Book Reviews of Nicholas Nickelby

Nicholas Nickelby
Nicholas Nickelby
Author: Charles Dickens
ISBN-13: 9780749307578
ISBN-10: 0749307579
Publication Date: 4/1991
Pages: 960

0 stars, based on 0 rating
Publisher: Heinemann (Txt)
Book Type: Paperback
Reviews: Amazon | Write a Review

7 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

reviewed Nicholas Nickelby on + 54 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Excellent for the book collector. Good, if dated, bibliography and biographical with critical studies included in this 1983 edition. For the Dickensian, this is a very good mid-level research tool.
reviewed Nicholas Nickelby on + 4 more book reviews
Wonderful book for Dickens' fans.
reviewed Nicholas Nickelby on
A Dicken's classic
reviewed Nicholas Nickelby on + 735 more book reviews
I found Nicholas Nickelby to be a very entertaining book with lots of humor. It is a long book but holds your attention because of the quirky characters that Dickens is noted for. In Nicholas Nickelby, Dickens is showing us the social injustice mainly to children. The theme of good vs. evil is also very prevalent but in the end good is victorious and the novel finishes with the characters living happily ever after. I would recommend this novel to anyone who is interested in reading about Victorian England.
reviewed Nicholas Nickelby on + 160 more book reviews
"It is a triumph of the imagination- a marvelously energetic work bursting with scenes of brilliant color, luminous humor, and poignant social commentary."
-From back cover
reviewed Nicholas Nickelby on + 76 more book reviews
2 hours on 2 cassettes
Read by actor, Tom Courtenay

From the back cover:
"Circumstances force Nicholas to enter the nightmarish world of Dotheboys Hall, a school run by the malevolent Wackford Squeers. When he leaves to seek his rightful inheritance, he travels southwards, encountering a troupe of theatrical artistes. The self-confidence he acquires is to stand him in good stead."
reviewed Nicholas Nickelby on + 68 more book reviews
i enjoyed this book because it gave me more detail about the characters of nicholas nickleby and the writings of charles dickens after seeing the movie.