Dickens at Doughty Street by John Greaves 1975


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Elm Tree Books, 1975. First edition. Paperback 21.5cm by 14cm, 197 pages with black and white photos and a Foreword by Monica Dickens. The author was at the time of writing, Honorary Secretary of the Dickens Fellowship. This book details the time Charles Dickens and his wife Kate spent in 48 Doughty Street in Bloomsbury, which is now the Charles Dickens Museum. Laid-in is a postcard from The Dickens House.  Condition: Covers slightly soiled and spine a little creased. There is a sticker on the fly-leaf which reads: “Purchased from The Dickens House.”


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