Barnaby Rudge, Edwin Drood, David Copperfield, Children's History of England, Great Exp., Uncommercial Traveller et al.

Boston: Mershon Co, CA 1920.

Price: $73.00

Hardcover. Reprints. Very good. Hardcover, 14 Volumes. All 14 volumes wiht gilt top edges in clean cloth cover with minor fraying on spine edges, gold stamped spines, light rubs; on cloth edges, browned texts. Also contains: Martin Chuzzlewit, Little Dorrit, Domby and Sons, Curiosity Shop and Hard Times, Christmas Stories andReprinted Pieces, Oliver Twist, Pictures From Italy, Bleak House, Nicholas Nickleby, Our Mutual Friend, Pickwick Papers. Please Note: This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. Please inquire for more detailed condition information.

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Charles Dickens
birth name: Charles John Huffman Dickens
born: 2/7/1812
died: 6/9/1870
nationality: Great Britain

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English novelist, generally considered the greatest of the Victorian period. - Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature Random Dickens trivia - the first professional baseball team was the Dolly Vardens, a Philadelphia, PA all-African-American, all-female baseball team formed in 1867 (two years before the Cincinnati Red Stockings). Their name came from a character in the Dickens's novella Barnaby Rudge. The Dolly Vardens folded after a short time due to lack of support.more

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