Charles Dickens Documentary

Charles Dickens was one of the most well-known writers of the 19th century. This documentary explores his life and how he was able to encourage social reform while keeping his stories fun and relatable to the masses. For example, he asked his readers not to imagine the poor, but to imagine themselves as poor. To help achieve this, he made his characters relatable, then put them as in Oliver Twist's case, into the harsh conditions of a factory, etc. Related Article: The Man Who Invented Christmas: History vs. Hollywood

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