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The Uncollected Writings of Charles Dickens. Household Words 1850-1859. Volume I & II. Edited with an Introduction by Harry S
by Dickens, Charles.

Publisher Information:
Allen Lane The Penguin Press, London: 1969.

This two volume set is Fine in red cloth binding in Very Good plus unclipped dust jackets with edge wear. Both volumes are stamped: EDITORIAL DEPT. FILE COPY. The slipcase is solid with light wear to the extremities. The essays, anecdotes, tales,character sketches and descriptive pieces first appeared in the magazine Household Words published by Dickens. The subjects covered include the operation of the post office, the treatment of murderers, the lives of working class people and the burdens of editorship.


Edition: First Printing of the First UK Edition
ISBN: 0713901209
Book Id: 21414

Price: $225.00

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