Great expectations / Charles Dickens ; edited by Graham Law & Adrian J. Pinnington

Author(s): Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870
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Subjects: Great expectations
Young men--England--Fiction
England--Social life and customs--19th century--Fiction
Dickens, Charles, Great expectations
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Great expectations
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Peterborough, Ont. : Broadview Press, c1998
Series: Broadview literary texts
Broadview literary texts
LC Classification: P, PR
Physical Description: 654 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Additional Authors: Law, Graham
Pinnington, Adrian J. (Adrian James), 1955-
Notes: ISBN: 1551111748 :$9.95
ISBN: 9781551111742
Includes bibliographical references (p. 653-654)
Contents: Charles Dickens : a brief chronology -- Great expectations -- Volume I -- Volume II -- Volume III -- Explanatory notes -- Appendices : contemporary documents -- Appendix A. The composition of the novel -- 1. Dickens's working memoranda -- 2. Dickens's letters -- Appendix B. Contemporary responses to the novel -- 1. Athenaeum (13 July 1861) -- 2. Examiner (20 July 1861) -- 3. Saturday Review (20 July 1861) -- 4. Atlantic Monthly (September 1861) -- 5. The Times (17 October 1861) -- 6. British Quarterly Review (January 1862) -- 7. Rambler (January 1862) -- 8. Blackwood's Magazine (May 1862) -- 9. Temple Bar (September 1861) -- Appendix C. On class and language -- 1. Charles Dickens "Hard experiences in boyhood" in John Forster The life of Charles Dickens (1872-4) -- 2. Charles Dickens "Travelling abroad" The Uncommercial Traveller (1861) -- 3. Alexis de Tocqueville The Old Regime and the French Revolution (1856) -- 4. Sir James Fitzjames Stephen "Gentlemen" Cornhill Magazine (March 1862) -- 5. William Sewell "Gentlemanly manners" Sermons to Boys at Radley School (1854-69) -- 6. John Ruskin "Of vulgarity" Modern Painters (1860) -- 7. J.H. Newman "Liberal knowledge viewed in relation to religion" The Scope and Nature of University Education (1859) -- 8. Thomas Carlyle "Labour" Past and Present (1843) -- 9. Samuel Smiles "Character : the true gentleman" Self-Help (1859) -- 10. Mrs. Craik John Halifax, Gentleman (1856) -- 11. Thomas Hughes Tom Brown's Schooldays (1857) -- 12. Reports into the State of Popular Education in England (1861) -- Appendix D. On crime & punishment -- 1. Mrs. Trimmer The Charity School Spelling Book (1818) -- 2. Charles Dickens "Criminal courts" Sketches by Boz (1839) -- 3. Charles Dickens "A visit to Newgate" Sketches by Box (1839) -- 4. Report from the Select Committee on Transportation (1838) -- 5. Henry Savery Quintus Servinton (1831) -- 6. Marcus Clarke His Natural Life (1870-2) -- 7. "The autobiography of a convict" The Voices of Our Exiles (1854) -- 8. Johnny Binny "Thieves and swindlers" in London Labour and the London Poor (1861-2) -- 9. Thomas Carlyle Model Prisons (March 1850) -- 10. Thomas Beard "A dialogue concerning convicts" All the Year Round (11 May 1861) -- 11. Charles Dickens "The Ruffian" The Uncommercial Traveller (1868) -- Maps and illustrations showing settings -- Map A. Estuaries of the Thames and Medway -- Map B. City of London -- Map C. Pip's London -- Illustration A. Smithfield Market -- Illustration B. Barnard's Inn -- Illustration C. The river front at Hammersmith -- Illustration D. Covent Garden Market -- Illustration E. The Royal Exchange -- Illustration F. The Temple stairs -- Illustration G. London Bridge -- Illustration H. Billingsgate Market
OCLC Number: 38949886
ISBN/ISSN: 1551111748
9781551111742