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Dickens, Money and Society. Blount, Trevor. Dickens: The Early Novels. 1969. BCB 1969. S. Geor~e Meredith and English Comedy. Clark Lectures Cambridge 1969; pbd 1970; pp 17-20. Fluchere, Henri, Sylvere Monad eo. Dickens Centenary no Europe Dec 69. Paris. Incl items on Dickens in French films and TV and reports on Dickens in Italy, Hungary and Bulgaria. See further below under 1970, under "Dickens in France", "Dickens in Italy", "Dickens in Germany" and "Dickens in Russia", studies of Dickens pbd Helsinki, Stockholm, Zurich, Copenhagen, Budapest, Tokyo etc above end below, and specialist works such as Delattre 1927, Gummer 1940 qqv.
Cf' Leavis 1948 below. Powys, John Cowper. Trio, 1938. The Pleasures of' Literature. :r•ord, Ford Madox. 'l'he March of' Literature. view of' Dickens qu Mizener 1972 qv. 1939. 1938. Ford's Orwell, George (~ric Blair). Charles Dickens. The tendency of his writings is ••• to excite our sympathy in behalf of the ap-grieved and suffering in all classes; and especially in those who are most removed from observation. •• the orphan pauper - the parish apprentice - the juvenile criminal. •• His humanity is plain, practical and manly. It is quite untainted with sentimentality". Victoria, ~ueen. Thackeray). Catherine. ~·raser's Mag Mey39-Mey40. Pill Sikes a kind of pity and admiration, and an absolute love for the society of the Dodger".
The tendency of his writings is ••• to excite our sympathy in behalf of the ap-grieved and suffering in all classes; and especially in those who are most removed from observation. •• the orphan pauper - the parish apprentice - the juvenile criminal. •• His humanity is plain, practical and manly. It is quite untainted with sentimentality". Victoria, ~ueen. Thackeray). Catherine. ~·raser's Mag Mey39-Mey40. Pill Sikes a kind of pity and admiration, and an absolute love for the society of the Dodger".