His letters are also on view at the Morgan Library in New York, and, of course, at the charles dickens Museum in London.
Preston was an impoverished and bleak place—so much so that charles dickens based his novel Hard Times on the city.
So she has chosen the path as her literary heroes, charles dickens and George Orwell: the entertaining but didactic novel.
The Invisible Woman: The Story of Nelly Ternan and charles dickens by Claire Tomalin.
David Copperfield by charles dickens David Copperfield tends not to head the Dickens canon.
Youve helped me through a hard passage in my life, charles dickens, and I thank you with all my heart.
charles dickens gave his second series of readings here in 1861.
Our Dutch neighbours seem to enjoy as much as ourselves the humour of charles dickens.
The name of charles dickens suggests a different atmosphere.
In such quotations as are made from his writings, the charles dickens Edition will be used.
exclamation, 1590s, apparently a substitute for devil; probably altered from Dickon, nickname for Richard and source of the surnames Dickens and Dickenson, but exact derivation and meaning are unknown.
The devil; a devilish person: felt like the dickens/ let the dickens out on Halloween