4 edition of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Dickens found in the catalog.
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Dickens
|Statement||with a foreword by Kate Perugini and notes appendices, etc., by Walter Dexter.|
|Contributions||Dickens, Catherine., Dexter, Walter, 1877-1944.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||299|
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Mr Dickens and His Carol is a fictional account of how Charles Dickens was inspired to write his most famous book - and managed to invent Christmas - and the Christmas book - at the same time.
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"The Man Who Invented Christmas" is based on a nonfiction book published in -- the real story of how Dickens' book came to be. "Mr. Dickens and His Carol" is an imagined story (based on true circumstances of Dickens' life) that I wrote as a screenplay about 15 years ago, optioned four different times to four different film companies, had a few near misses with the big screen -- which was when I /5.
and Mrs. Charles Dickens Entertain at Home presents an account of the life of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dickens told in a series of parties, or "Occasions", given in their own homes. With each is given the lists of distinguished guests; a Victorian Menu taken from Kate Dickens's book What Shall We Have for Dinner?; and a matching one for use today.
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