“Night is generally my time for walking. In the summer I often leave home early in the morning, and roam about fields and lanes all day… but saving in the country I seldom go out until after dark, though, Heaven be thanked, I love its light and feel the cheerfulness it sheds upon the earth, as much as any creature living”.
DICKENS, Charles (1812-70). The Old Curiosity Shop And Master Humphrey’s Clock.
Interior: Occasional foxing and light soiling, contents page and last page of text are detached but present, tearing and chipping to these detached pages- without loss to text, some tears throughout with minor loss to bottom blank margins in places- without loss to text.
Exterior: Contemporary half black morocco spine lettered in gilt (boards worn), decorative green and gilt endpapers.
8vo. London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1909.
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