DF Central, Recording: The Turning Point: A Year That Changed Dickens and the World

The Turning Point: A Year That Changed Dickens and the World

The format was slightly different from our usual talks. Robert spoke briefly about his book and why he sees 1851 as the key year in Dickens’s creative life, before discussing his work with Lucinda Hawksley. Lucinda is the great-great-great granddaughter of Charles Dickens and an acclaimed biographer, broadcaster and lecturer in her own right. The event was attended by over a 100 members and was followed by a lively discussion.

 For a recording of the event, please click here.

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