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Fellow Dickensians,

    Here is the bibliography for HARD TIMES as prepared for
participants in the 1994 Dickens Universe at UC Santa Cruz, John
Jordan, Director.

    As explained earlier, these bibliographies are by no means
exhaustive, the lists being intended for a varied group of stu-
dents and faculty about to engage in a week's intensive discus-
sion of the particular novel.   As you will have seen from our
earlier report on the conference, discussion ranged from tradi-
tional approaches to the latest modes of discourse, and I believe
that the list reflects this range.

    The present checklist is the fifth in the series.  Lists for
LITTLE DORRIT, PICKWICK PAPERS, NICHOLAS NICKLEBY, MYSTERY OF
EDWIN DROOD are in the files of DICKNS-L, along with other gen-
eral bibliographies that are available there.   Cheers!

Patrick McCarthy <humanitas.ucsb.edu>
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                     The Project Checklists


                           HARD TIMES
                     A Selected Bibliography
                   The Dickens Universe, 1994

                            Editions

Two editions are recommended:
Penguin, edited and with an introduction by David Craig
    (Harmondsworth, 1969)
Norton Critical Edition, edited and with an introduction by
    George Ford and Sylvere Monod (New York, 1966; 2nd edition,
    1990). Valuable for its textual notes, Dickens's working
    plans, background materials from Household Words, con-
    temporary materials on industrialism and education, and a
    selection of criticism.

                             Letters

Madeline House, Graham Storey, and Katherine Tillotson, et al.,
    eds. The Letters of Charles Dickens. Oxford: Clarendon Press,
    1965-.  Volume seven, the most recently published, includes
    the publication year of Hard Times.

                        Biographical Works

Ackroyd, Peter.  Dickens.  London: Sinclair-Stevenson, 1990.

Forster, John.  The Life of Charles Dickens.  Ed. A.J. Hoppe.
    London: Dent, 1966.

Johnson, Edgar.  Charles Dickens: His Tragedy and Triumph.  New
     York: Simon and Schuster, 1952.

Kaplan, Fred.  Dickens: A Biography.  New York: Morrow, 1988.

                    Background and Criticism

Armstrong, Nancy.  "Dickens Between Two Disciplines: A Problem
    for Theories of Reading."  Semiotica 38 (1982): 243-75.

Baird, John D.  "Divorce and Matrimonial Causes: An Aspect of
    Hard Times."  Victorian Studies 20 (1977): 401-12.
Bodenheimer, Rosemary.  "Politics and the Recovery of the Story:
    The Interrupted Stories of Hard Times."  The Politics of
    Story in Victorian Social Fiction.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1988.

Bornstein, George.  "Miscultivated Field and Corrupted Garden:
    Imagery in Hard Times."  Nineteenth-Century Fiction 26
    (1971): 158-70.

Patrick Brantlinger.  The Spirit of Reform: British Literature
    and Politics 1832-1867.  Cambridge, Mass: Harvard UP, 1977,
    passim.

Carr, Jean Ferguson.  "Writing as a Woman: Dickens, Hard Times,
    and Feminine Discourses."  Dickens Studies Annual 18 (1990):
    161-178.

Coles, Nicholas.  "The Politics of Hard Times: Dickens the
    Novelist versus Dickens the Reformer."  Dickens Studies
    Annual 15 (1986).

Collins, Phillip.  Dickens and Education.  London: Macmillan; New
    York: St. Martin's, 1963, passim.

Collins, Philip.  "Queen Mab's Chariot Among the Steam Engines:
    Dickens and `Fancy'."  English Studies 42 (1961): 78-90.

Eigner, Edwin M.  The Metaphysical Novel in England and America.
    Berkeley: U of California P, 1978, passim.

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

Fielding, K.J.  "Hard Times and the Factory Controversy."
    Nineteenth-Century Fiction 24 (1970).

Gallagher, Catherine.  The Industrial Reformation of English Fic-
    tion 1832-1867.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1985, passim.

Garis, Robert D.  "Hard Times."  The Dickens Theatre.  Oxford:
    Clarendon, 1965.  144-63.

Gilmour, Robin.  "Dickens and the Self-Help Idea."  The Vic-
    torians and Social Protest: A Symposium.  Ed. John Butt and
    I. F. Clarke.  Newton Abbot, Devon: David and Charles; Ham-
    den, Conn.: Shoestring, 1973.  71-101.

Halevy, Elie.  The Growth of Philosophical Radicalism.  Trans.
    Mary Morris.  Boston: Beacon, 1955.

Hirsch, David M.  "Hard Times and F. R. Leavis."  Criticism 6
    (1964): 1-16.

Holloway, John.  "Hard Times: A History and a Criticism."   Dick-
    ens and the Twentieth Century.  Ed. John Gross and Gabriel
    Pearson.  London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1962.  159-74.

House, Humphrey.  The Dickens World.  London and New York: Oxford
    UP, 1941 (corrected 1942); 2nd edn., 1960.  203-11 and pas-
    sim.

Johnson, Patricia.  "Hard Times and the Structure of Industri-
    alism: the Novel as Factory."  Studies in the Novel, Summer
    1989: 129-134.

Kearns, Katherine.  "A Tropology of Realism in Hard Times."  ELH     59 (1992): 857-881.

Leavis, F. R.  "The Novel as Dramatic Poem (1): Hard Times."
    Scrutiny 14 (1947): 185-203.  Rpt. as chapter 5, "Hard Times:
    An Analytic Note."  In The Great Tradition.  London: Chatto &
    Windus, 1948; rpt. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1962.

Leavis, F. R. and Q. D. Leavis.  "Hard Times: The World of
    Bentham."  Dickens the Novelist.  London: Chatto & Windus;
    New York: Pantheon, 1970.  187-212.

Lodge, David.  "The Rhetoric of Hard Times."  The Language of
    Fiction.  London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1966.  145-63. Rpt.
    1979.  Rpt in Dickens: Hard Times, Great Expectations, and
    Our Mutual Friend: A Casebook.  Ed. Norman Page.  London:
    Macmillan, 1979.

Malone, Cynthia Northcutt.  "The Fixed Eye and the Rolling Eye:
    Surveillance and Discipline in Hard Times."  Studies in the
    Novel, Spring, 1989: 14-26.

Manning, Sylvia Bank.  Hard Times: an Annotated Bibliography.
    New York: Garland, 1984.

Marcus, Steven.  Engels, Manchester, and the Working Class.  New
    York: Random House, 1974.

Poovey, Mary.  "Figures of Arithmetic, Figures of Speech: The
    Discourse of Statistics in the 1830s."  Critical Inquiry 19
    (Winter 1993): 256-76.

Sadock, Geoffrey Johnson.  "Dickens and Dr. Leavis: A Critical
    Commentary on Hard Times."  Dickens Studies Annual (1972):
    208-16.

Sedgely, Anne.  "Hard Times: Facts or Fantasy?"  Critical Review
    6 (1973): 116-32.

Shaw, George Bernard.  "Introduction."  Waverley edition, 1912
    (36), v-xvi.  Rpt. Bernard Shaw's Nondramatic Literary
    Criticism.  Ed. Stanley Weintraub.  Lincoln Neb.: U of
    Nebraska P, 1972; also in The Dickens Critics.  Ed. George H.
    Ford and Lauriat Lane, Jr.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1961; West-
    port, Conn.: Greenwood, 1972; also in Dickens: Hard Times,
    Great Expectations, and Our Mutual Friend: A Casebook.  Ed.
    Norman Page.  London: Macmillan, 1979.

Slater, Michael.  Dickens and Women.  Stanford: Stanford UP,
    1983, passim.

Sonstroem, David.  "Fettered Fancy in Hard Times."  PMLA 84
    (1969): 520-29.

Spector, Steven.  "Monsters of Metonymy: Hard Times and Knowing
    the Working Class."  ELH: 1984: 365-84.

Sussman, Herbert L.  "The Industrial Novel and the Machine:
    Charles Dickens."  Victorians and the Machine: The Literary
    Response to Technology.  Cambridge Mass.: Harvard UP, 1968.
    41-75 and passim.

Webb, Igor.  From Custom to Capital: The English Novel and the
    Industrial Revolution.  Ithaca and London: Cornell UP, 1981.
    41-75 and passim.

Williams, Raymond.  "Dickens and Social Ideas." Dickens 1970.    Ed. Michael Slater.  London: Chapman and Hall; New York:
    Stein and Day 1970.  77-97.  Rpt. in Sociology of Literature
    and Drama: Selected Readings.  Ed. Elizabeth and Tom Burns.
    Harmondsworth and Baltimore: Penguin, 1973.

[This list compiled by John Jordan and Hilary Schor with some
    modifications and additions by Patrick McCarthy]