1. A “Prentice-Knight in Days of Yore”: The Culture and Drama of Apprenticeship in Dickens’s Barnaby Rudge
  2. Alex Feldman
  3. pp. 223-251
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  1. Barnaby Rudge, True Crime Style
  2. Susan Cook
  3. pp. 252-271
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  1. The History of Barnaby Rudge and the Culture of Imitation
  2. Adam Abraham
  3. pp. 272-288
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  1. “Looking Two Ways”: A Pivotal Paragraph in Bleak House and Esther’s Missing Self-Reflection
  2. Mark M. Hennelly Jr.
  3. pp. 289-313
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  1. The Trouble with Tattycoram: Emotional Labor and the Dependent Woman in Little Dorrit
  2. Abigail Arnold
  3. pp. 314-338
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  1. The Squid and the Lentil: A-Hundred-and-Fifty Years under the Sea
  2. Aaron Worth
  3. pp. 362-374
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  1. Dickens “was dead: to begin with”: Charles Dickens’s Ghostly Afterlife in Neo-Victorian Narratives
  2. Shari Hodges Holt
  3. pp. 375-410
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