Mr. Wemmick, Sen. is Mr. John Wemmick's father. He delights in reading the newspaper aloud and being nodded to. He is hard of hearing
Great Expectations is Dickens's 13th novel. It appeared in monthly installments from December 1860 to August 1961 in the periodical All the Year Round. It was also published in the United States in Harper's Weekly. It is one of Dickens's best...
He is a 19 year old boy who was left in early childhood in the care of the Squeers' school. He performs chores for Mr. and Mrs. Squeers; they in turn abuse him and beat him. He is timid, broken-spirited, constantly ill, and not very intelligent. ...
Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, The
Nicholas Nickleby, Dickens' third novel, is about social injustice in England. Nicholas Nickleby's father dies and the family, Nicholas, sister Kate, and their mother, are forced to move to London to ask for assistance from their Uncle Ralph...
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