• The Novels of Charles Dickens: An Introduction by David Timson to Nicholas Nickleby

  • By: David Timson
  • Length: 39 mins
  • Speech
  • Categories: Literature & Fiction, Classics
  • 3.8 out of 5 stars (53 ratings)

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David Timson talks about Charles Dickens, much loved for his great contribution to classic English Literature. Listen to Nicholas Nickleby narrated by David Horovitch.

One of Dickens’ earlier novels, dating from 1839, it charts the fortunes of an honorable young man, Nicholas Nickleby, who has set out to make his way in the world. Dickens presents his remarkably vivid display of Victorian characters and the life they lead, from the generous to the fated to the crushed. Hope springs eternal, however, and righteous persistence brings rewards.

Listen to Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens.

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NOT the actual book

This is just a 30 min intro to the book. I should have read the fine print.

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Title is Misleading

While this book was free, it is hardly worth keeping in your library. Only 40 minutes and not an ounce of Dickens to be had. Save your time