made up set of extra illustrations to Master Humphreys clock
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made up set of extra illustrations to Master Humphreys clock comprising Barnaby Rudge and the Old curiosity shop by Jacob Parallel

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Published by s.n. in [London .
Written in English

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Statementby Charles Dickens.
ContributionsDickens, Charles, 1812-1870., Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870., Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870.
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Open LibraryOL13905427M

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  The book is about Master Humphreys who along with his friends, meet at a weekly club. It is also about his friendship with a deaf man. Dickens also introduces the character Mr Pickwick. The book is divided into six chapters, & whilst it took me a short while to 4/5(22). American Notes & Master Humphrey's Clock Dated C's Charles Dickens Hardback Book Antiquarian Book Classic Literatrue Ridgways Child's Tea Set / England / Humphrey's Clock / Charles Dickens / Old Curiosity Shop / Blue Transferware / Flow Blue / Antique Humphreys Clock, England, Scenes from Chas Dickens Old Curiosity Shop.   Since The Mystery of Edwin Drood was only half a story, the volume that Ernie gave me at our last Gentlemen's Book Club included Master Humphrey's Clock at the back, I suppose as a kind of compensation. Dickens originally wrote it as a weekly periodical between April and December The illustrations, which I loved, were by George Cattermole and Hablot Browne, better known /5. The friends gather one night a week between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m., and with the formation of their fictional literary club, Charles Dickens launched Master Humphrey's Clock, a weekly periodical that he published from to

Humphreys Clock is a series of views depicting scenes from Charles Dickens' stories, taken from the illustrations in a magazine, in which Dickens' stories were first published. Backstamp: Scenes from Chas Dickens Old Curiosity Shop England WRS & Co Humphrey's Clock Ridgways and . Charles Dickens wrote and edited a weekly serial called "Master Humphreys Clock" from April 4th until December 4th It was was made up of short stories based around Master Humphrey and included two novels called "The Old Curiosity Shop" and "Barnaby Rudge". Originally Dickens did not wish the publications to be collected. About this Item: Published by Chapman and Hall no date circa. , London, , between pages to each volume illustrated frontispieces and illustrations throughout, very heavy set that may require extra shipping overseas Early editions, light wear to the extremities, light rubbing to the boards, some corners bumped, "FMD" stamped. [a handsome copy] With Illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot Browne. [In Three Volumes.] London: Chapman and Hall, // Original blind-stamped purple-brown cloth with gilt-decorated spines and front covers. First Edition in boo.

  Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. An illustration of a horizontal line over an up pointing arrow. Upload. An illustration of a person's head and chest. Master Humphrey's Clock Item Preview remove-circle. Master Humphrey's Clock Author Dickens, Charles Format/binding Illustrated by George Cattermole and Hablot Browne. Three frontispieces, numerous illustrations in text. iv, , pp; vi, Book condition Used - Contemporary three-quarter green morocco. A bit rubbed, front joint of vol. II tender. Very Good Quantity available 1 Edition.   I actually haven't read the first part of the book: "Master Humphreys Clock" but loved "A Child's History of England". Rather like Howard Zinn's "Peoples History of the United States", Dickens is brutally honest (if that word could be used when there didn't seem to be any references) about the Kings and Queens of s: 7. Barnaby Rudge was one of two novels (the other was The Old Curiosity Shop) that Dickens published in his short-lived ( - ) weekly serial Master Humphrey's Clock. Barnaby Rudge is largely set during the Gordon Riots of Barnaby Rudge was the fifth of Dickens' novels to be published.