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1910. Dickens correspondence with Kolle, it is thought, has a distinct interest of its own and contributes something to Dickens' biography, although it gives a sketch of a period rather than the complete chapter supplied by the Beadnell group. Some of the present series are the earliest known letters of Dickens; others have a direct connection with the love affair with Maria Beadnell, many of them, in a few sentences, give a more graphic idea of the life of the author as a young man than any correspondences or reminiscences yet published. They are redolent of the joys and dreams of youth and not untinged by its occasional sadness. The first of the letters was written in 1830; the last of the early series in 1835. After the latter date Dickens and Kolle, for 25 years, held little if any communication. In 1859, four years after the reappearance of Maria Beadnell, Kolle wrote to his old friend, and again in 1865. The novelist's answers to these two later letters from a part of the present collection. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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A comprehensive research and study guide for several novels by Charles Dickens, including plot summaries, thematic analyses, lists of characters, and critical views.

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