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The World of Charles Dickens
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The World of Charles Dickens

By Wilson, Angus

London: Martin Secker & Warburg. 301pp. An illustrated guide to the work of the Victorian novelist. Colour frontis and a further full page colour illustrations. Integral black and white illustrations throughout. Green boards with gilt titles to spine are veryneat. Dust wrapper is sunned to spine and rather unevenly to front and back. A little rubbed to dust wrapper edges. Near fine copy in good + dw. . Hardcover. First. 1970.

$15.33

Dickens: A Life
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Dickens: A Life

By Mackenzie, Norman and Jeanne Mackenzie

Oxford: Oxford University Press,. Hardback. 434pp. Biography of the Victorian novelist. Over 20 black and white illustrations. Green boards with gilt titles to spine. Bumped to spine ends. Slightly sunned to dust wrapper spine. A little rubbed to dust wrapper. Very good copy in Good dw. . Hardcover. 1979.

$11.50

Dickens the Novelist

By Leavis, F. R. and Q. D. Leavis

London: Penguin,. Paperback. 479pp. Rubbed. Heavily creased to spine. Tanned. Reading copy only. . Paperback. 1970.

$1.92

The Imagination of Charles Dickens
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The Imagination of Charles Dickens

By Cockshut, A. O. J.

London: Collins,. Hardback. 192pp. Blue boards with gilt titles to spine. Very sunned to spine. Clean and sound. Good+, sound copy. . Hardcover. 1961.

$6.39

The Novels of D. H. Lawrence and Predecessors
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The Novels of D. H. Lawrence and Predecessors

By Buckley, Brian And Margaret Buckley

Kenilworth: Chrysalis Press,. Paperback. 214pp. Study of D. H. Lawrence with additional chapters on Lawrence and his influences divided into English and American novelists (including Dickens and George Eliot), Russian and French novelist,s and Lawrence's contemporaries (Hardy, Wells, Conrad, Bennett). Slight wave to the paper else clean, bright and neat. Very good copy. . Paperback.

$8.94

The Victorians
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The Victorians

By Lerner, Laurence (editor)

London: Methuen,. Hardback. 228pp. The Context of English literature Series. Essays on religion, condition of England, women, society, the arts, literature etc. Small selection of black and white plates. Bumped to corners. Dust wrapper is very creased especially to spine. Good copy in poor dw. . Hardcover. 1978.

$7.66

Charles Dickens Bleak House: A Selection of Critical Essays
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Charles Dickens Bleak House: A Selection of Critical Essays

By Dyson, A. E. (editor)

London: Macmillan,. Paperback. 284pp. Casebook Series. A little rubbed. Somewhat browned to white areas of wraps. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. Book of the Month Cl. 1969.

$2.55

Charles Dickens: His Tragedy and Triumph
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Charles Dickens: His Tragedy and Triumph

By Johnson, Edgar

London: Penguin,. Paperback. 601pp. Revised and abridged edition. Well thumbed to edges. Binding is sound. Reading copy only. . Paperback. 1980.

$3.83

Mandela's Books and the Strong-Room of Dreams Reflecting on the Value of Literature

By Walder, Dennis

Buckingham: Open University Press,. Stapled with card covers. 27pp. Inaugural lecture given on 8th March 2001. Considers the importance of the literary experience drawing on his own childhood experience with Dickens' works in South Africa, and on the experiences of Mandela and other political prisoners for whom books represented, thought, freedom, action, inspiration and more. Clean and neat. Fine, bright copy. . Pamphlet. 2001.

$2.55

Mandela's Books and the Strong-Room of Dreams Reflecting on the Value of  Literature
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Mandela's Books and the Strong-Room of Dreams Reflecting on the Value of Literature

By Walder, Dennis

Buckingham: Open University Press,. Stapled with card covers. 27pp. Inaugural lecture given on 8th March 2001. Considers the importantance of the literary experience drawing on his own childhood  experience with Dickens' works in South Africa, and on the experiences of Mandela and other political prisoners for whom books represented, thought, freedom, action, inspiration and more. Clean and neat. Near fine, bright copy. . Pamphlet. 2001.

$2.55

Mandela's Books and the Strong-Room of Dreams Reflecting on the Value of  Literature
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Mandela's Books and the Strong-Room of Dreams Reflecting on the Value of Literature

By Walder, Dennis.

Buckingham: Open University Press,. Stapled with card covers. 27pp. Inaugural lecture given on 8th March 2001. Considers the importance of the literary experience drawing on his own childhood experience with Dickens' works in South Africa, and on the experiences of Mandela and other political prisoners for whom books represented, thought, freedom, action, inspiration and more. Clean and neat. Fine, bright copy. . Pamphlet. 2001.

$2.55

Romantic Writings (Approaching Literature)

By Bygrave, Stephen

London: Routledge / The Open University,. Paperback. 352pp. Includes practical essays on reading Wordworth's The Prelude, Byron, women poets 1780-1830 etc as well as classic essays on Romanticism from Lord Byron, Sigmund Freud, etc. Minor edge wear. Very good copy. . Paperback. Reprint. 1996.

$5.75

The Englishman Abroad
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The Englishman Abroad

By Massingham, Hugh and Pauline Massingham

Gloucester: Sutton Publishing,. Paperback. 218pp. A great anthology for armchair travel, this is an extensive collection of extracts from letters, diaries, travel writing etc from the English men and women of letters including Hazlitt, Lord Byron, Boswell, Robert Byron, Dickens, Cobbett, Smolett, Matthew Arnold, Elizabeth Barrett Browning etc. Small number of black and white illustrations. Significant crease to rear and some other minor reading wear. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1984.

$3.83

The Working Classes in Victorian Fiction
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The Working Classes in Victorian Fiction

By Keating, P. J.

London: Routledge,. 310pp. Fascinating study of the representation of the working classes, especially in London. Covers George Gissing, Walter Besant, Arthur Morrison, Rudyard Kipling and Cockney archetypes, industrialisation, urbanisation, class conflict and the phonetic representation of Cockney. Black and white frontis and several further plates. Brown cloth with gilt titles to spine. Occasional very light mark to cloth. Occasional pencil annotation or underlining. No dw. Very good copy. . Hardcover. First edition. 1971.

$8.94

Hard Times

By Dickens, Charles

London: Penguin,. Paperback. 328pp. Pages tanned. Rubbed to edges. Some minor marks externally. Binding is sound. Some pen annotation to text. Reading copy only. . Paperback. 1969.

$1.28

Dickens
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Dickens

By Dyson, A E (editor)

London: Macmillan,. Paperback. 288pp. From the Modern Judgements series, a selection of critical essays on the work of Charles Dickens. Somewhat browned. Binding is sound. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1968.

$2.55

Mandela's Books and the Strong-Room of Dreams Reflecting on the Value of Literature

By Walder, Dennis

Buckingham: Open University Press,. Stapled with card covers. 27pp. Inaugural lecture given on 8th March 2001. Considers the importance of the literary experience drawing on his own childhood experience with Dickens' works in South Africa, and on the experiences of Mandela and other political prisoners for whom books represented, thought, freedom, action, inspiration and more. Clean and neat. Very good copy . Pamphlet. 2001.

$2.55

Mandela's Books and the Strong-Room of Dreams Reflecting on the Value of Literature

By Walder, Dennis

Buckingham: Open University Press,. Stapled with card covers. 27pp. Inaugural lecture given on 8th March 2001. Considers the importance of the literary experience drawing on his own childhood experience with Dickens' works in South Africa, and on the experiences of Mandela and other political prisoners for whom books represented, thought, freedom, action, inspiration and more. Clean and neat. Near fine copy. . Pamphlet. 2001.

$2.55

A Tale of Two Cities
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A Tale of Two Cities

By Dickens, Charles

Oxford: Oxford University Press,. Paperback. 524pp. Edited with an introduction by Andrew Sanders. Pages tanned else clean, bright and neat. Good+, sound copy. . Paperback. 1988.

$2.55

Character and the Novel

By Harvey, W. J.

London: Chatto & Windus,. Hardback. 222pp. A study of character in the light of notions such as Time, Identity and Freedom. With particular attention to the novels of Henry James, Thomas Mann, Jean-Paul Sartre and Charles Dickens. Sunned to spine. Dust wrapper somewhat rubbed with some tiny chips. Very good copy in Good + dw. . Hardcover. 1965.

$11.50

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