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Brontë, Charlotte, Preface to Jane Eyre, Clarendon Press, 1969.

Colby, Robert A., "Historical Introduction," in Vanity Fair, Garland, 1989, pp. 632-37.

Cuddon, J. A., The Penguin Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory, Penguin Books, 1992, pp. 827-32. Forster, John, Examiner, No. 2112, July 22, 1848, pp. 468-70.

Karlson, Marilyn Naufftus, "William Makepeace Thackeray," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 55: Victorian Prose Writers Before 1867, edited by William B. Thesing, Gale Research, 1987, pp. 303-14.

Lewes, George Henry, Athenaeum, No. 1085, August 12, 1848, pp. 794-97.

Peck, Harry Thurston, Studies in Several Literatures, Dodd, Mead and Company, 1909, pp. 149-61.

Ray, Gordon N., ed., The Letters and Private Papers of William Makepeace Thackeray, Vol. 2, Harvard University Press, 1945-1946, p. 309.

Review of Vanity Fair, in London Review, Vol. XVI, No. XXXII, July 1861, pp. 291-94.

Rigby, Elizabeth, Review of Vanity Fair, in Quarterly Review, December 1848, pp. 155-62.

"William Makepeace Thackeray: Vanity Fair: A Novel without a Hero," in Characters in Nineteenth-Century Literature...

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