"This online resource publishes, free of charge, all the correspondence of Charles Dickens which has come to light since 2002, the year in which the final volume of the Pilgrim Edition of The Letters of Charles Dickens was published. Each letter is assessed for its authenticity, and is then transcribed and annotated by our team of editors, each of whom is a world authority on various aspects of Dickens's life and work."
Includes items such as: Audio: Mamie Dickens on Dickens’s Studies; Audio: Mamie Dickens’s memories of Dickens at work in his study; Audio: A letter from Catherine Dickens, etc. Also includes virtual tours through parts of the Museum (house).
"This collection unites two of the most important novelists of the nineteenth century: Elizabeth Gaskell and Charles Dickens. It draws upon our unrivalled collection of Gaskell’s manuscripts and letters, bringing together for the first time material from disparate collections: our English manuscripts collection, University manuscripts collection and the papers of Elizabeth Gaskell. It includes manuscripts of famous literary works, and letters from Dickens to Gaskell, from the time when he was acting as her editor. "
Book Sources: Charles Dickens
A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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