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A selected bibliography on Philology can be found here 
 

Aldama, Frederick Luis. "Novel Possibilities: Fantastic and Real Fusions in Our Mutual Friend." Dickens Quarterly. Mar 2002. 3-16.

Allen, Michelle. Cleansing the City: Sanitary Geographies in Victorian London. Athens: Ohio UP, 2008.

Allen, Robert. "Perpetually Beginning Until the End of the Fair: The Paratextual Poetics of Serialised Novels."Neohelicon: Acta Comparationis Litterarum Universarum (Neohelicon). June 2010. 37 (1): 181-189.

Alter, Robert. "Reading Style in Dickens." Philosophy and Literature. 1996. (20/1) 130-137.

Barloon, James Patrick. "Changing Boundaries: Secrets in the Novels of Charles Dickens." Dissertation Abstracts International. 1996. (56/11/May) 4404A. U. of Kansas.

Baumgarten, Murray. "Seeing Double: Jews in the Fiction of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Charles Dickens, Anthony Trollope, and George Eliot." Between Race and Culture: Representations of "the Jew" in English and American Literature. Ed. Bryan Cheyette. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1996.

Baumgarten, Murray. "The Imperial Child: Bella, Our Mutual Friend, and the Victorian Picturesque." Dickens and the Children of Empire. New York: Palgrave, 2000. 54-66.

Baumgarten, Murray. "Boffin, Our Mutual Friend, and the Theatre of Fiction." Dickens Quarterly. Mar 2002. 17-22.

Baumgarten, Murray. "Urban Labyrinths: Dickens and the Pleasures of Place." Literature and Place 1800-2000. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2006. 69-85.

Beran, Zdeněk. "'Allied to the Bottom of the River': Stratification of the Urban Space in Charles Dickens's Our Mutual Friend." Litteraria Pragensia: Studies in Literature and Culture. 2010. 25-37.

Bodenheimer, Rosemarie. "Dickens and the Identical Man: Our Mutual Friend Doubled." Dickens Studies AnnualEssays on Victorian Fiction. 2002. 31: 159-74.

Bolton, Matthew J. "Manchild in The Waste Land: The Narrator of Eliot's 1921 Manuscript." The Waste Land at 90: A Retrospective. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2011. 35-49, 249-250.

Bradbury, Nicola. "Working and Being Worked in Our Mutual Friend." Australasian Victorian Studies Journal. 2005. 1-7.

Brattin, Joel J. "Constancy, Change, and the Dust Mounds of Our Mutual Friend." Dickens Quarterly. Mar 2002. 23-30.

Brattin, Joel J. "'I Will Not Have My Words Misconstrued': The Text of Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Quarterly. Sept 1998. 167-76.

Bown, Nicola. "What the Alligator Didn't Know: Natural Selection and Love in Our Mutual Friend.Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century. 2010.

Brennan, Joseph Anthony. "Carlyle, Dickens, and the Gospel of Work." Dissertation Abstracts International. 1996. (57/1/Jul) 228A. State U. of New York at Buffalo.

Budd, Dona. "When So, Not So: Voice and Gender in Dickens' Fiction." Dissertation Abstracts International. 1995. (55/Jan) 1963-A. U. of California, Berkeley.

Buckland, Adelene. "'Pictures in the Fire': The Dickensian Hearth and the Concept of History." Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net. Feb 2009. 53: 30.

Burns, Deborah Hughes. "Marriage and Money in Charles Dickens's Our Mutual Friend.Dissertation Abstracts International. 1994. (54/9/Mar) 3445A. U. of Rhode Island.

Busch, Frederick. "Suitors by Boz." Gettysburg Review. 1993. (6/4) 561-578.

Carlisle, Janice. "The Smell of Class: British Novels of the 1860s." Victorian Literature and Culture. 2001. 29 (1): 1-19.

Castillo, Larisa Tokmakoff. "Between 'the Cup and the Lip': Retroactive Constructions of Inheritance in Our Mutual Friend.Provocations to Reading: J. Hillis Miller and the Democracy to Come. New York: Fordham UP, 2005. 43-63.

Cayzer, Elizabeth. "Dickens and His Late Illustrators: A Change in Style: Two Unknown Artists." Dickensian.1991. (87/1) 13-16.

Cerny, Lothar. "'All My Work'? Wirkungsbedingungen der Mimesis in Our Mutual Friend.Anglia. 1990. (108/1-2) 75-95.

Černý, Lothar. "'Life in Death': Art in Dickens's Our Mutual FriendDickens Quarterly. Mar 2000. 17 (1): 22-36.

Cheadle, Brian. "The Late Novels: Great Expectations and Our Mutual Friend.The Cambridge Companion to Charles Dickens. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2001. 78-91.

Cheadle, Brian. "Work in Our Mutual Friend.Essays in Criticism: A Quarterly Journal of Literary Criticism. July 2001. 51 (3): 308-29.

Cheadle, Brian. "Improvising Character in Our Mutual Friend.Essays in Criticism: A Quarterly Journal of Literary Criticism. July, 2009. 59 (3): 211-233.

Cohen, Monica Feinberg. "Home Inc.: Professional Domesticity at Work in the Victorian Novel." Dissertation Abstracts International. 1994. (55/Dec) 1567-A. Columbia U.

Cohen-Steiner, Olivier. "Riah: Enquete sur un Juif Au-Dessus de Tout Soupcon." Etudes Anglaises. 1989. (42) 168-181.

Creaney, Conor. "Paralytic Animation: The Anthropomorphic Taxidermy of Walter Potter." Victorian Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Social, Political, and Cultural Studies. Autumn 2010. 53 (1): 7-35.

Cregan-Reid, Vybarr. "Bodies, Boundaries and Queer Waters: Drowning and Prosopopœia in Later Dickens." Critical Survey. 2005. 20-33.

Curry, Mary Jane Chilton. "Anaphoric and Cataphoric Reference in Dickens's Our Mutual Friend and James's The Golden Bowl.The Text and Beyond: Essays in Literary Linguistics. Ed. Cynthia Goldin Bernstein. Tuscaloosa: U. of Alabama Press, 1994.

Daleski, H.M. "Imagining Revolution: The Eye of History and of Fiction." Journal of Narrative Techinique.1988. (18) 61-72.

Demarcus, C. "Wolves Within and Without: Dickens's Transformation of Little Red Riding Hood in Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Quarterly. 1995. (12/1) 11-17.

Denny, Apryl Lea. "Women's Discourse and Social Change: A Psychosociological Study of Charles Dickens's Oliver Twist, Bleak House, Hard Times, Little Dorrit, and Our Mutual Friend.Dissertation Abstracts International. 1992. (53/6/Dec) 1922A. U. of Colorado, Boulder.

Dessner, Lawrence Jay. "A Possible Source for Dickens's Lammles." Dickensian. 1989. (85) 105-107.

Dickens, Charles. Our Mutual Friend. Ed. Michael Cotsell. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1989.

Dillon, Nancy Agnes. "Wondrous Secrets of Nature and Uncanny Ones: Macbeth as a Context for Sexual Identity in the Novels of Charles Dickens." Dissertation Abstracts International. 1996. (57/4/Oct) 1630A-1631A. Fordham U.

Dvorak, Wilfred P. "Dickens and Popular Culture: Silas Wegg's Ballads in Our Mutual Friend.Dickensian.1990. (86/3) 142-157.

Dyer, James Harold, Jr. "Charles Dickens and Victorian England: His Benevolent Response in Fiction to the First Modern Society." Dissertation Abstracts International. 1993. (53/8/Feb) 2823A-2824A. U. Of South Carolina.

Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. "Two Oblique Allusions in Our Mutual Friend." Notes and Queries. 1994. (41/3) 352-353.

Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. "'The Ring of Cant': Formulaic Elements in Our Mutual Friend." Dickens Studies Annual. 1996. (24) 167-184.

Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. "The 'Veiled-Prophet' in Our Mutual Friend.Dickensian. 1996. (92/4) 208-209.

Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. "Devils, Noses, Alfred Lammle, and Dunstan" in Explicator. Summer 2008. 240-242.

Farrell, John P. "The Partners' Tale: Dickens and Our Mutual Friend.ELH. Fall 1999. 66 (3): 759-99.

Ferguson, Frances. "Envy Rising." ELH. Winter 2002. 889-905.

Ferguson, Frances. "Envy Rising." Romantic Metropolis: The Urban Scene of British Culture, 1780-1840.Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2005. 291.

Finn, Margot. "Catherine Gallagher's The Body Economic: Analogies, Homologies and the Body Economic."Journal of Victorian Culture. 2007. Spring. 102-06.

Flood, Tracy Seeley. "Gnostic Romance: Dickens, Conrad, and the Advent of Modernism." Dissertation Abstracts International. 1989. (49/11/May) 3368A.

Fontana, Ernest. "Darwinian Sexual Selection and Dickens's Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Quarterly. Mar 2005. 36-42.

Free, Melissa. "Freaks That Matter: The Dolls' Dressmaker, the Doctor's Assistant, and the Limits of Difference." Victorian Freaks: The Social Context of Freakery in Britain. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 2008. 328.

Fulwiler, Howard W. "'A Dismal Swamp': Darwin, Design, and Evolution in Our Mutual Friend.Nineteenth-Century Literature. 1994. (49/1) 51-74.

Gallagher, Catherine. "The Bio-Economics of Our Mutual Friend.Fragments for a History of the Human Body. Volume 3. Ed. Michel Feher. New York: Zone, 1989.

Gallagher, Catherine. The Body Economic: Life, Death, and Sensation in Political Economy and the Victorian Novel. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2006.

Gagnier, Regenia. "Catherine Gallagher's The Body Economic: Life Choices." Journal of Victorian Culture. 2007. Spring. 106-11.

Garnett, Robert R. "Dickens, the Virgin, and the Dredger's Daughter." Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction. 1999. 45-64.

Gaughan, Richard T. "Prospecting for Meaning in Our Mutual Friend." Dickens Studies Annual. 1990. (19) 231-246.

Gilbert, Pamela K. "Medical Mapping: The Thames, the Body, and Our Mutual Friend." Filth: Dirt, Disgust and Modern Life. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota Press, 2005. 78-102.

Gindele, Karen C. "Desire and Deconstruction: Reclaiming Centers." Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction. 2000. 29: 269-301.

Ginsburg, Michal Peled. "The Case Against Plot in Bleak House and Our Mutual FriendEconomies of Change: Form and Transformation in the Nineteenth-Century Novel. Stanford: Stanford UP, 1996.

Gordon, Jan B. "Dickens and the Transformation of Nineteenth-Century Narratives of 'Legitimacy.'" Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction. 2002. 203-65.

Grant, David Abram. "'Emotional Prisons': Dickens and the Fallacies of Family Behavior." Dissertation Abstracts International. 1993. (53/10/Apr) 3536A. Ohio State U.

Green, Paul. "Two Venal Girls: A Study in Dickens and Zola." Recovering Literature. 1993. (19) 21-35.

Greenstein, Michael. "Mutuality in Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Quarterly. 1991. (8/3) 127-134.

Grose, Janet Lynne. "The Sensation Novel and Social Reform: Revising Prescriptions of Gender, Marriage, and Domesticity." Dissertation Abstracts International. 1995.(56/6/Dec) 2248-A. U. of South Carolina.

Grossman, Jonathan H. "The Absent Jew in Dickens: Narrators in Oliver Twist, Our Mutual Friend, and A Christmas Carol." Dickens Studies Annual. 1996. (24) 37-57.

Hackenberg, Sara. "'Loitering Artfully': Reading Flânerie in Our Mutual FriendDickens: The Craft of Fiction and the Challenges of Reading. Milan: Unicopli, 2000.

Hake, Stephen. "Becoming Poor to Make Many Rich: The Resolution of Class Confict in Dickens." Dickens Studies Annual. 1998. (26) 107-120.

Harrison, Bernard. "Always Fiction? The Limits of Authorial License in Our Mutual Friend.Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas. 2011. 405-430.

Heaman, Robert J. "Hebraism and Hellenism in Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Quarterly. Mar 2004. 21: 3-11.

Heaman, Robert J. "Our Mutual Friend: An Annotated Bibliography, Supplement I-1984-2000." Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction. 2003. 425-514.

Hecimovich, Gregg A. "The Cup and the Lip and the Riddle of Our Mutual Friend.ELH. 1995. (62/4) 955-977.

Hecimovich, Gregg. "Puzzling the Reader: Riddles in Nineteenth-century British Literature." Studies in Nineteenth-Century British Literature. New York: Peter Lang, 2008.

Held, Carolin. "From 'Heritage Space' to 'Narrative Space'-Anti-Heritage Aesthetics in the Classic TV SerialsOur Mutual Friend and Vanity Fair.Janespotting and Beyond: British Heritage Retrovisions Since the Mid-1990s. Tübingen: Narr, 2004.

Heller, Deborah. "The Outcast as Villain and Victim: Jews in Dickens's Oliver Twist and Our Mutual Friend."Jewish Presences in English Literature. Ed. Derek Cohen and Deborah Heller. Montreal: McGill-Queen's UP, 1990.

Hennelly, Mark M., Jr. "Toy Wonders in Our Mutual Friend." Dickens Quarterly. 1995. Part One (12/2) 60-72; Part Two (12/3) 95-107.

Hillard, Molly Clark. "Dickens's Little Red Riding Hood and Other Waterside Characters." SEL Studies in English Literature. Autumn 2009. 945-973.

Hollindale, Peter. "Our Mutual Friend: An Approach to Dickens." Use of English. Summer 2001. 52 (3): 227-38.

Hornback, Bert. "Mortimer Lightwood." Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction. 2008. 39: 249-260.

Hornback, Bert. "'P' Is for 'Humbug.'" Dickens Quarterly. June 2002. 19 (2): 70-79.

Ikeda, Yuko. "Reading in Charles Dickens's Our Mutual Friend.Kumamoto Daigaku Eigo Eibungaku/Kumamoto Studies in English Language and Literature. 2002. 45: 113-30.

Inglis, Katherine. "Becoming Automatous: Automata in The Old Curiosity Shop and Our Mutual Friend."Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century. April 6, 2008.

Jones, Steven E. "Dickens on Lost: Text, Paratext, Fan-Based Media." Wordsworth Circle. Winter-Spring 2007. 71-76.

Jung, Daun. "Gender and Mobility in Our Mutual Friend: Spatial and Social Transformations of Three Major Female Characters-Bella, Lizzie and Jenny Wren. British and American Fiction to 1900. Summer 2009. 207-226.

Keh, Wonbong. "Father-Daughter Relationships in Selected Novels by Charles Dickens." Dissertation Abstracts International. 1996. (57/5/Nov) 2048A-2049A. U. of Iowa.

King, James Roy. "Defense Mechanisms in Our Mutual Friend." Dickens Quarterly. 1995. (12/2) 45-59.

Kubasak, Sharon. "Reflexive Delight." Dickensian. 1994. (90/1) 25-35.

Kucich, John. "Repression and Representation: Dickens's General Economy." Charles Dickens. London: Longman, 1996. 197-210

Langland, Elizabeth. "Our Mutual Friend: Wilful Bella Wilfer's Reformation by Housekeeping." Nobody's Angels: Middle-class Women and Domestic Ideology in Victorian Culture. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1995.

Lamarque, Peter. "Learning from Literature" Dalhousie Review. Spring 1997. 77 (1): 7-21.

Ledger, Sally. "Dickens, Natural History, and Our Mutual Friend.Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas. June 9 2011. 363-378.

Litvack, Leon. "Images of the River in Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Quarterly. 2003. 34-55.

Litvack, Leon. "Our Mutual Friend." A Companion to Charles Dickens. Malden: Blackwell, 2008. 433-443.

Livesey, Ruth. "Money, Manhood and Suffrage in Our Mutual Friend.Culture, Capital and Representation.New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. 83-99.

MacDonagh, Oliver. "Dickens on Television." Quadrant (Balmain, Australia). Oct 1998. 42: 61-62.

MacKay, Carol Hanbery. "The Encapsulated Romantic: John Harmon and the Boundaries of Victorian Soliloquy." Dickens Studies Annual. 1989. (18) 255-276.

Mardock, James D. "Of Daughters and Ducats: Our Mutual Friend and Dickens's Anti-Shylock." Borrowers and Lenders: The Journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation. Fall-Winter 2005.

Maglavera, Soultana. Time Patterns in Later Dickens: A Study of the Thematic Implications of the Temporal Organization of Bleak House, Hard Times, Little Dorrit, A Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations,and Our Mutual Friend. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994.

Marks, Patricia. "Storytelling as Mimesis in Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Studies Newsletter. 1988. (5) 7-9.

McCarthy, Patrick. "Designs in Disorder: The Language of Death in Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Studies Annual. 1988. (17) 129-144.

McMaster, Juliet. "Dickens and David Copperfield on the Act of Reading." English Studies in Canada. 1989. (15/3) 288-304.

Michie, Helena. "'Who is This in Pain?': Scarring, Disfigurement, and Female Identity in Bleak House and Our Mutual Friend.Novel. 1989. (23) 199-212.

Miller, Andrew. "Rearranging the Furniture in Our Mutual Friend.Novels Behind Glass: Commodity Culture and Victorian Narrative. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Miller, J. Hillis. "The Topography of Jealousy in Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Refigured: Bodies, Desires, and Other Histories." Ed. John Schad. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1996.

Miller, Michael G. "The Fellowship-Porters and the Veneerings': Setting, Structure and Justice in Our Mutual Friend.Dickensian. 1989. (85) 30-38.

Moon, Sangwha. "Dickens in the Context of Victorian Culture: An Interpretation of Three of Dickens's Novels from the Viewpoint of Darwinian Nature." Dissertation Abstracts International. 1997. (57/7/Jan) 3039A. U. of North Texas.

Moore, Grace. "Turkish Robbers, Lumps of Delight, and the Detritus of Empire: The East Revisited in Dickens's Late Novels." Critical Survey. 2009. 21 (1): 74-87.

Monforte, Enric. "Homosociality, Sexism and Homophobia: An Analysis of Charles Dickens's Our Mutual Friend and Rainer Werner Fassbinder's The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant and Fox and His Friends."Barcelona English Language and Literature Studies. 1998. 9: 89-98.

Morgentaler, Goldie. "Dickens and the Scattered Identity of Silas Wegg" Dickens Quarterly. June 22 2005. 92-100.

Morris, Pam. "A Taste for Change in Our Mutual Friend: Cultivation or Education?" Rethinking Victorian Culture. 2000. 179-194.

Nadel, Ira B. "'Nightplots': Our Mutual Friend and Finnegans Wake." Redefining the Modern: Essays on Literature and Society in Honor of Joseph Wiesenfarth. Madison, NJ; London, England: Fairleigh Dickinson UP; Associated UP, 2004. 75-88.

Newey, Vincent. "Dickensian Decadents." Romancing Decay: Ideas of Decadence in European Culture.1999. 64-82.

Newman, S.J. "Decline and Fall Off? Towards an Appreciation of Our Mutual Friend.Dickensian. 1989. (85) 99-104.

Nielsen, Margaret Worthen. "Dickens' Prevaricating Piece of Goods: Liars and Truthtellers in Dombey and SonLittle Dorrit, and Our Mutual Friend.Dissertation Abstracts International. (53/1/Jul) 162A. U of Iowa.

O'Donnell, Patrick. "'A Speech of Chaff': Ventriloquy and Expression in Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Studies Annual. 1990. (19) 247-279.

O'Hea, Michael. "Hidden Harmony: Marcus Stone's Wrapper Design for Our Mutual Friend.Dickensian.1995. (91/3) 198-208.

Oxenford, Rosemary. "Narrative Structure and the Pursuit of Identity in Nicholas Nickleby, David Copperfield, Our Mutual Friend, and The Mystery of Edwin Drood.Dissertation Abstracts International. 1992. (52/11/May) 3942A. Harvard U.

Palmer, William J. "Dickens and Shipwreck." Dickens Studies Annual. 1989. (18) 39-92.

Park, Hyungji. "Contracts, Coverture, and Women's Property in Our Mutual Friend.Feminist Studies in English Literature. Winter 2007. 135-58.

Paroissien, David. "Ideology, Pedagogy, and Demonology: The Case against Industrialized Education in Dickens's Fiction." Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction. 2004. 259-82.

Pellicer, Juan Christian. "'Among the Ash Heaps and Millionaires': Gatsby and Our Mutual Friend.Literary Sinews. Oslo: Novus; 2003. 247.

Petch, Simon. "The Sovereign Self: Identity and Responsibility in Victorian England." Law and Literature. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1999. 397-415.

Petrie, Graham. "Dickens in Denmark: Four Danish Versions of His Novels." Journal of European Studies.1996. 185-93.

Poon, Phoebe. "Trust and Conscience in Bleak House and Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Quarterly. 2011. Mar; 28 (1): 3-21.

Poovey, Mary. "Reading History in Literature: Speculation and Virtue in Our Mutual Friend.Historical Criticism and the Challenge of Theory. Ed. Janet Smarr. Urbana: U. of Illinois Press, 1993.

Puccio, Paul M. "Brothers of the Heart: Friendship in the Victorian and Edwardian Schoolboy Narrative."Dissertation Abstracts International. 1996. (56/11/may) 4409A. U. of Massachusetts, (95).

Puckett, Kent. "Some Versions of Syllepsis." Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas. Jan 2011. 9 (1): 177-188.

Rainsford, Dominic. "Victorian Moral Philosophy and Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Quarterly. Dec 2010. 27 (4): 273-291.

Reed, John R. "The Riches of Redundancy: Our Mutual Friend.Studies in the Novel. Spring 2006. 38 (1): 15-35.

Reed, John R. "A Letter in Response to Leona Toker." Connotations: A Journal for Critical Debate. 2007. (19) 34-35

Ridenhour, Jamieson. "'In That Boney Light': The Bakhtinian Gothic of Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Quarterly. Sept 2005. 22 (3): 153-71.

Robles, Mario Ortiz. The Novel as Event. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 2010.

Robson, John M. "Crime in Our Mutual Friend.Rough Justice: Essays on Crime in Literature. Ed. M.L. Friedland. Toronto: U of Toronto Press, 1991.

Rose, Natalie. "Flogging and Fascination: Dickens and the Fragile Will." Victorian Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Social, Political, and Cultural Studies. Summer 2005. 47 (4): 505-33.

Rothenberg, Molly Anne. "Articulating Social Agency in Our Mutual Friend: Problems with Performances, Practices, and Political Efficacy." ELH. Fall 2004. 71 (3): 719-49.

Royle, Nicholas. "Our Mutual Friend." Dickens Refigured: Bodies, Desires, and Other Histories. Ed. John Schad. Manchester: Manchester UP, 1996.

Rudy, Seth. "Stage Presence: Performance and Theatricality in Dickens's Our Mutual Friend.Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction. 2006; 37: 65-80.

Rushton, Richard. "What Can a Face Do? On Deleuze and Faces." Cultural Critique. Spring 2002. 51: 219-37.

Schaffer, Talia. Novel Craft: Victorian Domestic Handicraft and Nineteenth-Century Fiction. New York: Oxford UP, 2011.

Schotland, Sara D. "Who's That in Charge? It's Jenny Wren, 'The Person of the House'." Disability Studies Quarterly. 2009. 29 (3).

Scoggin, Daniel P. "A Speculative Resurrection: Death, Money, and the Vampiric Economy of Our Mutual Friend.Victorian Literature and Culture. 2002. (30) 99-125.

Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky. "Homophobia, Misogyny, and Capital: The Example of Our Mutual Friend.Charles Dickens. London: Longman, 1996. 178-96.

Shin, Hisup. "What Creeps Out of Holes: The Figuration of Filth and the Urban Everyday in Chadwick's Sanitary Report and Dickens' Later Novels." Nineteenth Century Literature in English. 2007. 11 (1): 311-46.

Shuman, Cathy. "Different for Girls: Gender and Professional Authority in Mill, Ruskin, and Dickens."Dissertation Abstracts International. 1995. (55/7/Jan) 1971A-1972A. Yale U.

Shuman, Cathy. "Invigilating Our Mutual Friend: Gender and the Legitimation of Professional Authority."Novel. 1995. (28/2/Win) 154-172.

Shuman, Cathy. Pedagogical Economies: The Examination and the Victorian Literary Man. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2000.

Sicher, Efraim. "Imagining 'the Jew': Dickens' Romantic Heritage." British Romanticism and the Jews: History, Culture, Literature. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. 139-155.

Simon, Leslie. "Bleak HouseOur Mutual Friend, and the Aesthetics of Dust." Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction. 2011. 42: 217-236.

Sirabian, Robert H. "Playing Play and Games: Structure and Meaning in the Novels of Charles Dickens."Dissertation Abstracts International. 1995. (55/12/Jun) 3855A. Purdue U.

Smith, J. "Heat and Modern Thought - Charles Dickens: The Forces of Nature in Our Mutual Friend."Victorian Literature and Culture. 1995. (23) 37-69.

Smith, Monika Rydygier. "The W/Hole Remains: Consumerist Politics in Bleak HouseGreat Expectations, and Our Mutual Friend.Victorian Review. 1993. (19/1) 1-21.

Smith, Peter. "The Aestheticist Argument of Our Mutual Friend." Cambridge Quarterly. 1989. (18/4) 362-382.

Smith, Victoria Ford. "Dolls and Imaginative Agency in Bradford, Pardoe, and Dickens." Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction. 2009. 171-197.

Solomon, J. F. "Realism, Rhetoric, and Reifications: Or The Case of the Missing Detective in Our Mutual Friend." Modern Philology. 1988. (86/1/Aug) 34-45.

Sroka, Kenneth M. "Dickens' Metafiction: Readers and Writers in Oliver TwistDavid Copperfield, and Our Mutual Friend." Dickens Studies Annual. 1993. (22) 35-65.

Stauffer, Andrew M. "Ruins of Paper: Dickens and the Necropolitan Library." Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net. Aug 2007. 47.

Stewart, Garrett. "Ethical Tempo of Narrative Syntax: Sylleptic Recognitions in Our Mutual Friend.Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas. Jan 2010. 8 (1): 119-145.

Stokes, Peter M. "Bentham, Dickens, and the Uses of the Workhouse." Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900. Autumn 2001. 41 (4): 711-27.

Surridge, Lisa. "'John Rokesmith's Secret': Sensation, Detection, and the Policing of the Feminine in Our Mutual Friend." Dickens Studies Annual. 1998. (26) 265-284.

Taylor, Jonathan. "'Servants' Logic' and Analytical Chemistry: George Eliot, Charles Dickens, and Servants."Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction. 2001. 30: 263-83.

Terhorst, Robert. "From Lazarillo de Tormes to Dickens's Our Mutual Friend: The European Topography of La voragine." Revista de Estudios Hispanicos. 1994. (28/1) 25-41.

Teyssandier, Hubert. "Mud, Money, and Mystery: 'The World's Metropolis' in Charles Dickens' Our Mutual Friend." Zwischen Zentrum und Peripherie: Die Metropole als kultureller und ästhetischer Erfahrungsraum. Bielefeld, Germany; Aisthesis; 2005. 133-141.

Thomas, Syd. "'Pretty Woman, Elegantly Framed': The Fate of Bella Wilfer in Dickens's Our Mutual Friend."Dickens Quarterly. 1997. (14/1/Mar) 3-23.

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Thomson, Graeme. "A Waste of Time: Vitalism and Virtuality in Our Mutual Friend.Dickens: The Craft of Fiction and the Challenges of Reading. Milan: Unicopli, 2000.

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