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Dickens' 200th Anniversary

Charles_Dickens_3.jpgHis novels have never gone out of print in 175 years... and his characters are staples of Western culture and literature. The world is celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens. UNB Saint John professor Sarah Maier looks at the writer and why his work continues to resonate.

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