DICKENS WRITES TO A CONTRIBUTOR TO HIS MAGAZINE: I WISH TO GIVE EACH OF YOUR PAPERS A SEPARATE NAME SO THAT EACH MAY SEEM, FOR THE TIME BEING, COMPLETE. Dickens, a beloved English writer, is best remembered for A Tale Of Two Cities , Oliver Twist , David Copperfield , Great Expectations and A Christmas Carol. An autograph letter signed Charles Dickens to Edward Eastwick, a British diplomat who wrote to Dickens. Dickens wrote on the colorful letterhead of Office of All the Year Round. Dickens’ weekly publication: I wish to give each of your papers a separate name so that each may seem, for the time being, complete. Will you let me know. Hat title you would prefer for your first chapter, and will you let me have some more manuscript to send to the printer? It is unnecessary to remark, perhaps, that when you collect your papers. You can either use these separate headings as titles of chapters, or abolish them altogether. The original mailing envelope, in Dickenss handwriting, is included. The letter is in fine condition except for two light stains and a bit of ink offset. All items are issued with an invoice that states in writing at the bottom All autographs and historical papers are guaranteed authentic for life by me. New Jersey residents, please add 7% for the Governor’s salary ;. The item “Charles Dickens handwritten letter 1865 writing to magazine contributor” is in sale since Saturday, August 29, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “stuartlutz” and is located in Short Hills, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Signed by: Charles Dickens