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DICKENS, Charles (1812-1870). Novelist.
Autograph Letter (third person) to Mr Moor, 1 page 8vo with blank leaf, Tavistock House, 27 March 1855. An oblique allusion to A Christmas Carol. Dickens assures Moor ' that he has taken no offence' and that 'he does not read for money'.
See The Letters, where this letter is published and another, dated four days earlier, tells Moor that 'he has no evening to spare to read the Carol and that he has no terms for doing so'.
[No: 23827]


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