Published July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||622|
First American Edition of the First Volume of Household Words DICKENS, Charles. Household Words. A Weekly Journal. Conducted by Charles Dickens. Volume I. New York: George P. Putnam, First American edition of the first volume. Containing A Child's Dream of a Star, among many others. Original green cloth, gilt-stamped on front cover. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Household Words: A Weekly Journal, Volume 10 by Charles Dickens (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Household Words: A Weekly Journal, Volume 1 at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5. The fact that most of the contributors to Charles Dickens's first periodical, Household Words (published from to ), were anonymous has meant that in some highly important respects the character of the publication has been hidden. Using as a basis the Household Words Office Book (in the Morris L. Parrish collection of Victorian Novelists in the Princeton University .
Household Words: A Weekly Journal Conducted by Charles Dickens — Table of Contents, List of Contributors and Their Contributions Based on The Household Words Office Book in the Morris L. Parrish Collection of Victorian Novelists, Princeton University Library. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Schlicke, Paul. Household Words. Household Words was the name of a weekly literary magazine edited by the well-known writer Charles Dickens in the s. The name was revived of the journal edited by his son, Charles Dickens Jr. in the s. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.) Publication History. Household Words began publishing in From. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Household words: a weekly journal , conducted by Charles Dickens at Read honest and 3/5. The name of the new series, the first edition to be published after Dickens's death in — "The Household Edition — was chosen in part, of course, because of the appeal of Household Words, which readers brought up in the s would probably have enjoyed as "family" "Household" may also refer to the fact that this was literally an edition "for the home," and was .
All the Year Round was a Victorian periodical, being a British weekly literary magazine founded and owned by Charles Dickens, published between and throughout the United by Dickens, it was the direct successor to his previous publication Household Words, abandoned due to differences with his former : Editor: Charles Dickens. Book Description. In , Charles Dickens founded Household Words, a weekly miscellany intended to instruct and entertain an ever-widening middle-class readership. Published in the decade following the Great Exhibition of , the journal appeared at a key moment in the emergence of commodity culture in Victorian England. Household Words A Weekly Journal, , Conducted by Charles Dickens. Table of Contents, List of Contributors and Their Contributions, Based on the Household Words Office Book in the Morris L. Parrish Collection of Victorian Novelists, Princeton University Library Compiled by Anne Lohrli University of Toronto Press, This is a list of British periodicals established in the 19th century, excluding daily newspapers.. The periodical press flourished in the 19th century: the Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals plans to eventually list over , titles; the current Series 3 li titles. 19th-century periodicals have been the focus of extensive indexing efforts, such as that of.