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Volume 44

Dickens Studies Annual

Essays on Victorian Fiction

Edited by Stanley Friedman, Edward Guiliano,
Anne Humpherys, Natalie McKnight, and Michael Timko

ISSN 0084-9812
Set ISBN-10: 0-404-18520-7
Set ISBN-13: 978-0-404-18520-6


“Judging by the liveliness in this collection of essays and bibliographies, the Victorians still fascinate.”
Reference and Research Book News on volume 38

“Much like traversing the ‘delightful irregular’ interior spaces of the architectural Bleak House, ‘where you come upon more rooms when you think you have seen all there are’ (ch. 6), readers...will find a pleasing variety of critical corridors and scholarly stairways to explore.”
—Natalie Bell Cole in Dickens Quarterly on volume 32

Founded in 1970, the centennial anniversary of Dickens's death, DSA has been published since 1980
by AMS Press in cooperation with the Ph.D. program in English of the City University of New York and in association with the Graduate Center, CUNY and Queens College, CUNY. Besides presenting articles exploring the wide range of Dickens's interests and talents, DSA also includes essays on other mid- and late- nineteenth-century authors and on the history and aesthetics of the period's fiction. In addition, each volume contains a substantial review article examining a prior year's scholarship on Dickens, and DSA occasionally publishes surveys of work on other Victorian writers, as well as review essays considering specialized studies of subjects in Victorian fiction. The editors seek to offer essays of "the most diverse kinds," those employing innovative as well as traditional approaches.


Click here for submission guidelines and a list of the journal’s editorial advisory board.


Click here for contents to volumes 1–42.

Available
Volume 44
July 2013
ISBN-10: 0-404-18944-X, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-18944-0
Cloth $192.50

Justin Eichenlaub, “The Infrastructural Uncanny: Oliver Twist in the Suburbs and Slums”
Erin Wilson, “‘No Certain Roof but the Coffin Lid’: The Melodramatic Body and the Semiotics of Syphilis in Oliver Twist
Monica F. Cohen, “Making Piracy Pay: Fagin and Contested Authorship in Victorian Print Culture”
Kattie M. Basnett, “Reversing Domestication in Dickens: Forging Masculine and Domestic Types through the Cross-Species”
Timothy Gilmore, “Not Too Cheery: Dickens’s Critique of Capital in Nicholas Nickleby
Christine L. Corton, “Drowning in the Fog: The Significance of Quilp’s Death in The Old Curiosity Shop
John B. Lamb, “The Wax Girl: Molding Nell in The Old Curiosity Shop
Maria Ioannou, “Dora Spenlow, Female Communities, and Female Narrative in Charles Dickens’s David Copperfield and George Eliot’s Middlemarch
Deborah A. Thomas, “Vibrations in the Memory: Bleak House’s Response to Illustrations of Becky in Vanity Fair
Melissa A. Smith, “When Fairy Godmothers Are Men: Dickens’s Gendered Use of Fairy Tales as a Form of Narrative Control in Bleak House
Priti Joshi, “An Old Dog Enters the Fray; or, Reading Hard Times as an Industrial Novel”
Lauren Ellis Holm, “Book-Snatcher/Body-Snatcher: Adaptation, Resurrection, and A Tale of Two Cities
Rebecca Richardson, “Bradley Headstone’s Bad Example of Self-Help: Dickens and the Problem with Ambition”
Robert C. Hanna, ed., The Storm at the Lighthouse, by Wilkie Collins, with an Introduction, Textual Notes, and Appendix
Elizabeth Bridgham, “Recent Dickens Studies: 2011”


Available
Volume 43
July 2012
ISBN-10: 0-404-18943-1, ISBN-13: 978-0-404-18943-3
Cloth $192.50

Edward Guiliano, ed., “Dickens on Broadway: Future Dickens, Digital Dickens, Global Dickens—A Panel Discussion”
A special pre-bicentennial event moderated by Edward Guiliano and featuring Duane DeVries, Jonathan Grossman, Michael Hollington, Shari Hodges Holt, Natalie McKnight, Trey Philpotts, and Nathalie Vanfasse

Clayton Carlyle Tarr, “Knots in Glass: Dickens and Omniscience from Boz to Bucket”
David Parker, “The Pickwick Prefaces”
Madeleine Wood, “Whispers and Shadows: Traumatic Echoes in Paul Dombey’s Life, Death, and Afterlife”
Carolyn W. de la L. Oulton, “‘Shall memory be the only thing to die?’: Fictions of Childhood in Dickens and Jerome K. Jerome”
Katie R. Peel, “‘“Make Her Pay”’: Fanny Dorrit’s Disruption in Charles Dickens’s Little Dorrit
Jolene Zigarovich, “Epitaphic Representation in Dickens’s Our Mutual Friend
Jennifer Preston Wilson, “On Honor and Consequences: The Duel in Trollope’s The Small House at Allington
Nils Clausson, “Interpretation, Genre, Revaluation: The Conventions of Romance and the Romance of Religion in Benjamin Disraeli’s Lothair
Julia Palievsky and Dmitry Urnov, “A Kindred Writer: Dickens in Russia, 1840–1990”
Tatiana A. Boborykina, “Dickens in Post-Soviet Russia”
Nancy Aycock Metz, “Recent Dickens Studies: 2010”
David Garlock, “Recent Studies in Literary Darwinism: 1990–2010”
Index


Volumes Available to Order

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1 0-404-18521-5 978-0-404-18521-3 1970 $172.50
2 0-404-18522-3 978-0-404-18522-0 1972 $172.50
3 0-404-18523-1 978-0-404-18523-7 1974 $172.50
4 0-404-18524-X 978-0-404-18524-4 1975 $172.50
5 0-404-18525-8 978-0-404-18525-1 1976 $172.50
6 0-404-18526-6 978-0-404-18526-8 1977 $172.50
7 0-404-18527-4 978-0-404-18527-5 1978 $172.50
8 0-404-18528-2 978-0-404-18528-2 1980 $172.50
9 0-404-18529-0 978-0-404-18529-9 1981 $172.50
10 0-404-18530-4 978-0-404-18530-5 1982 $172.50
11 0-404-18531-2 978-0-404-18531-2 1983 $172.50
12 0-404-18532-0 978-0-404-18532-9 1983 $172.50
13 0-404-18533-9 978-0-404-18533-6 1984 $172.50
14 0-404-18534-7 978-0-404-18534-3 1985 $172.50
15 0-404-18535-5 978-0-404-18535-0 12/1986 $172.50
16 0-404-18536-3 978-0-404-18536-7 12/1987 $172.50
17 0-404-18537-1 978-0-404-18537-4 12/1988 $172.50
18 0-404-18537-1 978-0-404-18537-4 01/1989 $172.50
19 0-404-18539-8 978-0-404-18539-8 12/1990 $172.50
20 0-404-18540-1 978-0-404-18540-4 12/1991 $172.50
21 0-404-18541-X 978-0-404-18541-1 12/1992 $172.50
22 0-404-18542-8 978-0-404-18542-8 12/1993 $172.50
23 0-404-18543-6 978-0-404-18543-5 12/1994 $172.50
24 0-404-18544-4 978-0-404-18544-2 04/1996 $172.50
25 0-404-18545-2 978-0-404-18545-9 06/1997 $172.50
26 0-404-18546-0 978-0-404-18546-6 06/1998 $172.50
27 0-404-18547-9 978-0-404-18547-3 11/1998 $172.50
28 0-404-18548-7 978-0-404-18548-0 09/1999 $172.50
29 0-404-18549-5 978-0-404-18549-7 06/2000 $172.50
30 0-404-18930-X 978-0-404-18930-3 06/2001 $172.50
31 0-404-18931-8 978-0-404-18931-0 05/2002 $172.50
32 0-404-18932-6 978-0-404-18932-7 01/2003 $172.50
33 0-404-18933-4 978-0-404-18933-4 10/2003 $172.50
34 0-404-18934-2 978-0-404-18934-1 06/2004 $172.50
35 0-404-18935-0 978-0-404-18935-8 05/2005 $172.50
36 0-404-18936-9 978-0-404-18936-5 02/2006 $172.50
37 0-404-18937-7 978-0-404-18937-2 10/2006 $172.50
38 0-404-18938-5 978-0-404-18938-9 10/2007 $172.50
39 0-404-18939-3 978-0-404-18939-6 07/2008 $172.50
40 0-404-18940-7 978-0-404-18940-2 07/2009 $172.50
41 0-404-18941-5 978-0-404-18941-9 06/2010 $172.50
42 0-404-18942-3 978-0-404-18942-6 06/2011 $172.50
43 0-404-18943-1 978-0-404-18943-3 07/2012 $192.50*
44 0-404-18944-X 978-0-404-18944-0 07/2013 $192.50*
45 0-404-18945-8 978-0-404-18945-7 07/2014 $192.50*
*Includes access to the electronic version of DSA for current institutional subscribers