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 Dibdin, Thomas Frognall, D.D.Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Dickens, Charles
(b. Landport, Hampshire, February 7th, 1812; d. Gadshill, June 9th, 1870). “Sketches by Boz” (1836); “The Pickwick Papers” (1836); “Sunday under Three Heads” (1836); “The Strange Gentleman” (1836); “The Village Coquettes” (1836); “Oliver Twist” (1838); “Nicholas Nickleby” (1838); “The Old Curiosity Shop” (1840); “Barnaby Rudge” (1840); “American Notes” (1842); “Martin Chuzzlewit” (1843); “A Christmas Carol” (1843); “The Chimes” (1844); “Dombay and Son” (1846); “The Haunted Man” (1847); “David Copperfield” (1849); “The Child’s History of England” (1851); “Bleak-House” (1852); “Hard Times” (1854); “Little Dorrit” (1855); “A Tale of Two Cities” (1859); “Hunted Down” (1860); “The Uncommercial Traveller” (1860); “Great Expectations” (1861); “Our Mutual Friend” (1864); “The Holiday Romance” (1868); “The Mystery of Edwin Drood,” unfinished (1870); “Speeches” (1871); and various Christmas numbers, or portions of Christmas numbers, in All the Year Round. “Letters” (1879). For Biography, see “A Story of his Life,” by Theodore Taylor (1870); the “Life” by R.S. Mackenzie (1870); and the “Life” by John Forster, completed in 1873; “Charles Dickens,” by Mary Dickens (1885); and T. Marzial’s Biography (1887). See also “Sketch” and “Things and People” by G.A. Sala; “Yester-days with Authors,” by J. T. Fields. For Criticism, see “Essays” by George Brimley; George Stott in The Contemporary Review for February, 1869; Jeaffreson’s “Novels and Novelists;” Masson’s “Novelists and their Styles;” Buchanan’s “Master Spirits;” Horne’s “New Spirit of the Age;” The Westminster Review for July, 1864, and April, 1865; Canning’s “Philosophy of Charles Dickens” (1880), etc.   1

 Dibdin, Thomas Frognall, D.D.Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth 

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