Dickens pp 17-21 | Cite as

Boz Emergent; or, the Young Lion

  • John Forster
Part of the Interviews and Recollections book series (IR)


[John Forster (1812–76), journalist, critic and man of letters, soon to become Dickens’s most intimate friend and adviser, and later his official biographer, was already well established in literary London when he first met Dickens in late 1836 or early 1837. ‘I remember vividly the impression then made upon me’, he recalls in the Life.]


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