Contemporary Dickens Interdisciplinary Research and Criticism 2001present

New York: Oxford University Press.
Friedman, S. 2003. Dickens’s fiction: tapestries of conscience. New York: AMS Press.
Hori, M. 2004. Investigating Dickens’ style: a collocational analysis. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
John, J. 2003. Dickens’s villains: melodrama, character, popular culture. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Jordan, J.O. (ed.) 2001. The Cambridge companion to Charles Dickens. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Mengham, R. 2001. Charles Dickens. Devon: Northcote House.
Pykett, L. 2002. Charles Dickens. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Rem, T. 2002. Dickens, melodrama, and the parodic imagination. New York: AMS Press.
Sanders, A. 2003. Charles Dickens. New York: Oxford University Press.
Srivastava, Deepika. 2001. Charles Dickens: a perspective. New Delhi: Sarum &amp. Sons.
Wu, Duncan, and Dunn, R. (eds.). 2004. A Routledge literary sourcebook on Charles Dickens’s David Copperfield. New York: Routledge.
Eells, E. 2003. "From word to image: illustrating Great Expectations", Nineteenth Century Contexts, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 219-39.
Ferguson, S.L. 2001. "Dickens’s public readings and the Victorian author", SEL Studies in English Literature 1500 – 1900, vol. 41, no. 4, pp. 729-49.
Karl, F.R. 2003. "Recent Dickens studies", Victorian Literature and Culture, vol. 31, pp. 593-611.
Ledger, S. 2004. "From Queen Caroline to Lady Dedlock: Dickens and the popular radical imagination", Victorian Literature and Culture, vol. 32, pp. 575-600.
Lougy, R.E. 2002. "Filth, liminality, and abjection in Charles Dickens’s Bleak House." ELH, vol. 69, no. 2, pp. 473-500.
Mukherjee, A. 2005. "Missed encounters: repetition, rewriting, and contemporary returns to Charles…
The third section refers to psychological and medical phenomena observed and described in Dickens’ works. Each section is divided into books, periodicals, and graduate research. All of these writings are intended for an academic audience, rather than articles written in popular magazines. The time period (2001-present) guarantees that the research will represent contemporary lines of thought. There has been no hard limit placed on place of publication, because of the universal availability of Dickens’ works.
Sussler, J. 2002. Nobody’s fault: the study of an escape artist in English culture. Master’s Thesis, Department of English, Central Connecticut State University. Retrieved on December 14, 2005 from
This report outlines the search strategy used to create a bibliography of 60 items concerning recent critical views and interdisciplinary research about the life and writings of Charles Dickens, for an audience of undergraduate and graduate researchers. The search was designed to identify and utilize a range of bibliographic sources so as to ensure that a wide spectrum of research was included. The strategy has three parts:
The role of the pre-se