David Copperfield (Penguin Classics) by Charles Dickens, et al
Charles Dickens Own Tale - David Copperfield has ever remained a Best Read and it reflects Charles Dicken's own Life. It's a simply great story, romantic but also realistic and believable. It excites all emotions, from rib tickling laughter to tears of pity. Most of the qualities like modesty, frankness, trustworthiness, honesty, goodwill are the ... (total: 117 words)
The Charles Dickens Collection (Oliver Twist / Martin Chuzzlewit / Bleak House / Hard Times / Great Expectations / Our Mutual Friend)
9/6/2005: As can be clearly seen from the care lavished on these six BBC adaptions of Charles Dickens' novels, the British love their Dickens! And why not--Dickens is ideally suited to television, with his elaborate but vigorous plots, each a compendium of comically odious personalities (and one or two nice folk, just to keep things from getting too awful). Actors dig into these meaty roles with zeal, deli . . . (Read more in article) . . .
Nineteenth-Century British and American copyright law
Here's an article on copyright history from victorianweb.org. It covers some interesting details I hadn't known about in Canadian copyright history, and how that was shaped by Canada's unique trade relationships with Britain and the USA. Also linked from this article are several other worthwhile ones on intellectual property in that era, and Charles Dickens's participation in the debate.
Another wonderful slice of drama from the BBC, this adaptation of Charles Dickens's MARTIN CHUZZLEWITT is an amusing take on a classic story. Among the talented cast are Keith Allen (SHALLOW GRAVE) as Jonas Chuzzlewit, Roger Ashton-Griffiths (MERLIN) as George Chuzzlewit, Ben Walden as Martin Chuzzlewitt, Pete Postlethwaite (BRASSED OFF) as Tigg Montague, and many others. As the salient tale of greed unfolds, the glittering cast deliver some stellar performances throughout.
Oliver Twist (Penguin Classics) by Charles Dickens
Good over Evil - Oliver Twist is the most widely read of all Charles Dickens Reads and this Book has been the second Novel of CD after the Fun and humour of The Pickwick Papers. This book added to reputation of Charles. The story says of a boy's journey from hell to heaven. Many ... (total: 208 words)
This animated version of Charles Dickens' 1837 classic tells the story of Samuel Pickwick, who sets off on an unexpectedly wild adventure with several companions. Release date: Oct 18, 2005
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