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H-WS010 A Tale of Two Cities

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Dickens, Charles. Bernard, F., illustrator.

A Tale of Two Cities

London, Chapman & Hall, 1874 [completed 1859]

Illustrations from the Household Edition of the Charles Dickens’ historical novel, excellent for theater and costume research. Tale of Two Cities is set in Paris, 1770’s – 1790’s.

From the collection of Frans Wijnsma. Scanned by Seya Wijnsma-Spek and edited by Judith Adele.

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