• The international home page for The Dickens Fellowship is the best place to find general information about our worldwide organization.

  • Other American Fellowships with websites include the Cleveland Dickens Fellowship and the Friends of Dickens (New York).

  • The Dickens Project, which comes to us from the University of California at Santa Cruz is a must!

  • Learn about 48 Doughty Street, the legendary home where Dickens composed Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby, by visitng the The Charles Dickens Museum (formerly The Dickens House Museum) .

  • Our friend from Japan, Mitsuharu Matsuoka, has an extensive collection of Dickensian treats on his home page, including information about the Japanese Branch of the Dickens Fellowship, and a Hyper-concordance of Dickens's novels.

  • Who says there's no Dickens in the midwest? David A. Perdue, from Rolla, Missouri, maintains an excellent and attractive Charles Dickens Page.

  • Charles Dickens - Gad's Hill Place contains a searchabel quotes database, essays, articles, and much, much more on the life of Dickens.

  • Charles Dickens's Themes is a lovely site that discusses major themes in the various novels.

  • Dickens: Women, Children, and Dogs is a site from Philadelphia Fellowship member Joan Nichols.

  • Indiana University's Victoria Research Web is an invaluable resource for the professional academic as well as the casual browser.

  • Brown University's Victorian careful, you could explore this one for hours!

  • Paul Lewis's Wilkie Collins Page has a multitude of interesting links regarding Dickens's famous contemporary.

  • See expert analysis of Great Expectations by friends of our branch, Thelma Grove (our proxy) & the late Dr. David Parker, former curator of the CDM

  • A  Visit to Charles Dickens Kitchen at Gad’s Hill in Kent. Featuring Cedric Charles Dickens making Smoking Bishop and a tour inside the home.