London for Dickens Lovers

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Haskell House Publishers, 1935 - Literary Criticism - 177 pages
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The London backgrounds of Dickens' life & work. Far more than an anthology of Dickensian topography, this is a critical examination of Dickens' attitude to that subject & to history. There are chapters on Dickens' life in London. Dickens as historian, the London of his time, the London of the novels, his various houses including the Doughty Street Museum, & itineraries for three London rambles. This book is the result of twenty years effort.

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