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1. Patten, Robert L., “The Fight at the Top of the Tree: Vanity Fair vs. Dombey and Son,” Studies in English Literature, 1500–1900 10, no. 4 (1970): 759–73. Patten has detailed the impact of serial publication on this rivalry.

2. Recent experiments in serial reading include a coordinated reading in 2015 of Our Mutual Friend for “Dickens Day” at Birkbeck College and Susan Bernstein's blog, “Serial Readers,” launched in 2008. See Ben Winyard, “The Our Mutual Friend Reading Project, ‘May We Meet Again’: Rereading the Dickensian Serial in the Digital Age.” Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long 19th Century, https://19.bbk.ac.uk/articles/10.16995/ntn.737.

3. Hughes, Linda K., “SIDEWAYS! Navigating the Material(ity) of Print Culture,” Victorian Periodical Review 47, no. 1 (2014): 130.

4. Helena Michie, “Victorian(ist) Sentences: Synchronic Temporalities,” in On Periodization: Selected Essays from the English Institute, ed. Virginia Jackson (2010), http://hdl.handle.net/2027/heb.90047.0001.001.

5. Vann, J. Don, Victorian Novels in Serial (New York: Modern Language Association, 1985).

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Victorian Literature and Culture
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