Great Expectations



  • Charles Dickens (1993), Great Expectations, Ware, Hertfordshire: Wordsworth Classics, ISBN 1-85326-004-5 , an unsigned and unpaginated introduction
  • Charles Dickens (1993), Great Expectations, Oxford: Clarendon Press, ISBN 978-0-19-818591-8 , introduction and notes by Margaret Cardwell
  • Charles Dickens (1996), Great Expectations, London: Penguin Classics, ISBN 0-141-43956-4 , introduction by David Trotter, notes by Charlotte Mitchell

French translations

  • Charles Dickens (1896) [1864], Les Grandes Espérances (in French), Translated by Charles Bernard-Derosne, Paris: Hachette [95]
  • Charles Dickens (1954), De Grandes espérances, La Pléiade (in French), Translated by Lucien Guitard, Pierre Leyris, André Parreaux, Madeleine Rossel (published with Souvenirs intimes de David Copperfield), Paris: Gallimard, ISBN 9782070101672 

General sources

  • Michael Stapleton (1983), The Cambridge Guide to English Literature, London: Hamlyn, ISBN 0600331733 
  • Margaret Drabble (1985), The Oxford Companion to English literature, London: Guild Publishing 
  • Andrew Sanders (1996), The Oxford History of English Literature (Revised Edition), Oxford: Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-871156-5 
  • Paul Schlicke (1999), Oxford Reader's Companion to Dickens, New York: Oxford University Press 
  • Paul Davis (1999), Charles Dickens from A to Z, New York: Checkmark Books, ISBN 0816040877 
  • John O. Jordan (2001), The Cambridge companion to Charles Dickens, New York: Cambridge University Press 
  • David Paroissien (2011), A Companion to Charles Dickens, Chichester: Wiley Blackwell, ISBN 978-0-470-65794-2 
  • Robin Gilmour (1981), The Idea of the Gentleman in the Victorian Novel, Sydney: Allen & Unwin, ISBN 9780048000057 
  • Paul Davis (2007), Critical Companion to Charles Dickens, A Literary Reference to His Life and Work, New York: Facts on File, Inc., ISBN 0-8160-6407-5 
  • Jerome Hamilton Buckley (1974), "Dickens, David and Pip", Season of Youth: the Bildungsroman from Dickens to Golding, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, ISBN 9780674796409 

Specific sources

About the life and work of Charles Dickens

  • John Forster (1872–1874), The Life of Charles Dickens, London: J. M. Dent & Sons , edited by J. W. T. Ley, 1928
  • John Forster (1976), Life of Charles Dickens, London: Everyman's Library, ISBN 0460007823 
  • Hippolyte Taine (1879), History of English Literature, Translated from French by H. Van Laun, New York 
  • G. K. Chesterton (1906), Charles Dickens, London: Methuen and Co., Ltd. 
  • G. K. Chesterton (1911), Appreciations and Criticisms of the Works of Charles Dicken, London: J. M. Dent 
  • S. J. Adair Fitz-Gerald (1910), Dickens and the Drama, London: Chapman & Hall, Ltd. 
  • Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1911), Appreciations and Criticisms of the Works of Charles Dickens, London 
  • George Gissing (1925), The Immortal Dickens, London: Cecil Palmer 
  • Humphry House (1941), The Dickens World, London: Oxford University Press 
  • Una Pope Hennessy (1947), Charles Dickens, London: The Reprint Society , first published 1945
  • Hesketh Pearson (1949), Dickens, London: Methuen 
  • Jack Lindsay (1950), Charles Dickens, A Biographical and Critical Study, New York: Philosophical Library 
  • Barbara Hardy (1952), Dickens and the Twentieth Century. The Heart of Charles Dickens, New York: Edgar Johnson 
  • Edgar Johnson (1952), Charles Dickens: His Tragedy and Triumph. 2 vols, New York: Simon and Schuster 
  • Sylvère Monod (1953), Dickens romancier (in French), Paris: Hachette 
  • John Hillis-Miller (1958), Charles Dickens, The World of His Novels, Harvard: Harvard University Press, ISBN 9780674110007 
  • E. A. Horsman (1959), Dickens and the Structure of Novel, Dunedin, N.Z. 
  • R. C. Churchill (1964), Charles Dickens, From Dickens to Hardy, Baltimore, Md.: Boris Ford 
  • Earle Davis (1963), The Flint and the Flame: The Artistry of Charles Dickens, Missouri-Columbia: University of Missouri Press 
  • Steven Marcus (1965), Dickens: From Pickwick to Dombey, New York 
  • K. J. Fielding (1966), Charles Dickens, A Critical Introduction, London: Longman 
  • Christopher Hibbert (1967), The Making of Charles Dickens, London: Longmans Green & Co., Ltd. 
  • Harry Stone (1968), Charles Dickens' Uncollected Writings from Household Words 1850–1859, 1 and 2, Indiana: Indiana University Press, ISBN 0713901209 
  • F. R. & Q. D. Leavis (1970), Dickens the Novelist, London: Chatto & Windus, ISBN 0701116447 
  • A. E. Dyson (1970), The Inimitable Dickens, London: Macmillan, ISBN 0333063287 
  • Angus Wilson (1972), The World of Charles Dickens, Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, ISBN 0140034889 
  • Philip Collins (1975), Charles Dickens: The Public Readings, Oxford: Clarendon Press 
  • Robert L. Patten (1978), Charles Dickens and His Publishers, Oxford: Oxford University Press, ISBN 0198120761 
  • Virginia Woolf (1986), Andrew McNeillie, ed., The Essays of Virginia Woolf: 1925–1928, London: Hogarth Press, ISBN 978-0-7012-0669-7 
  • Harry Stone (1979), Dickens and the Invisible World, Fairy Tales, Fantasy and Novel-Making, Bloomington and Londres: Indiana University. Press 
  • Michael Slater (1983), Dickens and Women, London: J. M. Dent & Sons, Ltd., ISBN 0-460-04248-3 
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  • Norman Page (1988), A Dickens Chronology, Boston: G.K. Hall and Co. 
  • Peter Ackroyd (1993), Charles Dickens, London: Stock, ISBN 978-0099437093 
  • Philip Collins (1996), Charles Dickens, The Critical Heritage, London: Routletge 

About Great Expectations

  • Mary Edminson (1958), "The Date of the Action in Great Expectations", Nineteenth-Century Fiction 13 (1): 22–35, JSTOR 3044100 
  • Richard Lettis and William Morris, ed. (1960), Assessing Great Expectations, San Francisco: Chandler , texts from Forster, Whipple, Chesterton, Leacock, Baker, House, Johnson, van Ghent, Stange, Hagan, Connolly, Engel, Hillis Miller, Moynahan, Van de Kieft, Hardy, Lindberg, Partlow
  • Julian Moynahan (1960), "The Hero's Guilt, The Case of Great Expectations", Essays in Criticism (10, 1), Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 60–79 
  • Henri Suhamy (1971), Great Expectations, cours d'Agrégation (in French), Vanves: Centre de Télé-Enseignement, p. 25 
  • Edgar Rosenberg (1972), "A Preface to Great Expectations: The Pale Usher Dusts His Lexicon", Dickens Studies Annual, 2 
  • Edgar Rosenberg (1981), "Last Words on Great Expectations: A Textual Brief ln the Six Endings", Dickens Studies Annual, 9 
  • Michael Peled Ginsburg (1984), "Dickens and the Uncanny: Repression and Displacement in Great Expectations", Dickens Studies Annual 13 (University of California Santa Cruz) 
  • George J. Worth (1986), Great Expectations: An Annotated Bibliography, New York: Garland 
  • Anny Sadrin (1988), Great Expectations, Unwin Hyman, ISBN 978-0048000514 
  • Michael Cordell, ed. (1990), Critical Essays on Great Expectations, Boston: G. K. Hall, pp. 24, 34 
  • Michael Cotsell, ed. (1990), Critical Essays on Charles Dickens' Great Expectations, Boston: G.K. Hall , texts from Chesterton, Brooks, Garis, Gissing, et al
  • Jerome Meckier (1992), "Dating the Action in Great Expectations: A New Chronology", Dickens Studies Annual 21: 157–194 
  • Elliot L. Gilbert (1993), "In Primal Sympathy: Great Expectations and the Secret Life", Critical Essays, pp. 146–167 
  • Roger D. Sell, ed. (1994), Great Expectations: Charles Dickens, London: Macmillan , texts from Brooks, Connor, Frost, Gilmour, Sadrin et al.
  • William A. Cohen (1993), "Manual Conduct in Great Expectations", ELH (English Literary History), 60, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, pp. 217–259 
  • Susan Walsh (Autumn 1993), "Bodies of Capital: Great Expectations and The Climacteric Economy", Victorian Studies (Indiana University Press) 37 (1): 73–98 
  • Nicholas Tredell (1998), Charles Dickens: Great Expectations, Cambridge: Icon Books  (distributed by Penguin)

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