Household Words Volumes XIV & XV From November 5th 1887 to October 27th 1888 Nos 341 – 392
Household Words was a weekly magazine edited by Charles Dickens which took its name from the line from Shakespeare "Familiar in his mouth as household words" — Henry V. Household Words was originally published every Wednesday from March 1850 to May 1859. Following the break up with Bradbury and Evans Dickens published a new weekly, named All the Year Round. After the death of his father Charles Dickens & Evans revived Household Words in 1881 which continued until late the 1890’s.
This bound volume of the later edition contains two volumes bound in one;
Volume XIV November 5th 1887 to April 28th 1888 Nos 341-366
Volume XV May 5th 1888 to October 27th 1888 Nos 367-392
- Publisher Bradbury and Evans, London; 185
- Half Leather Marbled Covered Boards Hardback, Gilt Titles, pp
- Size 235 x 155mm, 1.1kg
Condition: Very Good – No Dust Jacket, Rubbing To Edges, No Inscriptions, Very Good Copy
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