cost of zoloft, cost of zoloft, buy zoloft online, cheap #skdfhfycf, buy zoloft online, generic #KjhdyHf, buy #kngwnvpnxj online, cost of #AsLarAs, buy #yadkdhjf no prescription, #jkdhdyvjv no prescription, tadacip online

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

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.


Latest Quarterly

September 2014


September 2014

Volume 31 Number 3


Nathalie Vanfasse: Dickens’s American Notes: the Literary Invention of a Single Monetary Currency 189

Julianne Ruetz: Spenlow’s Spaniel: Voicing Dissent in David Copperfield 206

Brenda Welch: Bentham, Illegitimate Children, and “the evil of the law” in Bleak House 216

Rodney Stenning Edgecombe: Washington Irving, the “Almighty Dollar” and Little Dorrit 229

William F. Long and Paul Schlicke: A Vision of Death’s Destruction and The Fatalist: Two Early Dedications to Dickens 235


Joel J. Brattin on: Sean Grass: Charles Dickens’s Our Mutual Friend: A Publishing History 259

Ben Moore on: Gillian Piggott, Dickens and Benjamin: Moments of Revelation, Fragments of Modernity 262

Nele Pollatschek on: David S. Sorensen and Brent E. Kinser, eds. Thomas Carlyle, On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History 265

Jeffrey E. Jackson on: Ann Rigney, The Afterlives of Walter Scott: Memory on the Move 268


THE DICKENS CHECKLIST – Clare Horrocks 275

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

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,

Dickens Quarterly

Dickens Society
Incorporated in 1971 as a non-profit, non-private organization, the Society exists to promote the study of Dickens. Read More »
The Society holds an annual symposium, alternating between locations in Europe and North America, for the delivery of papers on any aspect of Dickens, his works, life and times. Read More »
Partlow Prize
A competitive subvention awarded to the best proposal from graduate students and junior faculty to help defray costs of attending the symposium. Read More »