Charles Dickens

I started reading Dickens at a young age. My parents had a complete set of hardbound novels and when I felt that I could make the leap from kids books to grownup books (YA wasn't really a thing back then), I started with Oliver Twist. Despite roughly five decades of reading Dickens, I still have three of his novels yet to read. I like to reread.

Here some posts you might enjoy:

Pickwick Papers, by Charles Dickens

What a Coincidence! Thoughts on Dickens' Oliver Twist

Nicholas Nickleby

Dombey and Son

David Copperfield

Hard Times, by Charles Dickens

Little Dorrit: setting - Classics Challenge March

Classics Challenge - Little Dorrit

A Tale of Two Cities - Allegory and/or Apologia

A Tale of Two Cities - Sydney Carton "The Jackal"

Our Mutual Friend

Martin Chuzzlewit

Pictures from Italy


The Man Who Invented Christmas

Charles Dickens and the House of Fallen Women

The Invisible Woman: the Story of Nelly Ternan and Charles Dickens

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