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The Dickens Newsletter

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February, 2012

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Dickens Fellowship, Melbourne

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Founded in London in 1902, the Dickens Fellowship has become a worldwide organisation which includes branches in Japan, Denmark and India. The Melbourne and Christchurch branches began in 1904 and 1931 respectively. The Fellowship publishes its own journal, The Dickensian, and the 106th Annual Conference of the International Dickens Fellowship was held in Portsmouth, England in August of this year. Dickens’s works are still well-loved; his legacy lives on.

[Cover of The Dickens Newsletter, Melbourne. Issue number 326, February 2012. 200th Birthday Issue. Kindly supplied by Lucy Neales, Melbourne.]

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