Short Stories by Charles Dickens
Edited By Mike Royston
90 p. illus.
In some of his best-known novels, David Coppefield or Great Expectations for example, Dickens writes so intensely about his childhood that he seems to be reliving it. This is not surprising since his own early years were so full of uncertainty that they left a deep impression on his mind. This is but one of the many themes of Dickens' writing which this book explores. It provides everything a student needs for a quick introduction or an in-depth study of classic literature. It also gives the general reader enjoyable reading of 19th Century literature.
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