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Night Walks

Charles Dickens Ø 5 review

Sible with describing my prevalent feeling I experienced while reading this book it would be that I felt I was softly sinking or rather drowning in a sea of letters encompassing me with an overwhelming feeling of jubilation and euphoriaAnd my in what better way can man rekindle his love for writing reading and English than by reading the words of Dickens I can only but hope that his novels could in some way if even slightly resemble these beautifully written articles Each word in my most humble but assertive opinion was a stroke which upon putting them all together reveals this brilliant and elegant masterpiece The author of these articles is a man who masterpiece The author these articles is a man who anyone reading his work would agree is one everyone wishes was in actuality acuainted with His political and social opinions and especially his affinity for children and his deep genuine empathy displayed in these articles in the most pleasing of ways for their cause and suffering led me to ponder as if I were a young child that I walked alongside this magnificent character Dickensian brilliance as always I really enjoyed reading some of his non fiction for a change and discovering some of Dickens s views and observations on Victorian London This short book has a number. 1863 Wapping workhouse All the Year Round 3 February 1860 A small star in the east All workhouse All the Year Round 3 February 1860 A small star in the east All Year Round 19 December 1868 On an amateur. Of essays by Charles Dickens about walks he took through London Insomnia caused Dickens to walk the streets at night but there caused Dickens to walk the streets at night but there also other essays about his time walking the London streets including one where he becomes separated from his adult companion as a child and believing himself to be lost forever determines to go off and seek his fortuneDickens was always interested in social reform and his walks tend to take him to the seedier parts of the capital During his travels he visits workhouses children s hospitals and chats with many of the poor people living on the margins of society At times I felt some of his writing was a little voyeuristic but then he admitted to being unmanned by the poverty and hunger of the children he came across and you were once again drawn in Obviously Dickens was a powerful writer and his journalism and eye for detail were and are important windows into the poverty of Victorian London Above all he treats the companions he talks to as euals and with humanity never condescending and always interested in human nature A good read and a nice collection to "Dip Into If You Have "into if you have read any Dickens before and just want to have an idea of his writing style before embarking on his much longer novel. to have an idea of his writing style before embarking on his much longer novel. All the Year Round 27 February 1869 Betting shops Household Words 26 June 1852 Trading in death Household Words 27 November 1852. Essays charting Dickens s experiences walking through the city of London recording characters observing industry noting hypocrisies and humorous scenes as he passes through Dickens is at his best when he records and recreates the scenes of the Victorian street These essays are touching and engaging without the presence of that melodrama that can exhaust the reader of his fiction I must say that it is immensely unfortunate that I am only coming to become acuainted with Charles Dickens at this current time and after having read over 90 books throughout my lifetime The sheer joy that accompanies reading anything by the pen and after having read over 90 books throughout my lifetime The sheer joy that accompanies reading anything by the pen Dickens is one that must not be missed by a single "Soul With Complete Disregard To Their Affiliation To An Age "with complete disregard to their affiliation to an age It is my firm belief even if done at the best of my ability that critiuing this book in no matter how positive a light will do it absolutely no amount of justiceFollowing with my common habit of assigning to each of my favorite authors an adjective defining in a sense the emotion or sensation that arises deep in my breast upon reading his or her work I cannot find a better description to ascribe Dickens with but by announcing that his work is delicious and if I were to be as vivid as is pos. Night walks All the Year is delicious and if I were to be as vivid as is pos. Night walks All the Year 21 July 1860 Gone astray Household Words 13 August 1853 Chatham Dockyard All the Year Round 29 August. .