Charles Dickens

Dickens' Dream
Well, since I talked about “A Christmas Carol“, now let’s talk about Charles Dickens now. And here are my selection of links about him and his works.
Charles Dickens works, life and family, Dickens´s London and links.
Charles Dickens: The Complete Literary Works of Charles Dickens available to read on-line.
Charles Dickens: An Overview at Victorian Web has a lot of information. Biography, works, political history, literary relations, themes, characterization, narrative, biography and much more. Don’t forget to visit Charles Dickens and the Visual Arts to see beautiful illustrations made to his works.
David Perdue‘s Charles Dickens Page. Dedicated to bringing the genius of Dickens to a new generation of readers. The Dickens’ Illustrations Page is a good place to start.
Dickens at PBS. The story of the man, the writer, and the Victorian London he immortalized.
Dickens and London Walk through London and experience it through the eyes of Charles Dickens. Isn’t the easiest site to find information, but the Doré engravings make it worth it.
Literature.orgThe Online Literature Library, has five Dickens’ books available to read online (A Christmas Carol, Great Expectations, Tale of Two Cities, The Chimes and The Cricket on the Hearth).
Postaprint: The Characters of Charles Dickens – Portrayed in a series of original Water Colour Sketches by “KYD”, c.1880’s.
Project Gutenberg: a list with all the Dickens’ works available to download, read or listen on-line.
The Charles Dickens Museum in London is the world’s most important collection of material relating to the great Victorian novelist and social commentator.
The Dickens Project is a scholarly consortium devoted to promoting the study and enjoyment of the life, times, and work of Charles Dickens.
The Chimes
BTW, I’m searching for some illustrations, engravings, etchings of Gustave Doré to Dickens’ books. If you know some nice link with them, please let me know about it.

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