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Dickens was best known perhaps for his great novels—Oliver Twist, Great Expectations, and Bleak House to name a few. His characters are some of the best known throughout the world, but it is Dickens's wit and excellent sense of humor that makes these characters so enduring and which can also be seen in his private letters. The Wicked Wit of Charles Dickens is a fantastic collection of Dickens's most amusing and interesting witticisms.
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A prolific writer in Victorian England, Charles Dickens wrote most of his works in serial format, publishing chapters on a weekly or monthly basis. His writing improved because of he was able to hear the criticism from the previous installments and mold his writing to be appealing to the public. Poor from birth, Dickens used his elevated status to encourage empathy and philanthropy.Review:
Part of 'The World According to..' series. An informative biography, which features extracts and quotes from his works. Provides a fascinating insight into this unique individual. An entertaining and informative biography, which features extracts and quotes from his works, and draws comparisons between the life and work of one of the world's best known writers.
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