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General Bibliography

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The Oxford Reader's Companion to Dickens

General Bibliography

Works by Dickens

Only the novels, Christmas books, travel books, and collections authorized by Dickens are listed here, in chronological order. For other works see entries under their titles. Individual articles and sketches are not noted. For a comprehensive list of works and editions, see the Dickens entry by Paul Schlicke in the Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature, 3rd edn. (1998).

Sketches by Boz, first and second series (1836)Find this resource:

The Pickwick Papers (1836–7)Find this resource:

Oliver Twist (1837–9)Find this resource:

Nicholas Nickleby (1838–9)Find this resource:

The Old Curiosity Shop (1840–1)Find this resource:

Barnaby Rudge (1841)Find this resource:

American Notes (1842)Find this resource:

Martin Chuzzlewit (1843–4)Find this resource:

A Christmas Carol (1843)Find this resource:

The Chimes (1844)Find this resource:

The Cricket on the Hearth (1845)Find this resource:

Pictures from Italy (1846)Find this resource:

Dombey and Son (1846–8)Find this resource:

The Battle of Life (1846)Find this resource:

The Haunted Man (1848)Find this resource:

David Copperfield (1849–50)Find this resource:

Bleak House (1852–3)Find this resource:

Hard Times (1854)Find this resource:

Little Dorrit (1855–7)Find this resource:

Reprinted Pieces (1858)Find this resource:

A Tale of Two Cities (1859)Find this resource:

Christmas Stories (1859)Find this resource:

The Uncommercial Traveller (1860)Find this resource:

Great Expectations (1861)Find this resource:

Our Mutual Friend (1864–5)Find this resource:

The Mystery of Edwin Drood (1870)Find this resource:

Reference books

Andrews, Malcolm Charles Dickens and His Performing Selves: Dickens and Public Reading (2006).Find this resource:

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Cox, Don Richard, The Mystery of Edwin Drood: An Annotated Bibliography (1998).Find this resource:

DeVries, Duane (general ed.), The Garland Dickens Bibliographies.Find this resource:

DeVries, Duane (general ed.), General Studies of Charles Dickens and His Writing and Collected Editions of His Works: An Annotated Bibliography. Vol. 1 Bibliographies, Catalogues, Collections, and Bibliographies and Textual Studies of Dickens’s Works (2004). Vol. 2 Autobiographical Writings, Letters, Obituaries, Reminiscences, Biographies and Biographical Studies (2008). Find this resource:

Brattin, Joel J., and Bert G. Hornback, Our Mutual Friend: An Annotated Bibliography (1984).Find this resource:

Dunn, Richard J., David Copperfield: An Annotated Bibliography (1981).Find this resource:

Engel, Elliot, Pickwick Papers: An Annotated Bibliography (1990).Find this resource:

Glancy, Ruth F., Dickens's Christmas Books, Christmas Stories, and Other Short Fiction: An Annotated Bibliography (1985).Find this resource:

—— A Tale of Two Cities: An Annotated Bibliography (1993).Find this resource:

Lougy, Robert E., Martin Chuzzlewit: An Annotated Bibliography (1990).Find this resource:

Litvack, Leon, Dombey and Son: An Annotated Bibliography (1998).Find this resource:

Manning, Sylvia, Hard Times: An Annotated Bibliography (1984).Find this resource:

Paroissien, David, Oliver Twist: An Annotated Bibliography (1986).Find this resource:

Rice, Thomas Jackson, Barnaby Rudge: An Annotated Bibliography (1987).Find this resource:

Sanders, Andrew Charles Dickens’s London (2010).Find this resource:

Schlicke, Paul, and Priscilla Schlicke, The Old Curiosity Shop: An Annotated Bibliography (1988).Find this resource:

Worth, George J. Great Expectations: an Annotated Bibliography (1986).Find this resource:

Lohrli, Anne, Household Words: A Weekly Journal 1850–1859 Conducted by Charles Dickens (1973).Find this resource:

Newlin, George, Everyone in Dickens (3 vols, 1995).Find this resource:

—— Every Thing in Dickens (1996).Find this resource:

Schlicke, Paul, ‘Charles Dickens 1812–70’, The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature, ed. Joanne Shattock, et al. (1998).Find this resource:

Shatto, Susan, Michael Cotsell, and David Paroissien (general eds.), The Dickens Companions.Find this resource:

Cotsell, Michael, The Companion to Our Mutual Friend (1986).Find this resource:

Jacobson, Wendy S., The Companion to The Mystery of Edwin Drood (1986).Find this resource:

Paroissien, David, The Companion to Oliver Twist (1992).Find this resource:

Sanders, Andrew, The Companion to A Tale of Two Cities (1988).Find this resource:

Shatto, Susan, The Companion to Bleak House (1988).Find this resource:

Simpson, Margaret, The Companion to Hard Times (1997).Find this resource:

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Ackroyd, Peter, Dickens (1990).Find this resource:

Adrian Arthur, Georgina Hogarth and the Dickens Circle (1984).Find this resource:

Allen, Michael, Charles Dickens's Childhood (1988).Find this resource:

Altick, R., The English Common Reader (1957).Find this resource:

Andrews, Malcolm, Dickens and the Grown-Up Child (1994).Find this resource:

Axton, William F., Circle of Fire: Dickens' Vision and Style and the Popular Victorian Theatre (1966).Find this resource:

Bodenheimer, Rosemarie, Knowing Dickens (2007)Find this resource:

Bolton, H. Philip, Dickens Dramatized (1987).Find this resource:

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Chesteron, G. K., Appreciations and Criticisms of the Works of Charles Dickens (1911), repr. as Chesterton on Dickens, ed. Michael Slater (1992).Find this resource:

—— Charles Dickens (1906).Find this resource:

Chittick, Kathryn, Dickens and the 1830s (1990).Find this resource:

Cohen, Jane Rabb, Charles Dickens and His Original Illustrators (1980).Find this resource:

Collins, Philip (ed.), Charles Dickens: The Public Readings (1975).Find this resource:

—— Dickens and Crime (1962; 3rd edn. 1994).Find this resource:

—— Dickens and Education (1963).Find this resource:

—— (ed.), Dickens: the Critical Heritage (1971).Find this resource:

—— (ed.), Dickens: Interviews and Recollections (2 vols., 1981).Find this resource:

Cunningham, Peter, Handbook of London: Past and Present (1850).Find this resource:

Davis, Earle, The Flint and the Flame: The Artistry of Charles Dickens (1964).Find this resource:

Devries, Ouare, Dickens's Apprentice years: The Making of a Novelist (1976).Find this resource:

Dexter, Walter, The London of Dickens (1923).Find this resource:

Eigner, E. M. The Dickens Pantomime (1989).Find this resource:

Fielding, K. J. (ed.), The Speeches of Charles Dickens (1960).Find this resource:

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Ford, George, Dickens and His Readers (1955).Find this resource:

—— and Lane, Lauriat, Jr. (eds.), The Dickens Critics (1961).Find this resource:

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Frye, Northrop, ‘Dickens and the Comedy of Humors’, in Ray Harvey Pearce (ed.), Experience and the Novel (1968).Find this resource:

Gilmour, Robin, The Idea of the Gentleman in the Victorian Novel (1981).Find this resource:

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Goldberg, Michael, Carlyle and Dickens (1972).Find this resource:

Golding, Robert, Idiolects in Dickens (1985).Find this resource:

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Harvey, John, Victorian Novelists and Their Illustrators (1971).Find this resource:

House, Humphry, The Dickens World (1941; 2nd edn. 1942).Find this resource:

John, Juliet, Dickens and Mass Culture (2010).Find this resource:

Johnson, Edgar, Charles Dickens: His Tragedy and Triumph (2 vols., 1952).Find this resource:

Kaplan, Fred (ed.), Charles Dickens's Book of Memoranda (1981).Find this resource:

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Kitton, Frederic G., Dickens and His Illustrators (1899).Find this resource:

Laurence, Dan H., and Quinn, Martin (eds.), Shaw on Dickens (1984).Find this resource:

Leavis, F. R., and Leavis, Q. D. Dickens the Novelist (1970).Find this resource:

Ledger, Sally, Dickens and the Popular Radical Imagination (2007).Find this resource:

Marcus, Steven, Dickens from Pickwick to Dombey (1965).Find this resource:

Miller, J. Hillis, Charles Dickens: The World of His Novels (1958).Find this resource:

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Nayder, Lillian, The Other Dickens: A Life of Catherine Hogarth (2010).Find this resource:

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Partlow, Robert B., Jr. (ed.), Dickens the Craftsman: Strategies of Presentation (1970).Find this resource:

Patten Robert L., Charles Dickens and His Publishers (1978).Find this resource:

—— George Cruikshank's Life, Times, and Art (2 vols., 1992, 1996).Find this resource:

Pope, Norris, Dickens and Charity (1978).Find this resource:

Sanders, Andrew, Charles Dickens Resurrectionist (1982).Find this resource:

Schlicke, Paul, Dickens and Popular Entertainment (1985).Find this resource:

Schwarzbach, F. S., Dickens and the City (1979).Find this resource:

Slater, Michael (ed.), Charles Dickens: A Life Defined by Writing (2009).Find this resource:

—— Dickens 1970 (1970).Find this resource:

—— Dickens and Women (1983).Find this resource:

Slater, Michael and Drew, John (eds.), Dickens' Journalism (4 vols., 1994–2000).Find this resource:

Smith, Grahame, Dickens and the Dream of Cinema (2003).Find this resource:

—— Charles Dickens: A Literary Life (1996).Find this resource:

—— Dickens, Money, and Society (1968).Find this resource:

Steig, Michael, Dickens and Phiz (1978).Find this resource:

Stone, Harry, Dickens and the Invisible World: Fairy Tales, Fantasy, and Novel-Making (1979).Find this resource:

—— The Night Side of Dickens: Cannibalism, Passion, Necessity (1994).Find this resource:

Storey, G., Dickens and Daughter (1939).Find this resource:

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Tomalin, Claire, The Invisible Woman. The Story of Nelly Ternan and Charles Dickens (1990, 1991).Find this resource:

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Walder, Dennis, Dickens and Religion (1981).Find this resource:

Welsh, Alexander, The City of Dickens (1971).Find this resource:

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