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The Mystery of Edwin Drood is the final novel by the English author Charles Dickens, originally published in 1870. Though the novel is named after the character Edwin Drood, it focuses more on Drood's uncle, John Jasper, a precentor, choirmaster and opium addict, who lusts after his pupil, Rosa Bud.
- Fildes, Luke, Sir, Charles Dickens
- Serialized and book form 1870
- Chapman & Hall, London
A dramatization of Charles Dickens' unfinished novel about the mystery of the disappearance of Edwin Drood, a young man who may have been killed by his uncle John Jasper. The series explores the characters, the clues and the motives of the case, and the historical and social context of the era.
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- Matthew Rhys, Freddie Fox, Tamzin Merchant
The Mystery of Edwin Drood, unfinished novel by Charles Dickens, published posthumously in 1870. Only 6 of the 12 projected parts had been completed by the time of Dickens’s death. Although Dickens had included touches of the gothic and horrific in his earlier works, Edwin Drood was his only true.
- The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a musical written by Rupert Holmes based on the unfinished Charles Dickens novel of the same name. The show was the first Broadway musical with multiple endings (determined by audience vote). The musical won five Tony Awards, including Best Musical; from among eleven nominations.
The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a 2012 British television adaptation of the unfinished 1870 novel by Charles Dickens, adapted with a new ending by Gwyneth Hughes, produced by Lisa Osborne, and directed by Diarmuid Lawrence.
Charles Dickens, David Paroissien. 3.67. 12,210 ratings998 reviews. Charles Dickens's final, unfinished novel, and one that has puzzled readers and inspired writers since its publication, The Mystery of Edwin Drood is edited with an introduction by David Paroissien in Penguin Classics.