The Uncommercial Traveller


Author: Charles Dickens

At the height of his career, around the time he was working on Great Expectations and Our Mutual Friend, Charles Dickens wrote a series of sketches, mostly set in London, which he collected as The Uncommercial Traveller. In the persona of “the Uncommercial,” Dickens wanders the city streets and brings London, its inhabitants, commerce, and entertainment vividly to life. So….Read More

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