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Tables of Contents for A Routledge Literary Source Books on Charles Dickens' David Copperfield
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
List of Illustrations
viii
 
Series Editor's Preface
ix
 
Acknowledgements
x
 
Introduction
1
6
Contexts
Contextual Overview
7
8
Chronology
15
5
Contemporary Documents
20
15
From Charles Dickens, `Autobiographical Fragment' (mid-1840s)
20
2
From Charles Dickens, `An Appeal to Fallen Women' (1847)
22
2
From Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol (1843)
24
2
From Samuel Smiles, Self-Help (1859)
26
1
From William Wordsworth, The Prelude (1850)
27
2
From Charlotte Bronte, Jane Eyre (1847)
29
1
From Alfred Tennyson, In Memoriam (1850)
30
5
Interpretations
Critical History
35
4
Early Critical Reception
39
5
From [H. F. Chorley], `The Personal History of David Copperfield' (1850)
39
2
From [Margaret Oliphant] `Charles Dickens' (1855)
41
1
From John Forster, The Life of Charles Dickens (1874)
42
2
Modern Criticism
44
27
From J. Hillis Miller, `David Copperfield' (1958)
44
2
From Q. D. Leavis, `Dickens and Tolstoy: The Case for a Serious View of David Copperfield' (1970)
46
3
From James R. Kincaid, `David Copperfield: Laughter and Point of View' (1971)
49
3
From William J. Palmer, `Dickens and Shipwreck' (1997)
52
3
From Malcolm Andrews, `Children and the Childlike' and `The Trials of Maturity' (1994)
55
4
From Mary Poovey, `The Man-of-Letters Hero: David Copperfield and the Professional Writer' (1988)
59
3
From Juliet John, `Byronic Baddies, Melodramatic Anxieties' (2001)
62
3
From Alexander Welsh, `A Novelist's Novelist' and `Women Passing By' (1987)
65
3
From Stephen Lutman, `Reading Illustrations: Pictures in David Copperfield' (1980)
68
3
The Novel in Performance
71
14
Introduction
71
1
From Philip Collins, `David Copperfield' (1975)
71
2
From James R. Kincaid, `Viewing and Blurring in Dickens: The Misrepresentation of Representation' (1987)
73
4
From Glenn K. S. Mann, `Cukor's and Selznick's David Copperfield: Dickens in Hollywood' (1990)
77
3
From Robert Giddings, `David Copperfield on BBC 1 (1999)' (2000)
80
5
Key Passages
Introduction
85
2
Key Passages
87
82
The Monthly Parts Cover
87
2
1867 Preface
89
1
The Opening Chapters
90
5
Little Em'ly and the Peggottys
95
4
The Murdstones
99
4
Salem House
103
4
Murdstone and Grinby's
107
4
Betsey Trotwood
111
6
Agnes Wickfield and Uriah Heep
117
1
Somebody Turns Up
118
3
Steerforth
121
4
Dora
125
2
Em'ly and Steerforth
127
5
Work
132
2
Child-Wife
134
6
Em'ly's Return
140
4
Heep Unmasked
144
3
Death of Dora
147
3
The Storm Scene
150
6
David Abroad
156
1
The Concluding Chapters
157
8
Further Reading
Recommended Editions
165
1
Recommended Reading
166
3
Index
169