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Dickens, Scrooge and the Victorian poor

Books and articles

  1. Michael Allen. Charles Dickens' childhood. St. Leonards: Oxford-Stockley, 2012.
  2. Michael Allen. Charles Dickens and the blacking factory. St. Leonards: Oxford-Stockley, 2011.
  3. Ian Anstruther. The scandal of the Andover Workhouse. London: Sutton, 1984.
  4. Geraldine Ayer. England’s First State Hospitals and the Metropolitan Asylums Board 1867-1930. London : Wellcome Institute of the History of Medicine, 1971.
  5. Paul Cranefield. The way in and the way out: Francois Magendie, Charles Bell and the roots of the spinal nerves. Mount Kisco, New York: Futura, 1974.
  6. David Green. ‘Icons of the new system: workhouse construction and relief practices in London under the Old and New Poor Law’. The London Journal, 34:3, (2009), 264-284.
  7. Peter Higginbotham. Life in a Victorian workhouse. Andover: Pitkin, 2011.
  8. Peter Higginbotham. Voices from the workhouse. Stroud: History Press, 2012.
  9. Norman Longmate. The workhouse. London: Temple Smith, 1974.
  10. Tim Marshall. Murdering to dissect. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1995.
  11. Tim Marshall. Stolen hearts. Nottingham: Critical, Cultural and Communications Press, 2007.
  12. Ruth Richardson. Death, dissection and the destitute. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2000.
  13. Ruth Richardson. Dickens & the workhouse. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.
  14. Ruth Richardson. ‘Rogers’ Family Tree’. The Lancet, 357, (2001), 2144.
  15. Ruth Richardson and Brian Hurwitz. ‘Joseph Rogers and the reform of workhouse medicine’. British Medical Journal, 299, (1989), 1507–1510.
  16. Roger Wells. Wretched faces. London: Breviary Stuff, 2011.
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