Charles Dickens  (1812-1870)
  • The Dickens Project -- A site prepared by Dickens scholars promoting "the study and enjoyment of the life, times, and works of Charles Dickens" 
  • The Dickens Page -- The most comprehensive Dickens page on the web, created and maintained by Mitsuharu Matsuoka
  • David Copperfield on TV-- Official sites for two recent television productions of the novel.  December 2000 TNT version featured Seinfeld's Michael Richards as Wilkins Micawber.  PBS aired a three-part BBC production in April 2000 starring Daniel Radcliffe of Harry Potter fame. 
  • Greenwood's 1827 Map of London -- Lincolns Inn Fields?  Camden Town?  Use this map to tour the various sites in London that Dickens's characters visit.
  • Dickens and America -- Dickens was incredibly popular in the United States throughout the nineteenth century and visited the country in 1842 and 1868.  One of his stops was the factories of Lowell, Mass., which is also the site of this April 2002 Conference devoted Dickens and America. 
  • See my Great Books site for other Dickens links, including more maps, an on-line concordance, and links for A Christmas Carol and A Tale of Two Cities.