Online Resources

Complete, digitized editions of All the Year Round and Household Words, the two magazines DIckens edited. Open access and fully searchable.

A short history of films adapted from Dickens, with links to Dickens materials in the collections of the British Film Institute.

A Dickens filmography, with information on more than 300 films and tv shows drawn from or inspired by Dickens's work.

Digitized facsimile editions of Hard Times and A Tale of Two Cities in their original serial format. A Stanford University Project.

Site devised by teachers to give students an opportunity to learn more about the art of creative writing and the importance of copyright. It is supported by video insights from contemporary writers.

With more than 14,000 images and a collection of parliamentary papers, the FRDA provides access to the most complete searchable digital archive of French Revolution images available.​

A collection of archival and video resources at the British Library. These items will help students open up the social, cultural and political context in which Dickens was writing.

A massive collection of links to all things Dickens on the web: Dickens as journalist, Dickens's life and family, palys and films drawn from Dickens, textual illustrations and publication, etc. 

Vast colection of links to scholarly discussion of all things Dickens texts, illustrations, biography, critical readings, historical contexts, etc. 

A list of resources about Charles Dickens as selected by researchers and editors of the New York Times. Includes "Teaching Dickens with the New York Times." 

A blog for all things Dickens: quotes, reflections, adaptations, references and tributes from other authors, and more.