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Fellow Dickensians!

        Here, in a somewhat modified form, is the bibliography
for _The Mystery of Edwin Drood_ that has been distributed to
participants in this summer's Dickens Universe meeting at UC
Santa Cruz.  It is, as previously explained, not exhaustive but
rather is meant to serve as a checklist for people about to study
the novel intensively.  The list has been checked and updated, but
there are surely errors as well as omissions.  John Jordan, who
supervised the making of the list, and I (who have checked it
out) would be glad to learn of any corrections and additions that
subscribers to DICKNS-L would like to point out.  We will pass
them along.  Meanwhile we hope you find it useful.  Cheers!

        Patrick McCarthy [[log in to unmask]

                   The Mystery of Edwin Drood
                     A Selected Bibliography

                            Editions


Three editions are noteworthy:
Clarendon (Oxford, 1982) edited by Margaret Cardwell;
World's Classics (Oxford, 1982) [based on the Clarendon]; and
Penguin (Harmondsworth, 1974) edited by Arthur J. Cox with an
    introduction by Angus Wilson.

                      Letters and Speeches

Madeline House, Graham Storey, Kathleen Tillotson, et al., eds.
     The Letters of Charles Dickens.  6 vols.  Oxford: Clarendon,
     1965- .

Edgar Johnson, ed.  Letters from Charles Dickens to Angela
        Burdett-Coutts.  London: Jonathan Cape, 1953.

K.J. Fielding, ed.  The Speeches of Charles Dickens.  Oxford:
    Clarendon, 1960.

                         Bibliographies

Fenstermaker, John J.  Charles Dickens, 1940-1975: An Analytical
    Subject Index to Periodical Criticism of the Novels and
    Christmas Books.  Boston: G.K. Hall, 1979.

Gold, Joseph.  The Stature of Dickens: A Century of Bibliography.
    Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1971.

Watson, George, ed.  New Cambridge Bibliography of English Liter-
   ature. 5 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1969.

See also the annual "Year's Work in Dickens Studies" essay in
    Dickens Studies Annual and "The Dickens Checklist" in Dickens
    Quarterly.

                       Biographical Works

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

Dolby, George Charles.  Dickens as I Knew Him.  London: T. Fisher
   Unwin, 1885.

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.

             The Mystery of Edwin Drood Bibliography

Altick, Richard D.  The Shows of London.  Cambridge, Mass.:
   Belknap Press of Harvard UP, 1978.

Arnold, Ralph.  The Whiston Matter: The Reverend Robert Whiston
   Versus the Dean and Chapter of Rochester.  London: Rupert
   Hart-Davis, 1961.

Aylmer, Felix.  The Drood Case.  London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1964.

---. "First aid for the Drood Audience."  The Dickensian 47
   (1951): 133-39.

Baker, Richard M.  The Drood Murder Case: Five Studies in Dick-
   ens's  "Edwin Drood."  Berkeley/ Los Angeles: University of
   California P, 1951.

Beer, John.  "Edwin Drood and the Mystery of Apartness."  Dickens
   Studies Annual 13 (1984): 143-91.

Berridge, Virginia.  "East End Opium Dens and Narcotic Use in
   Britain."  London Journal 4 (1978): 3-28.

---. "Opium Eating and the Working Class in the Nineteenth
   Century: the Public and Official Reaction."  British Journal
   of Addiction 73 (1978):  7-112.

---.  "Victorian Opium Eating: Responses to Opiate Use in
   Nineteenth- Century England."  Victorian Studies 21 (1978):
   437-81.

Berridge, Virginia, and Griffith Edwards.  Opium and the People.
   London: Allen Lane, 1981.

Bleiler, Everett F. "The Names in Drood."  Dickens Quarterly 1
   (September 1984): 88-93, and (December 1984): 137-42.

Butt, John, and Tillotson, Kathleen.  Dickens at Work. London:
   Methuen, 1957; revised edn. 1968.

C., D. "A Mystery of Edwin Drood." Notes and Queries 186 (March
   1944): 131-3, 184.

Caracciolo, Peter.  The Arabian Nights in English Literature (See
   Dickens in Wonderland 130-42).  New York: St. Martin's, 1990.

Carden, Percy T.  The Murder of Edwin Drood.  London: Cecil Pal-
   mer, 1920.

Cardwell, Margaret. "Edwin Drood: a Critical and Textual Study."
   Diss. Bedford College, U of London, 1969.

Chesterton, G. K.  Introduction to The Mystery of Edwin Drood.
   London: J. M.Dent, 1909.

---. "On Edwin Drood."  Generally Speaking.  London: Methuen,
   1928.

Collins, Philip.  Dickens and Crime.  London: Macmillan, 1965.

---. "Inspector Bucket Visits the Princess Puffer."  The Dick-
   ensian 60 (1964): 88-90.

Cox, Arthur J.  "The Drood Remains."  Dickens Studies 2 (1966),
   33-44.

---. "The Haggard Woman."  Mystery and Detection Annual (Beverly
   Hills, Calif.) 1972: 65-77.

---. "If I Hide My Watch--."  Dickens Studies 3 (1967): 22-37.

---. "The Morals of Edwin Drood."  The Dickensian 58 (1962): 32-
   42.

Dubberke, Ray.  Dickens, Drood and the Detectives.  New York:
   Vantage, 1992.

Duffield, Howard.  "John Jasper, Strangler."  Bookman (1930):
   581-88.

Dyson, A. E.  "Edwin Drood: "A Horrible Wonder Apart."  Critical
   Quarterly  1 (1969): 138-57. Rpt. The Inimitable Dickens.
   London: Macmillan, 1970.

Fielding, K. J.  "Edwin Drood and Governor Eyre."  Listener 25
   (December 1952): 1083-84.

Fisher, Benjamin Franklin.  "Sunshine and Shadow in the Mystery
   of Edwin Drood."  Mystery Fancier 11 (1989): 11-28.

Fleissner, Robert F.  "Sherlock Holmes Confronts Edwin Drood."
   Baker Street Journal 35 (December 1985): 199-205.

Flynn, Judith Prescott.  "`Fugitive and Cloistered Virtue':
   Innocence and Evil in Edwin Drood."  English Studies in Canada
   9 (1983): 312-25.

Ford, George H.  "Dickens's Notebook and Edwin Drood."
   Nineteenth-Century Fiction 6 (1952): 277-78.

Forsyte, Charles.  The Decoding of "Edwin Drood."  London: Gol-
   lancz; New York: Scribner, 1980.

---. "Children's Games in Edwin Drood."  Notes and Queries ns 34
   (March 1987): 43-46.

---.  "Dickens and Dick Datchery."  The Dickensian 87 (1991): 50-
   57.

---.  "Drood and the Bean-Stalk."  The Dickensian 80 (1984): 74-
   88.

---.  "An Ancient English Cathedral Town?"  Notes and Queries ns
   31 (March 1984): 66-69.

---.  "How Did Drood Die?"  The Dickensian 84 (1988): 80-95.

---.   The Sapsea Fragment: Fragment of What?  The Dickensian 82
   (1986): 12-26

Frank, Lawrence.  "The Intelligibility of Madness in Our Mutual
   Friend and The Mystery of Edwin Drood."  Dickens Studies
   Annual 5 (1976): 150-95.

---.  Charles Dickens and the Romantic Self.  Nebraska: U of
   Nebraska P, 1984.

Fruttero, Carlo, Lucentini Franco, and Charles Dickens.  The D.
   Case: The Truth about the Mystery of Edwin Drood.  Trans.
   Gregory Dowling.  New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1992.

Fusco, Richard.  "Entrapment, Flight and Death: A Recurring Motif
   in Dickens with Plot and Interpretive Consequences for Edwin
   Drood."  Arts and Sciences October 20 1991: 68-84.

Garner, Jim.  "The Mystery of Edwin Drood."  Harvard Magazine 85
   (1983): 44-48.

Hark, Ina Rae.  "Marriage in the Symbolic Framework of The
   Mystery of Edwin Drood."  Studies in the Novel 9 (1977): 154-
   68.
Harris, Edwin.  John Jasper's Gatehouse.  Rochester: MacKays,
   1931.

Hayter, Alethea.  Opium and the Romantic Imagination.  London:
   Faber & Faber, 1968.

Herbert, Christopher. "De Quincey and Dickens." Victorian Studies
   17 (1974): 247-63.

Hill, Nancy K.  A Reformer's Art: Dickens's Picturesque and
   Grotesque Imagery.  Athens: Ohio University P, 1981.

Hill, T. W.  "Notes on The Mystery of Edwin Drood."  The Dick-
   ensian 40 (1944): 198-204; 41 (1945): 30-37.

Hollington, Michael.  Dickens and the Grotesque.  Beckenham:
   Croom Helm, 1983.

Jackson, Henry.  About "Edwin Drood."  Cambridge UP, 1911.

Jacobson, Wendy S.  "A Commentary on Dickens's The Mystery of
   Edwin Drood." Diss. U of Birmingham, 1975.

---.  The Companion to "The Mystery of Edwin Drood."  London:
   Allen and Unwin, 1986.

---. "John Jasper and Thuggee."  Modern Language Review.  72
   (1977): 526-37.

Kaplan, Fred.  Dickens and Mesmerism: the Hidden Springs of Fic-
   tion.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1975.

---. "`The Mesmeric Mania': the early Victorians and Animal Mag-
   netism."  Journal of the History of Ideas 35 (1974): 691-702.

Lang, Andrew.  The Puzzle of Dickens's Last Plot.  London: Chap-
   man & Hall, 1905.

Levin, Harry. "The Uncles of Dickens."  The Worlds of Victorian
   Fiction.  Ed. Jerome Buckley.  Harvard English Studies 6. Cam-
   bridge, Mass./London: Harvard UP, 1975: 1-35.

Lonoff, Sue.  "Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins."  Nineteenth-
   Century Fiction 35 (1980): 150-70.

Loudon, J. C.  On the Laying-out, Planting and Managing of
   Cemeteries and on the Improvement of Churchyards.  London:
   1843. [new edition Redhill, Surrey: Ivelet Books, 1981]

Maynell, Alice.  "How Edwin Drood Was Illustrated."  Century Mag-
   azine 5 (1884), 522-28.

Miller, Anne.  "What Happened to Edwin Drood? The Clues are in
   Shakespeare's Macbeth." Armchair Detective.  Winter 1984.

Netto, Jeff.  "Still No Writ(h)ing Figure: Writing, Allegory, and
   the Object of Fantasy in the Mystery of Edwin Drood."  Dickens
   World 1992: 98-102.

Nicoll, W. Robertson.  The Problem of `Edwin Drood': A Study in
   the Methods of Dickens.  London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1912.

Oliver, John.  Dickens and Rochester.  Rochester: John Hallewell,
   1978.

O'Mealy, Joseph H.  "`Some Stray Sort of Ambition': John Jasper's
   Great Expectations."  Dickens Quarterly 2 (1985): 129-36.

Pope, Norris.  Dickens and Charity.  London: Macmillan, 1978.

Pythian-Adams.  "A Suggested Solution to the Mystery of Edwin
   Drood."  The Dickensian 30 (1934): 181-82.

Reece, Benny R.  The Mystery of Edwin Drood Solved.  New York:
   Vantage, 1989.

Robinson, Roselee.  "Dickens's Everlasting Green Gardens."
   English Studies 59 (1978): 409-24.

Robson, W. W.  "`The Mystery of Edwin Drood': the Solution?"  The
   Times Literary Supplement 11 Nov. 1983.

---.  "The Choir Master and the Single Buffer: An Essay on The
   Mystery of Edwin Drood."  Art and Society in The Victorian
   Novel.  Ed. Colin Gibson.  New York: St. Martin's, 1989: 43-
   62.

Rowland, Peter.  The Disappearance of Edwin Drood.  New York: St.
   Martins, 1991.

Sanders, Andrew.  Charles Dickens: Resurrectionist.  London: Mac-
   millan, 1982.

Saunders, Montagu.  "Dickens, Drood, and Datchery."  The Dick-
   ensian 15 (1919): 182-88.

---.  The Mystery in the Drood Family.  Cambridge: Cambridge UP,
   1914.

Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky.  Between Men: English Literature and Male
   Homosocial Desire. New York: Columbia UP, 1985.

Schaumburger, Nancy.  "The `Gritty Stages' of Life: Psychological
   Time in the Mystery of Edwin Drood." The Dickensian 86 (1990):
   158-163.

Shatto, Susan. "A Complete Course, According to Question and Ans-
   wer."  The Dickensian 70 (1974): 113-20.

---. "Dickens's Edwin Drood and Southey's `Jasper.'" Notes and
   Queries n.s. 32 (September 1985): 359-360.

Thacker, John.  Edwin Drood: Antichrist in the Cathedral.
   London: Vision; New York: St. Martin's, 1990.

Thomas, Marilyn.  "Edwin Drood: A Bone Yard Awaiting Resurrec-
   tion."   Dickens Quarterly 2 (1985): 12-17.

Thomas, Ronald.  Dreams of Authority: Freud and the Fictions of
   the Unconscious.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1990.

Wales, Kathleen. "Dickens and Interior Monologue: The Opening of
   Edwin Drood Reconsidered."  Language and Style 17 (1984): 234-
   250.

Walters, J. Cuming.  Clues to Dickens's `Mystery of Edwin Drood'.
   London/Manchester: John Heywood, 1905.

---.  The Complete `Mystery of Edwin Drood'. London: Chapman &
   Hall,  1912.

Wilson, Angus.  "Introduction."  The Mystery of Edwin Drood
   Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974: 11-28.

Wilson, Edmund. "Dickens: The Two Scrooges."  The Wound and the
   Bow.  New York: Oxford UP, 1941.