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Friends of the Dickens Forum,

     Stephen Jarvis <[log in to unmask]> has had his say in his 
book and tells us
when it will be published in the United States:             (pjm)

>
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> Hi everyone
> In response to Tony Pointon - if Seymour were alive, he might sue Dickens, Forster and Chapman for libel.
> There is nothing else I can add - everything I want to say is in Death and Mr Pickwick. Yesterday, indeed, Death and Mr Pickwick became the #1 bestselling novel in London, according to the Evening Standard chart, just three weeks after publication.  American publication, by Farrar, Straus & Giroux, will be on June 23rd.

> All the best
> Stephen Jarvis
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