These are the posts I wrote on this blog on Dickens’ Our Mutual Friend during my reading of it in 2012.

“Our Mutual Friend” by Charles Dickens: Book the First – “The Cup and the Lip”

“Our Mutual Friend” by Charles Dickens: Book the Second – “Birds of a Feather”

“Our Mutual Friend” by Charles Dickens: Book the Third – “A Long Lane”

“Our Mutual Friend” by Charles Dickens: Book the Fourth – “A Turning”

Other posts on Dickens:

Dickens and his detractors

Dickens and the Indians

“Great Expectations” and “L’Education Sentimentale”

“A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens

The comedy of “Pickwick Papers”

The three endings of “Great Expectations”

Coming soon: the year of Charles Dickens

“The Haunted Man” by Charles Dickens

“Bleak House” by Charles Dickens

“The Chimes” by Charles Dickens

“A Christmas Carol” questionnaire

Expectations great and small

The Cricket on the Hearth” by Charles Dickens

“A Christmas Carol”, Tolstoy, and Dostoyevsky. And a bit of Henry James.

“Oliver Twist” by Charles Dickens

“A Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens

One response to this post.

  1. Hello, H.

    I admit that I’ve been remiss in my visitations lately. Time just zips on by and, before I know it, it’s been months since I was here last.

    I was thinking about you the other day. I was in a Dickens mood. I decided to read something that I should have read back in high school, but cheated at that time and read the CliffsNotes™ version just to pass the test.

    The book I’m speaking of here is A Tale of Two Cities. I have to admit that I’m enjoying it thoroughly so far. I’m reading a 1968 paperback copy that is in amazingly good condition. It’s been on my shelf for many, many years.

    I still credit you for my love of Dickens. You may remember that I didn’t care much for ol’ Boz when we first met online some dozen or so years ago. The Pickwick Papers change all of that for me.

    Ta-ta for now, H…



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