The Woman in White
This poster was Dickens's way around the dictum that no article in his weekly journals Household Words and All the Year Round was to be signed. To keep Collins on staff, Dickens agreed that advertising designed for booksellers' windows could specifically ascribe authorship of his serialised novels to Wilkie Collins.
Scanned image and text by Philip V. Allingham.
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