Dickens centennial essays / edited by Ada Nisbet and Blake Nevius.
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Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 -- Critique et interprétation.
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870.
230 pages ; 24 cm
Eight essays appeared originally in Ninetenth century fiction; Mr. Miller's paper was first given at a Dickens-Cruikshank seminar in 1970.
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
The English Dickens and Dombey and son, by D. Donoghue.--Hard times and the factory controversy: Dickens vs. Harriet Martineau, by K.J. Fielding and A. Smith.--Dickens and the voices of time, by G.H. Ford.--Dickens and the passions, by B. Hardy.--The fiction of realism. Sketches by Boz, Oliver Twist and Cruikshank's illustrations, by J.H. Miller.--The Dickens drama: Mr. Dombey, by I. Milner.--Dickens's attitudes in A tale of two cities, by S. Modod.--Carlyle and Jerrold in Dickens: a study of The chimes, by M. Slater.--Dickens rediscovered: some lost writings retrieved, by H. Stone.
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