Dickens: London into Kent
In the first half of this book Peter Clark illuminates the settings of Dickens's London scenes as they feature in his writing. The second half of this book takes the reader to the places Dickens knew and imaginatively wove into the tapestry of his stories: Chatham and Rochester, Canterbury and Dover.
Peter Clark is a writer, translator and consultant who was director of the British Council in Syria (1992–97). He has written books on Marmaduke Pickthall, Wilfred Thesiger, and Charles Dickens, and has translated fiction and non-fiction from Arabic. He is the author of Damascus Diaries: Life under the Assads.
Pub Date: 2014
Format: Hardback with bw illus.
Size: 4.50 x 8.00 inches
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