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Hardcover with dust jacket. Printed in USA. Charles Dickens.
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It is uniformly bound in green cloth with gold lettering and gold. Author : Charles Dickens. The copy is, however, sound and readable and a first edition and reasonably priced. Published by John R. Alden, Cloth hardcover, 6" cover width, 8" tall, 20" combined shelf width.
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Frontispiece with tissue guard sample on photo 7. Decorative end papers photo Hinges are a bit cracked with webbing visible. No aging of pages from storage. Cover like new with leather spine. Binding very good, no loose or missing pages. Hinges very good. Height This edition published in Weight : g Overall Condition : Excellent. Free shipping. A Very Good or better copy, binding has. Barnard including tissue guarded frontis plate.
This is the fourth of Dickens' five Christmas Books. A Love Story. First edition, 3rd issue with engraved half title page and.
Since this is not dated, upon my research I found out that this particular book was published during by A. Burt Co. Ronald Coleman. Spine tearing at tail and on rear crease but pretty clean. Author: Charles Dickens, J. Sku: Condition: Used: Good.
Qty Available: 1. Contains thirty-eight plates by Phiz, plus engraved title page and frontis. London: Chapman and Hall, Good : Overall shows moderate use and shelf wear. Charles Dickens's first published book, Sketches by Boz heralded an exciting new voice in English literature.
A startling mixture of humour and pathos, these Sketches reveal London as wonderful terrain for an extraordinary young writer. Binding Copy: describes a book in which the pages or leaves are perfect but the binding is very bad, loose, off, or nonexistent. Half leather with scuffing to the leather parts - split to lower spine.
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Mostly clean content with a mild tone. Loose front hinge but book overall holds well. Published On: Binding: Hardcover. Half leather with light scuffing to the leather parts.
Partial cracks to hinges but book overall holds well. There were also weekly magazines dubbed "penny dreadfuls" which contained gruesome tales to fascinate the reader, even a modern Stephen King fan! One of these weeklies, the Terrible Register , was a favorite of young Charles Dickens, who, having been raised on the horrific stories told him by his young nurse, Mary Weller, was both attracted to and somewhat repelled by these tales. As a disaffected child sent from the family to work in a blacking factory , he eagerly awaited the weekly arrival of this periodical.
Later he was to "conduct" two weeklies of his own, Household Words and then All the Year Round , though neither of these middle-class journals mirrors the content of his earlier obsession. Dickens had in some small way been fortunate in his early years, though he did not realize how lucky he had been until much later in life. His parents, members of the growing middle class, were somewhat aloof in their child-rearing practices.
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Though instruction still held sway in the children's literature of his youth, his parents did not enforce this philosophy in what they permitted him to read and hear. John Dickens, his father, had accumulated a small personal library of some of the popular works of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries; to this small collection of novels and plays young Charles had unlimited access, and reveled in reading and re-reading such works as Smollett's Roderick Random , Smollett's Peregrine Pickle , and even Goldsmith's The Vicar of Wakefield His father enjoyed theatre and recitation, so young Charles saw popular theatrical performances, took part in family recitations and theatricals, and was allowed to play with the toy theatre he had received as a gift.
Finally, as a child of nine Dickens wrote a play entitled Misnar, the Sultan of India based on his reading of Tales of the Genii He says that he doesn't believe in stars, because they are too far away. Clemens learns that Hitchcock has left the ship. Hitchcock continues to mumble to himself as he dies of exposure to the void of space.
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