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Charles Dickens

Resources for the Dickens project of Community Virtual Libraries. Illustrations from the Household Edition of the Charles Dickens’ novels. Wonderful Victorian(and earlier) costume resource.

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Charles Dickens, F. Bernard, illustrator.

Christmas Stories

from “Household Words” and “All the Year Round”

London, Chapman & Hall, 1878

Illustrations from the Household Edition of some of Charles Dickens’ Christmas short stories, excellent for theater and costume research. Includes illustrations from The Holly-tree Inn, The Wreck of the Golden Mary, Going into Society, The Ghost of Master B, A Message from the Sea, The Hermit, Mr. The Englishman, Mrs. Lirriper’s Lodgings, Dr. Marigold, Two Ghost Stories, Phoebe, Mugby Junction, No Thoroughfare, in Search of the Travellers. 1850’s – 1860’s.

Scanned by Seya Wijnsma-Spek, edited by Judith Adele

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Dickens, Charles. illustrator: Fraser, F.A.

Great Expectations

London, Chapman & Hall, 1876 [completed 1861]

Illustrations from the Household Edition of the Charles Dickens’ novel, excellent for theater and costume research. Great Expectations is set early to mid 19th century.

Scanned by Seya Wijnsma-Spek, edited by Judith Adele

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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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