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W. Die b'orman der Perspektive in Dickens berlin 1933. 25 The ~ ineteen-Thirties, cont. Kingsmill 1934: p 4 above. 0' l''aolain, Sean. Dickens ana. 'hackeray. nglish ~ovelista, ea. Derek Verschoyle, 1936. See further below under "Dickens ana. Thackeray". Lemonnier, Leon. lb Nov 36. L'actualite de Dickens. e ~ranee bernard. xpectations. odinburgh 1937; rp Novel Lib edn 1947. xpectatione in particular. A. Charles Dickene: The Progress of' a Hadical. 1937. A Marxist view qu Orwell 1939, House 1941, Hardy 1970.
Southern Literary Messenger Hichmond Va Sep 1837. Heview by Poe (according to NCBEL 1969) or by 'l'ucker (House 1969 p 142 n5) praising ineet tales ror their "considerable power'' (cf Wileen 1939 below) but accusing main body of' book t·or its "absurd caricature" and "imposeible incidents happening to beinps that have no existence in nature". M. Pickwick Abroad. rp book f'orm 1839, 1864, 1905 with pref defending imitation. R'eynolds and Dickens, Dickensian 13 1917. 'l'his was most famous of' many Pickwick imitations which incl Pick~ick in America (1838-9), Pickwick in India (Lighthouse maF Madrae 1839-40) and in Germany Stolle's Deutsche See vv.
Scott New Xork 1924 and in Gissing 1925 qv below. c. Victorian Prose Masters. Dickens in Memory. Gissing, George. rp Gieeing 1925 qv. (George Uissing). Jan 02. New York 1901. Literature 21 Dec 01; vharlee Dickens. vritic New York vharles Dickens. Swinburne, Algernon Gharles. Jul 02; rp Swinburne 1913 qv. ~uarterly Uissing's Writings on Dickens. Goustillas, Pierre ted). Incl reviews or Swinburne 1902 and Kitten 1902. Dickens as a Man or Letters. Meynell, Alice. ~oston Jan 03. ~ev 1969. Atlantic Montnly Dickens, Kate, Mrs Perugini.