A collection of critical essays discussing the structure, symbolism, imagery, and significance of the novel.
A collection of critical essays focusing on the context and literary impact of the novel.
A collection of critical essays representing the full spectrum of controversies, trends and methodologies relating to the work.
Collection of lists of texts and sources related to the novel, grouped into categories such as adaptations, editions, reviews, and reception.
A monograph consisting of information about the novel’s literary and historical context as well as an extended interpretive reading discussing plot, character, imagery, and more.
A collection of historical documents, collateral readings, and commentary designed to promote interdisciplinary study of the novel.
Explores the connections between the novel and other sources, especially Carlyle’s The French Revolution.
Collection of essays about Charles Dickens's (1812-1870) work containing an in-depth biography and essays taken from a wide variety of sources. Additional features include an annotated table of contents, a chronology of the author's life and career as well as concurrent historical events, and primary and secondary bibliographies to facilitate research.