If you'd like to hang a Dickensian last line on your wall, Etsy shop Luminous Particular can oblige you! They have a Great Expectations one (from the revised ending, not the original one) and twodifferent versions with the last line from A Tale of Two Cities. They also do custom requests.
Billionaire.com profiles Charles Dickens's great-great-granddaughter Lucy Dickens, an artist inspired by scenes in and around the Ritz London. Go here to read the piece, to see some of her paintings, and to get details about her upcoming exhibition at the Osborne Studio Gallery!
I was intrigued to learn that British writer and historian Lauren Johnson has written a play about Dickens's friend Angela Burdett-Coutts, titled Lady Unknown. (That was also the title of a biography of Burdett-Coutts.) The play has been performed at the Charles Dickens Museum.
"She deserve to be remembered and celebrated," says Johnson of the Victorian heiress and philanthropist who worked closely with Dickens on several charitable efforts. I couldn't agree more.