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2003 | V | 157-167
Article title

DICKENS AND RAGGED SCHOOLS: THE REFORMER VERSUS THE ARTIST

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Year
Volume
V
Pages
157-167
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Dates
published
2003-12-01
Contributors
  • Katedra Filologii Angielskiej, UWM w Olsztynie
References
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  • Stone, Harry (editor), Uncollected Writings from "Household Words" 1850-1859, Vol. II, London 1969, Penguin Press.
  • Storey Graham and Fielding K. J. (editors), The Letters of Charles Dickens, Volume 5 (1847-1849), Oxford 1981, Clarendon Press.
  • Storey Graham and Tillotson Kathleen (editors), The Letters of Charles Dickens, Volume 8 (1856-1857), Oxford 1995, Clarendon Press.
  • Storey Graham (editor), The Letters of Charles Dickens, Volume 11 (1865-1867), Oxford 1999, Clarendon Press.
  • Tillotson Kathleen (editor), Burgis Nina (associate editor), The Letters of Charles Dickens, Volume 4 (1844-1846), Oxford 1977, Clarendon Press.
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Publication order reference
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