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January 13, 2011


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Not amused.

But at least they are going to celebrate the bicentennial, so that's something!

Aww, cheer up, sweetie. Just try to focus on the "They're not ignoring Dickens" part. *hugs*

So this is written by the same person who wrote the most recent Oliver Twist TV series? I didn't like that one, but hopefully Great Expectations will be better.

Personally, I hope we get a good adaptation of Nicholas Nickleby in the near future. :)

yay! GE is my favourite and I have NEVER seen an adaptation worthy of the book ( and I have seen every film and/or television adaptation ever made in the english language.

I am so excited for this adaptation!!!!

I had a thought about this today (and I daresay it's wishful thinking lol) but does this mean the DC adaptation is definitely cancelled? Andrew Davies had said the Copperfield series would take "several years," so maybe it's scheduled after the bicentennial? Thoughts?

I haven't heard anything about the DC adaptation lately, but my hope is that GE will lead to more Dickens adaptations, and that DC will be one of them. Maybe it is just wishful thinking, but it's not outside the realm of possibility! :-)

^ ^
There have been greater Dickensidences after all, lol! ;)

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