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80-104 and White. 13. The Penguin edition of the novel edited by Malcolm Andrews conveniently reprints the passage from Master Humphrey's Clock in which Humphrey admits to being the single gentleman (679-80). 14. 61) quoted by Dickens in the Preface to the 1848 Cheap Edition of The Old Curiosity Shop (p. xli). 378). 380). For a brilliant meditation on the importance of Hamlet's haunting for Karl Marx's thought, see Derrida, Specters of Marx. On Shakespeare's haunting of Dickens, see my 'Performing Business, Training Ghosts: Transcoding Nickleby', 166-8 and 174.

380). For a brilliant meditation on the importance of Hamlet's haunting for Karl Marx's thought, see Derrida, Specters of Marx. On Shakespeare's haunting of Dickens, see my 'Performing Business, Training Ghosts: Transcoding Nickleby', 166-8 and 174. 15. Bennington and Derrida, (p. 45). Writing, for Derrida, entails a necessary relationship to death: 'Writing communicates my thoughts to far distances, 26 John Bowen during my absence, even after my death. At the moment of reading my letter, the addressee knows that I might have died during the time, however minimal it might be, between the moment at which the letter was finished and the moment of its reception ...

9. See also Hollington. 10. In The Wolf Man's Magic Word: a Cryptonomy. See also 'A Note on the Phantom'; Esther Rashkin. 11. See also: Jacques Derrida, Memoires: for Paul de Man, pp. 28-36; 'Fors', The Post Card: from Socrates to Freud and Beyond, p. 335; and Bennington and Derrida, pp. 146-8. 12. On the prosthetic in Dickens, see John Carey, pp. 80-104 and White. 13. The Penguin edition of the novel edited by Malcolm Andrews conveniently reprints the passage from Master Humphrey's Clock in which Humphrey admits to being the single gentleman (679-80).

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