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  • Dickens Quarterly Checklist
  • Claire Horrocks and Kim Edwards Keates

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Bourrier, Karen. “Victorian Memes.” Victorian Studies 58.2 (2016): 272–82.
Buckley, Chloe Alexandra Germaine. “How monsters are made: ‘No remorse, no pity’ in Shelley, Dickens and Priestley’s Mister Creecher.” Horror Studies 7.1 (2016): 25–40.
Cescotti, Diego and Federica Fortunato, eds. A Harmless Music: The Cricket on the Hearth by Charles Dickens, Scenes of the Opera, 2015. Accademia Roverentana degli Agiata di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, Zandonaiani Studies (Online publication: <http://www.agiati.org/ara_context.jsp?ID_LINK=114020&area=196>) [Contents: Michael Hollington, “Dickens to Zandonai”: 11–25; Federica Fortunato, “Una partitura in filigrana”: 27–41; David Chandler, “Giuseppe Gallignani and the Beginnings of Dickensian Opera”: 43–52; Duncan Barker, “‘The kettle began it!’: Mackenzie and Sturgis’s British Version of The Cricket on the Hearth”: 53–72; Saverio Porry Pastorel, “Zandonai e l’opera natalizia”: 73–114; Giuseppe Maria Iacovelli, “Qualcosa sul libretto del Grillo del focolare”: 115–57; Carlo Todeschi, “Il Grillo di Riccardo Zandonai: una commedia musicale tra realtà e finzione”: 159–74; Diego Cescotti, “Su alcune varianti riscontrate in un autografo zandonaiano del Grillo del focolare”: 175–230; “Immagini”: 231–36; Ombretta Macchi, “Suggestioni e appunti alla scoperta di Dot”: 237–70; Filippo Bulfamante, “Un’opera prima”: 271–78; Giuseppe Calliari, “Più di un ‘puntino’ d’imbarazzo”: 279–83; “Appendice”: 285; “Il grillo del focolare: libretto di Giuseppe Gallignani”: 287–96; “Das Heimchen am Herd: libretto di Alfred Maria Willner”: 297–318; “The Cricket on the Hearth: libretto di Julian Sturgis”: 319–64; “Il grillo del focolare: libretto di Cesare Hanau”: 365–388; “R. Zandonai – Il Grillo del Focolare: Rassegna della stampa d’eopca”: 389–458; “Indice dei nomi”: 459–67].
Dickensian 112.1 (Spring 2016). [Contents: John Bowen, “Dickens in My Life”: 5–9; Jeremy Parrott, “The Annotated Set of All The Year Round: Questions, Answers and Conjectures”: 10–21; William F. Long, “Passages in the Life of Mr George Hogarth: Mr Hogarth Applies for a Chair”: 22–30; Angus Easson, “A Generous (if Unlucky) Gift: Wills and the Brougham”: 31–35; Jennifer M. Ide, “Charles Dickens the Letter Writer and the Local Postal Service”: 36–45; William F. Long, “An Irreverant Contemporary Comment on the Impact of the Nickleby Portrait”: 46–53; Catherine Waters (Rev. “Dickens and the Wellington Street coterie”): 56–58; Michael Slater (Rev. Dickens and Massachusettes): 58–60; Toru Sasaki (Rev. A Cultural Life of Great Expectations): 60–62; Jeremy Clarke (Rev. Dickens as an Agent of Change): 62–64; Tony Williams (Rev. A Study of London Fog): 64–65; Paul Graham (Theatre Rev. A Christmas Carol): 67–68; Jean Elliott (Theatre Rev. The Signal Man): 69–70; Jeremy Clarke (Rev. BBC TV’s Dickensian): 71–73; Toru Sasaki [End Page 260] (Rev. BBC Radio’s ‘literary pursuit’ of Great Expectations): 73–74].
Dickens Quarterly 33.2 (June 2016). [Contents: William F. Long, “John Dickens in the Witness Box: The Mirror of Parliament and a Case of Libel”: 93–101; Jerome Meckier, “Apprentices and Apprenticeship in Great Expectations”: 102–08; Rodney Stenning Edgecombe, “The Enacted Parable in The Mystery of Edwin Drood”: 109–24; Neval Berber, “The Representation of Turkey and the Turks in Household Words and All the Year Round_in the 1850s and early 1860s”: 125–42; John O. Jordan (Rev. Forms: Whole, Rhythm, Hierarchy, Network): 143–45; Nathalie Vanfasse (Rev. Dickens and Massachusetts: The Lasting Legacy of the Commonwealth Visits): 145-48; Brian Cheadle (Rev. The Art of Adapting Victorian Literature 1848-1920): 148–50; Pete Orford, (Rev. Victorian Writers and the Stage: The Plays of Dickens, Browning, Collins and Tennyson): 151–53; Trey Philpotts (Rev. Dirty Old London: The Victorian Fight Against Filth): 153–56; “Dickens and the Codebreakers”: 157–58; “Dickens Society 21st Annual Symposium: ‘Adapting Dickens’”: 159; Clare Horrocks and Kim Edwards Keates, “Dickens Quarterly Checklist”; 163–67].
Douglas-Fairhurst, Robert. “Working Through Memory and Forgetting in Victorian Literature.” Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies 21.1 (2016): 1–13. (Online journal: <http://openjournals.library.usyd.edu.au/index.php/AJVS/article/view/10956>) [DC, GE].
E-rea 13.2, “Dickensian Prospects”, Special Issue (2016) (Online journal: <https://erea.revues.org/4865...

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ISSN
2169-5377
Print ISSN
0742-5473
Pages
pp. 260-263
Launched on MUSE
2016-11-04
Open Access
No
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