Facts on Authors Classics Edition – Dickens | Vlogmas Day 2



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My Sources:
http://www.biography.com/people/charles-dickens-9274087
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Dickens
http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/dickens/dickensbio1.html

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16 Responses

  1. mxylpx says:

    Good Show!

  2. MagicOfBooks says:

    Love these author facts and really like Charles Dickens. Want to read more of his works. I've only gotten around to "Great Expectations" and "A Christmas Carol." I think I want to tackle "A Tale of Two Cities" next. Oh, fun fact, did you know that actor Harry Lloyd (Game of Thrones, Doctor Who, Robin Hood) is the great-great-great grandson of Dickens? I just found that so cool, haha!

  3. Books for MKs says:

    I forget where I heard this little tidbit…  One of Dicken's children snuck into his father's office while he was writing, and spied his father talking to himself in a mirror, making faces and silly expressions, acting out the dialogue of his characters, then rushing to the desk to write it down.  What an imagination!

  4. Books for MKs says:

    Why won't YouTube let me "like" this video 500 times?!! haha!  Love it so much!  I adore Dickens, and knowing the background gives such insight into his writing.

    I don't wanna be nitpicky, but…. You said Wilkie Collins wrote the "first mystery novel", but I think you meant The Moonstone is the first "detective" novel.  ???
    I did a video last month… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgqDwz9RuhE

    I love these author facts videos! Keep 'em coming!

  5. Ксения Алешкина says:

    I love Dickens!!! Thank you!!! 🙂

  6. Kathleen Ann says:

    I love the author facts feature. I've only read two Dickens but plan to read more. PS your dog is adorable!

  7. MyReadingGlasses says:

    For some reason this video gave me all the feels! Fantastic as always. Love this series Sam! 🙂
    Good luck reading all of Dickens next year! I'd like to do that some day as well.

  8. Akossiwa K says:

    Now I love him even more as an author. Thanks for doing this! 🙂

  9. steakuccino says:

    Ooh, look at us both talking about Dickens in our second Vlogmas videos. I LOVE your festive, seasonal end card. I'm a little confused, though, about why she only took one of her ten children. Did she have a favorite? Was he or she still a wee babe? How do you leave nine of your children behind?

  10. Bitten by a radioactive book says:

    Very interesting and it's such a great tie-in to do this during your Dickens Christmas read-a-long.

  11. TellerofTales says:

    This was so interesting! I tried to read all of Dickins works in six months- I fell three books short -so close!!!!…

  12. the Reading Space says:

    love these videos! 

  13. Lindsey Rey says:

    This was fascinating!!

  14. Retired Book Nerd says:

    I do a re-read of A Christmas Carol every year! I also watch the movie (George C. Scott version) about 20 times between Thanksgiving and Christmas. I practically have it memorized and my children won't watch with me anymore because I want to recite with the actors! lololol….. Your dog is absolutely adorable! Thanks for turning me on to Vlogmas…. I am enjoying it!

  15. Patti's Book Nook says:

    With all those influences and experiences no wonder he was such an amazing writer!

  16. The Lawn Gnome says:

    Was Gonzo not the greatest depiction of Charles Dickens ever!? 😛

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