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By Martin Morana
This article describes in brief the why and how humour thrived during the thousands of years that man (and women) civilised themselves. The article treats humour as was seen in Biblical times, during Greek and Roman times; in the writings of Shakespeare and Dickens. There is even a hint of...
This is set in viewpoint of the man that left Miss Havisham (Great Expectations-Charles Dickens)explaining why he left her on their wedding day.
By Alexa Rae
This was an assignment I had for my Dickens writing class. We had to emulate Dickens' style in his "Sketches by Boz" short stories. The service industry is something I am familiar with and all of the things that come with it.
I couldn't sleep last night and since I had just read A Christmas Carol I decided to do a tribute to Dickens and his book.
A story about a teenager in the Victorian era who is rescued by a young girl who he falls in love with. However, even after escaping the trackers are still after him. Can the pair manage to escape their clutches.
A slender middle aged brown skin man with a ridiculous mustache squeezed in a very narrow space taught English at a college that trained students in agricultural sciences. Mr. Purshotham, the English teacher wore either a light Green or Beige trouser alternatively week long and never wore a...
This is a poem I wrote back in 2007 during my GCSE's. It's based on the character of Miss Havisham from Charles Dickens' 'Great Expectations'.
The dead can eat your souls...
A Desecration of both a great novel and the holiday season in general.
â€œHe was never cut out to be a doctor, unlike his father he was good with his hands in fixing things, he could have been a good electrician; he installed electrical wiring with fuses and everything for the new extension to the house some years ago or he could have run a news stand so he...
By Miss Murder
I can sum it all by saying that i was so affected by Charles Dickens Novel
This is how vampires celebrate christmas? Ooookay....