Charles Dickens: Geographical Connections

Regular readers will know that I am a great fan of the writing of Charles Dickens. The Victorian author was a master at portraying characters, and telling the stories of the unfortunates of the era. This article gives an insight into his own background and personal life, up until the time of his death. It connects him and his writing to sites in and around London too, some of which can still be seen today.

9 Sites on the River Thames That Tell the Story of Charles Dickens

18 thoughts on “Charles Dickens: Geographical Connections

    1. Thanks, Jacques. I confess that hadn’t occurred to me, though some people now criticise his description of Fagin, because the character was Jewish.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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