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"Jeremy Tambling's richly rewarding book about the most haunted metropolis in fiction." - The Independent, 15 December 2008 (readership 714,000) 

"Tambling delivers subtle and sinuous reading[s] of individual works.  He shows how deeply Dickens' fiction inhabits London places."- Times Higher Education, December 2008 (readership 88,000)

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ISBN-10:  9781405899871
ISBN-13:  978-1405899871
Author:  Jeremy Tambling
Publisher:  Longman
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review by . May 26, 2011
I bought this book about Dickens and London in Manchester when I was there in 2010 and thought I would be spending several months in London on a followup assignment.  When that assignment fell through and I returned to the US, I was disappointed that I couldn't walk London with Tambling in hand.       In retrospect, now that I have had time to read the book from distant shores, I realize it wouldn't have been much help to me as a casual traveler.  Tambling's …
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