[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Walter Dexter, ed., The Letters of Charles Dickens, I, 782
Dexter
782
I
The Letters of Charles Dickens
John Forster, August 30, 1846.
2
John Butt and Kathleen Tillotson, Dickens at Work (London, 1957), p. 22.
Butt
22
Dickens at Work
1957
3
The Life of Charles Dickens (London, n.d.), p. 558.
558
The Life of Charles Dickens
4
The Imagination of Charles Dickens (Boston, 1961), p. 16.
16
The Imagination of Charles Dickens
1961
5
The Humour of Dickens (London, 1952), p. vi.
vi
The Humour of Dickens
1952
6
"Dickens: The Two Scrooges," The Wound and the Bow (Cambridge, Massa- chusetts, 1941), p. 13.
Dickens: The Two Scrooges
13
The Wound and the Bow
1941
7
Victorian Novelists: Essays in Revaluation (Chicago, 1958), p. 41.
41
Victorian Novelists: Essays in Revaluation
1958
8
Appreciations and Criticisms of the Works of Charles Dickens (London, 1911), p. 203.
203
Appreciations and Criticisms of the Works of Charles Dickens
1911
9
The Life of Charles Dickens, p. 428.
10
K. J. Fielding (Charles Dickens: A Critical Introduction [London, 1958], p. 115)
Fielding
115
Charles Dickens: A Critical Introduction
1958
11
The Imagination of Charles Dickens, p. 114.
12
Nonesuch Letters, III, 393
393
III
Nonesuch Letters
Percy Fitzgerald, July 27, 1864.
13
Butt and Tillotson, Dickens at Work, p. 144.
15
"Great Expectations," in The English Novel: Form and Function (New York, 1953), p. 127.
Great Expectations
127
The English Novel: Form and Function
1953
16
The English Novel, pp. 126-127.
17
Humphry House, All in Due Time (London, 1955), p. 187.
House
187
All in Due Time
1955
19
Cockshut, The Imagination of Charles Dickens, p. 17.
20
"Laughter," in Comedy (Garden City, New York, 1956), pp. 59- 190.
Laughter
59
Comedy
1956
21
Comedy, p. 150.
22
"a degree of egoism and, behind this . . . something less spontaneous and more bitter . . ." (p. 189).
23
"An Essay on Comedy," in Comedy, pp. 3-57.
24
E. K. Brown, "David Copperfield," YR, XXXVII (1948), 660
Brown
660
XXXVII
YR
1948
25
"A Note on Dickens's Humor," From Jane Austen to Joseph Conrad, ed. Robert C. Rathburn and Martin Steinmann, Jr. (Minneapolis, 1958), p. 85.
Rathburn
A Note on Dickens's Humor
85
From Jane Austen to Joseph Conrad
1958
K. J. Fielding, A Critical Introduction, pp. 116-117
F. R. Leavis, The Great Tradition (New York, 1949), p. 246.
Leavis
246
The Great Tradition
1949
26
Earle Davis (The Flint and the Flame: The Artistry of Charles Dickens [Co- lumbia, Missouri, 1963], p. 43)
Davis
43
The Flint and the Flame: The Artistry of Charles Dickens
1963
27
Bergson says, "We laugh every time a person gives us the impression of being a thing" (p. 97).
28
Dickens and Kafka [Bloomington, 1963], p. 81
81
Dickens and Kafka
1963
30
Bergson says, "Absentmindedness, indeed, is not perhaps the actual fountain- head of the comic, but surely it is contiguous to a certain stream of facts and fancies which flows straight from the fountain-head. It is situated, so to say, on one of the great natural watersheds of laughter" (p. 68).
31
Robert Morse, "Our Mlutual Friend," PR, XVI (March, 1949), 287.
Morse
March
287
XVI
PR
1949
33
K. J. Fielding, A Critical Intro- duction, p. 117.
34
J. B. Priestley, The English Comic Characters (London, 1928 [first published, 1925]), p. 243
Priestley
243
The English Comic Characters
1928
Mr. Micawber is, with the exception of Falstaff, "the greatest comic figure in the whole range of English literature."
35
The Imagination of Charles Dickens, p. 114.
36
Jared Wenger, "Character-types of Scott, Balzac, Dickens, Zola," PMLA, LXII (March, 1947), 213-23210.2307/459201
213
Micawber "writes his own ticket" (p. 217)
38
From Jane Austen to Joseph Conrad, p. 89
39
The Wound and the Bow, p. 51
40
Leonard F. Manheim, "The Personal History of David Copperfield: A Study in Psychoanalytic Criticism," AI, IX (April, 1952), 24-25
Manheim
April
24
IX
AI
1952
41
Charles Dickens: The Last of the Great Men [New York, 1942], p. 107
107
Charles Dickens: The Last of the Great Men
1942
42
Dickens, Dali and Others (New York, 1946), p. 67.
67
Dickens, Dali and Others
1946
43
Representative English Novelists (New York, 1957), p. 149.
149
Representative English Novelists
1957
44
Douglas Bush (From Jane Austen to Joseph Conrad, p. 88)
45
Representative English Novelists, p. 150.
46
Aspects of the Novel (New York, 1927), p. 68.
68
Aspects of the Novel
1927
47
Bergson, p. 73.
48
my article, "The Darkness of David Copperfield," Dickens Studies, I, 65-75.
Kincaid
65
I
Dickens Studies
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