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Macmillan Press, London - first edition ISBN:0333363787, 1985. Softcover, 8½" x 5½. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, and barcode cut from ffep. Book in VERY GOOD condition. With preface, Biographical Table, Select bibliography, and Index. Students of Dickens know the importance of his letters to an assessment of his life, his social views, and his thoughts about a role of art in an industrial society. Readers new to Dickens will find in these letters fascinating glimpses of a secretive yet public man. This selection portrays one of the world's greatest novelists at his best.