Charles Dickens: Five Novels (Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, Great Expectations, A Tale of Two Cities) #2020

Charles Dickens: Five Novels (Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, Great Expectations, A Tale of Two Cities) Charles Dickens Charles Dickens Five Novels Oliver Twist A Christmas Carol David Copperfield Great Expectations A Tale of Two Cities Five Novels Complete and Unabridged Oliver Twist A Christmas Carol David Copperfield Great Expectations and A Tale of Two Cities

  • Title: Charles Dickens: Five Novels (Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, Great Expectations, A Tale of Two Cities)
  • Author: Charles Dickens
  • ISBN: 9781435124998
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Charles Dickens: Five Novels (Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, Great Expectations, A Tale of Two Cities) Charles Dickens Five Novels, Complete and Unabridged Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, Great Expectations, and A Tale of Two Cities.
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    1. 3 starsThis leather bound Dickens collection is a must have for any Dickens fan and any fan of Victorian England It looks great on the shelf, especially next to those other leather bound classics, if you have any The novels included are A Christmas Carol, A Tale of Two Cities, David Copperfield, Great Expectations, and Oliver Twist.Wordpress

    2. I first started reading Dickens in junior high My literature teacher Mrs Porter suggested Oliver Twist In English we read A Tale of Two Cities My French ancestry made this especially interesting I was hooked I spent many mornings before school reading in that junior high library I love how good triumphs over evil, but not until tremendous trial has been gone through From Oliver Twist to Great Expectations one is never disappointed Mr Dickens is amazing and addictive.

    3. March 29 Oliver Twist 2 stars.This story goes to show that crime does not pay March 31A Christmas Carol 3 stars.There are some aspects of Dicken s writing that I really like, for example, he is one of the very very few authors who properly uses all punctuation marks Although I said very few I can t think of another author who doesOn the other hand there are some issues I have with Dicken s writing and that is when he does not specify who he s writing about There was a part in the story when Bob [...]

    4. This 1500 page baby is the 200th book I rate here on It s the biggest book I own so far , and I ve spent a good while on it, for obvious reasons Edit Actually only exactly two months, and I was away for vacation for one, lol It s been a nice journey Here are my reviews on each of the five novels in this collection Oliver TwistA Christmas CarolDavid CopperfieldA Tale Of Two CitiesGreat ExpectationsI guess if you check out all of my reviews on those, there s not much to say I think this book is a [...]

    5. I hated Great Expectations in high school so I was skeptical of this, but I m a sucker for a nicely bound edition of classic works so I gave it a try Dickens was far entertaining reading it as an adult than it was as a kid.

    6. I read only A Christmas Carol this time around I wish had a way to mark having read one story from a collection, but alas

    7. Reading several Dickens novels within about a year may have been a mistake, as they do feel repetitive Orphan Boy Makes Good is the theme of 3 5 of the books in this omnibus But they do all remain funny and thoughtful, clever and entertaining I still retain a personal loathing of Tale of Two Cities, but that s my problem, not Charles My favorite of this bunch was definitely A Christmas Carol not because I love Christmas, but probably because I love stories about ghosts and or assholes getting th [...]

    8. David Copperfield is gong and tedious Story resolutions do not merit the effort it takes to get to them do not let the first 200 pages fool you with their promises I would recommend reading anything else by Dickens even and especially Bleak House before picking up this 600 page, slow paced monstrosity.

    9. Great book Boy is it long at times but I have enjoyed my journey with Dickens Classics such as Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, Great expectations My favourite , tale of two cites and the Adventures of David Copperfield.Not all the novels were exciting though they did give great insight to Victorian life and values, something that can easily be forgotten in today technological world.

    10. I read David Copperfield and found it delightful I had no idea I would like it so much I m taking a break from Mr Dickens but can t wait to read some of his other stuff.

    11. Though I didn t read this exact version, I have read these all unabridged and these are probably my top five favorite Dickens works.

    12. Dickens is my favorite English writer No one better for social commentary, history, character development He takes real effort to read but his writing is pure treasure.

    13. I can t believe I finished this classic If you re like me you might want to keep a dictionary handy I found the reading laborious but beautifully written Well worth the time and effort

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