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The Making of the Morgan from Charles McKim to Renzo Piano

Paul Spencer Byard, Cynthia Davidson, Charles E. Pierce, Jr., and Brian Regan
2008. 204 pages. Color illustrations.
9 x 12 inches. Hardcover.

Price: $35.00

Studying Nature
Oil Sketches from the Thaw Collection

Jennifer Tonkovich, Esther Bell, et al.
2011. 159 pages. Color illustrations.
9.75 x 11.75 inches. Hardcover.

Price: $30.00

Miracles in Miniature: The Art of the Master of Claude de France

Roger S. Wieck, with contributions by Francisco H. Trujillo
2014. 95 pages.
Color illustrations. Paperback.

Price: $25.00

Marks of Genius: Masterpieces from the Collections of the Bodleian Libraries

Stephen Hebron
2014. 300 pages.
200 color illustrations.
9.5 x 11 inches. Hardcover.

Price: $65.00

A Dialogue with Nature: Romantic Landscapes from Britain and Germany

Matthew Hargraves and Rachel Sloan
2014. 84 pages.
40 color illustrations.
8.25 x 8.25 inches. Paperback.

Price: $20.00


Charles Dickens Journal (small)
Charles Dickens Journal (small)
176 lined, acid-free pages
Smythe-sewn binding
Magnetic flap closure
5.5 x 3.75 inches

Product Code: 5397051010313


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Charles Dickens (18121870) is heralded as one of England's foremost novelists, with his rich prose, remarkable characters, and vivid and detailed depictions of Victorian society. Born in 1812, Dickens witnessed firsthand the class inequalities of British society during the height of the industrial Revolution. His works highlighted the challenges faced by the working poor and disadvantaged. Famously prolific, Dickens wrote his novels in installments, as was common in the era. Dickens' keen perceptiveness and poignant social commentary contribute to his immense popularity with readers, both during his lifetime and to this day.

This book cover depicts an autographed manuscript of Our Mutual Friend (the original is in the Morgan's collection), Dickens' last novel, and reveals his intensely creative writing style. In his own words, it showcases "the story-weaver at his loom."

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The programs of The Morgan Library & Museum are made possible with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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