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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
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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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Charles Dickens ; edited by Nina Burgis
出版情報: Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1981  lxxvi, 781 p., [23] leaves of plates ; 23 cm
シリーズ名: The Clarendon Dickens
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Charles Dickens ; edited by Peter Fairclough ; with an introduction by Angus Wilson ; and George Cruickshank's original illustrations
出版情報: Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1966  489 p. ; 18 cm
シリーズ名: Penguin English library
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Introduction
Chronology
The Author's Preface to the Third Edition (1841)
Treats of the place where Oliver Twist was born, and of the circumstances attending his birth / Chapter 1:
Treats of Oliver Twist's growth, education, and board / Chapter 2:
Relates how Oliver Twist was very near getting a place, which would not have been a sinecure / Chapter 3:
Oliver, being offered another place, makes his first entry into public life / Chapter 4:
Oliver mingles with new associates. Going to a funeral for the first time, he forms an unfavourable notion of his master's business / Chapter 5:
Oliver, being goaded by the taunts of Noah, rouses into action, and rather astonishes him / Chapter 6:
Oliver continues refractory / Chapter 7:
Oliver walks to London. He encounters on the road a strange sort of young gentleman / Chapter 8:
Containing further particulars concerning the pleasant old gentleman, and his hopeful pupils / Chapter 9:
Oliver becomes better acquainted with the characters of his new associates; and purchases experience at a high price. Being a short, but very important chapter, in this history / Chapter 10:
Treats of Mr. Fang the Police Magistrate; and furnishes a slight specimen of his mode of administering justice / Chapter 11:
Chronology of Dickens's Life and Work / Chapter 12:
Historical Context of Oliver Twist
In which Oliver is taken better care of than he ever was before. And in which the narrative reverts to the merry old gentleman and his youthful friends
Oliver Twist
Notes Interpretive / Chapter 13:
Notes Critical
Some new acquaintances are introduced to the intelligent reader, connected with whom, various pleasant matters are related, appertaining to this history
Excerpts Questions for Discussion
Suggestions for the Interested Reader / Chapter 14:
Comprising further particulars of Oliver's stay at Mr. Brownlow's, with the remarkable prediction which one Mr. Grimwig uttered concerning him, when he went out on an errand
Showing how very fond of Oliver Twist, the merry old Jew and Miss Nancy were / Chapter 15:
Relates what became of Oliver Twist, after he had been claimed by Nancy / Chapter 16:
Oliver's destiny continuing unpropitious, brings a great man to London to injure his reputation / Chapter 17:
How Oliver passed his time in the improving society of his reputable friends / Chapter 18:
In which a notable plan is discussed and determined on / Chapter 19:
Wherein Oliver is delivered over to Mr. William Sikes / Chapter 20:
The Expedition / Chapter 21:
The Burglary / Chapter 22:
Which contains the substance of a pleasant conversation between Mr. Bumble and a lady; and shows that even a beadle may be susceptible on some points / Chapter 23:
Treats of a very poor subject. But is a short one, and may be found of importance in this history / Chapter 24:
Wherein this history reverts to Mr. Fagin and Company / Chapter 25:
In which a mysterious character appears upon the scene; and many things, inseparable from this history, are done and performed / Chapter 26:
Atones for the unpoliteness of a former chapter; which deserted a lady, most unceremoniously / Chapter 27:
Looks after Oliver, and proceeds with his adventures / Chapter 28:
Has an introductory account of the inmates of the house, to which Oliver resorted / Chapter 29:
Relates what Oliver's new visitors thought of him / Chapter 30:
Involves a critical position / Chapter 31:
Of the happy life Oliver began to lead with his kind friends / Chapter 32:
Wherein the happiness of Oliver and his friends, experiences a sudden check / Chapter 33:
Contains some introductory particulars relative to a young gentleman who now arrives upon the scene; and a new adventure which happened to Oliver / Chapter 34:
Containing the unsatisfactory result of Oliver's adventure; and a conversation of some importance between Harry Maylie and Rose / Chapter 35:
Is a very short one, and may appear of no great importance in its place, but it should be read notwithstanding, as a sequel to the last, and a key to one that will follow when its time arrives / Chapter 36:
In which the reader may perceive a contrast, not uncommon in matrimonial cases / Chapter 37:
Containing an account of what passed between Mr. and Mrs. Bumble, and Mr. Monks, at their nocturnal interview / Chapter 38:
Introduces some respectable characters with whom the reader is already acquainted, and shows how Monks and the Jew laid their worthy heads together / Chapter 39:
A strange interview, which is a sequel to the last chapter / Chapter 40:
Containing fresh discoveries, and showing that surprises, like misfortunes, seldom come alone / Chapter 41:
An old acquaintance of Oliver's, exhibiting decided marks of genius, becomes a public character in the metropolis / Chapter 42:
Wherein is shown how the Artful Dodger got into trouble / Chapter 43:
The time arrives for Nancy to redeem her pledge to Rose Maylie. She fails / Chapter 44:
Noah Claypole is employed by Fagin on a secret mission / Chapter 45:
The Appointment kept / Chapter 46:
Fatal Consequences / Chapter 47:
The Flight of Sikes / Chapter 48:
Monks and Mr. Brownlow at length meet. Their conversation, and the intelligence that interrupts it / Chapter 49:
The Pursuit and Escape / Chapter 50:
Affording an explanation of more mysteries than one, and comprehending a proposal of marriage with no word of settlement or pin-money / Chapter 51:
Fagin's last night alive / Chapter 52:
And Last / Chapter 53:
Introduction
Chronology
The Author's Preface to the Third Edition (1841)
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by Charles Dickens ; with twelve illustrations by Luke Fildes ; and two by Charles Collins ; and an introduction by S.C. Roberts
出版情報: London ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1956  xii, 278 p., [14] leaves of plates ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: The Oxford illustrated Dickens
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Charles Dickens ; [introduction by G. K. Chesterton]
出版情報: London : Dent , New York : Dutton, 1950  xvi, 618 p. ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: Everyman's library ; no. 76 . Fiction
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Acknowledgements
Introduction
Note on the Text
Note on the Illustrations
Select Bibliography
A Chronology of Charles Dickens
Map: London at the time of the Gordon Riots, 1780
Preface 1841
Preface 1849
Barnaby Rudge
The Gordon Riots / Appendix A:
Historical Sources and Contemporary Contexts / Appendix B:
Dickens and Scott / Appendix C:
Explanatory Notes
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Note on the Text
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by Charles Dickens ; [with an introduction by G.K. Chesterton]
出版情報: London : Dent , New York : Dutton, 1921  xii, 301 p. ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: Everyman's library ; no. 744 ; Fiction
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Charles Dickens ; introduction by G. K. Chesterton
出版情報: London : J. M. Dent & Sons , New York : E. P. Dutton, 1962  xiv, 461 p. ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: Everyman's library ; no. 234
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Charles Dickens ; introduction by G.K. Chesterton
出版情報: London : J.M. Dent , New York : E.P. Dutton, 1908  xviii, 430 p. ; 18 cm
シリーズ名: Everyman's library ; no. 290
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by Charles Dickens ; introduction by G.K. Chesterton
出版情報: London : J. M. Dent & Sons, 1969  x, 354 p. ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: Everyman's library ; no. 536
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Charles Dickens ; edited by Angus Easson, with an introduction by Malcolm Andrews and original illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablôt K. Browne (Phiz)
出版情報: Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1972  719 p. ; 18 cm
シリーズ名: Penguin English library
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A Dickens Chronology
Introduction
Further reading
A Note on the Text
The Old Curiosity Shop
Notes
A Dickens Chronology
Introduction
Further reading
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Charles Dickens ; edited by Arthur J. Cox ; with an introduction by Angus Wilson
出版情報: Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1974  [1], 314 p. ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: Penguin English library
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Extra Illustrations
Introduction
Note on the Text
A Chronology of Charles Dickens
Contents
List of Illustrations
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Manuscript List of Projected Names and Titles / Appendix A:
The Number Plans / Appendix B:
The Sapsea Fragment / Appendix C:
Explanatory Notes
Select Bibliography
Extra Illustrations
Introduction
Note on the Text
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Charles Dickens ; edited by Peter Fairclough ; with an introduction by Raymond Williams ; and original illustrations by Hablot K. Browne('Phiz')
出版情報: Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1970  [1], 992 p. ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: Penguin English library
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Charles Dickens ; edited with an introduction and notes by Deborah A. Thomas ; and four original illustrations by Hablôt K. Browne ('Phiz'), George Cattermole and George Cruikshank
出版情報: Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1976  431 p. ; 18 cm
シリーズ名: Penguin English library
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Charles Dickens ; introduction by G.K. Chesterton
出版情報: London : J.M. Dent, 1907  xxii, 842 p. ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: Everyman's library ; no. 238 ; Fiction
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Charles Dickens ; introduction by G.K. Chesterton
出版情報: London : Dent , New York : Dutton, 1907  xvi, 803 p. ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: Everyman's library ; no. 241
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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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Charles Dickens ; introduction by G.K. Chesterton
出版情報: London : Dent, 1971  xii, 500 p. ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: Everyman's library ; no. 414
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Charles Dickens ; edited with introductions and notes by Michael Slater
出版情報: Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1971  2 v ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: Penguin English library
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v. 1: A Christmas carol. The chimes
v. 2: The cricket on the hearth. The battle of life. The haunted man
v. 1: A Christmas carol. The chimes
v. 2: The cricket on the hearth. The battle of life. The haunted man
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Charles Dickens ; edited with an introduction by David Craig
出版情報: Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1969  328 p. ; 19 cm
シリーズ名: Penguin English library ; EL42
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Charles Dickens ; edited with an introduction by Robert L. Patten and original illustrations by Robert Seymour, Robert W. Buss, and Hablot K. Browne (Phiz')
出版情報: Harmondsworth, Eng. : Penguin Books, 1972  952 p. ; 18 cm
シリーズ名: Penguin English library
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Introduction
Note On The Text
A Chronology Of Charles Dickens
The Posthumous Papersor The Pickwick Club
Tomr Serjeant Talfourdm.P.Etc., Etc
Preface
The Pickwickians / Chapter I:
The First Day's Journey, and the First Evening's Adventures; with Their Consequences / Chapter II:
A New Acquaintance. the Stroller's Tale--A Disagreeable Interruption And an Unpleasant Rencontre / Chapter III:
A Field-Day and Bivouac--More New Friends; and An Invitation to the Country / Chapter IV:
Involving Another Journey, and an Antiquarian Discovery. Recording Mr. Pickwick's Determination to Be Present at an Election; And Containing a Manuscript of the Old Clergyman's / Chapter XI:
Descriptive of a Very Important Proceeding on The Part of Mr. Pickwick; No Less an Epoch in His Life Than in This History / Chapter XII:
In Which is Given a Faithful Portraiture Of Two Distinguished Persons; and an Accurate Description of a Public Breakfast in Their House and Grounds / Chapter XV:
Too Full of Adventure to Be Briefly Described / Chapter XVI:
Showing How Dodson and Fogg Were Men Of Business, and Their Clerks Men of Pleasure And How an Affecting Interview Took Place Between Mr. Weller and His Long-Lost Parent Showing Also, What Choice Spirits Assembled At the Magpie and Stump, and What a Capital Chapter the Next One Will Be / Chapter XX:
In Which the Old Man Launches Forth into His Favourite Theme, and Relates a Story About AQueer Client / Chapter XXI:
In Which Mr. Samuel Weller Begins to Devote His Energies to the Return Match Between Himself And Mr. Trotter / Chapter XXIII:
Which is All About the Law, and Sundry Great Authorities Learned Therein / Chapter XXXI:
Describes, Far More Fully Than the Court Newsman Ever Did, a Bachelor's Party, Given by Mr. Bob Sawyer at His Lodgings in the Borough / Chapter XXXII:
Mr. Weller the Elder Delivers Some Critical Sentiments Respecting Literary Composition; And Assisted by His Son Samuel, Pays a Small Instalment Of Retaliation to the Account of the Reverend Gentleman with the Red Nose / Chapter XXXIII:
Honourably Accounts for Mr. Weller's Absence, by Describing a Soiree to Which He Was Invited and Went.--Also Relates How He Was Entrusted by Mr. Pickwick with a Private Mission of Delicacy and Importance / Chapter XXXVII:
How Mr. Winkle, When He Stepped Out of The Frying-Pan, Walked Gently and Comfortably Into The Fire / Chapter XXXVIII:
Illustrative, like the Preceding One, of The Old Proverb, That Adversity Brings a Man Acquainted with Strange Bed-Fellows. Likewise Containing Mr. Pickwick's Extraordinary And Startling Announcement to Mr. Samuel Weller / Chapter XLII:
Showing How Mr. Samuel Weller Got Into Difficulties / Chapter XLIII:
Is Chiefly Devoted to Matters of Business, And The Temporal Advantage of Dodson And Fogg / Chapter XLVII:
Relates How Mr. Pickwick, with the Assistance Of Samuel Weller, Essayed to Soften the Heart Of Mr. Benjamin Allen, and to Mollify The Wrath of Mr. Robert Sawyer / Chapter XLVIII:
In Which Mr. Pickwick Encounters an Old Acquaintance, to Which Fortunate Circumstance the Reader is Mainly Indebted for Matter of Thrilling Interest Herein Set Down, Concerning Two Great Public Men of Might And Power / Chapter LI:
Involving a Serious Change in the Weller Family And the Untimely Downfall of the Red-Nosed Mr Stiggins / Chapter LII:
Mr. Solomon Pell, Assisted by a Select Committee Of Coachmen, Arranges the Affairs of the Elder Mr Weller / Chapter LV:
An Important Conference Takes Place Between Mr Pickwick and Samuel Weller, at Which His Parent Assists.--An Old Gentleman in a Snuff-Coloured Suit Arrives Unexpectedly / Chapter LVI:
In Which the Pickwick Club is Finally Dissolved And Everything Concluded to the Satisfaction Of Everybody / Chapter LVII:
Dickens's Address From Publishers' Advertisement, 26 March 1836 / Appendix A:
Preface to the Charles Dickens Edition, 1867 / Appendix B:
Explanatory Notes
Introduction
Note On The Text
A Chronology Of Charles Dickens
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図書
Charles Dickens ; edited by Trevor Blount ; with 23 of the original illustrations by Hablôt K. Browne
出版情報: Harmondsworth : Penguin, 1966  956 p. ; 18 cm
シリーズ名: Penguin English library
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