The ghost of Charles Dickens materializes in 20th century London and escorts actress Juliet Mills on a tour of some of the locales important to Dickens both in his own life and his novels. Included is Redgrave's bravura dramatic recreation of a public reading by Dickens as he must have done it during his own lifetime.
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[He and Juliet Mills are in Poets Corner at Westminster Abbey, where Dickens is buried
Still, the company here is not bad. Look!
[They gaze at the memorial statues and plaques dedicated to poets
Keats, Milton, Shelley - and William Shakespeare.