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By Winfred P. Lehmann

ISBN-10: 9004081763

ISBN-13: 9789004081765

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Dickens, for example, complained on his own account about ‘reading in … Teaspoons’6 when he was writing A Tale of Two Cities which was being serialized weekly in All the Year Round as opposed to appearing in the more substantial instalments of the monthly format. The ongoing discussion of the contents between issues and the onward circulation of the magazine were, however, significant features of the serial as a reciprocal marketing tool. Inside an issue, the context of the serial and its relationship with connective texts or other interfaces were themselves localized factors in the original experience of the novel.

4 vols. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2005. Dickens, Letters Dickens, Charles. The Letters of Charles Dickens, edited by Graham Storey, Kathleen Tillotson and Madeline House. 12 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1965–2002. DJO Dickens Journals Online. uk. DMVI A Database of Mid-Victorian Wood-Engraved Illustration. uk. Gaskell, Letters Gaskell, Elizabeth. V. Chapple and Arthur Pollard. 1966. Reprint, London: Mandolin, 1997. Gaskell, Further Letters Gaskell, Elizabeth. Further Letters of Mrs Gaskell, edited by John Chapple and Alan Sheldon.

1 Opening page of The Moonstone, All the Year Round, 4 January 1868, 73. 1 ‘A Black Sheep,’ Illustration opening Chapter 4 of Lovel the Widower, Cornhill Magazine 1 (1860): 385. E. Millais, ‘Lord Lufton and Lucy Robarts,’ Cornhill Magazine 1 (1860): facing page 449. E. Millais, Illustration for R. Monckton Milnes, ‘Unspoken Dialogue,’ Cornhill Magazine 1 (1860): facing page 194. E. Millais, ‘“Mark,’ she said, ‘the men are here,”’ Cornhill Magazine 3 (1861): facing page 342. E. ’ Cornhill Magazine 1 (1860): facing page 691.

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