The Penny Magazine Bibiography

Richard D.Altick, The English Common Reader: A Social History of the Mass Reading Public, 1800-1900. Second Edition. With a Foreword by Jonathan Rose. The Ohio State Press: 1998. Hieruit hoofdstuk 14: ‘Periodicals and Newspapers, 1800-1850.’ p.318-347.

Patricia Anderson, The Printed Image and the Transformation of Popular Culture 1790-1860. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991.

Ivon Asquith, ‘The Structure, Ownership and Control of the Press,1780-1855.’  In: George Boyce, James Curran and Pauline Wingate (Eds.), Newspaper History from the Seventeenth Century to the Present Day. London: Constable, 1978. p.98-116.

Scott Bennett, ‘Revolutions in Thought: Serial Publication and the Mass Market for Reading.’ In: Joanne Shattock and Michael Wolff (Eds.), The Victorian Periodical Press: Samplings and Soundings. Leicester, Toronto: Leicester University Press, University of Toronto Press, 1982. p.225-257.

Colin Cohen, Paper & Printing: The New Technology of the 1830s taken from the Monthly Supplement of The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. August to December 1833. With an Introduction by Colin Cohen. Oxford: The Plough Press, 1982.

‘The Commercial History of The Penny Magazine’  I, II, III en IV. In: The Penny Magazine 1833, Issue 96, 101, 107 en 112.

John D.Cooke and Lionel Stevenson, ‘The Victorian Era.’ In: Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism.Vol.24: Nineteenth Century British Periodicals. Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1989. p.142-144.

James Curran, ‘The Press as an Agency of Social Control: an Historical Perspective.’ In: George Boyce, James Curran and Pauline Wingate (Eds.), Newspaper History from the Seventeenth Century to the Present Day. London: Constable, 1978. p.51-78.

Margaret Dalziel, Popular Fiction 100 Years Ago. London: Cohen & West, 1957.

Michael Feldberg, ‘Knight’s Penny Magazine. A Problem in Writing Cultural History.’ In: Victorian Periodicals Newsletter. No.3 (1968) p.13-16.

Celina Fox, ‘Political Caricature and the Freedom of the Press in Early Nineteenth-Century England.’ In: George Boyce, James Curran and Pauline Wingate (Eds.), Newspaper History from the Seventeenth Century to the Present Day. London: Constable, 1978. p.226-246.

Charles Knight, Passages of a Working Life During Half a Century: with A Prelude of Early Reminiscences. Volume II. London: Bradbruy & Evans, 1864. p.114-116, 178-199 en  321-322.

James A. Second, Victorian Sensation. The Extraordinary Publication, Reception, and Secret Authorship of Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2000.

Harold Smith, The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge 1826-1846. A Social and Bibliographical Evaluation. Halifax. Nova Scotia: 1974.

R.K. Webb, The British Working Class Reader. 1790-1848. Literacy and Social Tension. New York: Augustus M. Kelley Publishers, 1971. Hieruit hoofdstuk 1: ‘The Working Class Reading Public, 1790-1848.’ p.13-35.

Raymond Williams, ‘The Press and Popular Culture: an Historical Perspective.’ In: George Boyce, James Curran and Pauline Wingate (Eds.), Newspaper History from the Seventeenth Century to the Present Day. London: Constable, 1978. p.41-50.

A.N. Wilson, ‘Part 1 Early Victorian.’ In: A.N. Wilson, The Victorians. London: Arrow Books, 2003. p.9-120.

Michael Wolff, John S. North, Dorothy Deering, The Waterloo Directory of Victorian Periodicals, 1824-1900: Phase I  [Waterloo, Ontario]: Published for the University of Waterloo by Wilfrid Laurier University Press, n.d.

European Imitation of The Penny Magazine

Scott Bennett, ‘The Editorial Character and Readership of The Penny Magazine: An Analysis.’ In: Victorian Periodicals Review. Vol. XVII, 4, Winter 1984. p.127-141.

‘The Commercial History of The Penny Magazine’  I, II, III en IV. In: The Penny Magazine 1833, Issue 96, 101, 107 en 112.

Pam van Holthe tot Echten, Charles Knights ‘The Penny Magazine’ (1832-1845) een internationale succesformule. Utrecht: augustus 2004. Scriptie Literatuurwetenschap.

Gert-Jan Johannes, De barometer van de smaak. Tijdschriften in Nederland 1770-1830. Den Haag: Sdu Uitgevers, 1995.

Reinhard Kaiser, ‘Das “Pfennig-Magazin”. Ein Orbis xylographicus des 19. Jahrhunderts.’ In: Das Pfennig-Magasin der Gesellschaft zur Verbreitung gemeinnütziger Kenntnisse. 1833-1842. Herausgegeben von Reinhard Kaiser. Nördlingen: Neu verlegt bei Franz Greno, 1985. p.(i-vi).

J.J. Kloek, ‘Helmers’ De Hollandsche natie passeert de Franse censuur.’ In: M.A. Schenkeveld-van der Dussen (Ed.), Nederlandse literatuur, een geschiedenis. Amsterdam / Antwerpen: Uitgeverij Contact, 1998. p.419-425.

Martyn Lyons, ‘New Readers in the Nineteenth Century: Women, Children, Workers.’ In: Guglielmo Cavallo and Roger Chartier (Eds.), A History of Reading in the West. Translated by Lydia G.Cockrane. Amherst and Boston, Mass.: University of Massachusetts Press, 2003. p.313-344.

António Jose Saraiva & Óscar Lopes, História da Literatura Portuguesa. 17. Ediçao, Corrigida e Actualizada. Porto: Porto Editora, n.d.

José Tengarrinha, História da Imprensa Periódica Portuguesa. 2. Ediçao. Revista e Aumentada. Lisboa: Editorial Caminho SA, 1989.

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