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  1.   1. Possibly one of the most famous stories of literary history, played in theater many times and not less often adapted for the big screen or the world of animation. Many call of immortal work, since for more time passes equally continues to captivate readers, filmgoers and filmmakers.   The undersigned this article however, has had trouble getting the original work up in libraries, and finally thanks to the Internet so I could read (Let no defender of copyright be alarmed,...
  2.  ANALYSIS -  A CHRISTMAS CAROL -  CHARLES DICKENS   Character  Ebenezer Scrooge  The protagonist, Scrooge is a cold, miserly creditor whose redemption to kindness and selflessness forms the arc of A Christmas Carol. Scrooge represents the Victorian rich who neglect the poor and think only of their own well-being. The most motivation Dickens provides for Scrooge's character is his depiction of him as a young boy; neglected by his peers and, it appears, by his...
  3.     A Dickensian passion:  British director Mike Newell adapts 'Great Expectations'  last great  work  of the writer . His academic  version is the result  of decades  of study  and love of English author.         young idealists, social and economic misery, sentimental climax... "All true," confirms Mike Newell (St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England, 1942). "We add one more: he was a very popular...
  4.   Just 200 years of the birth of Charles Dickens On February 7, 2012 marks the bicentenary of the birth of the English writer, one of the most famous novelists in world literature. In his extensive work masterfully combined storytelling, humor, and irony tragic sense with acid social criticism and a fine description of people and places, both real and imagined. The collection 1-1 educ.ar portal offers you one of his best novels: Oliver Twist. Film, TV & Radio Film, TV &...
  5. Literature & Education Dickens believed that enriching people’s life with knowledge and enjoyment of the arts was key to building a fair society and creating opportunities. Dickens 2012 is committed to following Dickens’s educational mission by supporting learning activities around the world, from teachers’ conferences and family workshops to creative writing master classes and writing competitions. Festivals & Outdoor The life and work of Dickens is regularly celebrated in festivals...