Peter Dollins on Charles Dickens

Adrian Shephard met the writer Peter Dollins in the garden of the birth house of Charles Dickens. What follows is a long talk about the 19th century writer. We hear about his books, his life, his youth, and also how everyday life in the poverty belt of London provided the stories, scenes that entered into the books of Dickens.

Listen now and pick up a book by Dickens later.

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