The Mudfog Papers

"The total number of legs belonging to the manufacturing population of one great town in Yorkshire was, in round numbers, forty thousand, while the total number of chair and stool...

Reprinted Pieces

"Once upon a time, and of course it was in the Golden Age, and I hope you may know when that was, for I am sure I don't, though I have tried hard to find out, there lived in a...

Master Humphrey's Clock

"To conceal anything from those to whom I am attached, is not in my nature. I can never close my lips where I have opened my heart."Master Humphrey is an old, crippled man living...

The Mystery Of Edwin Drood

"That sprung up between us. You are not truly happy"Before their deaths, Edwin and Rosa’s fathers made them betrothed to one another. Now that they are of age, though, Edwin...

Sunday Under Three Heads

"Their good humour and delight know no bounds - for it is a delightful morning, all blue over head, and nothing like a cloud in the whole sky."Under the pseudonym of Timothy...

A Christmas Carol

The classic Christmas story by Charles Dickens. Evil, old Ebeneezer Scrooge has been a skinflint all his life. His only friend and partner died and he didn't mourn, he only used...

B. J. Harrison Reads David Copperfield

David Copperfield was a little boy who grew up in an unfortunate family. His father died six months before David’s birth. Later his mother remarried to a cruel man who beat him...

B. J. Harrison Reads The Christmas Stories Of Charles Dickens

"The Christmas Stories of Charles Dickens" is a precious collection of Christmas tales. Christmas spirit, joy, excitement, cheer and Christmas trees against low classes living in...

A Madman's Manuscript

"It is a grand thing to be mad"A rich, self-confessed madman meets a poor girl and, wishing to marry her, he puts on a "normal" persona and a fake smile. The girl’s family...

Hunted Down

When Mr. Julius Slinkton walks into Mr. Sampson’s insurance office to fetch some forms for his friend, Sampson has a strange suspicion that something isn’t quite right. And...

page 1 from 39