PARODIES AND IMITATIONS.
Change for the American Notes; or, Letters from London to New York. By an American Lady. London, 1843, 8vo.
Current American Notes. By “Buz.” London, n.d.
The Battle of London Life; or, “Boz” and his Secretary. By Morna. With a portrait and illustrations by G.A. Sala. London, 1849.
The Battle Won by the Wind. By Ch——s D*ck*ns, etc.
Published in The
Puppet Showman’s Album. Illustrated
Bleak House: a Narrative of Real Life, etc. London, 1856.
Characteristic Sketches of Young Gentlemen. By Quiz Junior. With woodcut illustrations. London .
A Child’s History of Germany. By H.W. Friedlaender. A Pendant to a Child’s History of England, by Charles Dickens. Celle, 1861, 8vo.
“Christmas Eve” with the Spirits ... with some further tidings of the Lives of Scrooge and Tiny Tim. London, 1870.
A Christmas Carol: being a few scattered staves, from a familiar composition, re-arranged for performance, by a distinguished Musical Amateur, during the holiday season, at H—rw—rd—n. With four illustrations by Harry Furness.
Punch, Dec. 1885, pp. 304, 305.
Micawber Redivivus; or, How to Make a Fortune as a Middleman, etc. By Jonathan Coalfield [i.e. W. Graham Simpson?]. [London, 1883], 8vo. [Transcriber’s Note: The subtitle of this volume should be “How He Made a Fortune as a Middleman, etc.”]
Dombey and Son Finished: a burlesque. Illustrated by Albert Smith.
The Man in the Moon, 1848, pp. 59-67.
Dombey and Daughter: a moral fiction. By Renton Nicholson. London , 8vo.
Dolby and Father, by Buz. [A satire on C. Dickens.] New York, 1868, 12mo.
Hard Times (Refinished). By Charles Diggens.
Parody on Hard Times,
published in “Our Miscellany.”
Edited by H. Yates and R.B. Brough, pp. 142-156.
The Haunted Man. By CH—R—S D—C—K—N—S. New York, 1870, 12mo.
Condensed Novels, and Other Papers. By F. Bret Harte.
Mister Humfries’ Clock. “Bos,” Maker. A miscellany of striking interest. Illustrated. London, 1840, 8vo.
Master Timothy’s Bookcase; or, the Magic Lanthorn of the World. By G.W.M. Reynolds. London, 1842.
A Girl at a Railway Junction’s Reply [to an article in the Christmas number for 1866 of “All the Year Round,” entitled “Mugby Junction.”] London , 8vo.
The Cloven Foot: being an adaptation of the English novel, “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” to American scenes, characters, customs, and nomenclature. By Orpheus C. Kerr. New York, 1870, 8vo.
The Mystery of Mr. E. Drood. By Orpheus C. Kerr.
The Piccadilly Annual, Dec. 1870, pp. 59-62.