The Kent of Dickens

Charles Dickens' places in Kent, in real life and fiction


Walter Dexter


Cecil Palmer, London, 1924
The Kent of DickensThe Kent of DickensThe Kent of Dickens

Printing Details

First edition, first printing. Hardback bound in red cloth with printed titling to spine and upper board. 19.5 × 12.5m, 245pp.

A study of Charles Dickens' relationship and history with Kent, including Gad's Hill, Rochester, Chatham, Canterbury, Broadstairs, and with an index to places and a list of Kent towns in his novels.


The book is in sound shape, but the spine is faded and there are a few white marks to the upper board. The pages are edges and title page but the main body of text is in strong readable condition and the binding is secure.



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