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Additional Resources for Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray

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Further Reading

Mitchell, Sally, Daily Life in Victorian England, Greenwood Publishing Group, 1996.

This comprehensive look at both city and country life
in Victorian England covers social classes, morals,
economics and finance, laws, and more. It includes
illustrations and excerpts from primary source documents.


Pascoe, David, ed., Selected Journalism 1850-1870, Penguin USA, 1998.

This generous collection of the journalistic writings
of Charles Dickens offers minute and gritty details
of life in London in the mid-nineteenth century.

Peters, Catherine, Thackeray: A Writer's Life, Sutton Publishing, 2000.

This recent biography examines Thackeray's life and
how his writing was influenced by his experiences
and the world around him.

Thackeray, William Makepeace, Thackerayana, Haskell House, 1970.

This is an engaging, self-illustrated collection of
anecdotes and observations, many of them humorous,
about everything from Thackeray's childhood to
his favorite literary characters.


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