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    [Charles Dickens]. Fifteen Charles Dickens-Related Books. Books published between 1888 and 1980. One book in fair condition; all others in good or better condition.

    More Information: Fifteen Charles Dickens-Related Books, including: Robert L. Patten. Charles Dickens and His Publishers. Oxford, 1978. [and:] J. W. T. Ley. The Dickens Circle, A Narrative of the Novelist's Friendships. New York, [1919]. [and:] Edward F. Payne and Henry H. Harper. The Charity of Charles Dickens, His Interest in the Home for Fallen Women and A History of the Strange Case of Caroline Maynard Thompson. Boston, 1929. [and:] Robert F. Fleissner. Dickens and Shakespeare, A Study in Histrionic Contrasts. New York, 1965. [and:] R. C. Lehmann (editor). Charles Dickens as Editor, Being Letters Written by Him to William Henry Wills, His Sub-Editor. New York, 1912. [and:] Charles Dickens. A Plated Article, With an Introductory Account of the Historical Spode-Copeland China Works to Which it Refers. Stoke-Upon-Trent, [ca. 1930]. [and:] Charles Dickens. Sam Weller, Complete. London, British Standard Library Penny Number, [n.d.]. [and:] T. Edgar Pemberton. Dickens on the Stage. London, 1888. [and:] James T. Lightwood. Charles Dickens and Music. London, [1912]. [and:] Charles Dickens;  F. G. Kitton (editor). The Poems and Verses of Charles Dickens. New York, 1903. [and:] Robert Newsom. Dickens - On the Romantic Side of Familiar Things: Bleak House and the Novel Tradition. New York, 1977. [and:] Frederic G. Kitton. The Dickens Country. London, 1911. [and:] Brenda Marshall. The Charles Dickens Cookbook. Toronto, [1980]. [and:] Michael Goldberg. Carlyle and Dickens. Athens, Georgia, 1972. [and:] E. W. F. Tomlin (editor). Charles Dickens 1812-1870, A Centennial Volume. New York, [1969]. Other than the almost completely disbound copy of Sam Weller in fair condition, all other items are in good or better condition.

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