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Dickens in camp :
is the tribute Bret Harte paid to the memory of the great English novelist, and many people consider it the Californian's masterpiece in verse : springing from a deep admiration for the works of Dickens, which had exercised a profound influence over Bret Harte's childhood, it was written spontaneously, a few hours after the news of the death of Dickens had reached San Francisco : at the time when the whole English-speaking world was offering homage to the dead master, this short poem, so impassioned & sincere, came from far-off California, and by universal consent has been proclaimed the finest expression of feeling brought forth by an event that spread sadness over the earth.

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Main Author: Harte, Bret, 1836-1902.
Language(s): English
Published: San Francisco : John Henry Nash, 1923.
Subjects: Dickens, Charles, > Dickens, Charles, / 1812-1870.
Note: Title page enclosed within single red rule; printer's device on title page; printed on laid paper with water mark of unicorn, fore and bottom edges deckled.
"... Printed by John Henry Nash as a gift to the Book Club of California from the manuscript now in the Bender collection at Mills College."
Physical Description: 6 leaves : ill., facsims. ; 31 cm.
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