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A 2005 documentary, hosted by Miriam Margolyes, about Dickens's 1842 tour of the United States is now out on DVD. Details are here, and you can order it here.
Posted at 11:09 PM in American Notes, Dickens films | Permalink
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Hi, I just read your insightful review of Sam Wasson's *5th Avenue, 5 a.m.* over at Books & Culture this morning. I thought you might want to know that the link posted at the end of the article, directing to this blog, is a broken link (it looks as though someone added an extra letter to the URL). Literary blogger type that I am, I was intrigued enough by the name Dickensblog to chase it down through Google :) but I thought you might want to know in case other folks might not be as persistent.
Sorry for the off-topic comment on this post, but I couldn't find any other way to contact you. Enjoyed the visit here, and will definitely come back!
March 08, 2011 at 10:32 AM
Oh, thanks, Beth. I'll contact the editor over there. Glad you chased us down! :-)
March 08, 2011 at 11:59 AM
What a lovely cover!
March 10, 2011 at 10:15 AM
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