01- A Christmas Carol
02- A Tale of Two Cities
03- David Copperfield
04- Great Expectations
05- Hard Times
06- Hunted Down
07- Oliver Twist
08- Pictures From Italy
09- The Chimes
10- The Mystery of Edwin Drood
11- The Old Curiosity Shop
12- The Pickwick Papers
02- Mark Twain:
01- A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthurs Court
02- A Tramp Abroad
03- Life on the Mississippi
04- The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn
05- The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
06- The Prince and the Pauper
07- The Tragedy of Puddnhead Wilson
08- The War Prayer
09- Tom Sawyer Abroad
10- Tom Sawyer Detective
03- Alexandre Dumas:
01- The Black Tulip
02- The Count of Monte Cristo
03- The Three Musketeers
04- Twenty Years After
Charles Dickens (1812-1870)
English novelist, generally considered the greatest of the Victorian period. Dickens's works are characterized by attacks on social evils, injustice, and hypocrisy. He had also experienced in his youth oppression, when he was forced to end school in early teens and work in a factory. Dickens's good, bad, and comic characters, such as the cruel miser Scrooge, the aspiring novelist David Copperfield, or the trusting and innocent Mr. Pickwick, have fascinated generations of readers.
"In the little world in which children have their existence, whosoever brings them up, there is nothing so finely perceived and so finely felt, as injustice." (from Great Expectations, 1860-61)
Samuel Clemens/Mark Twain (1835-1910)
Throughout his career, Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain) published more than 30 books, hundreds of short stories and essays and gave lecture tours around the world. By the end of his life in 1910, Clemens had become known as the quintessential American author having captured in his works the spirit, character and even dialect of a diverse nation. His writing also served to voice his running commentary on American society. Thinly veiled behind the mask of humor and satire, Clemens' writing often critiqued social morals, politics and human nature, making his literature a unique reflection of the American experience in the latter part of the nineteenth century.
Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870)
One of the most famous French writers of the 19th century. Dumas is best known for historical adventure novels like The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo, both written within the space of two years, 1844-45, and which belong to the foundation works of popular culture.
Alexandre Dumas continue to intrigue millions of readers around the world, 150 years after their creation. The stories have been translated into almost a hundred languages, and the most famous, The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo, have inspired more than 100 of the 200 films based on Dumas's works.
His father died young leaving Dumas without an inheritance, Dumas overcame poverty, the lack of formal education, and the constant wear and tear of 19th-century racism to become one of the world's most popular writers. By the time Dumas was 35, he had laid the foundations of bourgeois drama, helped stage a Romantic revolution in theater, and helped create a new kind of Romantic novel.
The timeless works he created are still being made available in bookstores and revisited on cinema screens.
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