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  • Dickens Quarterly Checklist

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Alhaj, Ali Albashir Mohammed. “Charles Dickens’s David Copperfield: New Critical Reconsiderations.” English Language and Literature Studies 5.4 (2015): 31–5. (Online journal, DOI:
Bazell, Beatrice. “Being Bella: Adventures in the Dickensian ‘Twittersphere.’” 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century 21 (December 2015). (Online journal, DOI:
Bouizem, Zineb. “Hugo and Dickens: A View of the Changing Conceptions of the Body and Punishment in France and England, c. 1789–1859.” Mutual (In)Comprehensions: France and Britain in the Long Nineteenth Century. Ed. by Rosemary Mitchell. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. 211–32. ISBN: 978-1443847773.
Carlson, Marvin. “Charles Dickens and the Invention of the Modern Stage Ghost.” Theatre and Ghosts: Materiality, Performance and Modernity. Ed. by Mary Luckhurst and Emilie Morin. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 27–45. ISBN: 978-1137345066.
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Cocks, Neil. The Peripheral Child in Nineteenth Century Literature and its Criticism. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. ISBN: 978-1137452443. [Ch. 4: “The Child and the Thing: The Mystery of Edwin Drood”; Ch. 5. “The Queer Child: No Future and ‘Dickens and the Construction of the Child’”]
Curry, Emma. “Doing the Novel in Different Voices: Reflections on a Dickensian Twitter Experiment.” 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century 21 (December 2015). (Online journal, DOI:
Dickens Quarterly 32.4 (December 2015). [Contents: “Contributors to this Issue”: 275; William F. Long and Paul Schlicke, “A Work Definitely Not by Boz”: 277–82; Nancy Aycock Metz, “Pickwick Plumbs the Hampstead Ponds: Chapter One in its Scientific Contexts”: 283–92; Ruth Richardson, “The Subterranean Topography of Oliver Twist”: 293–312; Leon Litvack “Dickens and the Codebreakers: The Annotated Set of All the Year Round”: 313–37; Neil Forsyth (Rev. Charles Dickens’sGreat Expectations: A Cultural Life, 1860–2012 by Mary Hammond) 338–41; Ben Moore (Rev. Nightwalking: A Nocturnal History of London by Matthew Beaumont) 341–44; Hazel Mackenzie (Rev. Serialization and the Novel in Mid-Victorian Magazines by Catherine Delafield) 344–46; Diana C. Archibald “The Forty-Six Annual Dickens Society Meeting: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada”: 347–49; “Dickens Society Treasurer’s Report for Fiscal Year 31 August 2014 to 1 September 2015”: 350–51; “Dickens Society 21st Annual Symposium: “Adapting Dickens”: Iceland University, Reykjavik 11–13 July 2016”: 352–53; Clare Horrocks and Kim Edwards Keates “Dickens Quarterly Checklist”: 355–59.]
The Dickensian 111.2 (2015). [Contents: “From the Editor”: 107–08; Jerry White...


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