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The mystery of Edwin Drood

Charles Dickens

The mystery of Edwin Drood

by Charles Dickens

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Published by H. Milford in London, New York [etc.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Choral conductors -- Fiction.,
    • Missing persons -- Fiction.,
    • Cathedrals -- Fiction.,
    • England -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesEdwin Drood.
      Statementby Charles Dickens.
      GenreFiction.
      SeriesThe World"s classics., 263
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ3.D55 E19, PR4564 E19
      The Physical Object
      Pagination3 p. l., 376 p.
      Number of Pages376
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6684718M
      LC Control Number25026576
      OCLC/WorldCa8722925

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      Left unfinished after Dickens died in , The Mystery of Edwin Drood centers on Edwin Drood's uncle, John Jasper, and his love for Rosa Bud, Edwin's fiancee. Set in the dark, fictional cathedral city of Cloisterham, the novel is awash with guilt, disguise, and mystery. About The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Charles Dickens’s final, unfinished novel, and one that has puzzled readers and inspired writers since its publication Edwin Drood is contracted to marry orphan Rosa Bud when he comes of age, but when they find that duty has gradually replaced affection, they agree to break off the engagement.


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The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Dickens's last novel, lay unfinished at his death. Speculation remains rife as to its probably conclusion; evidence suggests that, fascinated as Dickens was by details of the plotting, his basic concern was for character and appropriate setting, in particular the character of the hero-villain, Jasper/5().

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England, fiction, mystery, Victorian: Description: Charles Dickens's final, unfinished novel, and one that has puzzled readers and inspired writers since its publication Edwin Drood is contracted to marry orphan Rosa Bud when he comes of age, but when they find that duty has gradually replaced affection, they agree to break off the engagement.

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Dickens' fifteenth novel was his last and was never completed. The story is a murder mystery in which Edwin Drood is supposedly murdered and suspicion is cast on his uncle.

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