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All the Year Round

All the Year Round was a weekly literary journal edited by the well-known writer Charles Dickens and his son in the late 1800s. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.)

Publication History

All the Year Round began publishing in 1859, following on Dickens' earlier journal, "Household Words". Along with the weekly issues, it published a special Christmas number annualy. A second series began in 1868, and a third series in 1889, with the volume numbers restarting at 1 both times. After Dickens' death in 1870, his son, Charles Dickens Jr., took on editorship. The journal ran until 1895, and was then absorbed into the second incarnation of "Household Words".

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