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         The World of Charles Dickens
Charles John Huffam Dickens,  (1812 – 1870), pen-name "Boz", was the most popular English novelist of the Victorian era, and one of the most popular of all time.


He created some of literature's most iconic characters, with the theme of social reform running throughout his work. The continuing popularity of his novels and short stories is such that they have never gone out of print.


Much of his work first appeared in periodicals and magazines in serialised form, a popular way of publishing fiction at that time. Other writers would complete entire novels before serial publication commenced, but Dickens often wrote his in parts, in the order they were meant to appear. The practice lent his stories a particular rhythm, punctuated by one "cliffhanger" after another, to keep the public eager for the next installment!


His work has been praised for its mastery of prose, and for its teeming gallery of unique personalities, leading to a "timeless" quality and appeal to his work.
"The World of Charles Dickens" is a DVD Rom (computer use only) that brings together all of his novels and short stories into one convenient resource in clear, printable and fully searchable PDF format. . 

There is also a fine collection of multi-media including animations, video's, pictures,  audio books and much more.

The DVD ROM is divided into 5 sections :


1. Major Novels
2. Other books
3. Short stories
4. Multimedia
5. Biography



Section 1 : The Major Novels of Charles Dickens:

• The Pickwick Papers  (1836)
• Oliver Twist  (1837) 
• Nicholas Nickleby (1838) 
• The Old Curiosity Shop (1840)
• Barnaby Rudge  (1841)
• A Christmas Carol  (1843)
• The Chimes  (1844)
• Martin Chuzzlewit  (1844)
• The Cricket on the Hearth (1845)
• The Battle of Life  (1846)
• The Haunted Man  (1848)
• Dombey and Son  (1848)
• David Copperfield (1850)
• Bleak House (1853)
• Hard Times (1854)
• Little Dorrit  (1857)
• A Tale of Two Cities (1859)
• Great Expectations  (1861)
• Our Mutual Friend (1865)
• The Mystery of Edwin Drood (unfinished) (1870)



Section 2 : Other Books

• Sketches by Boz  (1836) 
• Master Humphreys Clock  (1840)
• American Notes  (1842)
• Pictures From Italy  (1844)
• The Life of our Lord  (1849)
• A Childs History of England (1853)
• The Uncommercial Traveler (1869)



Section 3 : Short Stories

• A Child's dream of a star (1850)
• A Christmas Tree (1850)
• What Christmas is as we grow older (1851)
• The Poor Relations story (1852)
• The Child's story (1852)
• The Schoolboy's story (1853)
• Nobody's story (1853)
• The Seven poor travelers (1854)
• The Holy Tree (1855)
• The Wreck of the Golden Mary  (1856)
• The Perils of certain English prisoners (1857)
• Going into Society  (1858)
• The Haunted House (1859)
• A message from the sea  (1860)
• Tom Tiddlers ground (1861)
• Somebody's luggage (1862)
• Mrs Lirripers lodgings (1863)
• Mrs Lirripers Legacy (1864)
• Dr Marigold (1865)
• Mugby Junction (1866)
• No Thoroughfare (1867)
• George Silvermans Explanation
• Holiday Romance
• Hunted Down
• The Lamplighter
• The Signalman (1866)
• Sunday Under Three Heads
• The Trial for Murder



Section 4 : Multimedia

• Video:                Over 10 hours of video presentations, movies and animations.

• Pictures :           An exhaustive collection featuring photographs, original illustrations                              from Dickens work, movie stills and much more.




Section 5 : Biography


• Full, detailed biography of Dickens life and achievements.



  A Beautifully Presented Collection of All Dickens Work in One                                        Convenient Resource











       Price : Only $22.00 (US)
              ( + $8 postage & packing
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