Literary period

The story “Nobody’s story” by Charles Dickens is an example of Victorian literature. This period is considered to be the Golden Age of British Literature, and Charles Dickens is the most famous novelist from this literary period. 



Works with the same theme or by the same author

Charles Dickens is also the author of several other short stories, including “The Signal-Man”. In the story, the narrator meets a railway worker who is haunted by a ghost. Every time the ghost appears, horrible events take place on the train he works on. While “Nobody’s Story” tackles social issues such as the power dynamics between the classes, “The Signal-Man” focuses on ideas such as insanity and the supernatural.

The short story “The Silver Bell” by David Evans also explores the theme of …

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