Childhood and Growing Up in British Fiction, 1719-1901
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Notes on Editions All page references are given in parentheses in my text. Those to Jane Austen's novels are to the one-volume Penguin Complete Novels (1983), except in the case of The Watsons, which is not printed in that volume. References here are to the Penguin Lady Susan/The WatsonsjSandition (1974) edition, ed. Margaret Drabble. For Dickens, the Brontes and George Eliot, Penguin Classics editions have been used, with the following exceptions: Dickens -Oxford lllustrated editions of The Uncommercial Traveller and Reprinted Pieces (1958) and Christmas Stories (1956), and (for manuscript reference only) the Clarendon edition of Oliver Twist, ed. Kathleen Tillotson (1966); Charlotte Bronte-the Dent edition of The Professor and Emma: A Fragment (paperback, 1985 ); Anne Bronte-the Dent edition of Agnes Grey (published in one volume with The Tenant ofWildfell Hall, 1958). However, please note that references to The Tenant of Wildfell Hall itself are to the more complete Penguin edition. In references to the Penguin edition of Charles Dickens: Seleded Short Fidion, the abbreviation SSF is used; in those to George Eliot's Scenes of Clerical Life, the abbreviation SCL is used. References to Vanity Fair are also to the Penguin Classics edition. The original publication dates of works covered by these notes are given in a chronology immediately after the last chap- ter. These are followed by bibliographical details of all other material referred to, given under the single heading, Works Cited. This page intentionally left blank
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