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Nineteenth-Century Literature (2020) 75 (2): 159–183.
Published: 21 September 2020
...Kathleen Frederickson Kathleen Frederickson “Getting the Goods in Little Dorrit : Quarantine’s Queer Logistics” (pp. 159–183) Most queer readings of Charles Dickens’s Little Dorrit (1857) have focused on Miss Wade as a figure of proto-sexological pathology. Flipping critical attention to Tattycoram...
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Nineteenth-Century Literature (2020) 75 (2): 133–158.
Published: 21 September 2020
...Sukanya Banerjee Sukanya Banerjee, “Writing Bureaucracy, Bureaucratic Writing: Charles Dickens, Little Dorrit , and Mid-Victorian Liberalism” (pp. 133–158) In its famed representation of the Circumlocution Office, Charles Dickens’s Little Dorrit (1857) is widely recognized as satirizing bureaucracy...
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Nineteenth-Century Literature (2020) 75 (2): 207–238.
Published: 21 September 2020
...Daniel M. Stout Daniel M. Stout, “ Little , Maybe Less: Little Dorrit ’s Minimal Moralia” (pp. 207–238) Against our ordinary ways of reading the novel, this essay argues that Charles Dickens’s Little Dorrit (1857) represents a stark refusal of the logics of accountability that necessarily...
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Nineteenth-Century Literature (2020) 75 (2): 184–206.
Published: 21 September 2020
...Jason R. Rudy Jason R. Rudy, “Settled: Dorrit Down Under” (pp. 184–206) Although the conclusion to Charles Dickens’s Little Dorrit (1855–57) finds the protagonists Arthur Clennam and Amy Dorrit comfortably situated in London, the novel’s long and meandering narrative entertains alternate...
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Nineteenth-Century Literature (2011) 66 (3): 328–354.
Published: 01 December 2011
...George Yeats This essay argues that the literary atmosphere of Charles Dickens’s Little Dorrit (1855–57) reciprocates the condition of the mid-century London air, as Dickens understood it. Through exploring the novel’s connections with contemporary medical-political debates about air purity, I...