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Welcome to The Dickens Society

Founded in 1970 as an organization to encourage and support research and writing on Charles Dickens. Dickens Quarterly, a scholarly journal and organ of the Society, is published in March, June, September and December.

 

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DICKENS QUARTERLY

Vol. 31, December 2014 Number 4

CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE 283

ARTICLES

Michael Hancher: Dickens’s First Effusion 285
Shuli Barzilai: ““Scrooge Nouveau”: Margaret Atwood Resites A Christmas Carol 298
John Drew and Jonathan Buckmaster: Household Words, Volume II September 28,
1850 – March 22, 1851: Nos. 27–52 312
Trey Philpotts: Dickens, the Metropolis and the Railway: Displacement or Progress? 334

REVIEWS

Nirshan Perera on: Michael Hollington, ed. The Reception of Charles Dickens in Europe 343
Claire Wood on: Galia Benziman. Narratives of Child Neglect in Romantic and Victorian Culture.; on Amberyl Malkovich. Charles Dickens and the Victorian Child: Romanticizing and Socializing the Imperfect Child 346
Natalie McKnight on: Rachel Bowlby, A Child of One’s Own: Parental Stories 349
Natalie Cole on: Lillian Nayder, ed. Dickens, Sexuality and Gender 352

THE FORTY-FIFTH DICKENS SOCIETY MEETING AND BUSINESS 357

NOTICES
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THE DICKENS CHECKLIST. – Clare Horrocks 365

Dickens Quarterly is produced for the Dickens Society with assistance from the English Department of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst

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Copyright 2014 by the Dickens Society

Forthcoming Events

20th Dickens Society Symposium

20th Annual Dickens Society Symposium:”Liquid Dickens”
St. Mary’s University
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

8-10 July, 2015
Pre-symposium reception on 7 July and optional post-symposium excursion

For more information, please contact organizer, Sara Malton, Associate Professor and Dickens Society Trustee, sara.malton@smu.ca

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