ONE MUST BEGIN with Dickens. A chapter by Christopher Hibbert in Charles Dickens, 18121870 centenary volume, edited by E. W. F. Tomlin, and The London of Charles Dickens, published by London Transport with aid from the Dickens Fellowship, make a similar study here superfluous both are illustrated, the latter giving instructions for reaching surviving Dickensian buildings. Neither warns the reader of Dickens's conscious and unconscious imaginative distortion, considered in Humphrey House's The Dickens World. Dickens himself imagined Captain Cuttle hiding in Switzerland and Paul Dombey's wild waves saying Paris the association between the writing and the place of writing is so curiously strong in my mind. Author and character may be in two places at once. I could not listen at my fireside, for five minutes to the outer noises, but it was borne into my ears that I was dead. Our Mutual Friend
Library Review – Emerald Publishing
Published: May 1, 1972
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