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(dik'ĕnz),
Frank, 20th-century British biochemist. See: Dickens shunt, Warburg-Lipmann-Dickens-Horecker shunt.
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For those who cannot wait until next month to get their Dickens on, Lookingglass Theatre Company is currently staging its award-winning adaptation of Charles Dickenss HARD TIMES directed by Heidi Stillman.
The Charles Dickens Museum in London has been given a grant of more than PS780,000 by the National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF) to buy the desk and chair which he used in his final home, Gad's Hill Place in Kent.
The Charles Dickens School is located in Kent and is currently the educational home of approximately 1 200 students.
Charles Dickens | 1976: Joan Bazely became the first woman referee of an all-male football match at Croydon, and Diana Thorne became the first woman jockey to win under National Hunt Rules.
During the mid-19th century, Charles Dickens was editor of his own magazines: Household Words and All Year Round.
The statue's unveiling will involve a nine-year-old descendant of the author, Oliver Dickens, along with Esha Abedin, a pupil of the local Charles Dickens Primary School, and actors Edward Fox and Joanna David.
The Christian voice of Charles Dickens is heard loud and clear, and Colledge should be commended for his fine scholarship.
I was right back in the middle of Bloomsbury, without realizing it, and who do you think was my next-door neighbour, two houses away in the direction of Euston Station, but Charles Dickens himself
It was celebrated by a series of high-profile events in London, at which I was present, in my role as Trustee of the Charles Dickens Museum, which is located on Doughty Street, in one of his London homes.
Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol in protest at the employment of children in mines and it has been adapted for the screen numerous times.
It was in 1859 that the young Charles Dickens, then a reporter for the Illustrated London News, was sent to the island to cover the tragic sinking of the Royal Charter.
According to the Dickens 2012 official website, the exhibition which runs till 28 October, 2012 will explore the significant connection between Charles Dickens and visual art.