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ディケンズ著 ; 池央耿訳
出版情報: 東京 : 光文社, 2006.11  192p ; 16cm
シリーズ名: 光文社古典新訳文庫 ; [KAテ1-1]
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ディケンズ [著] ; 中野好夫訳
出版情報: 東京 : 新潮社, 2006.9  4冊 ; 16cm
シリーズ名: 新潮文庫 ; テ-3-6-テ-3-9
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チャールズ・ディケンズ著 ; 藤岡啓介訳
出版情報: 東京 : 未知谷, 2013.7  786p ; 22cm
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我らが教区篇 : 世話役をはじめとする教区のお偉方
美男牧師補に大難が、老婦人には少難が ほか
情景篇 : ロンドン(朝
商い変われど、処変わらず : ほか
人物篇 : 人はさまざま、思いあり
クリスマス、お説教の半分でも守って ほか
短篇小説篇 : ボーディングハウス盛衰記
決断のとき—ポプラ並木通りでのディナー ほか
我らが教区篇 : 世話役をはじめとする教区のお偉方
美男牧師補に大難が、老婦人には少難が ほか
情景篇 : ロンドン(朝
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チャールズ・ディケンズ作 ; 市川又彦譯
出版情報: 東京 : 岩波書店, 1950.7-1952.12  6冊 ; 15cm
シリーズ名: 岩波文庫 ; 赤(32)-200〜205,4040-4042〜4055-4057,赤(32)-228-1-6
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C.ディケンズ著 ; 青木雄造, 小池滋訳
出版情報: 東京 : 筑摩書房, 1989  4冊 ; 15cm
シリーズ名: ちくま文庫 ; [て-2-1]-[て-2-4]
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by Charles Dickens ; with twenty-four illustrations by George Cruikshank ; and an introduction by Humphry House
出版情報: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1949  xxvi, 415 p., [24] leaves of plates ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: The Oxford illustrated Dickens
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Charles Dickens ; edited with an introduction by P.N. Furbank and original illustrations by Hablot K. Browne ('Phiz')
出版情報: Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1968  942 p. ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: Penguin classics
Penguin English library
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Introduction
Note on the Text
Preface
ntroductory, Concerning the Pedigree of The Chuzzlewit Family / Chapter II:
Wherein Certain Persons Are Presented to The Reader, with Whom He May, If He Please, Become Better Acquainted
In Which Certain Other Persons Are Introduced; On The Same Terms as in the Last Chapter / Chapter III:
Accompanies Mr. Pecksniff and His Charming Daughters to the City of London; and Relates What Fell Out, Upon Their Way Thither / Chapter VIII:
Town and Todgers's / Chapter IX:
Containing Strange Matter; on Which Many Events In This History, May, for Their Good or Evil Influence, Chiefly Depend / Chapter X:
Wherein a Certain Gentleman Becomes Particular In His Attentions to a Certain Lady; and More Coming Events Than One, Cast Their Shadows Before / Chapter XI:
Will Be Seen in the Long Run, If Not in the Short One, To Concern Mr. Pinch and Others, Nearly. Mr. Pecksniff Asserts the Dignity of Outraged Virtue; And Young Martin Chuzzlewit Forms a Desperate Resolution / Chapter XII:
Showing, What Became of Martin and His Desperate Resolve, After He Left Mr. Pecksniff's House; What Persons He Encountered; What Anxieties He Suffered And What News He Heard / Chapter XIII:
In Which Martin Bids Adieu to the Lady of His Love And Honors an Obscure Individual Whose Fortune He Intends to Make, by Commending Her to His Protection / Chapter XIV:
Does Business with the House of Anthony Chuzzlewit And Son, from Which One of the Partners Retires Unexpectedly / Chapter XVIII:
The Reader is Brought into Communication With Some Professional Persons, and Sheds a Tear Over The Filial Piety of Good Mr. Jonas / Chapter XIX:
More American Experiences. Martin Takes a Partner And Makes a Purchase. Some Account of Eden, as It Appeared on Paper. Also of the British Lion. Also Of The Kind of Sympathy Professed and Entertained, By The Watertoast Association of United Sympathizers / Chapter XXI:
From Which It Will Be Seen That Martin Became a Lion On His Own Account. Together with the Reason Why / Chapter XXII:
Is in Part Professional; and Furnishes the Reader With Some Valuable Hints in Relation to The Management of a Sick Chamber / Chapter XXV:
An Unexpected Meeting, and a Promising Prospect / Chapter XXVI:
Showing That Old Friends May Not Only Appear With New Faces, but in False Colours. That People Are Prone to Bite; and That Biters May Sometimes Be Bitten / Chapter XXVII:
In Which the Travellers Move Homeward, And Encounter Some Distinguished Characters Upon the Way / Chapter XXXIV:
Arriving in England, Martin Witnesses a Ceremony From Which He Derives the Cheering Information That He Has Not Been Forgotten in His Absence / Chapter XXXV:
Tom Pinch, Going Astray, Finds That He is Not The Only Person in That Predicament. He Retaliates Upon a Fallen Foe / Chapter XXXVII:
Secret Service / Chapter XXXVIII:
The Pinches Make a New Acquaintance, and Have Fresh Occasion for Surprise and Wonder / Chapter XL:
Mr. Jonas and His Friend, Arriving at a Pleasant Understanding, Set Forth Upon an Enterprise / Chapter XLI:
Continuation of the Enterprise of Mr. Jonas And His Friend / Chapter XLII:
Has an Influence on the Fortunes of Several People Mr. Pecksniff is Exhibited in the Plenitude of Power And Wields the Same with Fortitude and Magnanimity / Chapter XLIII:
Further Continuation of the Enterprise of Mr. Jonas And His Friend / Chapter XLIV:
n Which Tom Pinch and His Sister Take a Little Pleasure; but Quite in a Domestic Way, and with No Ceremony About It / Chapter XLVI:
In Which Miss Pecksniff Makes Love, Mr. Jonas Makes Wrath, Mrs. Gamp Makes Tea, and Mr. Chuffey Makes Business
Conclusion of the Enterprise of Mr. Jonas And His Friend / Chapter XLVII:
Bears Tidings of Martin, and of Mark, as Well As Of a Third Person Not Quite Unknown to the Reader Exhibits Filial Piety in an Ugly Aspect; and Casts ADoubtful Ray of Light Upon a Very Dark Place / Chapter XLVIII:
Bears Tidings of Martin, and of Mark, as Well As Of a Third Person Not Quite Unknown to the Reader Exhibits Filial Piety in an Ugly Aspect; and Casts A Doubtful Ray of Light Upon a Very Dark Place / Chapter Xlviii:
What John Westlock Said to Tom Pinch's Sister What Tom Pinch's Sister Said to John Westlock What Tom Pinch Said to Both of Them; and How They All Passed the Remainder of the Day / Chapter LIII:
Gives the Author Great Concern. for It is the Last In the Book / Chapter Liv:
Preface to the Cheap Edition (1850) / Appendix A:
Preface to the Charles Dickens Edition (1867)
Postscript Added in 18681
Preliminaries and Number Plans / Appendix B:
Explanatory Notes
Introduction
Note on the Text
Preface
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by Charles Dickens ; with seventy-six illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot K. Browne ('Phiz') ; and an introduction by Kathleen Tillotson
出版情報: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1954  xxv, 634 p., [76] leaves of plates ; ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: The Oxford illustrated Dickens ; 5
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by Charles Dickens ; with forty illustrations by 'Phiz' ; and an introduction by Sir Osbert Sitwell
出版情報: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1948  xxii, 880 p., [40] leaves of plates ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: The Oxford illustrated Dickens
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Charles Dickens ; edited by Margaret Cardwell
出版情報: Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1982  lxxvi, 864 p., [3] leaves of plates ; 23 cm
シリーズ名: The Clarendon Dickens
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Introduction
Note on the Text
Preface
ntroductory, Concerning the Pedigree of The Chuzzlewit Family / Chapter II:
Wherein Certain Persons Are Presented to The Reader, with Whom He May, If He Please, Become Better Acquainted
In Which Certain Other Persons Are Introduced; On The Same Terms as in the Last Chapter / Chapter III:
Accompanies Mr. Pecksniff and His Charming Daughters to the City of London; and Relates What Fell Out, Upon Their Way Thither / Chapter VIII:
Town and Todgers's / Chapter IX:
Containing Strange Matter; on Which Many Events In This History, May, for Their Good or Evil Influence, Chiefly Depend / Chapter X:
Wherein a Certain Gentleman Becomes Particular In His Attentions to a Certain Lady; and More Coming Events Than One, Cast Their Shadows Before / Chapter XI:
Will Be Seen in the Long Run, If Not in the Short One, To Concern Mr. Pinch and Others, Nearly. Mr. Pecksniff Asserts the Dignity of Outraged Virtue; And Young Martin Chuzzlewit Forms a Desperate Resolution / Chapter XII:
Showing, What Became of Martin and His Desperate Resolve, After He Left Mr. Pecksniff's House; What Persons He Encountered; What Anxieties He Suffered And What News He Heard / Chapter XIII:
In Which Martin Bids Adieu to the Lady of His Love And Honors an Obscure Individual Whose Fortune He Intends to Make, by Commending Her to His Protection / Chapter XIV:
Does Business with the House of Anthony Chuzzlewit And Son, from Which One of the Partners Retires Unexpectedly / Chapter XVIII:
The Reader is Brought into Communication With Some Professional Persons, and Sheds a Tear Over The Filial Piety of Good Mr. Jonas / Chapter XIX:
More American Experiences. Martin Takes a Partner And Makes a Purchase. Some Account of Eden, as It Appeared on Paper. Also of the British Lion. Also Of The Kind of Sympathy Professed and Entertained, By The Watertoast Association of United Sympathizers / Chapter XXI:
From Which It Will Be Seen That Martin Became a Lion On His Own Account. Together with the Reason Why / Chapter XXII:
Is in Part Professional; and Furnishes the Reader With Some Valuable Hints in Relation to The Management of a Sick Chamber / Chapter XXV:
An Unexpected Meeting, and a Promising Prospect / Chapter XXVI:
Showing That Old Friends May Not Only Appear With New Faces, but in False Colours. That People Are Prone to Bite; and That Biters May Sometimes Be Bitten / Chapter XXVII:
In Which the Travellers Move Homeward, And Encounter Some Distinguished Characters Upon the Way / Chapter XXXIV:
Arriving in England, Martin Witnesses a Ceremony From Which He Derives the Cheering Information That He Has Not Been Forgotten in His Absence / Chapter XXXV:
Tom Pinch, Going Astray, Finds That He is Not The Only Person in That Predicament. He Retaliates Upon a Fallen Foe / Chapter XXXVII:
Secret Service / Chapter XXXVIII:
The Pinches Make a New Acquaintance, and Have Fresh Occasion for Surprise and Wonder / Chapter XL:
Mr. Jonas and His Friend, Arriving at a Pleasant Understanding, Set Forth Upon an Enterprise / Chapter XLI:
Continuation of the Enterprise of Mr. Jonas And His Friend / Chapter XLII:
Has an Influence on the Fortunes of Several People Mr. Pecksniff is Exhibited in the Plenitude of Power And Wields the Same with Fortitude and Magnanimity / Chapter XLIII:
Further Continuation of the Enterprise of Mr. Jonas And His Friend / Chapter XLIV:
n Which Tom Pinch and His Sister Take a Little Pleasure; but Quite in a Domestic Way, and with No Ceremony About It / Chapter XLVI:
In Which Miss Pecksniff Makes Love, Mr. Jonas Makes Wrath, Mrs. Gamp Makes Tea, and Mr. Chuffey Makes Business
Conclusion of the Enterprise of Mr. Jonas And His Friend / Chapter XLVII:
Bears Tidings of Martin, and of Mark, as Well As Of a Third Person Not Quite Unknown to the Reader Exhibits Filial Piety in an Ugly Aspect; and Casts ADoubtful Ray of Light Upon a Very Dark Place / Chapter XLVIII:
Bears Tidings of Martin, and of Mark, as Well As Of a Third Person Not Quite Unknown to the Reader Exhibits Filial Piety in an Ugly Aspect; and Casts A Doubtful Ray of Light Upon a Very Dark Place / Chapter Xlviii:
What John Westlock Said to Tom Pinch's Sister What Tom Pinch's Sister Said to John Westlock What Tom Pinch Said to Both of Them; and How They All Passed the Remainder of the Day / Chapter LIII:
Gives the Author Great Concern. for It is the Last In the Book / Chapter Liv:
Preface to the Cheap Edition (1850) / Appendix A:
Preface to the Charles Dickens Edition (1867)
Postscript Added in 18681
Preliminaries and Number Plans / Appendix B:
Explanatory Notes
Introduction
Note on the Text
Preface
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