Title Carlyle and Dickens.
Publisher University of Georgia Press. Athens. 1972 1st edition.
Seller ID 74015
Size 7.25 x 10.25 inches. In green cloth covers with gilt to spine. With illustrated dustwrapper. Pale green endpapers. 248pp. With b/w portrait frontis. In very good condition with very good dustwrapper (dw; spine slightly faded. Small marks and small hole to front. Not price clipped). Mild foxing to edges. Else a clean and tight copy. Charles Dickens claimed that it was Thomas Carlyle who had influenced him the most. Here the author discusses Carlyle and Dickens and suggests that it was Carlyleís influence that made Dickensí later novels so powerful.
Literature::Literary Criticism MICHAEL GOLDBERG, Carlyle, Dickens, Charles Dickens, Thomas Carlyle, influence, later novels, powerful, first edition dustwrapper