jueves, 3 de abril de 2014

1880. THE MUDFOG PAPERS Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens
Now first collected
Second edition
Richard Bentley and son,

Ref. 6884
Autor: Dickens. Charles
Idioma: English
Richard Bentley and son (London)
11,50x17,50 cm.
198 páginas. Tela editorial. Buen estado. Ver imágenes.
The papers contained in this little volume were written by Charles Dickens for the early numbers of "Bentley's Miscellany". The manuscripts of the two meetings of the Mudfog Association, and of "Mr. Robert Bolton, the gentleman connected with the Press", in my possession, are covered with corrections, erasures, and additions. At that time Charles Dickens wrote a freer and bolder hand than he came to write in later years, and these manuscripts are easily decipherable.
Something perhaps of the comparative freedom of the handwriting of these sketches, when set by the side of the manuscript of "Our Mutual Friend", may be owing to the quill pen, with whose exit has gone out much of that free and graceful penmanship of which Mr. Lupton reminds us that Thomas Tomkins, of St. PAul's School, was so unrivalled a teacher.

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