THE ANNOTATED CHRISTMAS CAROL; A Cjhristmas Carol in Prose / Charles Dickens / Illustrated by John Leech / Edited with an Introduction, Notes, and Bibliography by Michael Patrick Hearn. Charles Dickens, Michael Patrick Hearn.
THE ANNOTATED CHRISTMAS CAROL; A Cjhristmas Carol in Prose / Charles Dickens / Illustrated by John Leech / Edited with an Introduction, Notes, and Bibliography by Michael Patrick Hearn
THE ANNOTATED CHRISTMAS CAROL; A Cjhristmas Carol in Prose / Charles Dickens / Illustrated by John Leech / Edited with an Introduction, Notes, and Bibliography by Michael Patrick Hearn
THE ANNOTATED CHRISTMAS CAROL; A Cjhristmas Carol in Prose / Charles Dickens / Illustrated by John Leech / Edited with an Introduction, Notes, and Bibliography by Michael Patrick Hearn
THE ANNOTATED CHRISTMAS CAROL; A Cjhristmas Carol in Prose / Charles Dickens / Illustrated by John Leech / Edited with an Introduction, Notes, and Bibliography by Michael Patrick Hearn
THE ANNOTATED CHRISTMAS CAROL; A Cjhristmas Carol in Prose / Charles Dickens / Illustrated by John Leech / Edited with an Introduction, Notes, and Bibliography by Michael Patrick Hearn

THE ANNOTATED CHRISTMAS CAROL; A Cjhristmas Carol in Prose / Charles Dickens / Illustrated by John Leech / Edited with an Introduction, Notes, and Bibliography by Michael Patrick Hearn

New York and London: W. W. Norton & Company, 2004. John Leech. Reprint. Decorated & gilt-stamped cloth. Square 4to (8 3/4" x 10 1/4"), red cloth with gilt lettering on spine and front cover, profusely illustrated by John Leech reproducing plates in B&W, archival mylar-protected pictorial dust jacket with color images of the Fezziwigs' dancing, lxiv + 263 pages 2 lbs. 12 oz. Very Fine / Very Fine. Item #5095
ISBN: 0393051587

Michael Patrick Hearn is an American literary scholar as well as a man of letters specializing in children's literature and its illustration. His works include The Annotated Wizard of Oz (1971/2000), The Annotated Christmas Carol (1977/2003), and The Annotated Huckleberry Finn (2001).

Pristine Copy! One of Dickens' favorite masterpieces in a well-annotated & copiously illustrated and very attractive edition. Very Fine condition for book and dust jacket. No remainder marks.
Though this edition is technically a "First Edition, Second Printing," we believe it reprints an earlier edition likely in similar format from 1976.

Price: $35.00