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When one considers Dickens, Martin Chuzzlewit is most likely not what one would call his most popular, or best known work; I had, frankly, never heard of it. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Dean Schermerhorn
Book is fine. Interesting to see Dickens send Martin off to America. Probably not his finest work, but well worth checking out.Published 8 days ago by JS
Call to mind the most hypocritical, selfish, self-serving person you know, and Charles Dickens has portrayed him to a perfection in his character Seth Pecksniff, one of the two... Read morePublished 11 days ago by gammyraye
A superb classic by Dickens. Comparable to Nicholas Nickleby and David Copperfield in scope, warmth, memorable characters and Dickensian plot twists.Published 19 days ago by The Duke of California
Some parts of this book were absolutely brilliant, whereas, other parts were much too drawn out and entirely too melancholy. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Marion L. Moore
This earlier Dickens novel is certainly not taut and polished, as is Great Expectations, but when it DOES concentrate on plot and character, as in the crime scenes toward the end... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Earl Morse
Pluses: Some great characters, lots of good writing - quotable material, story kept my interest.
Minuses: Poor beginning, too long, some self-indulgent writing and... Read more
...messed up my 1st attempt at review (got submitted before finishing) sorry - Mrs. R.E.
The characters are vivid; the places likewise. Read more
Not my favourite Dickens book. Difficult in parts to follow the plot - too many Martin Chuzzlewits to keep up with! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mrs L C Lawbuary