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"Pip, dear old chap, life is made of ever so many partings welded together..."Great Expectations, ch.27

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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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March 2014

DICKENS QUARTERLY

March 2014

Volume 31 Number 1

CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE     3

ARTICLES

Joel J. Brattin: “Notes . . . of Inestimable Value”: Dickens’s Use (and Abuse) of an Historical Source for Barnaby Rudge     5

Darcy Lewis: Melancholia and Machinery: The Dystopian Landscape and Mindscape in Hard Times     17

Jessica A. Campbell: “Beauty and the Beast” and Great Expectations     32

Joanna Robinson: Digitalizing Dickens: Adapting Dickens for the Bicentenary     42

REVIEWS

Paul Schlicke on: Malcolm Andrews, Dickensian Laughter: Essays on Dickens and Humour     62

John O. Jordan on: Daniel Tyler, ed. Dickens’s Style     64

Chris Louttit on: Juliet John, ed. Dickens and Modernity     67

Florence Renault Bigo on: John J. Glavin, ed. Dickens Adapted     70

David Paroissien on: Peter Rowland, Dickensian Digressions:  The Hunter, the Haunter and the Haunted; and on Christine Alexander, ed. with Donna Couto and Kate Sumner, Charles Dickens: The Bill of Fare, O’Thello, & Other Early Works     73

NOTICES     77

THE DICKENS CHECKLIST - Clare Horrocks     83


Dickens Quarterly is produced for the Dickens Society with assistance from the English Departments of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the College of General Studies, Boston University. Printed in Northampton, Massachusetts by Tiger Press.

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