Armstrong, Frances. “Dickens and the Concept of Home." Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Research, 1990.

Bixenstein, Anita. “Domestic Relationships and Family Survival: Troubled Families in the Novels of Charles Dickens and George Eliot." Dissertation Abstracts International, 1989 Dec., 50:6, 1661A.

Burgan, Mary. “Bringing Up By Hand: Dickens and the Feeding of Children." Mosaic. 24 (1991): 69-88.

Camozzi-Berry, Laura-Anne. “‘Best Regulated Families': Victorian Social Welfare and the Social Work of the Novel." Dissertation Abstracts International, 1993 Dec., 54:6, 2156A.

Chen, Chao-ming. “Charles Dickens and the Victorian Middle-Class Family." Dissertation Abstracts International, 1992 Feb., 52:9, 2929A.

Coleman, Rosemary. “Explosive Intimacies: Family and Gender Roles in Dicken's Novels." Dissertation Abstracts International, 1992 Jan., 52:7, 2560A.

Goodman, Marcia Renee. “Mothering and Authorship: Little Women, Dickens and the Art of Projection." Dissertation Abstracts International. 1988 Mar., 48:9, 2344A.

Grant, David Abram. “'Emotional Prisons': Dickens and the Fallacies of Family Behavior." Dissertation Abstracts International.1993, April, 53:10, 3536A.

Hatten, George. “The Politics of Familial Discourse: A Study of Milton and Dickens." Dissertation Abstracts International. 1990 Jan., 50:7, 2064A.

Houston, Gail Turley. “'Pip' and 'Property': The (Re)Production of the Self in Great Expectations." Studies in The Novel 24 (1992): 13-25.

McKnight, Natalie. “Making Mother Suffer, and Other Fun in Dickens." Dickens Quarterly 11 (1994): 177-86.

Sadoff, Dianne F. “The Dead Father: Barnaby Rudge, David Copperfield, and Great Expectations." Papers on Language and Literature 18(1982): 36-57.

Sadrin, Anny. Parentage and Inheritance in the Novels of Charles Dickens. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1994.

Thurin, Susan Shoenbauer. “To Be Brought Up 'By Hand.'" Victorian Newsletter 64(1983): 27-29.


Victorian Web Overview Charles Dickens Great Expectations

Last Modified 23 October 2002