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  • Dickens Quarterly Checklist
  • Kim Edwards Keates and Claire Horrocks

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Dickens Quarterly 35.1 (March 2018). [Contents: Hugo Bowles, "Dickens's Shorthand Manuscripts": 5–24; Julia Kuehn, "David Copperfield and the Tradition of the Bildungsroman": 25–46; Brenda Welch, "Tulkinghorn and Professional Responsibility in Bleak House": 47–62; William F. Long and Paul Schlicke, "To Be Sung at all Conservative Dinners": 63–4; William F. Long, "'Charles Dickens and His Wife': A Sketch by Henry Doyle": 65–77; Sara Thornton (Rev. Nathalie Vanfasse, La Plume et la route: Charles Dickens, Écrivain-voyageur): 78–80; Adam Abraham (Rev. Catherine J. Golden, Serials to Graphic Novels: The Evolution of the Victorian Graphic Book): 81–3; Notices: 84–8; Clare Horrocks and Kim Edwards Keates, "The Dickens Checklist": 89–95]
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The Dickensian 114.1 (2018). [Contents: Jenny Hartley, "Dickens and the Geranium": 5–14; Gowan Dawson, Joanne Shattock, Toru Sasaki, Malcolm Andrews, "Celebrating Dickens The Victorian Studies Centre at 50": 15–25; Robert J. Kirkpatrick, "The Malcontent Schoolmaster 'McKay'": 26–34; Phil Davis, "Performing Dickens – 3": 35–40; William F. Long, "'The Whole Nation is a Poorhouse': The Revd William Giles Recounts a Remark Made by an Old Pupil": 41–48; Jeremy Parrott, "Tom Trollope, the Ternans, Dickens and the Expatriate Circle in Italy": 47–56; Tony Williams, "UK Television Adaptations of Dickens, 1950–1970: A Survey – Part 2": 57–64; Valerie Purton (Rev. Dickens's Working Notes to Dombey): 66–67; Paul Schlicke (Rev. Dickens and Christmas): 68–69; Tony Williams (Rev. Charles Dickens, Nicholas Nickleby and the Yorkshire Schools: Fact v Fiction): 70–71; Paul Graham (Rev. A Christmas Carol at the Old Vic); 72–73; Malcolm Andrews (Rev. RSC A Christmas Carol at Stratford-on-Avon):74–76; Paul Graham (Rev. The Chimes at St. John's Church, Waterloo): 76–78; Michael Slater (Rev. Dickens and Christmas at the Morgan Library, New York); 79–80; Jenny Hartley (Rev. The Man Who Invented Christmas [Film]: 81–82]
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Harris, Keith Daniel. "Wires are the New Filth: The Rebirth of Dickens' London in Cyberspace." Cityscapes of the Future: Urban Spaces in Science Fiction. Eds. Yael Maurer and Meyrav Koren-Kuik. Leiden and Boston: Brill, Rodopi, 2018. 87–101. ISBN: 978-9004361300. [BH, OMF] Hawksley, Lucinda. Dickens' Artistic Daughter Katey: Her Life, Loves and Impact. Pen & Sword History, 2018.
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ISSN
2169-5377
Print ISSN
0742-5473
Pages
pp. 177-182
Launched on MUSE
2018-05-22
Open Access
No
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