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A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology

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by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)

Charles Dickens (1812-1870)

(Charles John Huffham Dickens, Victorian novelist, playwright and journalist; b. near Portsmouth; run-down middle-class family, son of a clerk in the Navy pay office, father imprisoned for debt, unhappy childhood experience when forced to work as a child in a factory, apprenticed clerk, stenographer at Parliament, journalist at the Morning Chronicle, married Catherine Hogarth; world success and fortune as writer of serialized novels; friend of John Forster, Wilkie Collins, etc., energetic socialite and amateur actor; travels in USA and Italy; anti-slavery advocate in America, philantropist and social reformer, launched periodicals, many children; in love with sister-in-law, soon dead; lover of young actress Ellen Ternan, separated from Catherine 1858; popular entertainer with public reading tours of his novels, d. of heart failure)

Works

Novels and individual volumes

Dickens, Charles. Sketches by Boz. Serialized in Old Monthly Magazine. 1836-37.

_____. Sketches. 1836. 1839. 1850.

_____. Sketches by Boz: Illustrative of Every-Day Life and Every-Day People. London: Chapman & Hall 1866.

_____. Esbozos. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 177-760.*

_____. Cuentos de Boz. Ed. and trans. Rosendo Llatas. Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, 1963.

_____. The Battle of Life. Christmas tale. Bradbury and Evans, 1836.

_____. La batalla de la vida. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005.

_____. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Serialized novel (20 monthly numbers). 1836-37.

_____. THE / Posthumous Papers / OF / THE PICKWICK CLUB. / By Charles Dickens / with / Forthy-three Illustrations, by R. Seymour and Phiz. London: Chapman and Hall, 186, Strand. MDCCCXXXVII1.*

_____. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Ed. Robert L. Patten. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1972.

_____. The Pickwick Papers. Ed. James Kinsley. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1986.

_____. The Pickwick Papers. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Pickwick Papers. Ware: Wordsworth.

_____. Aventuras de Mr. Pickwick. Madrid, 1908?

_____. Documentos póstumos del club Pickwick. Trans. Juan de Paso. Barcelona: Planeta, 1943.

_____. Los documentos póstumos del Club Pickwick. Trans. J. L. del Río. Introd. G. K. Chesterton. Barcelona: AHR, 1956.

_____. Los documentos póstumos del Club Pickwick. Trans. José María Valverde. Introd. Doireann MacDermott. Barcelona: Planeta, 1980.

_____. Los documentos póstumos del Club Pickwick. Trans. José María Valverde, introd. Pilar Hidalgo. Madrid: Cupsa, 1982.

_____. Papeles póstumos del Club Pickwick. Trans. Manuel Ortega y Gasset. Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, 1922.

_____. Papeles póstumos del Club Pickwick. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. III. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 7-593.*

_____. Pickwick (Documents póstums del Club d'aquest nom). Catalan trans. Josep Carner. Barcelona: Proa, 1970.

_____. The Adventures of Oliver Twist. Novel. Monthly instalments in Bentley's Miscellany. 1837-8.

_____. Oliver Twist. Introd. G. K. Chesterton. (Everyman's Library 233). London: Dent; New York: Dutton, 1907.*

_____. The Adventures of Oliver Twist: or, the Parish Boy's Progress. With the original illust. by George Cruikshank. Macdonald 1954.

_____. The Adventures of Oliver Twist. Ed. Kathleen Tillotson. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. Oliver Twist. Ed. Peter Fairclough. Introd. Angus Wilson. Illust. George Cruickshank. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1966. (Penguin Classics). 1985.*

_____. Oliver Twist. Ed. Fred Kaplan. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 1993.

_____. Oliver Twist. Ware: Wordsworth.

_____. El hijo de la parroquia. Madrid, n. d.

_____. El hijo de la parroquia. Madrid, 1910.

_____. Oliverio Twist (el hijo de la parroquia). Trans. José María Huertas Ventosa. Buenos Aires: Molino, 1944.

_____. Oliver Twist. Trans. R. Berenguer. Barcelona: Arimany, 1947.

_____. Oliverio Twist. Introd. Stefan Zweig. Madrid: Siglo XX, 1949.

_____. El hijo de la parroquia. Barcelona: Sopena, 1965.

_____. Oliverio Twist. 4th ed. Introd and trans. José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Aguilar, 1960.

_____. Aventuras de Oliverio Twist. In Dickens, Obras completas, vol. 1. Trans., notes and biographical essay by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004. 271-569.*

_____. Las aventuras de Oliver Twist. Introd. and trans. José Félix. Valladolid: Edival, 1975.

_____. The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. Novel. 1838-9.

_____. Nicholas Nickleby. Ed. Paul Schlicke. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. Nicholas Nicleby. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Nicolás Nickleby. Trans. J. M. Balil Giró. Barcelona: Arimany, 1951?

_____. Vida y aventuras de Nicolás Nickleby. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005.

_____. Nicolás Nickleby. Trans. J. Cardona Miró and M. A. Gilbert Cardona, ed. Manuel Ferrer Lluch. Barcelona: Bruguera, 1975.

_____. Nicholas Nickleby. Ware: Wordsworth.

_____. The Old Curiosity Shop. Novel. Serialized in Master Humphrey's Clock. 1840-1.

_____. The Old Curiosity Shop. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. The Old Curiosity Shop. (Penguin Audiobook). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1995.

_____. El almacén de antigüedades. Madrid, 1886.

_____. La tienda de antigüedades. In Dickens, Obras completas, Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. VIII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 7-405.*

_____. Almacén de antigüedades. Trans. Alberto Torres. Barcelona: Exito, 1951.

_____. Almacén de antigüedades. Trans. Miguel Bartual. Barcelona: Ramón Sopena, 1949.

_____. Almacén de antigüedades. Trans. V. Mora Pujadas. Barcelona: Bruguera, 1953.

_____. Almacén de antigüedades. Trans. Manuel Rossell Pesant. Barcelona: Mateu, 1958.

_____. Almacén de antigüedades. Trans. Jesús de la Torre. Barcelona: Bruguera, 1970.

_____. Almacén de antigüedades. Madrid: Libra, 1971.

_____. Almacén de antigüedades. Madrid: Promoción y ediciones, 1983.

_____. Barnaby Rudge. Novel. Serialized in Master Humphrey's Clock. 1841.

_____. Barnaby Rudge. Ed. G. W. Spence. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973.

_____. Barnaby Rudge. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Bernabé Rudge. Barcelona: Hymsa, 1944.

_____. American Notes. 1842.

_____. American Notes for General Circulation. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Notas de Norteamérica. 1842. In Dickens, Obras Completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. V. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2003. 713-921.*

_____. A Christmas Carol. 1843.

_____. A Christmas Carol: The Original Manuscript. New York: Dover.

_____. A Christmas Carol. Illust. John Leech. Electronic edition in Oxford Text Archive http://ota.ox.ac.uk

(2004)

_____. A Christmas Carol / Villancico navideño. Bilingual ed. Ed. and trans. M. del Pilar García Fernández. Barcelona: Bosch, 1978.

_____. Canción de Navidad: cuentos desaparecidos. Madrid: Iberoamericana, 1929.

_____. Canción de Navidad. In Dickens, Obras Completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. V. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2003. 689-744.*

_____. Canción de Navidad. Trans. Enrique Wulff. Barcelona: Ramón Sopena, 1967.

_____. Canción de Navidad. Barcelona: La Gaya Ciencia, 1973.

_____. Cuento de Navidad. El Grillo del Hogar. Trans. José Millás Raurell. Introd. Miguel Delibes. Barcelona: Salvat, 1971.

_____. Canción de Navidad. El árbol de Navidad. Illust. Robert Ingpen. Trans. Carlos Herrero Quirós. Barcelona, 2009.

_____. Christmas Stories. 1843, 1846, 1848. (Other stories in 1850-67).

_____. "The Seven Poor Travellers." From Christmas Stories. In Great English Short Stories. Ed. Lewis Melville and Reginald Hargreaves. London: Harrap, 1931. 490-511.*

_____. The Chimes. Christmas book.

_____. El árbol de Navidad. In Dickens, Canción de Navidad. El árbol de Navidad. Illust. Robert Ingpen. Trans. Carlos Herrero Quirós. Barcelona, 2009.

_____. Las campanas. In Dickens, Obras Completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. V. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2003. 745-804.*

_____. The Cricket on the Hearth: A Fairy Tale of Home. Christmas book. 1845.

_____. El grillo del hogar. Trans. Manuel Ortega y Gasset. Madrid: Tipográfica Renovación, 1920.

_____. El grillo del hogar. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005.

_____. El grillo del Hogar. Trans. María José Gamboa Sala. Barcelona: Bruguera, 1960.

_____. El grillo del Hogar. Trans. Norberto Alcaide. Barcelona: La Gaya Ciencia, 1973.

_____. El grill de la Llar. Catalan trans. Sant Cugat del Vallés: E. R., 1982.

_____. Martin Chuzzlewit. Novel. 1844. Ed. Nina Burgis. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1982.

_____. Martin Chuzzlewit. Ed. Margaret Cardwell. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. Martin Chuzzlewit. Trans. José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, 1933.

_____. Vida y aventuras de Martín Chuzzlewit. In Dickens, Obras Completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. V. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2003. 5-608.*

_____. Martin Chuzzlewit. Trans. Jaime Piñeiro. Barcelona: Bruguera, 1975.

_____. Martin Chuzzlewit. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Pictures from Italy. Travel book. 1846.

_____. Pictures from Italy. New York: Norton, 1988.

_____. Paisajes de Italia. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.491-636.*

_____. Dombey and Son. Novel. 1846-1848.

_____. Dombey and Son. Ed. Alan Horsman. Oxford: Oxford UP.*

_____. Dombey and Son. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Dombey e hijo. Trans. Fernando Gutiérrez and Diego Navarro. Barcelona: Lauro, 1945.

_____. Dombey e hijo. Trans. Juan de Paso. Barcelona: Juventud, 1945.

_____. Dombey e hijo. In Dickens, Obras Completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. V. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2003. 7-712.*

_____. The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain. Christmas tale. 1848.

_____. El hechizado. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. (Trans. of The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain).

_____. David Copperfield. Novel. Serialized 1849-1850.

_____. David Copperfield. London: Oxford UP, 1948.

_____. David Copperfield: Simplified and Brought within the Vocabulary of New Method Reader 5. 1940. By Michael West. Illust. Charles Mosley. (New Method Supplementary Reader, Stage 5). London: Longmans, 1964. 1964. 1965. 1966. 1967, 1968 (2). 1969.*

_____. David Copperfield. Ed. Nina Burgis. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1981.

_____. David Copperfield. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. David Copperfield. Leicester: Galley Press, 1988.

_____. David Copperfield. Ware: Wordsworth.

_____. David Copperfield. Ed. Jerome H. Buckley. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 1990.

_____. David Copperfield. Ed. Andrew Sanders. (World's Classics). Oxford: Oxford UP, 1997.

_____. From David Copperfield. In The Arnold Anthology of British and Irish Literature in English. Ed. Robert Clark and Thomas Healy. London: Arnold, 1997. 924-41.*

_____. David Copperfield. London, 2004.

_____. David Copperfield. Barcelona: n. d.

_____. David Copperfield. Trans. J. Sirvent. Barcelona: Gráficas Guada, n. d.

_____. David Copperfield. Trans. Carmen Abréu de Peña. Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, 1924.

_____. David Copperfield. Trans. Gregorio Lafuerza. Barcelona: Ramón Sopena, 1941.

_____. David Copperfield. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 5-708.*

_____. David Copperfield. Catalan trans. Josep Carner. Barcelona: Proa, 1964.

_____. David Copperfield. Trans. María Pilar Ganose. Madrid: Edaf, 1964.

_____. David Copperfield. Trans. Jaime Piñeiro. Barcelona: Bruguera, 1970.

_____. David Copperfield. Trans. Claudio Gaucho. Introd. Leonardo Romero Tobar. Bilbao: Moretón, 1980.

_____. David Copperfield. Trans. José Méndez Herrera. Barcelona: Círculo de Lectores, 1980.

_____. David Copperfield. Ed. Jerome H. Buckley. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 1990.

_____. A Child's History of England. Serialized 1851-53.

_____. Una historia de Inglaterra para los niños. In Dickens, Obras Completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 7.701-1005.*

_____. Bleak House. Novel. Serialized 1852-1853.

_____. Bleak House. Household Ed. London, 1873.

_____. Bleak House. London: Odhams, n. d.

_____. Bleak House. Introd. J. Hillis Miller. Ed. Norman Page. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1971.

_____. Bleak House. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Bleak House. Ed. George Ford and Sylvère Monod. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 1977.

_____. Bleak House. Ware: Wordsworth.

_____. La Maison d'âpre-vent. Trans. Sylvère Monod. (Bibliothèque de la Pléiade). Paris: Gallimard, 1979.

_____. El secreto de Lady Dedlock (La casa lúgubre). Trans. Alberto Reyes. Barcelona: Memphis, 1943.

_____. La casa deshabitada. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. IV. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004. 7-718.*

_____. Casa desolada. Barcelona: Montesinos.

_____. Hard Times. Novel. Serialized in Household Words, 1854.

_____. Hard Times. Ed. George Ford and Sylvère Monod. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 1966.* 2nd ed. 1991.

_____. Hard Times. Ed. Fred Kaplan and Sylvère Monod. 3rd ed. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 2001.

_____. Hard Times. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Hard Times. Ed. Ramón López Ortega. Madrid: Alhambra, 1981.*

_____. Hard Times. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1983.

_____. Hard Times. Ed. Terry Eagleton. London: Routledge, 1987.

_____. Hard Times. Ed. Paul Schlicke. (World's Classics). Oxford: Oxford UP, 1989. 1992.*

_____. Hard Times. In Four Novels. Gramercy Books, 1993.

_____. Hard Times. Ed. Adolfo Luis Soto Vázquez. La Coruña: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de La Coruña, 1996.

_____. Días penosos. Madrid, 1884.

_____. Días penosos. Madrid, 1910.

_____. Días difíciles. Trans. H. C. Granch. Barcelona: Maucci, 1944?

_____. Tiempos difíciles. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. IV. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004. 719-925.*

_____. Epocas crueles. Trans. Manuel Vallvé. Barcelona: Molino, 1955?

_____. From Hard Times. [Coketown.] In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, with Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 2.1711-12.*

_____. Little Dorrit. Novel. Serialized 1855-1857.

_____. Little Dorrit. Ed. John Holloway. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1967.

_____. Little Dorrit. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Little Dorrit. Ed. Harvey Peter Sucksmith. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1979.

_____. From Little Dorrit. In The Arnold Anthology of British and Irish Literature in English. Ed. Robert Clark and Thomas Healy. London: Arnold, 1997. 942-51.*

_____. La pequeña Dorrit. In Dickens, Obras Completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 7.5-699.*

_____. Años felices de la pequeña Dorrit. Adapt. Manuel Rossell Pesant. Barcelona: Mateu, 1955.

_____. Años felices de la pequeña Dorrit. Adapt. Antonio Cunillera. Barcelona: AFHA, 1973.

_____. Años felices de la pequeña Dorrit. Adapt. Eugenio Sotillos. Barcelona: Toray, 1980.

_____. Años de opulencia (2nd part of Little Dorrit) Trans. Eduardo Toda Valcárcel. Barcelona: Juventud, 1946.

_____. La pequeña Dorrit. Trans. Manuel Rossell Pesant. Barcelona: Mateu, 1955.

_____. La pequeña Dorrit. Trans. Enrique Martínez Fariñas. Barcelona: Bruguera, 1971.

_____. "Hunted Down." Story. 1859. (Inspired by the story of Thomas Griffiths Wainewright).

_____. "¡Cazado!" In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. III. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 887-906.*

_____. A Tale of Two Cities. Novel. London: Chapman and Hall, 1859.

_____. A Tale of Two Cities. (Nelson Classics). London: Nelson.

_____. A Tale of Two Cities. Ed.. George Woodcock. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1970.

_____. A Tale of Two Cities. Ed. Andrew Sanders. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. A Tale of Two Cities. Ware: Wordsworth.

_____ . Historia de dos ciudades. Trans. A. Pujol de la Huerta. Barcelona: Bruguera, n. d.

_____. Una historia de dos ciudades. Trans. Carlos de Lasa. Barcelon: Nausica, 1945.

_____. Una historia de dos ciudades. Trans. Manuel Vallvé. Barcelona: Aleu y Domingo, 1945.

_____. Una historia de dos ciudades. Trans. Gregorio Lafuerza. Barcelona: Sopena, 1950.

_____. Historia de dos ciudades. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.639-921.*

_____. Great Expectations. Novel. Serialized 1860-1861.

_____. Great Expectations. London: Oxford UP, 1953.

_____. Great Expectations. Ed. Angus Calder. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1965.*

_____. Great Expectations. (Longman Literature). London: Longman, 1991. 1992.*

_____. Great Expectations. Ed. Janice Carlisle. (Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism). Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1996.

_____. Great Expectations. Penguin audiobook. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1994.

_____. Great Expectations. Ed. Edgar Rosenberg. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 1999.*

_____. Great Expectations. Electronic edition in The Literature Network

/dickens/greatexpectations

2004-09-05

_____. Les grandes esperances de Pip. Catalan trans. Josep Carner. Badalona: Proa, 1934.

_____. Las grandes esperanzas de Pip. Trans. R. Berenguer. Barcelona: M. Arimany, 1944.

_____. Grandes esperanzas. Ed. and trans. José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Aguilar, 1945.

_____. Grandes esperanzas. In Dickens, Obras completas, vol. 1. Trans., notes and biographical essay by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004. 571-898.*

_____. Grandes ilusiones. Trans. J. Riera. Barcelona: M. Arimany, 1955.

_____. Grandes esperanzas de Pip. Trans. María Dolores García-Lomas. Barcelona: Mateu, 1958.

_____. Grandes esperanzas. 2nd ed. Trans. Manuel Vallvé. Barcelona: Juventud, 1973.

_____. Grandes esperanzas. Trans. J. de la Torre. Barcelona: Bruguera, 1974.

_____. Grandes esperanzas. Adapt. José Vidal Sales. Barcelona: Bruguera, 1975.

_____. Grandes esperanzas. Ed. Pilar Hidalgo. Trans. María Engracia Pujals. Madrid: Cátedra, 1985.

_____. Great Expectations. Ware: Wordsworth.

_____. The Uncommercial Traveller. 1860-69.

_____. Un viajante, y no de comercio. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. III. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 595-885.*

_____. Our Mutual Friend. Novel. 1864-5.

_____. Our Mutual Friend. Afterword by J. Hillis Miller. New York: New American Library, 1964.

_____. Our Mutual Friend. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Our Mutual Friend. Ed. Michael Cotsell. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. Our Mutual Friend. In Dickens Project.

http://humwww.ucsc.edu/dickens/OMF/index.html

_____. Nuestro amigo común. Trans. C. Miró. Barcelona: Juventud, 1944.

_____. Nuestro común amigo. In Dickens, Obras completas, Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. VIII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 407-1077.*

_____. "Holiday Romance." Story. 1868.

_____. "Novela de vacaciones." In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. III. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 909-35.*

_____. The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Novel. 1870.

_____. The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Introd. S. C. Roberts. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1968.

_____. The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Ed. Margaret Cardwell. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Ed. Angus Wilson. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974.

_____. The Mystery of Edwin Drood. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. El misterio de Edwin Drood. In Dickens. Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 709-910.*

_____. El misterio de Edwin Drood. Trans. Carlos de Lasa. Introd. Juan José Mira. Barcelona: Astarté.

Shorter works

Dickens, Charles. "A Visit to Newgate." 1835. From Sketches by Boz. 1836. In The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7th ed. Ed. M. H. Abrams, with Stephen Greenblatt et al. New York: Norton, 1999. 2.1335-45.*

_____. "Escenas." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 221-354. (I. Las calles, por la mañana; II. Las calles, por la noche; III, Tiendas y tenderos; IV, Lo que fue en tiempos Scotland Yard; V. Siete calles; VI. Meditaciones sobre la calle Monmout; VII.Las paradas de coches de alquiler; VIII. Doctors' Commons. IX. Las diversiones londinenses; X. El río. XI. Astley's; XII. La verbena de Greenwich. XIII. Teatros de aficionados; XIV. Los jardines de Vauxhall, de día. XV. Los primeros coches del día; XVI. Los ómnibus; XVII. el cochero del último coche y el cobrador del primer ómnibus; XVIII. Un esbozo parlamentario; XIX. Banquetes públicos; XX. El primero de mayo; XXI. Casas de compraventa; XXII. Despachos de bebidas; XXIII. La casa de préstamos. XXIV. Tribunales de lo criminal. XXV. Una visita a Newgate).*

_____. "Tipos." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 355-403. (I. Reflexiones acerca de ciertos hombres. II. La cena de Navidad. III. El Año Nuevo. IV. La señorita Evans y el águila. V. El orador de salón. VI. Un enfermo del hospital. VII. El señor Juanito Dounce coloca mal su cariño. VIII. La modista de sombreros que se equivocó.– Un relato de ambición. IX. La academia de baile. X. Los astrosos elegantes. XI. Una noche de juerga. XII. El camión de los presos).*

_____. "La casa de pensión." Novella. From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 404-32.*

_____. "El señor Minns y su primo." Novella. From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 432-41.*

_____. "Cosas del corazón." Novella. From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 441-50.*

_____. "La familia Tuggs, en Ramsgate." Novella. From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 450-65.*

_____. "Horacio Sparkins." Novella. From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 466-78.*

_____. "El velo negro." Novella. From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 478-86.*

_____. "Una excursión en vapor." Novella. From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 486-504.*

_____. "Un duelo en Winglebury la grande." Novella. From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 504-17.*

_____. "La señora Jose Porter." Novella. From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 518-26.*

_____. "Un episodio en la vida del señor Watkins Tottle." Novella. From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 526-55.*

_____. "Un bautizo en Bloomsbury." Novella. From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 555-67.*

_____. "La muerte del borracho." Novella. From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 568-76.*

_____. "Esbozos de caballeros jovenes." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 576-611.*

_____. "Esbozos de matrimonios jóvenes." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 611-48.*

_____. "El domingo visto de tres maneras, por Timoteo Sparks." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 648-69.*

_____. "Misceláneas de Bentley." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 670-71.*

_____. "Las actas de Mudfog." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 672- ("La vida pública del señor Tulrumble, que fue alcalde de Mudfog"; "Relación detallada del I Congreso de la Asociación de Mudfog para el Progreso Universal"; "Informe completo del II Congreso de la Asociación de Mudfog para el Progreso Universal").

_____. "La pantomima de la vida." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 717-23.*

_____. "Curiosidades acerca de un león." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 723-27.*

_____. "El señor Roberto Bolton, caballero muy bien relacionado con los periódicos." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 727-730.*

_____. "Carta familiar de un padre a su hijo de dos años y dos meses de edad." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 730-32.*

_____. "El farolero." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 732-45.*

_____. "Para leer al anochecido." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 746-54.*

_____. "Jose Grimaldi: Prefacio a las 'Memorias de Jose Grimaldi'." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 754-57.*

_____. "Juan Overs: prefacio al libro 'Las Veladas de un trabajador manual'." 1844. From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 757-60.*

_____. "El interés de la agricultura." Essay. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. IV. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004. 928-30.*

_____. "Amenazadora carta de un anciano caballero a Thomas Hood." In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. IV. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004. 930-34.*

_____. "El delito y la educación." Letter to the Daily News. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. IV. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004. 935-58.*

_____. "La pena capital." Public letter. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. IV. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004. 938-56.*

_____. "El espíritu de caballerosidad en Westminster Hall." In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. IV. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004. 956-58.*

_____. "In memoriam W. M. Thackeray." From Cornhill Magazine. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. IV. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004. 959-61.*

_____. "Adelaida Ana Procter: Introducción a sus 'Legends and Lyrics'." From Cornhill Magazine. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. IV. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004. 962-67.*

_____. "Chauncey Hare Townshend: Introducción aclaratoria a la obra 'Religious Opinions' ('Opiniones religiosas'), por el fallecido reverendo Chauncey Hare Townshend." In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. IV. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004. 967-68.*

_____. "A propósito del arte escénico del señor Fechter." In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. IV. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004. 968-72.*

_____. "El guardavías." Story. In Felices pesadillas: Los mejores relatos de terror aparecidos en Valdemar (1987-2003). Madrid: Valdemar, 2003. 201-22.*

_____. "Un árbol de Navidad." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.11-24.*

_____. "Lo que es la navidad a medida que avanzamos en años." In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.24-27.*

_____. "Historia del pariente pobre." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.27-35.*

_____. "La historia del niño." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.35-48.*

_____. "La historia del escolar." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.38-46.*

_____. "La historia de don Nadie." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.46-50.*

_____. "Los siete caminantes pobres." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.50-69.*

_____. "La posada del acebo." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.69-95.*

_____. "Los peligros de algunos prisioneros ingleses." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.117-52.*

_____. "Entrada en sociedad." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.152-63.*

_____. "La casa embrujada." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.163-86.*

_____. "Un mensaje que llega del mar." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.186-210.*

_____. "Los terrenos de Tom Tiddler." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.210-30.*

_____. "El equipaje de alguien." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.230-55.*

_____. "El paquete envuelto en papel de estraza." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.255-63.*

_____. "Su maravilloso final." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.263-68.*

_____. "Las habitaciones de la señora Lirriper." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.268-95.*

_____. "La herencia de la señora Lirriper." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.295-318.*

_____. "Las recetas del doctor Marigold." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.318-48.*

_____. "El empalme ferroviario de Mugby." Story. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.348-96.*

_____. "Sin salida." Novel. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 10.397-488.*

_____. The Village Coquettes. Operetta. Music by John Hullah.

_____. "A Child's Dream of a Star." Short story.

_____. Hunted Down. Story.

_____. "George Silverman's Explanation." Story. 1867.

_____. "La explicación de Jorge Silverman." In Dickens, Obras Completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. V. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2003. 805-829.*

_____. Preface to the "Charles Dickens Edition" 1867. In Dickens. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. Ed. Robert L. Patten. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1972.

_____. "El último viaje." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 11-17.*

_____. "El corresponsal pedigüeño." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 18-23.*

_____. "Un niño sueña con una estrella." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 23-26.*

_____. "Nuestra playa inglesa." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 26-32.*

_____. "Nuestra playa francesa." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 32-42.*

_____. "Fijando carteles." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 42-51.*

_____. "Nacimientos: El de un hijo a la señora Meek." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 51-55.*

_____. "Yacer despierto." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 55-60.*

_____. "El espectro del arte." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 60-65.*

_____. "Al salir de la ciudad." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 65-70.*

_____. "Fuera de temporada." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 70-76.*

_____. "Historia de una patente contada por un pobre." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 76-81.*

_____. "El noble salvaje." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 81-85.*

_____. "Un vuelo." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 85-93. (Trains).

_____. "La policía detectivesca." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 93-106.*

_____. "Tres anécdotas de detectives." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 106-12.*

_____. "De servicio con el inspector Field." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 113-22.*

_____. "A favor de la corriente." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 123-30.*

_____. "Un paseo por el hospicio." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 130-35.*

_____. "El príncipe Bull." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 135-39.*

_____. "Un artículo 'al plato'." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 139-46.*

_____. "Nuestro honorable amigo." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 146-50.*

_____. "Nuestra escuela." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 150-55.*

_____. "Nuestra junta parroquial." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 155-60.*

_____. "Nuestro pelmazo." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 160-66.*

_____. "Un monumento de insensatez francesa." From Reprinted Pieces. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 166-75. (Markets, abattoirs).

_____. "Nuestra parroquia." From Sketches. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 183-221.*

_____. "Vuelve a los escenarios el auténtico Lear, de Shakespeare." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 764-68.*

_____. "Scott y sus editores." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 768-80.*

_____. "La propiedad intelectual internacional." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 781-82.* (Also pub. in Athenaeum and elsewhere).

_____. "Macready en el papel de Benedick." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 782-85.*

_____. "Informe de la comisión nombrada para investigar la situación de las personas que ocupan diversas categorías en la Universidad de Oxford." 1843. From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 785-88.*

_____. "Ignorancia y crimen." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 788-91.*

_____. "El junco chino." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 791-93.*

_____. "'Los hijos del borracho', de Cruikshank." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 793-96.*

_____. "La expedición al Niger." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 797-811.*

_____. "La poesía de la ciencia." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 811-14.*

_____. "El panorama norteamericano." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 814-16.*

_____. "Defensa judicial extraordinaria." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 817-20.*

_____. "Asociación de la escuela de aprendices de Edimburgo." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 820-21.*

_____. "'La generación que sale a la luz', por Leech." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 822-24.* (Illustration series).

_____. "El paraíso de Tooting." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 824-30.*

_____. "El establecimiento de Tooting." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 830-32.* (Workhouses).

_____. "Un veredicto favorable al señor Drouet." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 833-35. (Workhouses).

_____. "'Virginia' y 'susana, la de los ojos negros'." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 835- (Latour de Saint-Ybars; Jerrold).

_____. "Un norteamericano en Europa." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 836-44.*

_____. "Ceremonial de corte." From Contributions to The Examiner. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 844-46.*

Editions

Dickens, Charles, ed. Bentley's Miscellany. Monthly. 1837-.

_____, ed. Master Humphrey's Clock. Weekly magazine. 1840.

_____. El reloj de Maese Humphrey. In Dickens, Obras Completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. V. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2003. 609-88.*

_____, ed. Household Words. Weekly magazine. 1850. Incorporated to All the Year Round in 1859.

_____, ed. All the Year Round. Magazine. (ed. 1859-70).

_____. "Anuncio aparecido en Household Words." From All the Year Round. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 912-13.*

_____. "El pobre y su cerveza." From All the Year Round. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 913-20.*

_____. "Cinco nuevas adiciones al código criminal." From All the Year Round. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 920-22.*

_____. "Leigh Hunt: Un reproche." From All the Year Round. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 922-25.*

_____. "el balido de Lloronchisme." From All the Year Round. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 925-31.*

_____. "El joven que viene del país." From All the Year Round. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 931-36.*

_____. "Un clérigo de grandes luces." From All the Year Round. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 936-37.*

_____. "Una dosis bastante fuerte." From All the Year Round. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 937-43.*

_____. "El medium mártir." From All the Year Round. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 943-48.*

_____. "El fallecido señor Stansfield." From All the Year Round. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 949-50.*

_____. "Un pequeño problema de hechos." From All the Year Round. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 950-51.*

_____. "La vida de Landor." From All the Year Round. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 951-57. (Rev. of vol. 2 of Forster's biography).

_____. "Aviso que apareció poco antes de quedar completado el volumen vigésimo (1868) anunciando una nueva serie de "All the Year Round" ("Alrededor del año")." From All the Year Round. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003. 957.*

Collaborations

Dickens et al. Classic Ghost Stories. New York: Dover.

Dickens, Charles, and Wilkie Collins. The Lazy Tour of the Two Idle Apprentices. Story. 1857.

_____. La descansada jira de dos desocupados aprendices. In Dickens, Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005.

Dickens, Charles, Carlo Fruterro, and Franco Lucentini. The D. Case: The Truth about the Mystery of Edwin Drood. Trans. Gregory Dowling. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1992.

Letters

Dickens, Charles. The Letters of Charles Dickens. Ed. Walter Dexter. Nonesuch edition. 3 vols. London, 1938.

_____. The British Academy / Pilgrim Edition of the Letters of Charles Dickens. Ed. Graham Storey et al. 12 vols. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1969-2002. (Vol 1: 1820-1839, and Vol. 2, 1840-41, ed. Madeline House and Graham Storey, 1982 and 1969; vol. 3, 1842-1843, ed. Madeline House, Graham Storey and Kathleen Tillotson, 1974, Vol. 4, 1844-1845, ed. Kathleen Tillotson, 1977; vol. 5: 1847-1849, ed. Graham Storey and K. J. Fielding, 1981; Vol. 6: 1850-1852, ed. Graham Storey, Katheleen Tilloston and Nina Burgis, 1988; vol. 7, 1853-1855, ed. Graham Storey, Kathleen Tillotson and Angus Easson, 1993; vol. 8: 1856-1858, ed. Graham Storey and Kathleen Tillotson, 1995; Vol. 9, 1859-1861; 10, 1862-1864; 11, 1865-1867; 12: 1868-1870, all ed. Graham Storey with Margaret Browin and Kathleen Tillotson, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002).

Collected works

Dickens, Charles. Contributions to "The Examiner". 1838-1849.

_____. Colaboraciones en "The Examiner." In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 761-846.*

_____. Reprinted Pieces. 1858.

_____. Trabajos reimpresos. In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. 7-175.*

_____. Reprinted Pieces. Also The Lamplighter, To Be Read at Dusk & Sunday Under Three Heads. (The Popular Edition of the Complete Works of Charles Dickens). London: Chapman & Hall, 1907.*

_____. Obras completas. Barcelona, 1884.

_____. Obras completas. 6 vols. Ed. and trans. José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Aguilar, 1948.

_____. Obras completas. Trans., notes and biographical essay by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. 1. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004.* (Biographical essay; Aventuras de Oliverio Twist; Grandes Esperanzas).

_____. Obras completas. Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. II. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003.* (David Copperfield; El misterio de Edwin Drood; Alrededor del año).

_____. Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. III. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003.* (Papeles póstumos del Club Pickwick; Un viajante, y no de comercio; "¡Cazado!"; "Novela de vacaciones").

_____. Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. IV. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2004.* (La casa deshabitada; Tiempos difíciles; Escritos varios).

_____. Obras Completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. V. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana Ediciones Generales, 2003.* (Vida y aventuras de Martín Chuzzlewit; El reloj de Maese Humphrey; Canción de Navidad; Las Campanas; La Explicación de Jorge Silverman).

_____. Obras Completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. VI. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003.* (Dombey e Hijo. Notas de Norteamérica).

_____. Obras Completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. VII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003.* (La pequeña Dorrit; Una historia de Inglaterra para los niños).

_____. Obras completas, Trans and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. VIII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005. (La tienda de antigüedades. Nuestro común amigo).

_____. Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Vol. X. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2003.* (Cuentos de navidad. Paisajes de Italia. Historia de dos ciudades).

_____. Obras completas. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Aguilar. Rpt. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005.* (Vida y aventuras de Nicolás Nickleby, El Grillo del Hogar, La Batalla de la Vida, El hechizado, La descansada jira de dos desocupados).

_____. Obras completas XII. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Aguilar.

_____. Obras completas XII. Trans. and notes by José Méndez Herrera. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005.

_____. Obras. Ed. and trans. José María Valverde. Barcelona: Planeta, 1963.

_____. The Christmas Books. Ed. Ruth Glancy. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. The Christmas Books. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. Sikes and Nancy and Other Public Readings. Ed. Philip Collins. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1975.

_____. Grandes obras ilustradas de Charles Dickens. Adapt. J. M. González Cremona et al. Barcelona: Bruguera, 1979.

_____. Selected Short Fiction. (Penguin Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. The Speeches of Charles Dickens. Ed. K. J. Fielding. Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1988.

_____. The Pilgrim Edition of the Letters of Charles Dickens. Ed. Madeline House et al. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1982-1992.

_____. Three Great Novels: Hard Times, A Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. Four Novels. Gramercy Books, 1993.

_____. The British Academy / The Pilgrim Edition of the Letters of Charles Dickens. Ed. Madeline House, Graham Storey and Kathleen Tillotson Up to Vol. 9: 1859-1861. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997.

_____. Dickens's Journalism, Vol. 1: Sketches by Boz and Other Early Papers 1833-39. Vol. 2: The Amusements of the People and Other Papers: Reports, Esssay and Reviews 1834-51. Ed. Michael Slater. London: Dent, 1997.

_____. The Correspondence of Charles Dickens. Database. 11 vols. (English Letters). Intelex / Oxford UP, 2004. (From the Oxford UP Pilgrim ed.).

2004.

On Charles Dickens

Biography

Ackroyd, Peter. Dickens. 1990. London: Minerva-Mandarin, 1991.*

DeVries, D. Dickens's Apprentice Years. New York: Barnes, 1976.

Easson, Angus. "The Mythic Sorrows of Charles Dickens." Literature and History 1 (1975).

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Anthologies

Beckwith, Charles E., ed. Twentieth-Century Interpretations of A Tale of Two Cities. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice, 1972.

Bloom, Harold, ed. Charles Dickens. New York: Chelsea House, 1987.

Collins, Philip, ed. Dickens: The Critical Heritage. New York: Barnes; London: Routledge, 1971.

Connor, Steven, ed. Charles Dickens. (Longman Critical Readers). Harlow: Addison Wesley Longman, 1996.

Dowling, David, ed. "Charles Dickens." In Dowling, Novelists on Novelists. London: Macmillan, 1983. 61-78.*

Dyson, A. E., ed. Dickens: Bleak House. (Casebooks series). Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1969.

Gray, Paul Edward, ed. Twentieth Century Interpretations of Hard Times. Englewood Cliffs (NJ): Prentice Hall, 1969.*

Page, Norman, ed. Dickens: Hard Times, Great Expectations, and Our Mutual Friend. (Casebooks series). Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1979.

Peck, John. David Copperfield and Hard Times. (New Casebooks). Houndmills: Macmillan, 1995.

Price, Martin, ed. Dickens: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs (NJ): Prentice Hall-Spectrum Books, 1967.*

Sell, Roger, ed. Great Expectations. (New Casebooks). Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1994.

Tambling, Jeremy, ed. Charles Dickens: Bleak House. (New Casebooks). Houndmills: Macmillan, 1998.

Wall, Stephen, ed. Charles Dickens. (Penguin Critical Anthologies). Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1970.*

Bibliographies

Cox, Don Richard. Charles Dickens's The Mystery of Edwin Drood: An Annotated Bibliography. (AMS Studies in the Nineteenth Century, 17). AMS Press, 1998.

CD-Roms

Landow, George, Julie Launhardt, and Paul Kahn. The Dickens Web. Cambridge (MA): Eastgate Systems, 1992.

Dictionaries

Hawes, Donald. Who's Who in Dickens. London: Routledge, 1998.

Méndez y Herrera. "Censo de los principales personajes y lugares citados en las obras completas de Charles Dickens." In Dickens, Obras completas XII. Madrid: Santillana-Aguilar, 2005.

Films

David Copperfield. Dir. George Cukor. Screenplay by Howard Estabrook and Hugh Walpole, based on Dickenss's novel. Cast: Freddie Bartholomew, Frank Lawton, W. C. Fields, Lionel Barrymore, Madge Evans, Roland Young, Basil Rathbone, Edna May Oliver, Maureen O'Sullivan, Lewis Stone, Lennox Pawle, Elsa Lanchester, Una O'Connor, Arthur Treacher, Hugh Walpole. USA: MGM, 1935. (Reissued in computer-colored version).

David Copperfield. Dir. Delbert Mann. Cast: Robin Phillips, Susan Hampshire, Edith Evans, Michael Redgrave, Ralph Richardson, Laurence Olivier, Wendy Hiller, Emlyn Williams, Richard Attenborough. USA, 1970.

David Copperfield. Children's animation feature. Prod. Australia. Spanish DVD. Alilaguna, n.d.*

Great Expectations. Dir. Stuart Walker. Based on Charles Dickens's novel. Cast: Jane Wyatt, Philips Holmes, George Breakston, Henry Holt, Florence Reed, Alan Hale, Francis L. Sullivan. USA, 1934.

Great Expectations. Dir. David Lean. Script by David Lean, Kay Walsh, Cecil McGivern, Anthony Havelock-Allan and Ronald Neame, based on Charles Dickens's novel. Cast: John Mills, Valerie Hobson, Bernard Miles, Francis L. Sulllivan, Finaly Currie, Martita Hunt, Anthony Wager, Jean Simmons, Alec Guinness, Ivor Barnard, Freda Jackson, Torin Thatcher, Eileen Erskine, Hay Petrie. Cinematography by Guy Green. Art dir. John Bryan. Prod. Anthony Havelock-Allan and Ronald Neame. UK, 1946.

Great Expectations. Dir. Joseph Hardy. Cast: Michael York, Sarah Miles, James Mason, Margaret Leighton, Robert Morley, Anthony Quayle, Joss Ackland, Rachel Roberts, Heather Sears, Peter Bull. USA/UK, 1974. (Prod. as a musical, songs deleted).

Great Expectations. TV miniseries. With Jean Simmons. 1989.

Great Expectations. Dir. Alfonso Cuarón. Modernized version of Charles Dickens's novel. Cast: Ethan Hawke, Gwyneth Paltrow, Anne Bancroft, Chris Cooper, Hank Azaria, Robert De Niro, Johs Mostel, Kim Dickens, Nell Campbell, Stephen Spinella. Panavision. USA, 1998.

Martin Chuzzlewit. Screenplay by David Lodge, based on Charles Dickens's novel. 6-part BBC TV serial.

Oliver Twist. Dir. Frank Lloyd. Cast: Jackie Coogan, Lon Chaney, Gladys Brockwell, George Siegmann, Ester Ralston. USA, 1922.

Oliver Twist. Dir. David Lean. Cast: Alec Guinness, Robert Newton, John Howard Davies, Kay Walsh, Francis L. Sullivan, Anthony Newley, Henry Stephenson. UK, 1948.

Oliver! Dir. Carol Reed. Film version of Lionel Bart's musical based on Dickens's novel. Screenplay by Vernon Harris. Cast: Ron Moody, Oliver Reed, Shani Wallis, Mark Lester, Jack Wild, Harry Secombe, Hugh Griffith, Sheila White. Panavision. Columbia Pictures, 1968. (6 oscars including Best Picture, Director, Art Direction, Scoring, special prize for choreographer Onna White).

_____. Oliver! Dir. Carol Reed. DVD. Columbia Tristar Home Video, 2000.*

Oliver Twist. Dir. Clive Donner. Script by James Goldman, based on Dickens's novel. Cast: George C. Scott, Tim Curry, Michael Hordern, Timothy West, Eileen Atkins, Cherie Longhi, Richard Charles, Lysette Anthony. USA, 1982.

Oliver Twist. TV film. With Richard Dreyfuss. 1997.

Oliver Twist. Dir. Roman Polanski. Script by Ronald Harwood, based on the novel by Charles Dickens. Cast: Ben Kingsley, Jamie Foreman, Barney Clark, Harry Eden, Leanne Rowe, Edward Hardwicke, Mark Strong. Ed. Hervé De Luze. Prod. Des. Allan Starski. Photog. Pawel Edelman. Music by Rachel Portman. Exec prod. Timothy Burrill, Petr Moravec. Prod. Alain Sarde / Robert Benmussa / R. P. Films Runteam II / Etic Films SRO, 2005.*

_____. Oliver Twist. DVD. Barcelona: RBA-SpeakUP / Sogedasa-Filmax, 2006.*

A Tale of Two Cities. Vitagraph, 1911.

A Tale of Two Cities. Dir. Frank Lloyd. Cast: William Farnum, Jewel Carmen, Joseph Swickard, Herschell Mayall, Rosita Marstini. 1917.

A Tale of Two Cities. Dir. Jack Conway. Script by W. P. Lipscomb and S. N. Behrman. Cast: Ronald Colman, Elizabeth Allan, Edna May Oliver, Reginald Owen, Basil Rathbone, Blanche Yurka, Isabel Jewell, Walter Catlett, Henry B. Walthall, H. B. Warner, Donald Woods. 1935. (Reissued in computer colored version).

A Tale of Two Cities. Dir. Ralph Thomas. Based on the novel by Charles Dickens. Cast: Dirk Bogarde, Dorothy Tutin, Cecil Parker, Stephen Murray, Athene Seyler, Christopher Lee, Donald Pleasence, Ian Bannen. UK, 1958.

A Tale of Two Cities. TV series. 1980.

A Christmas Carol. Animated feature. Dir. Robert Zemeckis. Based on Charles Dickens's novel. Cast: Jim Carrey, Colin Firth, Gary Oldman, Bob Hoskins, Robin Wright Penn. 2009.

Internet resources

Dickens Project. U of California website.

http://humwww.ucsc.edu/dickens/

Dickens in The Literature Network

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2004-09-05

Illustrations

Browne, Hablôt K. ("Phiz"). "Mr Pickwick in the Pound." Engraving. From The Pickwick Papers. By Charles Dickens. London, 1837.

_____. "The Valentine." Engraving. From The Pickwick Papers. By Charles Dickens. London, 1837.

_____. "Christmas Eve at Mr Warldle's." Engraving. From The Pickwick Papers. By Charles Dickens. London, 1837.

_____. "Mr Pickwick Slides." Engraving. From The Pickwick Papers. By Charles Dickens. London, 1837.

_____. "Mr Wardle and His Friends under the Influence of the Salmon." Engraving. From The Pickwick Papers. By Charles Dickens. London, 1837.

_____. "Mr Pickwick Sits for His Portrait." Engraving. From The Pickwick Papers. By Charles Dickens. London, 1837.

_____. "Discovery of Jingle in the Fleet." Engraving. From The Pickwick Papers. By Charles Dickens. London, 1837.

_____. "The Card Room at Bath." Engraving. From The Pickwick Papers. By Charles Dickens. London, 1837.

Journals

The Dickensian

Dickens Quarterly 6 (1989).

Dickens Studies Annual 13 (1984).

Literature

Jones, Lloyd. Mr Pip. Novel. (Commonwealth Prize 2007).

Pearl, Matthew. The Last Dickens. Novel. 2009.

_____. El último Dickens. Trans. Manu Berástegui. Madrid: Santillana-Punto de Lectura, 2011.*

Series

(The Popular Edition of the Complete Works of Charles Dickens). London: Chapman & Hall, c. 1907.*

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