[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Dickens to Forster, October 1844, in John Forster, The Life of Charles Dickens, ed. A. J. Hoppe (London: J. M. Dent, 1966), 1:334
Dickens
334
1
The Life of Charles Dickens
1966
2
"Dickens (and Forster) at Work on The Chimes," Dickens Studies, 2 (1966), 106-40
106
2
Dickens Studies
1966
"Carlyle and Jerrold into Dickens: A Study of The Chimes," NCF, 24 (1970), 506-2610.2307/2932389
506
"Dickens's Tract for the Times," Dickens: 1970, ed Michael Slater (New York: Stein and Day; London: Chapman and Hall, 1970), pp. 99-123
Slater
Dickens's Tract for the Times
99
Dickens: 1970
1970
3
Dickens to Forster, 8 October 1844, and Dickens to Thomas Mitton, 5 November 1844
Forster 1:334
his The Letters of Charles Dickens (London: Chapman and Hall, 1882), 1:133
133
1
The Letters of Charles Dickens
1882
4
Forster, 1:335
K. J. Fielding concludes that the story "brings us closer to Dickens than anything else he wrote" (Charles Dickens: A Critical Introduction [Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1965], pp. 106-7)
Fielding
brings us closer to Dickens than anything else he wrote
106
Charles Dickens: A Critical Introduction
1965
5
Past and Present, ed. Richard D. Altick (1843; Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., Riverside ed., 1965), p. 14
Altick
14
Past and Present
1965
6
The Chimes, The Christmas Books (London: Educational Book Co., Testimonial ed., 1910), p. 84
84
The Chimes, The Christmas Books
1910
7
Allan C. Christensen, "A Dickensian Hero Retailored: The Carlylean Apprenticeship of Martin Chuzzlewit," Studies in the Novel, 3 (1971), 18-25
Christensen
18
3
Studies in the Novel
1971
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