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Title: Nicholas Nickleby
Author: Charles Dickens
ISBN: 978-0-195462-41-8
Genre: Classics
Level: 2
Module:

Getting along with others
Cultures of the world
Teenage life


Nicholas Nickleby goes to London with his mother and sister Kate after his father died. They are poor and ask a relative, Ralph Nickleby, to help.

Ralph persuades Nicholas to work in a school far away from London, and uses Kate to attract men who will do business with him.

Soon things start to go wrong. Ralph Nickleby decides he will do anything he can to punish his nephew, even if that means hurting the people Nicholas loves.

Read this exciting story, and find out how Nicholas saves his loved ones.

Charles Dickens lived and worked in London in the nineteenth century. Many of his stories, which have been very popular, are about the lives of poor people in those days.

Four other books of his are available as Oxford Progressive English Readers: Oliver Twist in Grade 2, and The Pickwick Papers, David Copperfield and Great Expectations in Grade 3.


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