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CHARLES DICKENS, MODERNISM, MODERNITY

VOL. I

CARACTÉRISTIQUES

Direction : Christine Huguet, Nathalie Vanfasse
Editeur : Editions du Sagittaire (site internet)
Collection : « Histoire littéraire »
ISBN : 978-2-917202-26-5
Année de publication : 2014
Année du colloque : 2011
Présentation du colloque : cliquer ici

Ouvrage disponible auprès du CCIC (n°504)

MATIÈRES
Acknowledgements

Notes on Contributors

Introduction: Dickens and the "wine of Life", Christine HUGUET & Nathalie VANFASSE


I. Urban Modernity

Charles Dickens Citoyen de Paris, Michael HOLLINGTON

Two Londoners: Charles Dickens and Virginia Woolf, Francesca ORESTANO

Longing and the Dickensian City: Place, Popularity and the Past, Juliet JOHN


II. Modernity in / and Motion

Internationalising Dickens: Little Dorrit Reconsidered, Robert L. PATTEN

Charles Dickens and some Urban Legends in Twentieth-Century Bulgaria, Vladimir TRENDAFILOV

Mobility and Modernity: reading Barnaby Rudge, Wendy PARKINS

Dickens and Chaplin: "The Tramp", Gillian PIGGOTT

Dingley Dell: Pickwick Papers' Lieu de Mémoire, Andrew BALLANTYNE

CHARLES DICKENS, MODERNISM, MODERNITY

VOL. II

CARACTÉRISTIQUES

Direction : Christine Huguet, Nathalie Vanfasse
Editeur : Editions du Sagittaire (site internet)
Collection : « Histoire littéraire »
ISBN : 978-2-917202-27-2
Année de publication : 2014
Année du colloque : 2011
Présentation du colloque : cliquer ici

Ouvrage disponible auprès du CCIC (n°504bis)

MATIÈRES
III. The Life of Things

The Topicality of Sketches by Boz, Paul SCHLICKE & William F. LONG

The Ends of Privacy: Dickens, Strange, Collins, David ELLISON

Dickens, Sexuality and the Body or, Clock Loving: Master Humphrey's Queer Objects of DesireHolly FURNEAUX


IV. Dickens the Thinker

"The Philosophy of the Thubject": Hard Times and the Reasoning Animal, John BOWEN

The French Gentleman's Grin: Allusion, Intellectual History, and Narratography in Our Mutual Friend, Lawrence FRANK

Dickens and the Voices of History, David PAROISSIEN


V. Mysteries of the Self

Dickens and the Exploding World: Self and Others in Great Expectations, Dominic RAINSFORD

Dickens and the Post-Modern Self: Fragmentation, Authority and Death, Natalie McKNIGHT

Mania and Melancholia in David Copperfield: Dora Spenlow and Uriah Heep, Adina CIUGUREANU

Dickens and the Jews / The Jews and Dickens: The Instability of Identity, Murray BAUMGARTEN

Plotting (in) Barnaby Rudge, Michal Peled GINSBURG


VI. Towards a Modernist Aesthetic?

Dickens and Ambiguity: The Case of A Tale of Two Cities, Matthias BAUER & Angelika ZIRKER

Human, Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral? Crossovers between Organic and Inorganic Matter in Our Mutual Friend, Valerie KENNEDY

Narrative Closure in David Copperfield and Bleak House, John O. JORDAN