Calabasas: David Brass Rare Books, Inc., 2012. 8 x 10.75 inches. hardcover, dust jacket. 456 pages. "This volume shows how much the skills of the bibliographer can contribute to our critical and biographical understanding of his subject.... Dickens enthusiasts have much cause to be grateful for the meticulousness with which Walter Smith has completed his work on Dickens on both sides of the Atlantic and added to our understanding of Dickens`s relationship with his American... READ MORE about CHARLES DICKENS: A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF HIS FIRST AMERICAN EDITIONS 1836 - 1870
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Calabasas: David Brass Rare Books, Inc., 2012. 8 x 10.75 inches. hardcover, dust jacket. 456 pages. A SIGNED COPY BY THE AUTHOR OF THIS LOVELY BOOK This significant work identifies the first and early American editions of Charles Dickens's novels and Sketches by Boz and traces their publishing history, including various impressions and sub-editions, from 1836 to 1870, the year of Dickens's death. Each of the entries provides detailed textual data and binding descriptions and... READ MORE about CHARLES DICKENS: A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF HIS FIRST AMERICAN EDITIONS 1836 - 1870
New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll Press, 2019. 8.125 x 10.75 inches. Hardback with dust jacket. 160 pages. This bibliography traces the history of Charles Dickens's Christmas books and other works published in America during his lifetime. Meticulously researched and presented, it includes data never before published. Original editions are identified and fully described, and each entry contains photographs of bindings and title pages, notes, related quotes or contemporary commentary, and dates of publication. This study... READ MORE about CHARLES DICKENS: A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF HIS FIRST AMERICAN EDITIONS, THE CHRISTMAS BOOKS AND SELECTED...