This is an online archival listing for Household Words, a Victorian periodical edited by Dickens from 1850-1859. Featured a mix of fiction, non-fiction, essays, and articles, which discussed social issues, education, and entertainment during the mid-19th century.
Due to a conflict with publishers of his previous periodical Household Words, Dickens created a new publication with new publishers in 1859, and published All the Year Round until 1895. This is a continuation of a similar format to HW, but with a slightly broader scope.
The Westminster Review provides insights into the intellectual and cultural milieu of 19th-century Britain, featuring contributions from influential Dickens' contemporaries. This helps understand the social and political context of Dickens.
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