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KIRKUS REVIEW

Even for the avid Dickens' reader there is much here which will be unfamiliar, though unmistakably Dickens. An admirable selection of more than thirty sketches, stories, journalistic pieces, these works indicate that his novels were derived largely from his on-the-spot contributions, and that Dickens had a close affinity to his great European contemporaries. Moments of charm and significance to those who are alert to the genius of Dickens are available on every page of this knowledgeable collection.

Pub Date: Nov. 5th, 1959
Publisher: Doubleday