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It is filled with wonderful characters, dialogue, and tons of action and suspense.
It is the characters of lesser morals, such as Ralph Nickleby, Arthur Gride and the aforementioned Wackford Squeers, who really do make the novel throb.
Dickens novels have good plots, excellent character development and an emphasis on a social ill that is drawn attention to.
This is a nice adaptation for 2 acts and then - out of necessity, too much information is jammed into the last act. The play is doable but requires imagination.Published 22 days ago by J. Simon
I loved every minute of this book! True, it was long, but Dickens really knows how to create the ideal character. Lovable and just, strong and firm, yet gentle. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Leigh Black
If you want to challenge or develop your English language capabillty, then give Dickens a chance and you will not be disappointed following Nicholas through 17th century London.Published 1 month ago by Michael Scott Walters
Dickens provides some amazing descriptions of his characters and as was common for books of that era, it is very wordy and is much longer than I expected (I read in on my Kindle so... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Thomas E Kirkham
Good as far as classics go, but it is somewhat of a hard read
due to the old English style. I liked it though.
Charles Dickens was a master of not only incredible character development but also in interweaving the social commentary of the day within his tales. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
If you like this you would also greatly enjoy David Copperfield and Martin Chuzzlewit and Hard Times.Published 2 months ago by The Duke of California