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A great collection to include also some lesser-known works by Charles Dickens
A timeless classic which contains extra material, notes and a select bibliography.
A powerful historical novel about the repercussions of epochal events on the personal lives of people on both sides of the Channel. This edition contains extra material on Charles Dickens’s life and works, notes on the text and a select bibliography.
Part prototype of the detective genre, this dark, complex and intricately plotted book is considered by many to be both Dickens’s greatest work and the finest novel of the Victorian age. This edition contains extra material on Charles Dickens’s life and works, notes on the text and a select bibliography.
A well-annotated edition of one of the most famous and celebrated Victorian coming-of-age novels
A novel which charts the course of an England undergoing rapid social and economic change. This edition contains extra material on Charles Dickens’s life and works, notes on the text and a select bibliography.
In Hard Times, Dickens illustrates the condition of England through the fictional city of Coketown. An ideal introduction to the world of Dickens. This edition contains extra material on Charles Dickens’s life and works, notes on the text and a select bibliography.
The eight stories included in this volume range from the hilarious to the hair-raising, and not only remain as fresh today as when they first appeared in 1866
A ferocious indictment of the author’s era and a timeless story of coming of age, presented with extra material and notes.
Dickens’s first novel, The Pickwick Papers was an immediate success and caught the public imagination in a manner that few debuts have ever matched. Replete with colourful characters, fantastical anecdotes and a farcical plot, it catapulted its twenty-four-year-old author to literary stardom, and is widely considered to be one of the great comic masterpieces of nineteenth-century literature.
Abounding in colour and humour, and interspersed with unforgettable set pieces, such as an eyewitness account of the beheading of a robber in Rome and a hilarious description of a tour guide’s ruinous tumble down the slope of Mount Vesuvius, Pictures from Italy is further proof of Charles Dickens’s genius and versatility.
This collection of stories includes also some of the era’s most famous writers, like Elizabeth Gaskell and Wilkie Collins.
These tales – from ‘The Story of the Goblins Who Stole a Sexton’ to the celebrated ‘The Signalman’ – illustrate Dickens’s well-known love of a spooky story told around a blazing fire, the pastime of a bygone age to be rediscovered for our own delight.
A literary phenomenon in his lifetime and renowned as much for his journalism and public speaking as for his novels, Charles Dickens (1812–70) now ranks as the most important Victorian writer and one of the most influential and popular authors in the English language. His memorable and vividly rendered characters and his combination of humour, trenchant satire and compassion have left an indelible mark on our collective imagination.