Bibliography

Charles Dickens: 200 Years of Commerce and Controversy

Exhibit bibliography

 

Upright case 1:

 

Advertisements (facsimile) from The Personal History of David Copperfield.  London: Bradbury and Evans, 1849-1850. 

 

Advertisements (facsimile) from Our Mutual Friend.  London: Chapman and Hall, 1864-65. 

 

The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club.  London: Chapman and Hall, 1836-37.

 

“Bos” (Prest, Thomas Peckett (attributed to)).  The Penny Pickwick.  London: E. Lloyd, ca. 1837-42. 

 

Oliver Twist.  London: R. Bentley, 1838.  Loaned for this exhibition from the collection of Richard and Jane Levy.

 

“Bos” (Prest, Thomas Peckett (attributed to)).  The Life and Adventures of Oliver Twiss, the Workhouse Boy. London: E. Lloyd, 1839?

 

 Great Expectations. Boston: Gardner A. Fuller, [1862].

 

Illustrations (facsimile) by Hablot K. Browne, from Martin Chuzzlewit.  London: Chapman and Hall, 1843-44. 

 

 

 

 

Upright case 2:

 

A Christmas CarolLondon: Chapman and Hall, 1843.

 

The Chimes.  London: Chapman and Hall, 1845.

 

The Cricket on the Hearth.  London: Chapman and Hall, 1846. 

 

The Battle of Life.  London: Chapman and Hall, 1846. 

 

The Haunted Man and the Ghost’s Bargain.  London: Chapman and Hall, 1848. Loaned for this exhibition from the collection of Richard and Jane Levy.

 

The Charles Dickens Album.  N.p., n.d. (ca. 1880).

 

“Even Scrooge Would Have Been Happy in a La-Z-Boy.”  Facsimile from the Outdoor  Advertising Association of America Archives

 

Collins, Wilkie, and Charles Dickens.  No Thoroughfare.  London: Chapman and Hall, 1867. 

 

Facsimiles of sets and figures from Pollock’s Juvenile Drama: Oliver Twist, or the Parish Boy’s Progress.  London: Benjamin Pollock, [1870s?]  From the Hinton Collection of Plays.

 

Characters from Dickens.  Series I and II.  S. Hildesheimer & Co., [1890s?]  Facsimiles.

 

The Strange Gentleman.  London: Chapman and Hall, 1837.  Loaned for this exhibition from the collection of Richard and Jane Levy.

 

“On Fechter’s Acting.”  Leeds: J. H. Clark, 1872.  Loaned for this exhibition from the collection of Richard and Jane Levy. 

 

 

 

Flat case:

 

Thomson, John. Street Incidents.  London: Sampson Low, 1881.

 

Mayhew, Henry. London Labour and the London Poor.  London: Charles Griffin, [1864?]

 

Little Dorrit.  London: Bradbury and Evans, 1855-57. 

 

Oliver and the Jew Fagin, from the Oliver Twist of Charles DickensNew York: Clark, Austin, Maynard, 1866. 

 

“Extract from Chapter IX of Our Mutual Friend.” London: Printed by Blades, East, and Blades, 1866.  

Charles Dickens: 200 Years of Commerce and Controversy

Rare Book Room Hallway Gallery

Rubenstein Library

Duke University, Durham, NC

On display February 1-April 1, 2012