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At one period of its reverses, the House fell into the occupation of a Showman. He was found registered as its occupier, on the parish books of the time when he rented the House, and there was therefore no need of any clue to his name. But, he himself was less easy to be found; for, he had led a wandering life, and settled people had lost sight of him--by Dickens and others.
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'A testament to the narrative gifts of the three prose writers.' --The Times, April 24, 2004
'This is a welcome addition to the excellent Hesperus list.' --TLS, May 14, 2004
Talk about collaborations: this haunting little tale is the product of some of Victorian England s finest fictionistas. --The Washington Post, August 8, 2004
Only single-volume edition of an unjustly neglected collection of tales compiled by Charles Dickens
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