If you follow this blog you are well aware of the varied events, exhibitions and publications celebrating what would have been Charles Dickens’ 200th birthday. You can discover many of the happenings surrounding the Bicentenary by visiting the Museum of London (or the website) and the Charles Dickens Museum on Doughty Street London, where Dickens lived and wrote for two years in his twenties.
But if you are a true cartophile, as well as a Dickens fan, you should check-out this amazing Google map that picks out every location mentioned in Dickens’ novels.
- The Guardian Dickens walk five: Charles Dickens Birthplace Museum (guardian.co.uk)
- 10 London sites to celebrate Charles Dickens – 1. The Charles Dickens Museum (exploringlondon.wordpress.com)
- Uriah Heep: My favourite Charles Dickens character (telegraph.co.uk)
- You: Charles Dickens Museum launches new identity and plans refurbishment – Design Week (designweek.co.uk)
- National News: Charles to lead Dickens celebration (coventrytelegraph.net)
- What the Dickens! (rakstagemom.wordpress.com)
- Charles Dickens: Prince Charles leads tributes (telegraph.co.uk)