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Dickens v. Barabbas, Forster Intervening. A Study Based upon Some Hitherto Unpublished Letters. With Facsimiles.

Sawyer, Charles J. and Harvey Darton, F. J.].-

Published by London. Charles J. Sawyer. 1930., 1930
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First Edition, Limited to 10 copies on vellum, 90 copies on hand-made paper and 100 numbered copies on Abbey Mill Antique Paper, of which this is Copy No. 66. Pages 80 pp. + 6 pp. appendix on Mr. Dickens and Mr. Bentley.Small 4to. Green cloth spine and grween paper covered boards with gilt titling. First Edition, Limited to 10 copies on vellum, 90 copies on hand-made paper and 100 numbered copies on Abbey Mill Antique Paper, of which this is Copy No. 66. Patten, CD & His Publ. A telling of the behind-the-scenes breakdown in relationship between Charles Dickens and his publishers, especially Bentley. The roles of his friends Harrison Ainsworth and John Forster as intermediaries between Dickens and his publishers is detailed. The source of the information is chiefly some unpublished letters. The definitive work on the issues raised by Sawyer and Harvey Darton is Robert Patton's "Charles Dickens & His Publishers." Owner's signature in pencil on front free fly leaf. Minor foxing on deckled page edges. Else, Near Fine. Bookseller Inventory # 9134

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Title: Dickens v. Barabbas, Forster Intervening. A ...

Publisher: London. Charles J. Sawyer. 1930.

Publication Date: 1930

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: 1st Edition

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