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|Genre/Form:||Records and correspondence
|Named Person:||Charles Dickens|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Dickens; Graham Storey; Margaret Brown; British Academy.
|Description:||xxvi, 813 pages,  pages of plates : portrait ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Preface ; Biographical Table ; Abbreviations and Symbols ; THE LETTERS, 1868-1870 ; APPENDICES ; A. Addenda and Corrigenda Vols. I to XI (1820-1867) ; B. The Public Readings ; C. List of Readings sent to W. H. Wills, 25 February 1868 ; D. Walking Match, 29 February 1868 ; E. Draft Appeal for Cattermole Fund ; F. Agreement between CD, Frederick Chapman and Henry Merivale Trollope ; G. R. H. Horne to CD, 22 October 1869 ; H. Chapman & Hall to Fields, Osgood, 23 February 1870 ; I. Edward Bulwer Lytton re CD, 1869 ; J. CD's Will and Codicil ; K. Alfred Dickens to Rusden ; Addenda ; Cumulative Index of Correspondents for all 12 Volumes ; Index of Names and Places|
|Responsibility:||general editors, Madeline House, Graham Storey, Kathleen Tillotson. ; edited by Graham Storey ; associate editor, Margaret Brown ; consultant, Kathleeen Tillotson.|
Storey's achievement is outstanding, and every reader of Dickens has cause to be grateful to him.' Claire Tomalin, Times Literary Supplement What distinguishes the Pilgrim edition is that it is