Life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit, his relatives, friends, and enemies : comprising all his wills and his ways : with an historical record of what he did, and what he didn't : showing, moreover, who inherited the family plate, who came in for the silver spoons, and who for the wooden ladles : the whole forming a complete key to the house of Chuzzlewit, no. 6Public
The main theme of the novel according to Dickens's preface is selfishness, portrayed in a satirical fashion using all the members of the Chuzzlewit family. Dickens introduced the first private detective character in this novel. The original parts issued from January 1843 to July 1844. Chapters 13-15: Chapter 13. Showing, what became of Martin and his desperate resolve, after he left Mr. Pecksniff's house; what persons he encountered; what anxieties he suffered; and what news he heard -- Chapter 14. In which Martin bids adieu to the lady of his love; and honours an obscure individual whose fortune he intends to make, by commending her to his protection -- Chapter 15. The burden whereof, is Hail Columbia!
- In Collection:
- Call Number: PR4563 A1 1843
- University of Victoria Libraries Special Collections, PR4563 A1 1843
- 20 numbers in 19 volumes (642, xiv, 20 unnumbered leaves of plates) ; 23 cm
- Martin Chuzzlewit
- 52.16045, -0.70312
- Victorian Serial Novels Collection
- Donor: Dr. Claude E. Emery
- August 31, 2010
- 24 bit colour; 40% original size; 150 dpi med quality (5) jpg; 24 bit colour 400 dpi bmpScanned and compressed by CDW/SR; metadata by GF and KD.
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