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"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

June 2014


June 2014

Volume 31 Number 2



Rodney Stenning Edgecombe: The Oneiric Vision of Oliver Twist 91

Carra Glatt: Genre and the Counterfactual in The Old Curiosity Shop 113

John Edmondson: Making Sense of Place: a Short Walk in Paris 127

Vladimir Trendafilov: Aesthetizing the Unperceived: Some Attitudes to Beauty in Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, and Great Expectations 155


William F. Long: “Boz”: Reinforcement of the Received Wisdom 165


David Paroissien on: Mark Bills, ed. Dickens and the Artists 167

Francesca Orestano on: Laura Peters, ed. Dickens and Childhood 169

Jeremy Tambling on: Judith Flanders, The Victorian City: Everyday Life in Dickens’ London 172

Catherine Malcolmson on: Hilary M. Schor, Curious Subjects: Women and Trials of Realism 175


THE DICKENS CHECKLIST – Clare Horrocks 181

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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