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Charles Dickens

      Staatsexamen (Frühjahr 2006, nicht vertieft)
Abridged from: Smith, Godfrey (1996): The English Companion. An Idiosyncratic A-Z of England and Englishness. Moretonhampstead: Old House Books.
  Charles Dickens   If you want to find out more about the famous author, David Perdue's Charles Dickens Page provides a good starting point.
      Additional useful links can be found on the Ericae site (which was recommended to me by Mrs. McVey and her fifth graders).
      A mini-biography of Charles Dickens (and of several other famous writers) can be found at freebooknotes.com. Thank you to the student intern at www.valleybookclub.com for this suggestion.
  Quilp   The text mentions an evil dwarf that seemed almost real to Dickens while he was writing. Here is an illustration of Quilp.
  Workshop   The translation of workshop in this text usually presents a problem. For this reason, take a look at the output of Lucas Cranach's workshop, e.g. at Artsy.