- The Conclusions of Lady Audley's Secret and The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Was Dickens Thinking of Using Braddon's Solution?
- Washington Irving and Dickens's A Christmas Carol
- Dickens's Influence upon Dostoevsky, 1860-1870; or, One Nineteenth-Century Master's Assimilation of Another's Manner and Vision
- Celebrity, the Victorian Audience, Dickens, and Ruskin
- Charles Dickens, The Christmas Books, Popular Taste, and Robert Browning's Verse Tragedy A Blot on the 'Scutcheon (1842-43)
- Dickens's "Hunted Down" (1859): A First-Person Narrative of Poisoning and Life-Insurance Fraud Influenced by Wilkie Collins
- Power and Love in Aurora Leigh and Little Dorrit
- Allegorical settings in Phantastes and Little Dorrit
- Money and Power in "Traffic," Unto This Last, and Little Dorrit
- Shadow as a Symbol in Dickens and MacDonald
- Swindlers and Society in Dickens and Carlyle
- Anticipates Arnold's God and the Bible
- Carlyle's Influence upon A Tale of Two Cities
- Dickens, Baudelaire, and Benjamin
- Dickens and Critical Theory
- Ghosts, Bodies, Selves, and Commodification
- The Roots of Dickens's Christmas Books and Plays in Early Nineteenth-Century Melodrama and Pantomime
- Dramatic Adaptations of Dickens's Novels (1836-1870)
- Contemporary notices: A Biographical and critical article on Dickens from the 1860 Harper's Weekly
- Dickens and Milton
- Dickens's Uses of King Lear in Little Dorrit, David Copperfield, and Other Novels
- Dryden and "The Tuggses at Ramsgate"
- Dickens's Childhood Reading — Penny Dreadfuls and Eighteenth-Century Novels
- The Influence of the Dystopian Satire of Hard Times on Aldous Huxley and H. G. Wells
- Vladmir Nabokov on Dickens's Style
Reputation and Critical Reception
- Dickens's Popularity
- Memorial Portraits and Caricatures — What the Audience Thought of Dickens
- A Late-Victorian Critic on Dickens — W. E. Henley
- The Critical Reception and Repetition of The Haunted Man and The Ghost's Bargain
- Dickens "the man who invented Christmas"
See also the Great Expectations literary relations overview, which contains materials on this novel and Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Thomas Carlyle, Lewis Carroll, Harriet Martineau, George MacDonald, Ann Radcliffe, Graham Swift, and Alfred Lord Tennyson.
Last modified 17 August 2009