Translations of the works by Ch. Dickens in the Ukrainian publishing repertoire

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The historiographical review of the Ukrainian publications by Ch.Dickens has been proposed to systematize the knowledge on the history of the author`s literary publications and to actualize his creative work in the modern translation and publishing activity. Based on the revealed bibliographical sources, the address to the works by the classic of the English literature in various periods of the Ukrainian history has been analyzed, and the review of Ch.Dickens` works in the Ukrainian publishing repertoire has been done together with the bibliographical review of the translated publications of his works in Ukraine from the first ones in the 1880s to the newest in 2014.

Кeywords: Ch.Dickens, translation, publication, publisher`s, bibliographical review.

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