Theme and subject in specific works can be found either linked to their sitemaps (homepages) or in lists of themes and subjects linked to them. See, for example, “Theme and Subject in Great Expectations” — George P. Landow
- The Death of Children
- "Intimidation and Embarrassment in Conversations of Dickens' novel"
- Charles Dickens as Social Commentator and Critic
- Paired sentimental and suicidal deaths
- Fisticuffs, battering, and brawling — the motif of violence in Dickens's novels
- An Overview of Dickens and Children's Literature
- What was 'Fallenness' and what was Dickens's interest?
- Alcoholic Drink in Charles Dickens's Writings
- Dickens's Satire of British Parliamentary Elections: Eatanswill, Essex
- “Well, Oliver, how do you like it?”: Dickens, Funerals, and Undertakers
- Dickens and Bodies — a One-Day Conference (Saturday 19 October 2019) at the Senate House, University of London
- Chained: A Victorian Nightmare — Thirty Minutes into the Future? (A Virtual Reality Experience of Scrooge)
- Dickens, Punch-and-Judy, and Other Itinerant Performers
Last modified 11 October 2020