Charles Dickens at HomeBook - 2011
"This book traces the many places in which [Dickens] lived, from his Portrsmouth birthplace and childhood home in Chatham to his last home back in Kent, at Gad's Hill Place near Rochester. It describes his various houses in London, where he lived for the majority of his life, and which is above all so identified with Dickens and with his fiction. It also covers his holiday homes and trvels in England and abroad, including locations that provided settings for his fiction, such as Nicholas Nickleby's Yorkshire and the East Anglia of David Copperfield, Dickens's most autobiographical novel."--Book jacket.
Publisher: London : Frances Lincoln Ltd., 2011
Description: 144 p. : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 26 cm
Branch Call Number: 823.09 Dic
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