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Dickens, Charles 1812-1870

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Great expectations by Charles Dickens( Book )
1,695 editions published between 1843 and 2013 in 11 languages and held by 26,486 libraries worldwide
Young Pip, an orphan is working as a blacksmith when he learns that an unknown person has willed him a fortune. He is sent to London to be educated as a rich gentleman
A tale of two cities by Charles Dickens( Book )
1,514 editions published between 1859 and 2014 in 11 languages and held by 25,394 libraries worldwide
After eighteen years as a political prisoner in the Bastille, the aging Doctor Manette is finally released and reunited with his daughter in England. There the lives of two very different men, Charles Darnay, an exiled French aristocrat, and Sydney Carton, a disreputable but brilliant English lawyer, become enmeshed through their love for Lucie Manette. From the tranquil roads of London, they are drawn against their will to the vengeful, bloodstained streets of Paris at the height of the Reign of Terror, and they soon fall under the lethal shadow of La Guillotine. This edition uses the text as it appeared in its first serial publication in 1859 to convey the full scope of Dickens's vision, and includes the original illustrations by H.K. Browne ('Phiz'). Richard Maxwell's introduction discusses the intricate interweaving of epic drama with personal tragedy
Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens( Book )
1,367 editions published between 1000 and 2013 in 29 languages and held by 18,148 libraries worldwide
Deals with the adventures of a young orphan boy trying to survive amid greed and poverty in 19th-century London
David Copperfield by Charles Dickens( Book )
942 editions published between 1843 and 2013 in 20 languages and held by 12,608 libraries worldwide
A classic tale of an orphan growing up in the 1800's of England. Intimately rooted in the author's own biography and written as a first-person narrative, "David Copperfield" charts a young man's progress through a difficult childhood in Victorian England to ultimate success as a novelist, finding true love along the way. Jeremy Tambling's provocative Introduction reveals subtle themes relevant today in Dickens' favorite work
Bleak house by Charles Dickens( Book )
955 editions published between 1051 and 2013 in 7 languages and held by 12,411 libraries worldwide
Bleak House, Dickens's most daring experiment in the narration of a complex plot, challenges the reader to make connections - between the fashionable and the outcast, the beautiful and the ugly, the powerful and the victims. Nowhere in Dickens's later novels is his attack on an uncaring society more imaginatively embodied, but nowhere either is the mixture of comedy and angry satire more deftly managed. Bleak House defies a single description. It is a mystery story, in which Esther Summerson discovers the truth about her birth and her unknown mother's tragic life. It is a murder story, which comes to a climax in a thrilling chase, led by one of the earliest detectives in English fiction, Inspector Bucket. And it is a fable about redemption, in which a bleak house is transformed by the resilience of human love
The old curiosity shop by Charles Dickens( Book )
735 editions published between 1800 and 2014 in 3 languages and held by 10,078 libraries worldwide
The sensational bestselling story of Little Nell, the beautiful child thrown into a shadowy, terrifying world, seems to belong less to the history of the Victorian novel than to folklore, fairy tale, or myth. The sorrows of Nell and her grandfather are offset by Dickens's creation of a dazzling contemporary world inhabited by some of his most brilliantly drawn characters-the eloquent ne'er-do-well Dick Swiveller; the hungry maid known as the "Marchioness"; the mannish lawyer Sally Brass; Quilp's brow-beaten mother-in-law; and Quilp himself, the lustful, vengeful dwarf, whose demonic energy makes a vivid counterpoint to Nell's purity
Sketches by Boz : illustrative of every-day life and every-day people by Charles Dickens( Book )
726 editions published between 1850 and 2010 in 3 languages and held by 9,635 libraries worldwide
Deals with the adventures of a young orphan boy trying to survive amid greed and poverty in 19th-century London
The posthumous papers of the Pickwick Club by Charles Dickens( Book )
1,005 editions published between 1820 and 2012 in 7 languages and held by 8,947 libraries worldwide
A report of travels and adventures by Pickwickians who visit the nooks and crannies of England
Life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit by Charles Dickens( Book )
674 editions published between 1840 and 2014 in 3 languages and held by 8,529 libraries worldwide
At The Center of Martin Chuzzlewit -- the novel Angus Wilson called "one of the most sheerly exciting of all Dickens stories"--Is Martin himself, very old, very rich, very much on his guard. What he suspects (with good reason) is that every one of Iris close and distant relations. now converging in droves on the country inn where they believe he is dying, will stop at nothing to become the inheritor of Iris great fortune. Having unjustly disinherited Iris grandson, young Martin, the old fellow now trusts no one but Mary Graham, the pretty girl hired as Iris companion. Though she has been made to understand she will not inherit a penny, she remains old Chuzzlewit's only ally. As the viperish relations and hangers-on close in on him, we meet some of Dickens's most marvelous characters -- among them Mr. Pecksniff (whose name has entered the language as a synonym for ultimate hypocrisy and self-importance); the fabulously evil Jonas Chuzzlewit; the strutting reptile Tigg Montague; and the ridiculous, terrible, comical Sairey Gamp. Reluctantly heading for America in search of opportunity, the penniless young Martin goes west, rides a riverboat, and is overtaken by bad company and mortal danger -- while the battle for his grandfather's gold reveals new depths of family treachery, cunning, and ruthlessness. And in scene after wonderful scene of conflict and suspense, of high excitement and fierce and hilarious satire, Dickens's huge saga of greed versus decency comes to its magnificent climax
A Christmas carol by Charles Dickens( Book )
237 editions published between 1843 and 2013 in 4 languages and held by 6,289 libraries worldwide
A miser learns the true meaning of Christmas when three ghostly visitors review his past and foretell his future
Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens( Book )
585 editions published between 1800 and 2014 in 5 languages and held by 6,201 libraries worldwide
When Arthur Clennam returns to London after many years in China working for the family business, he wants to learn whether or not his father's dying words and a watch with a stange inscription have anything to do with his mother's new seamstress, young Amy Dorrit. His search brings him to the Marshalsea Debtors Prison, where he learns the truth about struggle and hardship in 1820s England
The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens( Book )
557 editions published between 1838 and 2012 in 4 languages and held by 6,127 libraries worldwide
On his pilgrimage Nicholas, in Dickens's words 'a young man of impetuous temper and little or no experience', meets such figures as his evil and grasping Uncle Ralph, the brutal schoolmaster Wackford Squeers, the abused Smike, the theatrical manager Vincent Crummles, and the good-humoured, philanthropic brothers Cheeryble
Hard times for these times by Charles Dickens( Book )
294 editions published between 1854 and 2012 in 4 languages and held by 6,118 libraries worldwide
Hard Times--Dickens's shortest novel and one of his major triumphs--tells the tragic story of Louisa Gradgrind and her father and has had lasting appeal to generations of readers
Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens( Book )
384 editions published between 1839 and 2013 in 7 languages and held by 5,576 libraries worldwide
"Nicholas Nickleby is the son of a poor country gentleman, and has to make his own way in the world. He first goes as usher to Mr. Squeers, schoolmaster at Dotheboys Hall, in Yorkshire, but leaves in disgust with the tyranny of Squeers and his wife, especially to a poor boy named Smike. Smike runs away from his school to follow Nicholas, and remains his humble follower till death. At Portsmouth, Nicholas joins the theatrical company of Mr. Crummies, but leaves the profession for other adventures. He falls in with the brothers Cheeryble, who make him their clerk; in this post he rises to success as a merchant, and ultimately marries Madeline Bray." Benét Reader's Ency
Our mutual friend by Charles Dickens( Book )
439 editions published between 1845 and 2011 in 4 languages and held by 5,352 libraries worldwide
Young man's inheritance of his father's estate depends upon the conditions of his marriage. Dickens's last complete and full length novel, first published in 1865
Dombey and Son by Charles Dickens( Book )
468 editions published between 1847 and 2012 in 4 languages and held by 4,416 libraries worldwide
Dickens reveals the complexity of London society as he takes the listener into the business firm and home of one of its most representative patriarchs, Paul Dombey. A sensitive family drama unfolds between this stern father, his two children and aloof wife in which time and fateful events bring a slow, inexorable pressure to bear upon the hearts of all. in Paul Dombey we witness the force of social and personal arrogance ("For Dombey is as proud, Ma'am, as Lucifer") wrestling with his own stubborn, but not unredeemable, heart
The mystery of Edwin Drood by Charles Dickens( Book )
212 editions published between 1800 and 2013 in 3 languages and held by 4,296 libraries worldwide
When young Edwin Drood mysteriously disappears from the quiet cathedral town of Cloisterham, foul play seems certain. The prime suspect is John Jasper, Edwin's uncle, who frequents the dark opium underworld and conceals a secret passion beneath his church choir respectability. Paul Scofield captures the haunting, occasionally humorous atmosphere and the many colorful characters in this unusual crime novel. Dickens' entertaining story is even more of a mystery than he intended, for he died before the work was completed
Christmas books by Charles Dickens( Book )
520 editions published between 1800 and 2011 in 3 languages and held by 4,291 libraries worldwide
A Christmas carol: A miser learns the true meaning of Christmas when three ghostly visitors review his past and foretell his future. The chimes: Toby "Trotty" Veck, a poor working man, loses his faith in human nature and comes to believe that he and his fellow poor are naturally vicious. Then he is afforded a nightmare vision of his loved ones' future after his death. The cricket on the hearth: The cricket who sits and chirps from the hearth of John and Dot Peerybingle acts as a guarding angel to the family. The battle of life: Marion Jeddler is loved by two men, but a crisis tests her devotion to her older sister Grace. The haunted man: Professor Redlaw, a teacher of chemistry, often broods over wrongs done him and grief from his past. A specter appears and offers him the ability to cancel all memory of sorrow
Barnaby Rudge a tale of the riots of Eighty by Charles Dickens( Book )
430 editions published between 1800 and 2013 in 8 languages and held by 4,076 libraries worldwide
The "No Popery" or Gordon Riots of 1780 include orgies and fires and Lord George Gordon as a major figure
Sketches by boz by Charles Dickens( Book )
526 editions published between 1800 and 2012 in 4 languages and held by 4,039 libraries worldwide
This collection presents a combination of journalistic sketches of London scenes and people along with short fictions. First published by the twenty-four-year-old Dickens under the pseudonym of Boz, they were later revealed under his own name. Dickens's genius for eccentric characters and his novelist's eye for telling details were on full display in this early work
 
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تشارلز ديكنز، 1812-1870
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チャールズ.ディケンズ, 1812-1870
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佚更司, 1812-1870
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狄更斯查尔斯, 1812-1870
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