1. Introduction
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. “Drop the Curtain”: Astonishment and the Anxieties of Authorship in Charles Dickens’s Sketches by Boz
  2. Christina Jen
  3. pp. 249-278
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  1. “This Schoolroom is a Nation”: Subverting the Catechistic Method in Dickens
  2. Eric G. Lorentzen
  3. pp. 279-329
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  1. The Handmade Landscape: Manual Labor and the Construction of Eden in Dickens’s Martin Chuzzlewit
  2. Caroline Wilkinson
  3. pp. 330-348
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  1. Neither High-Church, Low-Church, nor No-Church: Religious Dissatisfaction and Dissent in Bleak House
  2. Christian Dickinson
  3. pp. 349-377
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  1. Entangled Paths and Ghostly Resonances: Bleak House and Oedipus Rex
  2. Robert E. Lougy
  3. pp. 378-401
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  1. Getting Bored with Hard Times
  2. Kailana Durnan
  3. pp. 402-428
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  1. “’Tis the Mind That Sees Things”: Flexible Epistemology as Social Reform in Charles Reade’s It Is Never Too Late to Mend
  2. Kristen A. Pond
  3. pp. 429-450
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  1. “They sought it with thimbles, they sought it with care”: Lewis Carroll Studies, 2004–2017
  2. Edward Guiliano
  3. pp. 451-480
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