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This beautifully illustrated collection contains all of Charles Dickens novels retold for young readers, including Oliver Twist, Great Expectations, A Tale of Two Cities and A Christmas Carol. There are notes on the characters and quotations from the original text, plus links to websites to find out more about Charles Dickens life and times. Adapted by Anna Milbourne, Henry Brook, Sarah Courtauld.
In autumn 1857, Charles Dickens embarked on a sightseeing trip to Cumberland with his friend, the rising star of literature Wilkie Collins. Writing together, they reported their adventures for Dickens periodical Household Words, producing a showcase of both long-cherished and entirely novel sides of these well-loved men of letters. Through their fictional counterparts, the men relentlessly satirize Dickens maniacal energy and Collins idleness. The result is an exuberant diary of a journey and a rare insight into one of literatures most famed and intriguing friendships.
Charles Dickens was an English writer and social critic. The Cricket on the Hearth is the story of John Peerybingle and his family who are visited by a guardian angel in the form of a cricket who is constantly chirping on their hearth. A delightfully fantastic story, it is a perfect little tale for the Christmas holiday season.
It is the story of John Peerybingle and his family who are visited by a guardian angel in the form of a cricket who is constantly chirping on their hearth. A delightfully fantastic story, The Cricket on the Hearth was the best-selling of Dickens five Christmas books and is a perfect little tale for the Christmas holiday season.
It is said that Charles Dickens invented Christmas, and within these pages youll certainly find all the elements of a quintessential traditional Christmas brought to vivid life: snowy rooftops, gleaming shop windows, steaming bowls of punch, plum puddings like speckled cannon balls, sage and onion stuffing, miracles, magic, charity and goodwill. This beautifully produced Vintage Classics edition gathers together not only Dickens Christmas Books (A Christmas Carol, The Chimes, The Battle of Life, The Cricket on the Hearth and The Haunted Man) but also stories that Dickens wrote for the special seasonal editions of his periodicals All the Year Round and Household Words, and the hilarious festive episodes from The Pickwick Papers. A must-have for Christmas, this edition should be as necessary to your festivities as holly, mistletoe and silver bells.
Полный, неадаптированный текст произведения. A Tale of Two Cities (1859), Dickens greatest historical novel, traces the private lives of a group of people caught up in the cataclysm of the French Revolution and the Terror. Dickens based his historical detail on Carlyles great work - The French Revolution - and also on his own observations and investigations during numerous visits to Paris. The best story I have written was Dickens own verdict on A Tale of Two Cities, and the reader is unlikely to disagree with this judgement of a story which combines historical fact with the authors unsurpassed genius for poignant tales of human suffering, self-sacrifice, and redemption.
Dickens depictions of character and scene have created a lasting legacy for generations of readers. This collection brings together some of these immortals settings - from the grimy London underworld of Oliver Twist and the cobwebbed mansion and spooky moors of Great Expectations, to the revolutionary background of France in A Tale of Two Cities - as well as characters such a Few writers have better captured the times they were writing in as well as Charles Dickens. Dickens ability to observe and record human character and environment have placed him at the top table of English fiction writers alongside Shakespeare and Austen, and his titles are still as popular today as they were upon first publication. Charles Dickens was a sensation in his own time, his stories as popular upon publication as they are now, where he sits at the summit of English literature. His depictions of Victorian England, in particular, have become so engrained in common consciousness that they are considered as almost historical texts on the age. In this collection you will find the tale of Oliver Twist, the orphan who Dickens used as a vehicle to highlight the unfairness of the Poor Law and the treacherous conditions of London slum life. In Great Expectations we are introduced to a vast array of quirky and interesting characters - from Pip to Estella, Magwitch to Honest Joe - whilst getting a study on class division and personal relationships. The third novel, A Tale of Two Cities, transports us to revolutionary France, where events fascinated Dickens social interests. The study of Dr Manettes readjustment to freedom from prison is a brilliant demonstration of the authors unrivalled talent for producing fiction of subtlety and depth.
Charles Dickens was an English writer and social critic. This volume brings together the complete Christmas Stories of Dickens, including the most famous of them, A Christmas Carol. It is the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, that starts on a Christmas Eve as cold as Scrooges own heart. That night, he receives three ghostly visitors: the terrifying spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come. Each takes him on a heart-stopping journey, Will Scrooges heart be opened? Can he reverse the miserable future he is forced to see?
Little Dorrit is a classic tale of imprisonment, both literal and metaphorical, while Dickens1 working title for the novel, Nobodys Fault, highlights its concern with personal responsibility in private and public life. Dickens childhood experiences inform the vivid scenes in Marshalsea debtors prison, while his adult perceptions of governmental failures shape his satirical picture of the Circumlocution Office. The novels range of characters - the honest, the crooked, the selfish and the self-denying - offers a portrait of a society about whose values Dickens had profound doubts.
The Haunted House it is a collection of tales, with Dickens writing the opening and closing stories, framing stories by Dickens himself and five other authors: Hesba Stretton, George Augustus Sala, Adelaide Anne Procter, Wilkie Collins and Elizabeth Gaskell. The tales are all very different, but each has an element of the strange and scary.
Charles Dickens was an English writer and social critic. This volume showcases two collections of little-known sketches by Dickens. Whimsical, satirical, witty and exuberant, the sketches ridicule the behavior of their subjects with perfect comic effect, offering fascinating evidence of a writer learning his craft and refining his style.