The Charles Dickens Letters Project

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Review in Journal of Victorian Culture (2021), p. 140-3: "Quickly loading, searchable transcriptions are accompanied by detailed annotations that draw upon an extensive, extensible prosopography. The CDLP sheds light on angles of Dickens and his world that are both central and not immediately apparent from other sources. Review in Dickens Quarterly (2020), p. 454-7: "Judicious use of editorial interventions elucidates the general meaning of each letter. TheCharles Dickens Letters Project constitutes a valuable digital resource forstudying Dickens and the times in which he lived".

Review in British Association for Victorian Studies Newsletter 21.2 (2021), pp. 9-10: "Letters are presented with a large scope of footnotes informing users of connections to previous letters, information about the subjects of the correspondence, and details of the events being described. The amount of research that goes into even the shortest letter is astounding. Information regarding not only the circumstances of each letter but also biographical information of correspondences and any individual mentioned within each letter allows research to understand the background of each letter."
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBelfast
PublisherDickens Fellowship
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2016


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