This conference will explore Charles Dickens's relationship with London and the ways in which the capital influenced and shaped his life, his work and his social conscience.
Speakers include: Alex Werner (Museum of London) and Tony Williams, Dickensís Victorian London; Michael Allen, Charles Dickens and the Blacking Factory; Jenny Hartley (Roehampton University), Charles Dickens and the Fallen Women of London; Nicholas Waloff, Dickensís Other Family Ė servants in Dickensís life; and Ruth Richardson, Dickens and the Workhouse. There will also be readings from Peter Clarkís Dickensís London.
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