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Charles Dickens ca.1850

A striking Charles Dickens (author of 'A Christmas Carol') is photographed circa 1850 in London in his late

Charles Dickens reading to his two daughters, “Mamie” and Kate (standing), at his Gad’s Hill mansion, 1865.

Author Charles Dickens reading to his two daughters, “Mamie” (left) and Kate (right), at his Gad’s Hill mansion, portrait by ?

Charles Dickens and his daughters

Charles Dickens reading to his daughters Charles Dickens, who died 9 June 1870 Charles Dickens reading to his daughters, English novelist, Credit Lebrecht Authors / Universal Images Group / Universal Images Group Copyright Lebrecht Music & Arts

Charles Dickens, the comic crusader

Charles Dickens, the comic crusader

Autograph page of Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations

Thank you so much for all you Home Fire pins. Tonight through Sunday, let's pin the story of GREAT EXPECTATIONS. (First page of Charles Dickens' handwritten manuscript of Great Expectations)

Charles Dickens by (George) Herbert Watkins albumen print, arched top, 29 April 1858.

Charles Dickens by (George) Herbert Watkins albumen print, arched top, 29 April 1858

Alejandro Dumas (1802-1870). Uno de los narradores más geniales de la historia de la literatura. Autor de mis libros favoritos, la saga de Los Tres Mosqueteros, así como de El Conde de Montecristo y otras docenas de obras llenas de aventuras y amor. El padre de la novela del folletín, las entregas que hacían mantenerte en vilo hasta el siguiente episodio.

vintage everyday: 18 Stunning Vintage Portrait Photos of the Famous Taken by Felix Nadar in the Century

Charles Baudelaire

Heres a virtual movie of the legendary French poet Charles Baudelaire -- reading his poem L'Albatros" The Albatros. Charles Baudelaire was a

Camus

booksactually: “ “In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer." – Albert Camus (b. 7 November 1913 - 4 January ” Albert Camus reading the paper

Charles Dickens with his two daughters, Mamie and Katey (right) in c.1865, in the garden at Gad’s Hill Place in Kent.

Katey and Mamie Dickens, with their famous author father Charles Dickens garden outside Gad's Hill Place in 1865

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