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Charles Dickens 200th Anniversary Collection Vol. 5

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2012 was the 200th anniversary of Dickens' birth. This is the fifth and last volume; the first volume of short works - fiction, essays, poetry and speeches, previously unrecorded for LibriVox, was catalogued by Dickens' birthday on February 7th 2012, and further volumes followed throughout the anniversary year. (Summary by Ruth Golding)

(6 hr 56 min)

Chapters

A Preliminary Word: Leading article in the first edition of Household Words

7:04

Read by K.G.Cross

The Very Friendly Young Gentleman, from Sketches of Young Gentlemen

9:50

Read by Alisson Veldhuis

The Military Young Gentleman, from Sketches of Young Gentlemen

10:33

Read by Alisson Veldhuis

George Silverman's Explanation, Part 1

48:01

Read by dan_h

George Silverman's Explanation, Part 2

33:43

Read by dan_h

A Flight, from Household Words, Vol. III

26:41

Read by Joy S Grape

Reflections of a Lord Mayor from Household Words, Vol. X

14:01

Read by Jason Mills

The Contradictory Couple, from Sketches of Young Couples

11:39

Read by Bill Mosley

The Couple who Dote upon Their Children, from Sketches of Young Couples

16:50

Read by Bill Mosley

Bill-sticking from Reprinted Pieces

35:54

Read by Muriel

The Ghost of Art, from Reprinted Pieces

17:39

Read by K.G.Cross

Out of Town from Reprinted Pieces

20:29

Read by Ruth Golding

Sunday under Three Heads, Dedication and Chapter 1

28:43

Read by MaryAnn

Sunday under Three Heads, Chapter 2

24:38

Read by MaryAnn

Sunday under Three Heads, Chapter 3

23:03

Read by sid

The Thousand and One Humbugs I, from Household Words, Vol. XI

19:27

Read by NoelBadrian

The Thousand and One Humbugs II, from Household Words, Vol. XI

22:22

Read by NoelBadrian

The Thousand and One Humbugs III, from Household Words, Vol. XI

21:57

Read by NoelBadrian

Curious Misprint in the Edinburgh Review from Old Lamps for New Ones

18:41

Read by Petra

Personal from Household Words, 12th June 1858

5:15

Read by Bill Mosley