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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User Review  - Justin - Goodreads

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

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User Review  - JA Rogers - Goodreads

Love this book. Some years ago I wrote some articles for Victoria Web on Dickens and falleness. I think I am referred to in this book? Unless it is another Jane Rogers? Jenny Hartley if you do read this, I'd love to know? Jane Rogers, author of Dickens and Urania Cottage, Victoria Web. Read full review

Contents

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

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