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Master Humphrey's clock : [incomplete draft of the work]

In cold and brutal London, Little Nell and her devoted grandfather struggle to get by. Her grandfather wants the best for Nell, but in his efforts to secure her future, he ends up squandering what little money they have, and the two find themselves penniless. They wander as beggars, encountering a diverse crew of characters, all while pursued by friends and enemies from their past. The Old Curiosity Shop was an instant success when it was published, and even Queen Victoria read and enjoyed it. A tragic and moving tale of love and dedication against great obstacles, The Old Curiousiy Shop is an.

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  • "(Negozio delle antichità)"
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  • "Old curiosity shop, Hard times"@en
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  • "Tale of two cities ; Great expectations ; Master Humphrey's clock"
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  • "The Old Curiosity Shop: Collectors' Edition (Annotated and Illustrated with Audio Links) The Solus Press Collectors' Edition of Charles Dickens's novel The Old Curiosity Shop is a beautifully presented and entirely new digital production that gathers resources from a selection of original materials and wraps them around the engaging and tragic story of Little Nell Trent and her grandfather. The combination of stunning design and high quality artwork together with informative and insightful Publisher's Notes on the historical context of the work and its use of illustration, add value to the reading experience and make this eBook a delight to own. The Solus Press Collectors' Edition of The Old Curiosity Shop celebrates the bicentenary year of Charles Dickens's birth, in 2012-and was first made available in that year, on the very same date that the first weekly instalment of The Old Curiosity Shop was originally published by Dickens.-"
  • "In cold and brutal London, Little Nell and her devoted grandfather struggle to get by. Her grandfather wants the best for Nell, but in his efforts to secure her future, he ends up squandering what little money they have, and the two find themselves penniless. They wander as beggars, encountering a diverse crew of characters, all while pursued by friends and enemies from their past. The Old Curiosity Shop was an instant success when it was published, and even Queen Victoria read and enjoyed it. A tragic and moving tale of love and dedication against great obstacles, The Old Curiousiy Shop is an."@en
  • "Illustrations from the 1897 edition of The Old Curiosity Shop courtesy of the Mercantile Library Association of New York."
  • "Follow the story of little orphan Nell Trent, living in her grandfather's curiosity shop in London."
  • "A novel following the life of Nell Trent an orphan, who lives with her grandfather in his shop of odds and ends. Nell does not complain, but she lives a lonely existence with almost no friends her own age. Her only friend is Kit, an honest boy employed at the shop, whom she is teaching to write. Obsessed with ensuring that Nell does not die in poverty as her parents did, her grandfather attempts to make Nell a good inheritance through gambling at cards. He borrows heavily from the evil Daniel Quilp and in the end, gambles away what little money they have. Quilp seizes the opportunity to take possession of the shop and evict Nell and her grandfather."@en
  • "Master Humphrey's Clock, besides providing the original setting for The Old Curiosity Shop and Barnaby Rudge, was the scene of Dickens's revival of Mr. Pickwick and the Wellers.\A Child's History of England is not representative of Victorian schoolroom history: filled with distrust for the 'good old days', it gives 'an unsparing picture of prolonged wickedness in high places, exposed with lurid detail and much rough sarcasm'."@en
  • "CLASSIC FICTION. Gentle Nell Trent lives a simple, if solitary life with her doting grandfather in his curiosity shop. Her parents died in poverty and unbeknownst to Nell her grandfather is obsessed with winning her an inheritance through gambling, but is forced to borrow heavily from malicious money-lender Quilp. As their debts mount up Nell and her grandfather are forced to flee London, pursued by the vindictive Quilp and others who seek to exploit them, in Dicken's classic tale of pathos and villainy."
  • "Beautiful, honest Nell Trent lives with her devoted Grandfather in his Old Curiosity Shop, an enchanting shop of odds and ends. Desperate to make a better life for his Nell, Grandfather secretly gambles and gets deeply into debt with the unscrupulous Quilp. When what little money they have is lost in a game of cards, Quilp claims The Old Curiosity Shop as payment for the loans."
  • "Includes "The Old Curiosity Shop," in which Little Nell and her grandfather are left destitute when the evil Quilp seizes their Old Curiosity Shop in payment for their overdue debts, and "A Tale of Two Cities," the classic tale of love, courage, and sacrifice set against the cataclysmic events of the French Revolution."@en
  • "Presents two serial publications: "Master Humphrey's Clock," in which an old gentleman shares stories with a group of companions, and "A Child's History of England," recounting notable events in English history from ancient times through the nineteenth century."@en
  • "Charles Dickens's classic periodical contained a frame story, several short stories, and two novels. This publication contains just the frame story and the short stories. Master Humprey, a lonely London man, decides to start up a club where the members would read aloud the manuscripts that Master Humphrey kept in an old longcase clock. The members include Mr Pickwick, who also stars in Dickens's 'The Pickwick Papers'."
  • "Spec. Coll."@en
  • "This novel is a frequently and deliberately sentimental story of pursuit and courage in adversity, of malevolent and vile villains and the plucky and downtrodden characters who oppose them and their evil actions."@en
  • "Master Humphrey's Clock was originally a weekly magazine published by Charles Dickens between 1840 and 1841. The collection includes a number of short stories in addition to two novels: The Old Curiosity Shop and Barnaby Rudge. The eponymous character, Master Humphrey, is the most important narrator in all this series of stories, but not the only narrator. He starts the narrative by introducing himself. He is a crippled man who lives alone and who is fond of storytelling. He has a circle of friends who share the same hobby. They include a merchant, a deaf gentleman and Mr. Pickwick. They all organize weekly meetings at Master Humphrey's to read stories aloud and discuss them. The clock of the title is situated at the center of Master Humphrey's table around which the group sit. Another character named Mr. Weller decides to run another storytelling club in the house's kitchen and gathers around him the house's maid and a barber, among others. This mirror club is called Mr. Weller's Watch. In Master Humphrey's Clock, some of the characters reappear in different stories, like Mr. Pickwick. Besides, some of these short stories serve as frame narratives for other stories, which explains the importance of having the series published together."@en
  • "The emotional tale of Little Nell and her doting grandfather, played out against the backdrop of a cold and brutal London. The twosome abandon their home to escape debt and roam the countryside as beggars. Relentlessly pursued by a malicious moneylender and encountering ne'er-do-wells, con artists, and the persevering poor, they also find goodness and generosity, love and loyalty."@en
  • "The emotional tale of Little Nell and her doting grandfather, played out against the backdrop of a cold and brutal London. The twosome abandon their home to escape debt and roam the countryside as beggars. Relentlessly pursued by a malicious moneylender and encountering ne'er-do-wells, con artists, and the persevering poor, they also find goodness and generosity, love and loyalty."
  • "A story of the road, a genre at which Dickens excelled. Little Nell and her grandfather, pursued relentlessly through England by the evil and loathsome dwarf Quilp, meet a fascinating variety of vividly portrayed characters, including Mrs. Jarley, and Codlin and Short, the Punch and Judy men."@en
  • "Little Nell and her grandfather, forced by poverty and debts to leave the shop, are relentlessly pursued by Quilp, the ugly dwarf to whom the money is owed. They search for peace with the devotion of Kit, but Nell dies early of exhaustion."
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop is a novel by Charles Dickens. The plot follows the life of Nell Trent and her grandfather, both residents of The Old Curiosity Shop in London. The Old Curiosity Shop was one of two novels (the other being Barnaby Rudge) which Dickens published along with short stories in his weekly serial Master Humphrey's Clock, which lasted from 1840 to 1841. The Old Curiosity Shop was printed as a separate book in 1841. The Old Curiosity Shop tells the story of Nell Trent, a beautiful and virtuous young girl of 'not quite fourteen ..."@en
  • "Little Nell is a 14-year-old girl with a heart of gold raised by her kind, secretive grandfather. He runs an antique shop, and borrows significant sums of money from Mr.Quilp, the moneylender. No one knows what the grandfather does with the money, but he is thought to be rich and increasing his assets. Then the secret comes out: the old man is a gambler, he hopes to secure the future of his beloved granddaughter by winning a fortune. That, of course, never happens. The grandfather keeps losing, gambling the money away every night and sinking deeper in debt. When Mr.Quilp finds out where his money is going, he takes the shop from the old man, and Little Nell and her grandfather flee from London. They live as beggars and travel mostly on foot, Little Nell leading the way and taking care of her devastated grandfather who becomes a weak, childlike creature unable to think for himself."@en
  • "The sensational bestselling story of Little Nell, the beautiful child thrown into a shadowy, terrifying world, seems to belong less to the history of the Victorian novel than to folklore, fairy tale, or myth. The sorrows of Nell and her grandfather are offset by Dickens's creation of a dazzling contemporary world inhabited by some of his most brilliantly drawn characters-the eloquent ne'er-do-well Dick Swiveller; the hungry maid known as the "Marchioness"; the mannish lawyer Sally Brass; Quilp's brow-beaten mother-in-law; and Quilp himself, the lustful, vengeful dwarf, whose demonic energy makes a vivid counterpoint to Nell's purity."@en
  • "The sensational bestselling story of Little Nell, the beautiful child thrown into a shadowy, terrifying world, seems to belong less to the history of the Victorian novel than to folklore, fairy tale, or myth. The sorrows of Nell and her grandfather are offset by Dickens's creation of a dazzling contemporary world inhabited by some of his most brilliantly drawn characters-the eloquent ne'er-do-well Dick Swiveller; the hungry maid known as the "Marchioness"; the mannish lawyer Sally Brass; Quilp's brow-beaten mother-in-law; and Quilp himself, the lustful, vengeful dwarf, whose demonic energy makes a vivid counterpoint to Nell's purity."
  • "First serialized in 1840, the tale of Little Nell roused unprecedented hype for its conclusion-the Harry Potter of its day In an old curiosity shop, amidst the gloom and poverty, lives a grandfather and his beautiful granddaughter, ""Little Nell"" Trent. When Nell's grandfather gambles away money borrowed from the vengeful and sadistic Daniel Quilp,"@en
  • "After Little Nell's grandfather loses his money gambling, and they roam the country as beggars, even more tragedy ensues--Novelist."@en
  • "Little Nell lives with her grandfather in the old curiosity shop which he keeps. He owes money to Quilp, who is furious when he realises that Nell's grandfather has been gambling in the hope of giving Nell a better life. Pursued throughout the land for their debts, the pair seek a new life and the happiness which always eludes them."@en
  • "A novel that details the life of a young orphaned girl named Nell Trent. She lives with her loving grandfather in his London curiosity shop, until a gamble for wealth forces them to leave for the English countryside, penniless. After their departure, they are sought by both friends who wish to help them and cruel men with harmful designs."
  • "Starring - Natalie Ogle - Sebastian Shaw - Christopher Fairbank - Trevor Peacock - Colin Jeavons - Patsy Byrne - Granville Saxton - Donald Bisset."@en
  • "In a run-down part of London, where criminals and honest people live side-by side, Nell lives with her grandfather in the Old Curiosity Shop. They are very poor, and Nell is worried because her grandfather stays out all night and then is upset and ill when he returns. When disaster strikes, Nell must try to protect herself and her grandfather from people who wish them harm, including the evil Mr. Quip."
  • "Little Nell and her old grandfather keep a curiosity shop while reduced to poverty by a spendthrift son-in-law and Nell's profligate brother. Daniel Quilp, a hideous dwarf and monster of iniquity, lends money to the grandfather and later seizes the shop. They flee and wander about the country suffering great hardships until they find a haven in cottage by a country church. Eventually, Nell dies worn out with her troubles and the grandfather soon follows her."@en
  • "It has been developed as an enhanced and user-friendly eBook resource, which does not represent, or reproduce, any previously existing print version. Its sources include digitally reclaimed, remodelled and enhanced imagery, mostly taken from the latter part of the 19th century, which has been incorporated into, or has inspired, the original artwork created for this publication. The text of this version is from two different sources and the 32 illustrations accompanying it are the complete set from a later edition of the work, circa 1900, representing a selection of the original wood engravings approved by Dickens. The illustrations in this eBook have the capacity to be displayed as larger and sharper images, depending on the capabilities of the reading device and its e-reading software.-"
  • "Young Nell and her grandfather are forced to flee London and their curio shop when their money-grubbing landlord finds out that the grandfather has been gambling away money borrowed to help the shop stay afloat. In flight, the two meet a fabulous collection of characters in colorful 19th century England."
  • "First published in 1841."@en
  • "Little Nell and her grandfather are left destitute when the evil Quilp seizes their Old Curiosity Shop in payment for their overdue debts."@en
  • "A cruel dwarf who wishes to marry Nell Trent takes advantage of her grandfather's passion for gambling to gain control of the curiosity shop he owns."@en
  • "The Victorian tale of Little Nell, a girl who is uprooted from her secure and innocent childhood and cast into a world of evil when she and her grandfather are pursued relentlessly through England by the evil and loathsome dwarf Quilp."
  • "The Victorian tale of Little Nell, a girl who is uprooted from her secure and innocent childhood and cast into a world of evil when she and her grandfather are pursued relentlessly through England by the evil and loathsome dwarf Quilp."@en
  • ""The Victorian tale of Little Nell, a girl who is uprooted from her secure and innocent childhood and cast into a world of evil when she and her grandfather are pursued relentlessly through England by the evil and loathsome dwarf Quilp.""
  • "The story of Little Nell, the beautiful child thrown into a shadowy, terrifying world, seems to belong less to the history of the Victorian novel than to folklore, fairy tale, or myth. The sorrows of Nell and her grandfather are offset by Dickens's creation of a dazzling contemporary world inhabited by some of his most brilliantly drawn characters-the eloquent ne'er-do-well Dick Swiveller; the hungry maid known as the "Marchioness"; the mannish lawyer Sally Brass; Quilp's brow-beaten mother-in-law; and Quilp himself, the lustful, vengeful dwarf, whose demonic energy makes a vivid counterpoint to Nell's purity."
  • "Based on Dickens classic novel The Old Curiosity Shop tells the tale of Little Nell Trent (Sophie Vavasseur) who lives with her doting grandfather (Jacobi) in his London shop. It is a magical place, filled from wall to wall with dust-laden treasures, known as The Old Curiosity Shop. Grandfather keeps his nocturnal gambling activities a secret, borrowing heavily from evil, profiteering loan shark Daniel Quilp (Jones). When he gambles away what little money they possess, Quilp seizes the opportunity to take possession of their beloved shop. It seems Nell and Grandfather are left with only one option - to escape. The pair fall in with a number of colourful characters, some villainous and some affectionate, on the run from Quilp and his band of misguided money seekers, including Nells own wastrel brother Freddie (Dick) and his gullible friend Dick Swiveller (Breton)."@en
  • "The story of the life of a young girl named Nell Trent and her grandfather, both residents of The Old Curiosity Shop in London."@en
  • "A novel with diverse elements and many characters, including Little Nell and her grandfather, whose story forms the tragic part. For other editions, see Author Catalog."@en
  • "A novel with diverse elements and many characters, including Little Nell and her grandfather, whose story forms the tragic part. For other editions, see Author Catalog."
  • "The Solus Press Collectors' Editions are primarily intended for high resolution tablet devices and will present best when viewed that way-though should be equally suitable for use with the majority of ePUB compatible e-reading devices and desktop e-readers. An appendix provides an alternative contents menu that links to matching audio recordings."
  • "Young, sweet Nell's life is thrown into disarray when her grandfather's debts catch up with him. When moneylender Daniel Quilp, takes over their shop to repay the debt, Nell and her grandfather are forced to escape to find another life. This 1841 exercise in pathos and villainy defines 'Dickensian' in all its fascinatingly repulsive excess."@en
  • "The sensational bestselling story of Little Nell, the beautiful child thrown into a shadowy, terrifying world, seems to belong less to the history of the Victorian novel than to folklore, fairy tale, or myth. The sorrows of Nell and her grandfather are offset by Dickens's creation of a dazzling contemporary world inhabited by some of his most brilliantly drawn characters-the eloquent ne'er-do-well Dick Swiveller; the hungry maid known as the "Marchioness"; the mannish lawyer Sally Brass; Quilp's brow-beaten mother-in-law; and Quilp himself, the lustful, vengeful dwarf, whose demonic energy makes a vivid counterpoint to Nell's purity. Annotation. The story of 'Little Nell' gripped the nation when it first appeared. Described as a 'tragedy of sorrows', it tells of Nell uprooted from a secure and innocent childhood and cast into a world where evil takes many shapes, the most fascinating of which is the stunted, lecherous Quilp. He is Nell's tormenter and destroyer, and it is his demonic energy that dominates the book."
  • "The sensational bestselling story of Little Nell, the beautiful child thrown into a shadowy, terrifying world, seems to belong less to the history of the Victorian novel than to folklore, fairy tale, or myth. The sorrows of Nell and her grandfather are offset by Dickens's creation of a dazzling contemporary world inhabited by some of his most brilliantly drawn characters-the eloquent ne'er-do-well Dick Swiveller; the hungry maid known as the "Marchioness"; the mannish lawyer Sally Brass; Quilp's brow-beaten mother-in-law; and Quilp himself, the lustful, vengeful dwarf, whose demonic energy makes a vivid counterpoint to Nell's purity. Annotation. The story of 'Little Nell' gripped the nation when it first appeared. Described as a 'tragedy of sorrows', it tells of Nell uprooted from a secure and innocent childhood and cast into a world where evil takes many shapes, the most fascinating of which is the stunted, lecherous Quilp. He is Nell's tormenter and destroyer, and it is his demonic energy that dominates the book."@en
  • ""Presents Charles Dickens' celebrated novels 'The Old Curiosity Shop' and 'A Tale of Two Cities.'" The Old Curiosity Shop: "The Victorian tale of Little Nell, a girl who is uprooted from her secure and innocent childhood and cast into a world of evil when she and her grandfather are pursued relentlessly through England by the evil and loathsome dwarf Quilp." The Tale of Two Cities: "A novel of the French Revolution. 'The two cities are London and Paris. The plot hinges on the physical likeness of Charles Darnay and Sidney Carton, both of whom are in love with Lucie Manette. Lucie loves Darnay, and Sydney Carton, who is a dissipated ne'er-do-well, never pleads his devotion, but it leads him to the guillotine in place of Darnay for the sake of Lucie's happiness." Reader's Encyc."@en
  • "For the character of Little Nell, the beautiful child thrown into a shadowy, terrifying world, Dickens drew on a tragedy in his own life, the death at the age of seventeen of his sister-in-law Mary Hogarth. Five years later he wrote, 'the desire to be buried next her is as strong upon me now ... and I know (for I don't think there ever was love like that I bear her) that it will never diminish.'" "The sorrows of Nell and her grandfather are offset by Dickens's creation of a dazzling contemporary world inhabited by some of his most brilliantly drawn characters - the eloquent ne'er-do-well Dick Swiveller; the hungry maid known as the 'Marchioness'; the mannish lawyer Sally Brass; Quilp's brow-beaten mother-in-law, and Quilp himself, the lustful, vengeful dwarf, whose demonic energy makes a vivid counterpoint to Nell's purity."
  • "In cold and brutal London, Little Nell and her devoted grandfather struggle to get by. Her grandfather wants the best for Nell, but in his efforts to secure her future, he ends up squandering what little money they have, and the two find themselves penniless. They wander as beggars, encountering a diverse crew of characters, all while pursued by friends and enemies from their past. The Old Curiosity Shop was an instant success when it was published, and even Queen Victoria read and enjoyed it. A tragic and moving tale of love and dedication against great obstacles, The Old Curiousiy Shop is an enduring piece of English literature."@en
  • "Little Nell lives with her grandfather in the old curiosity shop which he keeps. He owes money to Quilp, who is furious when he realizes that Nell's grandfather has been gambling in the hope of giving Nell a better life. Pursued throughout the land for their debts, the pair seek a new life and the happiness that has always eluded them."@en
  • "After little Nell's grandfather loses his money gambling, and they roam the country as beggars, even more tragedy ensues."@en

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  • "The Old Curiosity Shop - I"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock and A childś history of England"
  • "The old curiosity shop / introduction by G. K. Chesterton"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock : [incomplete draft of the work]"@en
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop ... Abridgment and introduction by Anthea Bell"@en
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  • "The Old Curiosity Shop. (With an introduction by G.K. Chesterton.)"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop : and other tales"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop : and other tales"
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop"@en
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop"
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop. (With an introduction by G. K. Chesterton.)"@en
  • "The old Curiosity Shop"
  • "The old curiosity shop ... with illustrations"@en
  • "Lavka drevnosteĭ"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock, and, A child's history of England"
  • "The old curiosity shop. Vol. 1"
  • "Master Humphreys Clock"
  • "The Old curiosity shop, by Charles Dickens... Illustrations by Cattermole and "Phiz"... Introduction by the Earl of Wicklow"
  • "Master Humphrey' Clock ; and A child's history of England"
  • "The old curiosity shop ; The uncommercial traveller"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock : in two volumes"
  • "The Old Curiosity shop"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock in three volumes"
  • "Master Humphrey's Clock : and A child's history of England"
  • "The old curiosity shoph : with the original illustrations"
  • "Master Humphrey's Clock ; and A child's history of England"
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop. With six illustrations by Rosa C. Petherick"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop [vol. 1]. Vol. 1"@en
  • "The Old curiousity shop"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock : [novel]"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock : and A child's history of England"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock : and A child's history of England"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop = (Il negozio delle antichità) : pagine scelte"@it
  • "Master Humphrey's clock : and, A child's history of England"@en
  • "Old curiosity shop"@en
  • "Old curiosity shop"
  • "Master Humphreyś clock"
  • "The old Curiosity Shop : A Tale"
  • "The old curiosity shop : With 25 ill. by Cattermole and 'Phiz'"
  • "The old curiosity shop : with illustr. by John Proctor"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock and a child's history of England"
  • "The old curiosity shop (in, Master humphrey's clock. With illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot Browne : volumes I and II)"@en
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  • "Master Humphrey's Clock. [Omitting the latter part consisting of "Barnaby Rudge."] (To which are added, Papers by Mr. Yellowplush. [By W.M. Thackeray.])"@en
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  • "Master Humphrey's clock : [a novel]"
  • "The old curiosity shop [and reprinted pieces]"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's Clock"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's Clock"
  • "The old curiosity shop. A tale"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's clock ; and A child's history of England"
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop ... With illustrations"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's clock, and A child's history of England, with 29 illus. by George Cattermole, "Phiz," Marcus Stone, and F. W. Topham, and an introd. by Derek Hudson"@en
  • "The old curiousity shop"@en
  • "The old curiousity shop"
  • "Lavka drevnostej"
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop. A tale ... With illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot K. Browne. Complete in one volume"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop : parts one and two : reprinted pieces"@en
  • "Mater Humphrey's clock and A child's history of England"
  • "The old curiosity shop. With the original illustrations"
  • "The old curiosity shop. With the original illustrations"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's clock ... Part first"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop Vol. 1"
  • "The old Curiosity Shop ; introd. by G.K. Chesterton"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock, and : A child's history of England"@en
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop ... Illustrated by W.H.C. Groome"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's clock. Old Curiosity Shop"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop : with 75 ill. by Cattermole and 'Phiz' and an introd. by the Earl of Wicklow"
  • "the old curiousity shop"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's Clock ... Copyright edition"
  • "The old curiosity shop [i.e. Master Humphrey's clock]"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's clock ... : With illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot Browne"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop : With illustrations by H. M. Brock"
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  • "Master Humphrey's clock : in three volumes"
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  • "The Old Curiosity Shop ... Illustrated by W. H. C. Groome"@en
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  • "Old Curiosity Shop"
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  • "Magazyn osobliwości"@pl
  • "The old curiosity shop; a novel"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's clock, and a child's history of England"
  • "The old curiosity shop : Introd. by G. K. Chesterton"
  • "The old curiosityshop"
  • "The Oxford illustrated Dickens The old curiosity shop"
  • "Selected Works"
  • "Master Humphrey's Clock and a Child's History of England"@it
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop [galley proofs]"@en
  • "Master humphrey's clock and a child's history of england"
  • "The old curiosity shop : with a selection of the original illustrations"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's clock and A child's history of England : with 29 ill. by George Cattermole 'Phiz', Marcus Stone and F.W. Topham and an introd. by Derek Hudson"
  • "The old curiosity shop : [novel]"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock ; and, A child's history of England"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's clock and A child's history of England"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's clock and A child's history of England"
  • "The old curiosity shop : With 75 ill. by Cuttermole and "Phiz" and an introd. by the Earl of Wicklow"
  • "The old curiosity shop : With ill. by Cattermole and "Phiz" and an introduction by the Earl of Wicklow"
  • "The old curiosity shop : with 75 illus. by cattermole and phiz and an introd. by the earl of wicklow"
  • "The old curiosity shop and other tales"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop ; A tale of two cities"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop ; A tale of two cities"
  • "The old curiosity shop : With an introd. by Malcolm Andrews and original ill. by George Cattermole and Hablôt K. Browne ("Phiz")"
  • "The old curiosity shop. : a tale"@en
  • "THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP : VOLUME II"
  • "The old curiosity Shop"
  • "Master Humphrey' s clock and A child's history of England"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock : a rare and valuable weekly series first published April 1840 - Dec. [i.e. Nov.] 1841"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop, and other tales. With numerous illustrations by Cattermole, Browne, and Sibson"
  • "The old curiosity shop, and other tales. With numerous illustrations by Cattermole, Browne, and Sibson"@en
  • "The Oxford illustrated Dickens Master Humphrey's clock and A child's history of England"
  • "Charles Dickens"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop : Introd. by G.K. Chesterton"
  • "The old curiosity shop a tale"
  • "The old curiosity shop a tale"@en
  • "Lavka drevnosteǐ : perevod s angliǐskogo"
  • "The old curiosity shop : and Master Humphrey's clock, [hard times]"@en
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop ... With the original illustrations"@en
  • "The Old curiosity shop; With seventy-five illustrations by Cattermole and "Phiz" and an introduction by the Earl of Wicklow"@en
  • "The old Curiosity Shop Simplified version"
  • "The old curiosity shop [in, Master humphrey's clock. With illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot Browne volumes I and II]"@en
  • "Selected works : the old curiosity shop ; A tale of two cities"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's clock and ; A child's history of England"
  • "OLD CURIOSITY SHOP"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop : with seventy-five illustrations"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop, and other tales"
  • "The old curiosity shop, and other tales"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop : Introd. by G.K.Chesterton"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock ; and, A child history of England"
  • "The old curiosity shop 1"
  • "Old curiosity shop. [two cities]"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's clock and A Child's history of England, by Charles Dickens... Illustrations by George Cattermole "Phiz", Marcus Stone and F. W. Topham... Introduction by Derek Hudson"
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop. : a tale"
  • "Master Humphreys Clock and a Child's History of England"
  • ""The Old Curiosity Shop.""@en
  • "The old curiosity shop : [chapters 29-31 & 37 of the novel]"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop, etc"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's clock and : a child's history of England"@en
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop ... Introduction by Margaret Lane"@en
  • "Master Humphrey's clock by "Boz" ... with illustrations"
  • "Master Humphrey's clock and Child's history of England"
  • "The Old curiosity shop"
  • "The Old curiosity shop"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop [in, Master humphrey's clock. With illustrations by George Cattermole and Hablot Browne : volumes I and II]"
  • "The old curiosity shop"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop"
  • "The Old curiosity shop; Reprinted pieces"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop : a novel"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop. [Abridged ed.]"@en
  • "The old curiosity shop [with reprinted pieces.]"@en
  • "The Old Curiosity Shop. [With plates.]"@en

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