Charles Dickens and the House of Fallen Women

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Methuen, Jan 1, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 287 pages
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This title vividly portrays the lot of the poor in mid-19th century London and some of the people who were moved to help. Whatever his motives Charles Dickens was one of them.

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Jenny Hartley explores this interesting aspect to the busy life and times of Charles Dickens. At a time when physical abuse was a widely accepted teaching methodology, Dickens in cooperation with ... Read full review

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A very interesting book which quickly gave me an insight into the life and focus of this famous author. Inspired me to read quite a bit more Dickens. Read full review

Contents

A Rainy Day on the Calcutta
1
Where to Go?
7
Leap of Faith
21
Copyright

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