Episode: The enduring appeal of Charles Dickens: still entertaining us, 150 years later


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The enduring appeal of Charles Dickens: still entertaining us, 150 years later
On the 150th anniversary of Dickens's death, Eleanor revisits her 2011 conversation with British biographer Claire Tomalin.

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