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Wellerisms. From "Pickwick" & "Master Humphrey's Clock" Selected by Charles F. Rideal and Edited with an Introduction by Charles Kent, Author of "The Humor and Pathos of Charles Dickens.

Published by London. George Redway. ., 1886
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174 pp. + 6 pp. publisher's ads at rear and 8 pp. ads at front. 18mo. A presentation copy, inscribed by Rideal on the title page. The assembled humor of Dickens' first comic character, for whom Pickwick plays the straight man; with an introduction on the origin of the character. Dickens' conception of Tony Weller caused the sales of "Pickwick" to rise from 400 copies per month to 40,000 copies per month. Pages roughly opened. Covers soiled. Very slight wear at ends of spine and corners. Else, Very Good. NCBEL III 785. Illustrated red publisher's cloth with gilt titling. Bookseller Inventory # 10402

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Title: Wellerisms. From "Pickwick" & "Master ...

Publisher: London. George Redway. .

Publication Date: 1886

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: First Edition.

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