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  • Dickens Quarterly Checklist
  • Kim Edwards Keates and Claire Horrocks

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———. “Epistolary Proposals of Marriage in Dickens’s Bleak House and Eliot’s Middlemarch. Christensen 155–172.
———. “Manzoni’s I promessi sposi and Dickens’s Bleak House.” Christensen 173–188.
Coşar Çelik, Seda. “Railways, Ghosts and Charles Dickens’ ‘The Signalman’.” Journal of Narrative and Language Studies 6.10 (2018): 124–32.
Dickens Quarterly 35.2 (June 2018). [Contents: William F. Long and Paul Schlicke, “Positively the Last Appearance of ‘BOZ’ in Advertisements for Dombey and Son”: 101–09; Jeremy Parrott, Lohrli Revisited: Newly Identified Contributors to Household Words”: 110–26; Hai Na, “Grammar of Choice: Charles Dickens’s Authentic Religion”: 127–42; Jerome Meckier, “Dickens’s Presidents”: 143–48; Linda Craig, “Tweeting Tippins: Using Digital Media to Recreate Our Mutual Friend’s Serialization”: 149–58; Natalie B. Cole (Rev. Jenny Hartley, Charles Dickens: An Introduction): 159–60; Iain Crawford (Rev. Devin Griffiths, The Age of Analogy: Science and Literature Between the Darwins): 161–63; Emily Bell Rev. Keridiana W. Chez, Victorian Dogs, Victorian Men: Affect and Animals in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture): 164–66; David Paroissien (Rev. Ian Campbell, Aileen Christianson, David Sorensen, eds. The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle): 167–71; Notices: 172–76; Clare Horrocks and Kim Edwards Keates, “The Dickens Checklist”: 177–83.]
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Little Doric 4/3 (May 2018). [Contents: Marion Anderson & Eric Summers, “From the Editors: Dickens Returns!”: 1; John Edmondson, “The View from the Train: Charles Dickens on Railway Development and Rail Travel in Dombey and Son”: 2–12; Alison Summers, “Louisa May Alcott”: 14–19; Christine Thomas, “Harriet Martineau”: 20–6; Paul Schlicke, “An Interview with John Bowen”: 27; John Bowen, “Dickens the Magician”: 28; Sally Lawton, “The Nurse Who Found Herself in 1916”: 29; Paul Schlicke, “Oliver Twist”: 30; Graham Smith, “Merdle & Money”: 31]
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Prizel, Natalie. “Beside Women: Charles Dickens, Algernon Charles Swinburne, and Reparative Lesbian Literary History.” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 24.2–3 (2018): 267–89. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1215/10642684-4324813
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ISSN
2169-5377
Print ISSN
0742-5473
Pages
pp. 277-279
Launched on MUSE
2018-08-30
Open Access
No
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