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Bringing Charles Dickens' personal life onto the big screen - CBC.ca 20 Nov 2017, 1:47 pm


CBC.ca

Bringing Charles Dickens' personal life onto the big screen
CBC.ca
Long before the epic stories in Great Expectations, David Copperfield and A Tale of Two Cities captured the attention of the world, Charles Dickens was a well-known author in London, England, riding high on the success of Oliver Twist. But, after a ...

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Ode To 'The Cricket on the Hearth' - Asheboro Courier Tribune 20 Nov 2017, 6:39 am


Asheboro Courier Tribune

Ode To 'The Cricket on the Hearth'
Asheboro Courier Tribune
Our era hasn't cared much about “The Cricket on the Hearth� by Charles Dickens. Would you be able to cite it as a Dickens title after “David Copperfield,� “Oliver Twist� or “Tom Sawyer�? (Just checking.) Cricket was the third of Dickens' Christmas novels.

The Weekly Cocktail Recipe: 'Mr Micawber's Hot Gin Punch' - The London Economic 17 Nov 2017, 3:24 pm


The London Economic

The Weekly Cocktail Recipe: 'Mr Micawber's Hot Gin Punch'
The London Economic
Inspired by Wilkins Micawber – a fictional character from Charles Dicken's David Copperfield – and his love of gin punch, this week's recipe is ideal for the winter months. Created by Duncan McRae, Global Ambassador of Hendrick's Gin, the hot gin punch ...

He Does Not Hug - The Weekly Standard 17 Nov 2017, 6:00 am


The Weekly Standard

He Does Not Hug
The Weekly Standard
Poor David Copperfield, to add to the other humiliations of his boyhood, at school is forced, for reasons too elaborate to go into here, to wear a sign that reads, “Take Care of Him. He Bites.� I have been thinking of that sign in connection with a ...

Real or illusion? OMSI blurs lines - Pamplin Media Group 16 Nov 2017, 9:29 pm


Pamplin Media Group

Real or illusion? OMSI blurs lines
Pamplin Media Group
If you were ever a fan of David Copperfield, David Blaine or Penn and Teller, you may just be a fan of magic. Or as the pros call it — illusion. The illustrious art and science of illusion is the subject of the latest featured exhibit at the Oregon ...

Found: Rare Seahorses Living in the River Thames - Atlas Obscura 16 Nov 2017, 7:11 pm


Atlas Obscura

Found: Rare Seahorses Living in the River Thames
Atlas Obscura
In the 19th century it was known as the “Great Stink,â€� and Charles Dickens called it a “polluted streamâ€� in David Copperfield (1850). By the late 1950s, after World War II bombings had destroyed much of London's Victorian sewage system, it was declared ...

Dickens' biographer has strong Bude connections - Bude & Stratton Post 16 Nov 2017, 10:55 am


Bude & Stratton Post

Dickens' biographer has strong Bude connections
Bude & Stratton Post
The author, who became interested in Dickens when he first read David Copperfield, holds a doctorate from the University of Exeter and regularly speaks on Victorian literature, including the likes of Dickens and the Bronte sisters' work. His talks have ...

'Back' Creator Simon Blackwell on Why He's Glad He Ditched Political Satire (Clue: Trump and Brexit) - Hollywood Reporter 16 Nov 2017, 10:29 am


Hollywood Reporter

'Back' Creator Simon Blackwell on Why He's Glad He Ditched Political Satire (Clue: Trump and Brexit)
Hollywood Reporter
Alongside his collaborations with Armando Iannucci (the two are currently working together on a David Copperfield adaptation), the Oscar-nominated writer has also found the time to team with Chris Morris for Four Lions in 2010 and script several ...

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Dealt - Weekly Alibi 16 Nov 2017, 12:05 am


Weekly Alibi

Dealt
Weekly Alibi
Stage magic, despite occasional, fleeting moments of coolness (“The Magicianâ€� starring Bill Bixby, David Copperfield getting engaged to Claudia Schiffer, David Blaine before he became an “endurance artist,â€� Now You See Me), is a fundamentally dorky ...

Dinner and a Magic Show: Mentalist Scott Silven Hosts At The Illusionist's Table Inside NYC's Famed McKittrick Hotel - PEOPLE.com 14 Nov 2017, 9:57 pm


PEOPLE.com

Dinner and a Magic Show: Mentalist Scott Silven Hosts At The Illusionist's Table Inside NYC's Famed McKittrick Hotel
PEOPLE.com
Take one part Clue, mix in some David Copperfield, add a double pour of Scotch and hire a Sex and the City chef. That's a pop culture reference-loaded way to describe the unique, immersive dinner theater experience of At The Illusionist's Table ...

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monthly serial; novel by Charles Dickens; published 1849–1850

The Personal History, Adventures, Experience and Observation of David Copperfield the Younger of Blunderstone Rookery (Which He Never Meant to Publish on Any Account)

David Copperfield
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