Bills, Mark. Dickens and the Artists. Yale, 2012. xi + 188 pp. [Review by Deirdre David]
Charles Dickens, “A Tale of Two Cities” and the French Revolution. Ed. Colin Jones, Josephine McDonagh, and Jon Mee. Palgrave US, 2009. xi + 212 pp. [Review by Laurence Davies]
Furneaux, Holly. Queer Dickens: Erotics, Families, Masculinites. Oxford: Oxford, 2009 [Review by Andres Elfenbein].
Gordon, John. Sensation and Sublimation in Charles Dickens. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 226 pp. [Review by Diana C. Archibald]
Grass, Sean. Charles Dickens's “Our Mutual Friend”: A Publishing History. Burlington, VT, and Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2014. [Review by Philip V. Allingham]
Grossman, Jonathan H. Charles Dickens's Networks: Public Transportation and the Novel. Oxford, 2012. xi + 256pp. [Review by Laurence Davies]
Jordan, Joseph P. Dickens Novels as Verse. Madison and Teaneck: Fairleigh Dickinson U. P.; Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 2012. Pp. 145. (Cloth) ISBB 978-1-61147-5241-1. [review by Philip V. Allingham and Andrzej Diniejko]
Kitton, Frederic G. Dickens and His Illustrators — the 2004 reprint [Review by Philip V. Allingham].
Lyon, James. Charles Dickens, la musique et la vie artistique à Londres à l'époque victorienne. Collection L'Éducation Musicale. Paris : Beauchesne, 2015. Broché. 267 pages. ISBN 978-2701020341. 23€. [Review in English by Gilles Couderc]
"Major Biographies of Dickens — A Critical Overview" [Review article by Philip V. Allingham].
Marsh, Nicholas. Charles Dickens: “Hard Times”/“Bleak House”. Analyzing Literature. London and New York: Palgrave, Macmillan Education & St. Martin's Press, 2015. xiv+ Pp. 254. Soft-cover. ISBN 978-1-137-37956-6. [Review article by Philip V. Allingham].
Mee, John. The Cambridge Introduction to Charles Dickens. Cambridge, 2010. xi + 115 pp. [Review by Diana C. Archibald]
Nayder, Lillian. Unequal Partners: Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins, & Victorian Authorship. London and Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2001 [Review by Philip V. Allingham].
“Claire Tomalin's Invisible Woman after two decades” — a review of The Invisible Woman: The Story of Charles Dickens and Nelly Ternan. (1990) republished by Vintage in 2012 in anticipation of Ralph Fienes' film of the same name. [Review by George P. Landow]
Wolfreys, Julian. Dickens's London: Perception, Subjectivity, and Phenomenal Urban Multiplicity. Edinburgh UP, 2012. [Review by Jeremy Tambling]
- Contemporary Critical Responses to The Early Dickens — Reviews of Sketches by Boz, Pickwick, and Oliver Twist
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