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The Oxford Handbook of Charles Dickens

(Oxford Handbooks.)

Patten, Robert L. (EDT)   Jordan, John O. (EDT)   Waters, Catherine (EDT)

Oxford Univ Pr 2018/12
819 p. illustrations ; 26 cm.   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780198743415
KCN: 1030671134
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DDC: 823.8
KDC: B235 イギリス・19世紀(ロマン派含む)
M341
ブックニュースNo: NA5716
関連書リスト: NA5716
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SB3039 文学・文化研究ハンドブック2019
SB3106 文学・文化研究ハンドブック2020
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The Oxford Handbook of Charles Dickens is a comprehensive and up-to-date collection on Dickens's life and works that includes original chapters on all of Dickens's writing and new considerations of his contexts, from the social, political, and economic to the scientific, commercial, and religious.

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The Oxford Handbook of Charles Dickens is a comprehensive and up-to-date collection on Dickens's life and works that includes original chapters on all of Dickens's writing and new considerations of his contexts, from the social, political, and economic to the scientific, commercial, and religious.
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Table of Contents

Time Line Dickens Family Tree Introduction Part I: Personal and Professional Life 1: Rosemarie Bodenheimer: Biographical Dickens 2: Leon Litvack: Dickens's Lifetime Reading 3: John Bowen: Dickens as Professional Author 4: Tony Williams: Dickens as a Public Figure Part II. The Works 5: Paul Schlicke: Dickens's Early Sketches 6: Jeremy Tambling: Pickwick Papers: The Posthumous Life of Writing 7: Galia Benziman: Oliver Twist: Urban Aesthetics and the Homeless Child 8: Jon Varese: Nicholas Nickleby: Equity vs. Law 9: Sarah Winter: 6IThe Old Curiosity Shop and Master Humphrey's Clock 10: Mark Eslick: Barnaby Rudge and the Jesuit Menace 11: Logan Delano Browning: Martin Chuzzlewit 12: Michal P. Ginsburg: Dombey and Son and the Question of Reproduction 13: Ruth Glancy: Christmas Books and Stories 14: Philip Davis: David Copperfield 15: Kate Flint: Bleak House 16: Grahame Smith: Hard Times for Our Times 17: Francesca Orestano: Little Dorrit 18: Nathalie Vanfasse: A Tale of Two Cities 19: Mary Hammond: Great Expectations 20: Ian Duncan: Our Mutual Friend 21: Peter Orford: The Mystery of Edwin Drood 22: Michael Hollington: 'Milestones on the Dover Road': Dickens and Travel 23: Hazel Mackenzie: Journalism and Correspondence 24: Molly Clark Hillard: Charles Dickens and the 'Dark Corners' of Children's Literature Part III: The Socio-Historical Contexts 25: James Eli Adams: The Trouble with Angels: Dickens, Gender, and Sexuality 26: Holly Furneaux: Domesticity and Queer Theory 27: Tyson Stolte: Psychology, Psychiatry, Mesmerism, Dreams, Insanity, and Psychoanalytic Criticism 28: Jonathan Smith: Dickens and Astronomy, Biology, and Geology 29: David Vincent: Social Reform 30: Richard Menke: Dickens, Industry, and Technology 31: Claire Wood: Material Culture 32: Wendy Parkins: Dickens and Affect 33: David Paroissien: History and Change: Dickens and the Past 34: Chris Vanden Bossche: Class and its Distinctions 35: James Buzard: Race, Imperialism, Colonialism, Post-Colonialism, and Cosmopolitanism 36: Ayse Celikkol: Dickens, Political Economy, and Money 37: Jennifer McDonell: Dickens and Animal Studies 38: Allen MacDuffie: Dickens and the Environment 39: Jennifer Gribble: Dickens and Religion 40: Helena Michie: Drinking in Dickens 41: Chip Badley and Kay Young: Cognitive Dickens Part IV: The Literary and Cultural Contexts 42: Daniel Tyler: Dickens's Language 43: Robert Tracy: Genres: Auctor Ludens, or Dickens at Play 44: John Glavin: Dickens and the Theatre 45: Helen Groth: Dickens' Visual Mediations Part V: Dickens Re-Visioned 46: Paul Young: Dickens's World System: Globalized Modernity as Combined and Uneven Development 47: Regenia Gagnier: Dickens's Global Circulation 48: Sharon Aronofsky Weltman: Adopting and Adapting Dickens Since 1870: Stage, Film, Radio, Television 49: Juliet John: Adopting and Adapting Dickens in the Internet Age

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