Charles Dickens Message Board

Alexa posts on 3/4/2006 5:24:06 PM I am doing an analysis over "the trial for murder" by Charles Dickens, and cannot seem to find or word the theme correctly, i could really use the help in finding the theme, and if you have read it i would appreciate you posting back the theme.
Katrina posts on 2/23/2006 8:03:25 PM You should probably take it to either an antique store, or a rare book store. Either should be able to point you in the right direction.
Brad posts on 2/23/2006 1:24:56 AM I have the Charles Dickens book "Our Mutual Friend", Hardback and it is in excellent shape and VERY OLD. There are no pages missing from it at all, BUT, and I have looked everywhere, I cannot find a COPYRIGHT date in it. I would assume it is over 100 years old, but since there is no copyright date, I cannot be sure. Does anyone know how I might find out how much this book is worth, and/or what that date might be?

laurab posts on 1/4/2006 1:17:45 PM I am doing a book review at school about A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens can anyone help me write one
sneha posts on 12/23/2005 11:34:39 AM please sent me a proper book review of the book 'a christmas carol' for my english project as soon as possible. it should contain some of the best compliments about the book and all the important things needed for my project. thank you
sweetsugar2005 posts on 12/5/2005 3:25:47 PM please can anyone help me i'm doing book reviews on David Copperfield, Great expectations, and Oliver Twist. Can anyone help me as i dont understand any of them. thanks anyone who does loadsa luv sweet sugar 2005 xxxx thank you again and any informayion would be apreciatingly welcomed bye sweet sugar 2005
Pokey Slap posts on 8/12/2005 1:59:22 AM Doug Colt, Douglas W. Colt and Douglas Colt are some of the most wonderful people I have ever met in my life. Were it not for the incredible generosity of these boys, the American Lung Association might well be bankrupt by now! God bless these boys! ---- Doug Colt, Douglas W. Colt, Douglas Colt
Oswaldo posts on 8/4/2005 8:42:53 PM My teacher axed me to write about one of Charles Dickents's book. Has any body heard of him? What books? Wich should I chose?
Katrina posts on 7/29/2005 10:23:09 AM I think you guys should actually write your own papers. USE YOUR HEADS it's not that hard.
Katrina posts on 7/28/2005 5:11:04 PM I think anyone wanting subjects on papers should go to the Victorian Web. If you google it, it will come up as Victorian Web: Overview. Then go to authors and scroll down to Dickens. Some really interesting discussions. Has anyone read a lot of Dickens's work? I've read all his novels and now i'm working on his short stories, and i would really like someone to talk to about the novels. So...yeah. Tschuss!
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