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Another Round of Stories by the Christmas Fire.

Dickens, Charles.-

Published by Boston. Fetridge & Co, 1854
From Gadshill (Providence, RI, U.S.A.)

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First American Edition. 47 pp. 8vo. Spine and rear cover lost. Wear at edges and corners. Corners dog-eared. Else, Very Good. Podeschi, B229. Lohrli, p. 118. VanderPoel B441. The Extra Christmas Number of Household Words for 1853. Composed of nine stories, of which Dickens wrote only the first (The Schoolboy's Story") and the last ("Nobody's Story"). The other stories are by Eliza Lynn, George Sala, Adelaide A. Procter, Elizabeth Gaskell, Edmund Dixon & W. H. Wills, Samuel Sidney and Mr. William Gaskell. All were, for the most part, regular and valued contributors to Household Words. At first, his two stories were collected by Dickens in "Reprinted Pieces." "The Schoolboy's Story" is a reminiscence of Dickens' days at Wellington House Academy and Old Cheeseman as a schoolfriend of Dickens at Chatham. In "Nobody's Story", Dickens reveals his support for social reformThis Fetridge edition is, likely, a piracy. Bookseller Inventory # 10311

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Title: Another Round of Stories by the Christmas ...

Publisher: Boston. Fetridge & Co

Publication Date: 1854

Edition: First American Edition.

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