Abraham, “Plagiarizing Pickwick: Imitations of Immortality”: 5–20; Jolene Zigarovich, “Illustrating Pip and the Terrible Stranger”: 21–43; Murray Baumgarten, “‘The Other Woman’ – Eliza Davis and Charles Dickens”: 44–70; Saverio Tomaiulo (Rev. Charles Dickens, Modernism, Modernity) 71–76; Hazel Mackenzie (Rev. Dickens and Race) 77–79; Andrew King (Rev. Perceptions of the Press in Nineteenth-Century British Periodicals: a Bibliography) 79–81; David Paroissien (Rev. Visions of Science: Books and Readers at the Dawn of the Victorian Age) 81–84; “Dickens Society 20th Annual Symposium: ‘Liquid Dickens’: Saint Mary’s University, Halifax 8–10 July 2015”: 85–86; “‘Victorian Modernities’”: 87–88; Clare Horrocks and Kim Edwards Keates, “The Dickens Quarterly Checklist”: 89–93].
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The Dickensian 110.3 (Winter 2014). [Contents: From the Associate Editor: 199–200; James Chance, “Charles Dickens and Franklin Stanwood”: 201–209; Maria K. Bachman & Don Richard Cox, “Designing the Opening Sentence of A Tale of Two Cities”: 210–23; Anthony J. Bower, “Dickens’s Presentation Ring of Gold”: 224–27; William Long & Ruth Richardson, “Where John and Elizabeth Dickens Buried their Children”: 228–37; A. J. Pointon & James Priory, “A Letter from Maria Winter, née Beadnell”: 238–41; Leon Litvack, “Messages from the Sea: New Dickens Letters to E. E. and W. D. Morgan”: 242– 54; Michael...


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