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Out of the Blacking Factory: Charles Dickens at the New York Public LIbrary
December 16, 2011
Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, South Court Classrooms
Aside from Shakespeare, no writer has more thoroughly engaged the public’s imagination than Charles Dickens; no gallery of characters is more varied or memorable. This presentation examines various aspects of Dickens’s life and reputation, the broad range of his fiction, and the various illustrators who added a crucial visual element to his verbal design.
- Class Format: Lecture/demonstration
- Audience: Adults, Book Lovers