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Copperfield, Micawber. To see our collection of postcards of Dickens characters, visit http://oldstratforduponavon.com/dickens.html

Christmas essay in english wikipedia Christmas (which means "Christ's Mass") is a holiday that is celebrated on December It is a worldwide cultural and commercial phenomenon. For two millennia.

Little Nell and her Grandfather, from 'The Old Curiosity Shop' - Dickens.

Little Nell and her Grandfather, from 'The Old Curiosity Shop' - Dickens.

St. Martin's Church Lane, George Scharf, 1828

George Scharf, Chronicler of 19th C. London

Martin’s Church Lane at the time of the reign of George IV, by George Scharf, German, Scharf was a water colorist, draughtsman and lithographer who concentrated on the everyday.

Original Antique Engraving from 1800's. Dickens story, "Martin Chuzzlewit" written 1843-44.

Original Antique Engraving from Dickens story, "Martin Chuzzlewit" written

from A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. a London street. Illustrator P. J. Lynch.

PJ Lynch on drawing, painting and illustration with particular reference to his own work. PJ Lynch is an award winning illustrator whose books have sold more than two million copies worldwide.

The facial image of Scrooge’s late partner Marley becomes his door knocker - A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, 1953/1954

The facial image of Scrooge’s late partner Marley becomes his door knocker in Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol. Illustration by Anton Pieck, Dutch painter, etcher and maker of woodcuts. His illustrations have appeared in books and on.

A Christmas Carol

“It’s I, your uncle Scrooge. I have come to dinner. Will you let me in, Fred?” - A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Arthur Rackham, 1915

Charles Dickens - c 1850 "There is nothing int he world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and  good humour.

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

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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