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Frederick Busch is the author of "Girls, The Children in the Woods, Harry & Catherine, "and" Closing Arguments. "
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Busch's 1978 novel reveals the character of Charles Dickens through narrator George Dolby, who serves as the novelist's jack-of-all-trades. LJ's reviewer stated, "the complex narrative is handled brilliantly," and both Dickens and Dolby emerge as fully developed characters (LJ 5/15/78).
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  • Publication date1981
  • ISBN 10 0140052445
  • ISBN 13 9780140052442
  • BindingPaperback
  • Number of pages232
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Book Description Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Reprint. Paperback. 225 pages. *** PUBLISHING DETAILS: Penguin, UK, 1980. Reprint. *** CONDITION: This book is in very good condition. More specifically: Covers have light creasing. Spine is uncreased. . Pages are reasonably tanned. *** ABOUT THIS BOOK: "A very interesting insight into the darker side of [Charles] Dickens's life and a vivid portrait of the England and London of those days. It's a solid and imaginative reconstruction, both of the man and of the period " - John Fowles. *** Quantity Available: 1. Category: Fiction; Historical; ISBN: 0140052445. ISBN/EAN: 9780140052442. Inventory No: 14090277. The photo of this book is of the actual book for sale. Seller Inventory # 14090277

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