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June 25, 1994

Fellow readers of Dickens!

    The following is an edited version of a list of books on
Dickens published in the last ten years.  The list has been com-
piled and made available in the MELVYL system of the libraries of
the University of California.

    I have omitted items that do not belong and changed the
format to one more in line (but not perfectly consistent) with
current MLA recommendations. (The "c" before a date refers to
year of copyright.)

        The list is based on holdings at UC libraries and is
therefore not a complete list of publications for the period
it covers.

    I trust subscribers find this a useful adjunct to their Dick-
ens bibliographies.   In any case, it will be useful to check
over to see what you have overlooked.

Patrick McCarthy, UC Santa Barbara
_________________________________________________________________

Abrams, Barry Michael. The necessities of invention: Fiction,
    meaning, and understanding in four Dickens novels.  DISSERTA-
    TION. UCLA. 1989.

Ackroyd, Peter.  Dickens. London: Sinclair-Stevenson, 1990.  New
    York: Harper Collins, c1990.

Ackroyd, Peter. Dickens' London: an imaginative vision.  London:
    Headline, 1987.

Ackroyd, Peter. Introduction to Dickens.  London:  Sinclair-
    Stevenson, c1991.

Adrian, Arthur A., Dickens and the parent-child relationship.
    Athens, Ohio: Ohio UP, c1984.

Alexander, Doris. Creating characters with Charles Dickens.
    University Park, Pa.: Pennsylvania State UP. c1991.

Allen, Michael.  Charles Dickens' childhood.  New York: St.
    Martin's, 1988; Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmil-
    lan, 1988.

Andersen, H. C. (Hans Christian), 1805-1875.  Reisebilder aus
    Schweden und England: in Schweden ein Besuch bei Charles
    Dickens.  Hanau/Main: Muller & Kiepenheuer, 1985.

Armstrong, Frances Elizabeth. Dickens and the concept of Home.
    Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research P, c1990.

Baetzhold, Howard G.,  Mark Twain and Dickens: why the Denial?
    New York: AMS, 1987.

Bauer, Matthias. Das Leben als Geschichte: poetische Reflexion in
    Dickens' "David Copperfield."  Koln: Bohlau, 1991.

Bentley, Nicolas, Michael Slater, and Nina Burgis.  The Dickens
    index.  Oxford; New York: Oxford UP, 1988.

Bloom, Harold, ed. Charles Dickens.  New York: Chelsea House,
    1987. Series title:  Modern critical views.

Bolton, H. Philip. Dickens dramatized. Boston, Mass.: G.K. Hall,
    1987.
Bradbury, Nicola. Charles Dickens' Great Expectations.  New York:
    St. Martin's, 1990; Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1990.

Brooks-Davies, Douglas. Charles Dickens, Great Expectations.
    London, England ; New York, N.Y., USA: Penguin Books, 1989.

Brooks-Davies, Douglas. Fielding, Dickens, Gosse, Iris Murdoch,
    and Oedipal Hamlet.  New York: St. Martin's; Houndmills,
    Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan, 1989.

Bruce, Sylvia. "Dickens's portrayal of women" and other essays.
    Nottingham: Paupers' P, 1989.

Carey, John. The Violent Effigy: A study of Dickens' imagination.
    2nd ed.  London; Boston: Faber Paperbacks, 1991.

Chase, Karen, Eros and Psyche: the representation of personality
    in the works of Charlotte Bronte, Charles Dickens, and George
    Eliot.  New York: Methuen, 1984.

Chittick, Kathryn, The Critical Reception of Charles Dickens,
    1833-1841.  New York: Garland Pub., 1989.

Chittick, Kathryn, Dickens and the 1830s.  Cambridge ; New York:
    Cambridge UP, 1990.

Christmas with Dickens. Illustrated & printed by Suzanne Granzow-
    Pruchnicki.  Manteno, Ill.: Bronte P, c1986.

Connor, Steven. Charles Dickens.  New York: B. Blackwell, 1985.

Gilbert, Elliot, ed.  Critical essays on Charles Dickens's Bleak
    House.  Boston: G.K. Hall, c1989.

Cotsell, Michael.  Critical essays on Charles Dickens's Great
    Expectations.  Boston: G.K. Hall, 1990.

Curry, George. Charles Dickens and Annie Fields.  Los Angeles:
    Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, 1988. IN:
    Huntington library quarterly. Vol. 51, no. 1 (Winter, 1988)

Daldry, Graham. Charles Dickens and the form of the novel.  :
    fiction and narrative in Dickens' work London: Croom Helm,
    c1987;  Totowa, N.J.: Barnes and Noble Books, 1986

Davies, James A. The textual life of Dickens's characters.
    Houndmills,  Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan, 1989; New
    York: Barnes & Noble Books, 1990.

Den Hartog, Dirk, Dickens and romantic psychology: the self in
    time in nineteenth-century literature.  New York: St.
    Martin's, 1987; Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmil-
    lan, 1987.

Dickens and Twain, Presented by the University [of] California
    Dickens Project, August 9-12, 1984, the University of
    California at Santa Cruz, and at Berkeley.  UCSC  Spec Coll

Dickens, Charles. Christmas books; with sixty-five illustrations
    by Landseer Maclise [et al.]; intro. by Eleanor Farjeon.
    Oxford;  New York: Oxford UP, 1987, c1954.

Dickens, Charles. A December vision: his social journalism; eds..
    Neil Philip and Victor Neuburg.  London: Collins, 1986.
 Dickens, Charles. Dickens' working notes for his novels. Ed. with
    intro. and notes by Harry Stone.  Chicago: UP of Chicago,
    1987.

Dickens, Charles.  The hidden Charles Dickens. Ed. Stefan R.
    Dziemianowicz; illustrations by George Cruikshank and others.
    New York: Greenwich House,  distributed by Crown Publishers,
    1984.

Dickens, Charles.  The letters of Charles Dickens.  Eds. Madeline
    House & Graham Storey; assoc. eds., W.J. Carlton ... [et
    al.].  Vols. 1-7. Pilgrim ed.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1965-

Dickens, Charles. Selected letters of Charles Dickens. Ed.,
    arranged by David Paroissien.  Boston: Twayne; London: Mac-
    millan, 1985.

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. The speeches of Charles Dickens: a
    complete edition. Ed. K.J. Fielding.  Hemel Hempstead, Hert-
    fordshire: Harvester, Wheatsheaf; Atlantic Highlands, N.J.:
    Humanities P International, 1988.

Dickens, Shakespeare and the theatre. Presented by the U of
    California Dickens Project, August 7-10, 1986, the U of
    California at Santa Cruz.  Santa Cruz: 1986.

Doernenburg, Emil, William Raabes und Wilhelm Fehse. Raabe und
    Dickens; ein Beitrag zur Erkenntnis der geistigen Gestalt.
    Magdeburg, Creutz: 1921.

Dorsey, Nancy Emily. Dickens, the psychoaesthetics of drama as
    metaphor  DISSERTATION.  1984.  UCR.

Duncan, Ian. Modern romance and transformations of the novel: the
    Gothic, Scott, Dickens. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge UP,
    1992.

Dunn, Richard J., ed.  Approaches to teaching Dickens' David Cop-
    perfield.  New York: Modern Language Association of America,
    1984.

Eigner, Edwin M. The Dickens pantomime.  Berkeley: U of
    California P, 1989.

Ericsson, Catarina.  A child is a child, you know: the inversion
    of father and daughter in Dickens's novels. DISSERTATION.
    Stockholm, Sweden: Almquist & Wiksell International, c1986.
    Series title:  Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis. Stockholm
    studies in English 66.

Fisher, Leona Mae Weaver, ed. Lemon, Dickens, and Mr.
    Nightingale's diary: a Victorian farce.  [Victoria, B.C.]:
    English Literary Studies, U of Victoria, 1988. Series title:
    ELS monograph series ; no. 41.

Fletcher, LuAnn McCracken. Gendered fictions, fictional
    identities: self-narration in Dickens and Charlotte Bronte.
    DISSERTATION. 1991.  UCLA.

Flint, Kate. Dickens.  Brighton, Sussex: Harvester; Atlantic
    Highlands, NJ: Humanities P International, 1986.

Foltinek, Herbert. Charles Dickens und der Zwang des Systems:
    Gestaltbildung und Geschlossenheit in den Romanen der Reife.
    Wien: Verlag der Osterreichischen Akademie der Wissens-
    chaften, 1987. Series title:  Sitzungsberichte / Oster-     reichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-
    Historische Klasse ; 496. Bd.

Foor, Sheila M.  Dickens' rhetoric.  New York: P. Lang, c1993.

Frank, Lawrence,  Charles Dickens and the romantic self. Lincoln:
    U of Nebraska P, c1984.

Ganz, Margaret. Humor, irony, and the realm of madness:
    psychological studies in Dickens,  Butler, and others. New
    York: AMS, c1990.

Gardner, Joseph. Dickens in America: Twain, Howells, James, and
    Norris. New York: Garland Pub., 1988.

Gibson, Colin, ed. Art and Society in the Victorian novel: Essays
    on Dickens and His Contemporaries. Basingstoke: Macmillan,
    1989; New York: St. Martin's, 1989.

Glancy, Ruth F., Dickens's Christmas books, Christmas stories,
    and other short fiction: an annotated bibliography.  New
    York: Garland Pub., 1985.

Glancy, Ruth F. A tale of two cities: Dickens's revolutionary
    novel.  Boston: Twayne Publishers, c1991.

Goetsch, Paul. Dickens: eine Einfuhrung.  Munchen: Artemis,
    c1986.

Golden, Morris.  Dickens imagining himself: six novel encounters
    with a changing world.  Lanham, Md.: UP of America, c1992.

Golding, Robert. Idiolects in Dickens: the major techniques and
    chronological development. New York: St. Martin's;  Hound-
    mills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan, 1985.

Goodman, Marcia Renee. Mothering and authorship: Little Women,
    Dickens, and the art of projection. DISSERTATION. 1987.
    Northern Research Library Facility, U. of Calif. C 2 926 288

Grant, Allan.  A preface to Dickens.  London ; New York: Longman,
    c1984.

Guiliano, Edward and Philip Collins (eds.),  The annotated Dick-
    ens.  New York: C.N. Potter, Distributed by Crown Publishers,
    c1986.

Hager, Kelly Jeanne. Plotting marriage: Dickens, divorce and
    failed-marriage plot. DISSERTATION. 1992.  UC Irvine.

Hansbury, Tricia. A journey with "Great expectations": Charles
    Dickens meets the ninth  grade: a teacher researcher discov-
    ers life in another classroom.  Albany, N.Y.: Center for the
    Learning and Teaching of  Literature, U at Albany, State U of
    New York;  [Washington, DC]: U.S. Dept. of Education, Office
    of Educational Research and Improvement, Educational
    Resources Information Center, [1989].

Hardwick, Michael and Mollie (compilers) The Charles Dickens
    Encyclopoedia.  Secaucus, N.J.: Carol Pub. Group, 1993,
    c1973.

Hardy, Barbara Nathan. The moral art of Dickens: essays.  London;
    Dover, NH: Athlone P, 1985, re-issue, c1970.

Harris, Kevin. The Dickens House classification (prepared for the     library of the Dickens House, London). [London]: Polytechnic
    of North London, 1986.

Heineman, Helen. Three Victorians in the New World: interpreta-
    tions of the New World in the works of Frances Trollope,
    Charles Dickens, and Anthony Trollope. New York: P. Lang,
    c1992.

Herst, Beth F. The Dickens hero: selfhood and alienation in the
    Dickens world.  London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1990.

Holbrook, David.  Charles Dickens and the image of woman.  New
    York: New York UP, c1993.

Hollington, Michael. Dickens and the grotesque.  London: Croom
    Helm; Totowa, N.J.: Barnes & Noble, 1984.

Hooper, Linda Matlie.  A little book about A Christmas carol by
    Charles Dickens: on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of
    its first publication   [Santa Cruz, Calif.]  Dickens Pro-
    ject, U of California [Santa Cruz], c1993.

Houston, Gail T.,  Anorexic Dickens: Gender, hunger and the con-
    sumer world of the novels. DISSERTATION, UCLA. 1990.

Ingham, Patricia. Dickens, women and language . Toronto: U of
     Toronto P, 1992.  New York: Harvester, Wheatsheaf, 1992.

Jackson, T. A. (Thomas Alfred),  Charles Dickens: the progress of
    a radical, New York: International Publishers, c1987.
    (Original edition 1938)

Jaffe, Audrey. Vanishing points: Dickens, narrative, and the sub-
    ject of omniscience.  Berkeley: U of California P, c1991.

Johnson, Edgar. Charles Dickens, his tragedy and triumph.  Rev.
    and abridged.  New York: Penguin, 1986. Series title:

Kaplan, Fred,  Dickens: a biography.  New York: Morrow, c1988.

Kaplan, Fred, Michael Goldberg & K.J. Fielding.  Lectures on Car-
    lyle & his era; with a catalogue of art works & photographs
    together with the third supplement to the Carlyle holdings in
    the Norman & Charlotte...  Santa Cruz: University Library, U
    of California, 1985.  Series title:  Norman and Charlotte
    Strouse lectures on Carlyle & his era

Kelly, John.  Charles Dickens in the literary criticism of F.R.
    Leavis  Rovita (CS): Marra editore, 1989.

Kelly, John. F.R. Leavis and Charles Dickens: two essays on HARD
    TIMES.  Rovito: Marra, 1989.

Kosky, Jules. Mutual friends: Charles Dickens and Great Ormond
    Street Children's Hospital. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson;
    New York: St. Martin's, 1989.

Kucich, John.  Repression in Victorian fiction: Charlotte Bronte,
    George Eliot, and Charles Dickens.  Berkeley: U of California
    P,  c1987.

Larson, Janet L.  Dickens and the broken Scripture.  Athens: U of
    Georgia P, c1985.

Lettis, Richard. The Dickens aesthetic.  New York: AMS, c1989.
 Lettis, Richard. Dickens on literature: a continuing study of his
    aesthetic.  New York: AMS, c1990.

Loomis, Richard Stillman, cataloguer. First American editions of
    Charles Dickens: the Allan D. McGuire Collection..  Yarmouth,
    Me.: Sumner & Stillman, 1991.

Lucas, John. Charles Dickens, The major novels.  London ; New
    York: Penguin Books, 1992.

Lynch, Tony.  Dickens's England: a travellers' companion. London:
     Batsford; New York: Facts on File, c1986

Magnet, Myron. Dickens and the social order.  Philadelphia: U
     of Pennsylvania P, 1985.

Mayhew, Henry. The illustrated Mayhew's London: the classic
    account of London street life and characters in the time of
    Charles Dickens and Queen Victoria, ed. John Canning; intro-
    duced by Asa Briggs.  London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, c1986.

McInnes, Edward. "Eine untergeordnete Meisterschaft?": the criti-
    cal reception of Dickens in Germany, 1837-1870.  Frankfurt am
    Main ; New York: P. Lang, c1991. Series title:  Studien zur
    deutschen Literatur des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts Bd. 15.

MacKay, Carol Hanbery, ed. Dramatic Dickens.  New York: St.
    Martin's, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1989.

McKnight, Natalie. Idiots, madmen, and other prisoners in Dick-
    ens.  New York: St. Martin's, 1993.

McMaster, Juliet. Dickens the designer.  London: Macmillan;
    Totowa, N.J.: Barnes & Noble Books, 1987.

Meckier, Jerome. Hidden rivalries in Victorian fiction: Dickens,
    realism, and revaluation.  Lexington, Ky.: UP of Kentucky,
    1987.

Meckier, Jerome. Innocent abroad: Charles Dickens's American
    engagements.  Lexington, Ky.: UP of Kentucky, c1990.

Meichner, Fritz, Genius des Herzens: ein Charles Dickens-Roman.
    [Braunschweig] Vieweg-Verlag [1948].

Moncrieff, Scott Eugene. Dickens and the reformulated family.
    DISSERTATION. 1988. UC Riverside.

Morgan, Nicholas H. Secret journeys: theory and practice in read-
    ing Dickens.  Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson UP; London:
     Associated University Presses, c1992.

Morris, Pam. Dickens's class consciousness: a marginal view.
    Basingstoke: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's, 1991.

Moss, Sidney Phil and Carolyn J. Moss. Charles Dickens and his
    Chicago relatives: a documentary narrative .  Troy, N.Y.:
    Whitston, 1994.

Moss, Sidney Phil. Charles Dickens' quarrel with America.  Troy,
    N.Y.: Whitston Pub. Co., 1984.

Newcomb, Mildred. The imagined world of Charles Dickens.
    Columbus: Ohio State UP, c1989.

Newton, Ruth and Naomi Lebowitz. Dickens, Manzoni, Zola, and     James: the impossible romance.  Columbia: U of Missouri P,
    c1990.

Oppenlander, Ella Ann. Dickens' All the year round: descriptive
    index and contributor list.  Troy, N.Y.: Whitston Pub. Co.,
    1984.

Otten, Kurt.  Burke, Carlyle und die Franzosische Revolution: zur
    Vorgeschichte von  Dickens A tale of two cities.  Heidelberg:
    Winter, 1992. Series title:  Abhandlungen der Heidelberger
    Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse
    Jahrg. 1992, 2. Abhandlung.

Page, Norman. A Dickens chronology.  Houndmills, Basingstoke,
    Hampshire: Macmillan; Boston: G.K. Hall, 1988.

Page, Norman. A Dickens companion. London: Macmillan; New York:
    Schocken Books, 1984.

Palmer, William J., ed. The detective and Mr. Dickens: being an
    account of the Macbeth murders and the strange events sur-
    rounding them: a secret Victorian journal, attributed to
    Wilkie Collins. New York: St. Martin's, c1990.

Palmer, William J., ed. The highwayman and Mr. Dickens: an
    account of the strange events of the  Medusa murders: a
    secret Victorian journal, attributed to Wilkie Collins. New
    York: St. Martin's, c1992.

Patten, Robert L. Charles Dickens & his publishers. Santa Cruz:
     Dickens Project, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1991.
     (originally pub. Oxford: Clarendon, 1978)

Paulson, Linda Louise. A capital reaction: changing patterns of
    family in the city novels of Dickens and Balzac (DISSERTA-
    TION)  1984.  UCLA

Perera, Suvendrini. Reaches of empire: the English novel from
    Edgeworth to Dickens. New York: Columbia UP, c1991.

Phillips, Jeremy. Charles Dickens and the 'Poor Man's Tale of a
    Patent'. Oxford: ESC Publishing Ltd., 1984.

Pina, Alvaro. Dickens: A arte do romance.  Lisboa: Livros
    Horizonte, 1986.

Piontek, Raimund.  Positionen des Realismus: Dickens Bleak House,
    Thackerays Vanity fair und G. Eliots Middlemarch.  Frankfurt
    am Main; New York: P. Lang, c1989. Series title:  Europaische
    Hochschulschriften. Reihe XIV, Angelsachsische Sprache und
    Literatur ; Bd. 204.

Pool, Daniel. What Jane Austen ate and Charles Dickens knew: from
    fox hunting to whist: the facts of daily life in nineteenth-
    century England.  New York: Simon & Schuster, c1993.

Mengel, Ewald, ed.,  The Railway through Dickens's world: texts
    from Household words and All the year round.  Frankfurt am
    Main ; New York: P. Lang, c1989. Series title:  Britannia
    (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) ; vol. 1.

Raina, Badri. Dickens and the dialectic of growth.  Madison,
    Wis.: U of Wisconsin P, 1986.

Reinhold, Heinz. Charles Dickens und das Zeitalter des Natu-
    ralismus und der asthetischen Bewegung: eine geschmacksges-     chichtliche Untersuchung. Heidelberg: C. Winter, 1990.
    Series title:  Anglistische Forschungen ; Heft 201.

Rotkin, Charlotte. Deception in Dickens' Little Dorrit.  New
    York: P. Lang, c1989. Series title:  American university
    studies. Series IV, English language and literature ; vol.
    80.

Sadrin, Anny. L'etre et l'avoir dans les romans de Charles Dick-
    ens.  Lille: Atelier national de reproduction des theses,
    Universite de Lille III ; Paris: Diffusion, Didier erudition,
    1985.

Schlicke, Paul. Dickens and popular entertainment.  London ;
    Boston: Allen & Unwin, 1985.

Selby, Keith. How to study a Charles Dickens novel.  Houndmills,
     Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan Education, 1989. Series
    title:  How to study literature.

Shattock, Joanne, ed. Dickens and other Victorians: essays in
    honor of Philip Collins. New York: St. Martin's, 1988;
    Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1988.

Shaw on Dickens. Edited with introduction by Dan H. Laurence and
    Martin Quinn.  New York: F. Ungar, c1985.

Shefrin, Jill and Dana Tenny, preparers. Told to the children: an
    exhibition of juvenile abridgements including editions of
    Aesop's fables, King Arthur, Robin Hood, Chaucer,
    Shakespeare, Spenser, Fielding and Dickens.  [Toronto:
    Toronto Public Library, 1992].

Shelston, Alan, ed. Charles Dickens: Dombey and son, and Little
    Dorrit: a casebook.  Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1985.Shaw,
    Bernard.

Sorensen, Knud. Charles Dickens: linguistic innovator.  Aarhus:
    Arkona,1985. Series title:  Acta Jutlandica ; 61. Series
    title:  Acta Jutlandica. Humanities series ; 58.

Stokes, Edward, M.A.  Hawthorne's influence on Dickens and George
    Eliot.  St. Lucia; New York: U of Queensland P, 1985. Series
    title:  U of Queensland P scholars' library.

Storey, Graham. Charles Dickens, Bleak House.  Cambridge
    [Cambridgeshire]; New York: Cambridge UP, 1987.

Storey, Graham, et al (eds.), The Charles Dickens research col-
    lection: from the J.F. Dexter collection in the British
    Library and other major collections and holdings in the
    United Kingdom and the United States.  Cambridge, Eng.:
    Chadwyck-Healey, 1989.

Tokashiki, Sandra Ayako.  The doll in the doll's house: feminine
    subjectivity, domesticity, and domestication in Charles Dick-
    ens's Our mutual friend. DISSERTATION.  Tokashiki.  1991.

Tomalin, Claire. The invisible woman: the story of Nelly Ternan
    and Charles Dickens.  London: Viking, 1990.

Tres, Richard Philip. Character fictions in early Dickens. DIS-
    SERTATION. 1987. UCB

Trotter, David. Circulation: Defoe, Dickens, and the economies of
    the novel.  Basingstoke: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin's,     1988.

Trumble, Alfred. In jail with Charles Dickens.  New York: F.P.
    Harper, 1896. (In UC Berkeley main library)

The University of California Dickens Project presents Cinematic
    affinities, Dickens, fiction, & film: August 8-11, 1985,
    Kresge College, University of California, Santa Cruz.  (in
    Santa Cruz library, Spec Coll)

Watkins, Gwen. Dickens in search of himself: recurrent themes and
    characters in the work of Charles Dickens.  Houndmills,
    Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan; Totowa, N.J.: Barnes &
    Noble, 1986, c1987.

Watts, Alan S. The confessions of Charles Dickens: a very factual
    fiction. New York: Peter Lang, c1991.

Watts, Alan S. The life and times of Charles Dickens.  New York:
     Crescent Books, 1991.

Weinstein, Philip M.  The semantics of desire: changing models of
    identity from Dickens to  Joyce.  Princeton, N.J.: Princeton
    UP, c1984.

Welsh, Alexander. The city of Dickens.  Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard
    UP, 1986, c1971.

Welsh, Alexander. From copyright to Copperfield: the identity of
    Dickens.  Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP, 1987.

Zweig, Stefan. Trois maitres: Balzac, Dickens, Dostoievski.
    Traduit de l'allemand par Henri Bloch et Alzir Hella.  Paris:
    P. Belfond, c1988.