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ISBN: 0142002755 / ISBN-13: 9780142002759

Nicholas Nickleby

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Written in 1839, "Nicholas Nickleby" combines comedy and tragedy in a tale of triumph over adversity, where Nickleby succeeds despite poverty, the ... Show synopsis

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  • Nicholas Nickleby (Movie Tie-In) (Penguin Books) – Trade paperback (2002)
    by Charles Dickens, Douglas McGrath (Introduction by), Mark Ford (Notes by)

    Nicholas Nickleby (Movie Tie-In)

    Trade paperback, Penguin Books
    2002
    English
    814 pages

    ISBN: 0142002755
    ISBN-13: 9780142002759

    "Nicholas Nickleby" is Charles Dickens's gripping story about a boy's struggle to survive and find happiness in a hostile and unfeeling world. As Nicholas attempts to build a new and unconventional family, he is helped and hindered by a host of colorful characters, from his ruthless uncle to the hilarious and theatrical Crummles family and the cruel-hearted Wackford Squeers.

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Overall customer rating: 5.000
Leslie

Very Long, With Lots of Characters

by Leslie on May 14, 2011

I adored this book. Yes, it's long, with lots of characters, and plots, and side trips. But it's got delicious villainy in it, and equally delicious come-uppances, and unlikely heroes, and humor, and fun, and pathos. Wonderfully memorable characters will get under your skin and stay with you forever. Who will ever forget Smike, and think of him without choking up just a little? Or Sir Mulberry Hawke, and thinking of him without a shiver of disgust? Or the Squeerses, and think of them without wanting to laugh and puke all at the same time? Or Newman Noggs, and think of him without cheering his heroism? I've already written that Our Mutual Friend is my favorite Dickens novel. This comes a very, very close second. But be sure to get an edition (like the New Oxford Illustrated Dickens series) that comes with a list of characters, so you can keep them straight -- you'll need it!

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