Vol. 1: 1825-1850
edited by Laura BartoliMuch more than a simple correspondence, this volume contains the first part of a selection of over 150 letters unpublished in Italian, set in a biographical narrative, to compose the most compelling story that Dickens ever wrote, but never would have published. The author gives us a first-hand account of the impetus of youth, the passions and dramas that led and intertwined to global fame and accompanies us until the conception of his masterpiece and literary alter ego David Copperfield. Dickens thus becomes the protagonist and spectator of the scene that we see him sharing with the greats of his time, including Washington Irving, Victor Hugo, Elizabeth Gaskell, Queen Victoria and Michael Faraday. A concentrate of energies that spans the centuries and that offers us the extraordinary emotion of sitting at the desk in the company of the one and only Charles Dickens.
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