About this 'notebook':
Charles Dickens's books are known and loved the world over. From Ebenezer Scrooge and Mr. Micawber to Oliver Twist and Little Nell, Dicken's characters spring from pages that are rich with detail of life in Victorian times.
With extracts from his novels and correspondence, Charles Dickens: England's Most Captivating Storyteller leads you from the streets of nineteenth century London to the shores of the United States, revealing the lives of the rich and the poor at a time of great social reform and industrial progress. Discover Dickens's extraordinary life, times, and work in this lavish volume.
For those wanting to know more about Charles Dickens and the life and times in which he lived, this short picture book (or notebook) is a treat. Especially if you are not curious enough or patient enough or brave enough to attempt reading a full-length biography.
The topics are:
- Family Life
- Social Life
This book was user-friendly. I think that is its greatest strength. The presentation of the facts, the details, makes this an engaging read.
Read Charles Dickens: England's Most Captivating Storyteller
- If you are a fan of Charles Dickens
- If you are a fan of Victorian literature
- If you are a history lover wanting more details about life--for rich and poor--in Victorian England