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Dickens Quarterly 34.2 (June 2017). [Contents: Goldie Morgentaler, "When Dickens Spoke Yiddish: Translations of Dickens into the Language of East European Jews": 85–95; Leon Litvack, "Dickens Posing for Posterity: The Photographs of Herbert Watkins": 96–158; William F. Long, "The Invisible Woman Disappears: Ellen Ternan's Last Performance at the Haymarket": 159–71; Giles Whiteley, "An Oblique Allusion to Barbauld in The Mystery of Edwin Drood": 172–75; Sarah Gates (Rev. Jesse Rosenthal, Good Form: The Ethical Experience of the Victorian Novel): 176–78; David Paroissien (Rev. Ian Campbell, Aileen Christianson, David Sorensen, eds.: The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle): 179–82; Notices: 183–86; Clare Horrocks and Kim Edwards Keates, [End Page 283] "The Dickens Checklist": 187–89].
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