These are some of our favorite links to information about Charles Dickens and his friends.

Favorite Links

The following is a list of useful links that I have compiled. If you wish to be added to this list, please send me an e-mail.

Favorite Sites

The Dickens Fellowship
Information on the Dickens Fellowship, its history and functions. Access, also, to information about the Headquarters Branch.
The Dickens House Museum
A museum and library about Charles Dickens in the house at 48 Doughty St. in London, where he wrote some of his earliest books. A reservoir of English Dickensiana.
The Dickens Project
The University of California at Santa Cruz houses the most important scholarly engagement with Dickens in the world. Each year, about August 1, there is a week-long conference on one of Dickens' works. The attendance is large and spirited. The discussions are profound but witty and intelligible to the wide audience of afficionados of Charles Dickens. The Project itself is a world wide consortium of Dickens scholars.
Charles Dickens
A link to Finland with a comprehensive view of the inimitable's works and life.
The Dickens Page
The grandmother of all Dickens pages, wonderfully maintained by Mitsuharu Matsuoka at Nagoya
David Perdue's Charles Dickens Page
A wide-ranging website dealing with many aspects of Charles Dickens, personal, biographical, literary and critical.
Charles Dickens' Gads Hill Place
An off-beat Dickens site.
The Wilkie Collins Homepage
Paul Lewis's guide to Dickens' friend and collaborator.
Victorian Web
Access to important information on Victorian literature and social issues

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