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Check out ngims Publishing's other illustrated literary classics. The vast majority of our books have original illustrations, free audiobook download, and navigable Table of Contents. Browse our library collection by typing in ngims plus the title you're looking for, e.g. ngims Gulliver's Travels. Finding literary works with illustrations, such as this book, on the web is h Check out ngims Publishing's other illustrated literary classics. The vast majority of our books have original illustrations, free audiobook download, and navigable Table of Contents. Browse our library collection by typing in ngims plus the title you're looking for, e.g. ngims Gulliver's Travels. Finding literary works with illustrations, such as this book, on the web is hard to find. Much more a book that is beautifully formatted placed with amazing illustrations and a free audio book like this for a very affordable price. The book’s price, which is very nominal, covers the time and effort that has been taken out to put everything together and formatted the materials for your convenience. It is for your interest why this book has been made in one easy, readable and the most convenient possible place for you. Most of the e-books available online are not made for an average reader or even for readers who want the simplest book possible for easy reading. This e-book is of good quality for a very affordable price. In this remarkable work, Dickens shows that no matter how hard the times, Christmas is bound to bring back warmth and love. “The Seven Poor Travellers” is a selected piece from Dickens’ Christmas writings that confirms his lasting influence upon our idea of Christmas spirit: that Christmas is a time for celebration, charity, and memory. One of Dickens’ Christmas stories, Seven Poor Travellers was first published as part of the Christmas number of Household Words for 1854. The first chapter relates Dickens’ visit to the ancient Richard Watts’s Charity at Rochester. The second chapter is the touching story of “Richard Doubledick”, which Dickens supposedly told the travellers, and Dickens’ journey home on Christmas morning provides the short concluding chapter. FEATURES: • Includes beautiful illustrations from the original book • A link of a FREE audio book to download • Active Table of Contents for an easy navigation within the book • Saves space and don’t have to carry a hard copy around • Offers an easy access and convenience to this classic literary masterpiece for a reasonable price • Gives a lasting entertainment and values for readers of all ages

30 review for The Seven Poor Travellers - illustrated edition and a link to download FREE audiobook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

    I've recently realized that reading Dickens is like comfort food for me (even, and perhaps especially, when he is at his darkest) and this volume is no exception, even though only the framing story and one traveler's story were written by him. The other six were written by either George A. Sala, Adelaide Anne Procter, Wilkie Collins or Eliza Lynn Linton. Perhaps not surprisingly, Dickens' good friend Collins' detective story (though the detecting is done by an attorney) is arguably the best: cer I've recently realized that reading Dickens is like comfort food for me (even, and perhaps especially, when he is at his darkest) and this volume is no exception, even though only the framing story and one traveler's story were written by him. The other six were written by either George A. Sala, Adelaide Anne Procter, Wilkie Collins or Eliza Lynn Linton. Perhaps not surprisingly, Dickens' good friend Collins' detective story (though the detecting is done by an attorney) is arguably the best: certainly it's the most humorous, though others have flashes of humor as well, including Dickens' trademark sarcasm in the opening frame. Lynn Linton's story holds no humor but is a powerful feminist tale -- and with a ghost. Hesperus Press publishes works that are unknown to most but worthy to be known, and this one is no exception. Overall, the background information is quite fine, though perhaps a couple of obvious terms didn't need to be defined in the end-notes. The biographical information on the lesser-known authors was especially appreciated. My only quibble with the introduction is that Proctor's poem is referenced several times, but not by name, and two of the travelers' tales are poems written by her.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bettie

    https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/1392 Opening: CHAPTER I—IN THE OLD CITY OF ROCHESTER: Strictly speaking, there were only six Poor Travellers; but, being a Traveller myself, though an idle one, and being withal as poor as I hope to be, I brought the number up to seven. This word of explanation is due at once, for what says the inscription over the quaint old door?RICHARD WATTS, Esq. by his Will, dated 22 Aug. 1579, founded this Charity for Six poor Travellers, who not being ROGUES, or PROCTORS, M https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/1392 Opening: CHAPTER I—IN THE OLD CITY OF ROCHESTER: Strictly speaking, there were only six Poor Travellers; but, being a Traveller myself, though an idle one, and being withal as poor as I hope to be, I brought the number up to seven. This word of explanation is due at once, for what says the inscription over the quaint old door?RICHARD WATTS, Esq. by his Will, dated 22 Aug. 1579, founded this Charity for Six poor Travellers, who not being ROGUES, or PROCTORS, May receive gratis for one Night, Lodging, Entertainment, and Fourpence each. A tale best read on a Christmas Eve.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Joey Woolfardis

    Charles Dickens is all about the human condition and what the world can do for those who cannot help themselves and the short story is not exception. It's less fluid than his other works, and you'd be a better person than I if you could wholly understand it the first time around. In essence, it is a simple tale of how Christmas should enliven you to help others, even if you are a "poor traveller" yourself. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest | Shop | Etsy Charles Dickens is all about the human condition and what the world can do for those who cannot help themselves and the short story is not exception. It's less fluid than his other works, and you'd be a better person than I if you could wholly understand it the first time around. In essence, it is a simple tale of how Christmas should enliven you to help others, even if you are a "poor traveller" yourself. Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest | Shop | Etsy

  4. 5 out of 5

    midnightfaerie

    I have a hard time with Dickens short stories sometimes, because once I get immersed, they are over. Perhaps that's the same for all short stories, which is why I don't often read many. The longer the book, the better. I was about halfway in, into the the story of our friend the soldier, Richard Doubledick, when I realized I couldn't put it down. I was was thoroughly enjoying the friendship between Richard and the captain when I realized the story was more than half over. It was disappointing, m I have a hard time with Dickens short stories sometimes, because once I get immersed, they are over. Perhaps that's the same for all short stories, which is why I don't often read many. The longer the book, the better. I was about halfway in, into the the story of our friend the soldier, Richard Doubledick, when I realized I couldn't put it down. I was was thoroughly enjoying the friendship between Richard and the captain when I realized the story was more than half over. It was disappointing, mostly because the development of the characters would be minimal at best. Yet Dickens did a good job of it, tying up the plot nicely with a happy ending and a feel good feeling at the end. Yes, also, we should be kind to our fellow man. The lesson often underlying his Christmas stories.

  5. 4 out of 5

    ~ Cheryl ~

    “Strictly speaking, there were only six Poor Travellers; but, being a Traveller myself, though an idle one, and being withal as poor as I hope to be, I brought the number up to seven.” Our unnamed narrator gives this explanation at the outset, because of the inscription over the quaint old door he finds himself at: RICHARD WATTS, ESQ. by his Will, dated 22 Aug. 1579, founded this Charity for Six poor Travellers, who not being ROGUES, or PROCTORS, May receive gratis for one Night, Lodging, Entertain “Strictly speaking, there were only six Poor Travellers; but, being a Traveller myself, though an idle one, and being withal as poor as I hope to be, I brought the number up to seven.” Our unnamed narrator gives this explanation at the outset, because of the inscription over the quaint old door he finds himself at: RICHARD WATTS, ESQ. by his Will, dated 22 Aug. 1579, founded this Charity for Six poor Travellers, who not being ROGUES, or PROCTORS, May receive gratis for one Night, Lodging, Entertainment, and Fourpence each. After learning from the “matronly presence” inside that the provision here leaves a little something to be desired, our narrator arranges for a hearty meal to be served to the inmates that night, plus his own Wassail recipe which he joyfully prepares himself. Later, after sharing a wonderful meal with the diverse group assembled, he raises one last toast: “…I filled the glasses, and gave my Travellers, CHRISTMAS – CHRISTMAS-EVE, my friends, when the shepherds, who were Poor Travellers, too, in their way, heard the Angels sing, “On earth, peace. Good-will towards men!”" Now it was the witching time for Story-telling, says our narrator. Doubly so, it being Christmas Eve. So he determines to provide the “Entertainment” promised on the inscription over the front door, by conjuring up a story to tell round the hearth. This story, (the nested story within this story), isn’t especially remarkable. But having as it does the theme of forgiveness, makes it a lovely and useful tale to attend to on Christmas Eve. Remarkable or not, I sat up and listened like I was one of the group. Dickens is a marvel. The outer frame story, about this lone traveler and his benevolence to the poor group assembled at the charity, I found to be more interesting. In it, Dickens would remind us that we are all poor travelers in this world. And his narrator, continuing his travels next morning on Christmas Day, is especially mindful of Him who, for our sake, became poor, so that we through his poverty might become rich. What better meditation can there be on Christmas morning.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Thom Swennes

    This delightful but far too short work is often categorized as a Christmas story but I can’t really see why. The book is made up of three chapters and relay three unique stories by England’s best storyteller. Probably owing to the size, the characteristic characterizations which Dickens mastered are abnormally brief. More effort was in creating scenes of old England. Last year I thought I had read all of Dickens’ work but this one slipped through my fingers. I really enjoyed it and highly recomm This delightful but far too short work is often categorized as a Christmas story but I can’t really see why. The book is made up of three chapters and relay three unique stories by England’s best storyteller. Probably owing to the size, the characteristic characterizations which Dickens mastered are abnormally brief. More effort was in creating scenes of old England. Last year I thought I had read all of Dickens’ work but this one slipped through my fingers. I really enjoyed it and highly recommend it to everyone.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Wanda

    13 DEC 2015 - a Christmas story recommendation through Bettie. Thank you! Project Gutenberg download - https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/1392 13 DEC 2015 - a Christmas story recommendation through Bettie. Thank you! Project Gutenberg download - https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/1392

  8. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Free download available at Project Gutenberg. Free download available at Project Gutenberg.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    A short and inspirational work by Charles Dickens written as a Christmas story. Outshined by Dickens much more well known Christmas story, this short story has received scant notice. Yet I found it most delightful and comforting and can heartily recommend it. Written in the first person, Dickens tell of being a "poor traveller," and discovering a humble inn during his travels. Set up as a charitable hostel by a gentlemen deceased over a century previously, the inn offers to "six poor traveller's A short and inspirational work by Charles Dickens written as a Christmas story. Outshined by Dickens much more well known Christmas story, this short story has received scant notice. Yet I found it most delightful and comforting and can heartily recommend it. Written in the first person, Dickens tell of being a "poor traveller," and discovering a humble inn during his travels. Set up as a charitable hostel by a gentlemen deceased over a century previously, the inn offers to "six poor traveller's," true in heart, free lodging for one night plus enough money to purchase a simple meal. After satisfying himself of the bona fides of this charitable work, the "seventh poor traveller," as Dickens refers to the narrator, determines to contribute his own gift to his fellow "traveller's," it being Christmas Eve. Securing a sumptuous meal for the holy occasion, and preparing his own secret recipe of wassail, he shares a most satisfying Christmas Eve meal with his fellows, topping off the night with a personal story that befits a Christ-like life of humble service to the meanest among us. The story told, and following activities, serve to illustrate well the concept Dickens wishes to drive home, which is that at best we are all "poor traveller's" together in this life, and make the best of it all by sharing with a true heart whatever good and honest fare comes our way. Without the burden of judging harshly those whom we encounter who seem beneath our station, true happiness may be achieved before we, too, depart this veil of tears. I am a better man for having added these humble words of Dickens to my life.

  10. 4 out of 5

    lauren

    This was a short story published in Household Words, but is also found in the Vintage Classics Dickens at Christmas. Similar with almost all of the stories I have read in this collection, I really had no idea what was going on. I have no idea why this was even included in this collection because it wasn't Christmassy at all. I thought these stories were meant to put me in the festive mood? Instead, it's doing the opposite and totally bumming me out. I don't have anything to praise about this one, This was a short story published in Household Words, but is also found in the Vintage Classics Dickens at Christmas. Similar with almost all of the stories I have read in this collection, I really had no idea what was going on. I have no idea why this was even included in this collection because it wasn't Christmassy at all. I thought these stories were meant to put me in the festive mood? Instead, it's doing the opposite and totally bumming me out. I don't have anything to praise about this one, unfortunately.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sally

    This contravenes trades descriptions. Dickens only wrote the scene-setting introduction (a group of travellers gather round fire, telling stories) and the first tale. (And very good that bit is too). The other tales are by random other writers (I'd only heard of Wilkie Collins.) George Augustus Sala's second tale failed to enthrall. I thumbed through rest- Tale 3 was all in verse by a lady poet. Meh... Gave up at that point. Needs relabelling. This contravenes trades descriptions. Dickens only wrote the scene-setting introduction (a group of travellers gather round fire, telling stories) and the first tale. (And very good that bit is too). The other tales are by random other writers (I'd only heard of Wilkie Collins.) George Augustus Sala's second tale failed to enthrall. I thumbed through rest- Tale 3 was all in verse by a lady poet. Meh... Gave up at that point. Needs relabelling.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Peggy Lesko

    As usual, Mr. Dickens has given us a heartfelt story with a message we should all live by. The narrator was very good.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    Great storytelling.

  14. 4 out of 5

    عمران ابن مصر

    “This,” said the matronly presence, ushering me into a low room on the right, “is where the Travellers sit by the fire, and cook what bits of suppers they buy with their fourpences.” “O!  Then they have no Entertainment?” said I.  For the inscription over the outer door was still running in my head, and I was mentally repeating, in a kind of tune, “Lodging, entertainment, and fourpence each.” “They have a fire provided for ’em,” returned the matron—a mighty civil person, not, as I could make out, “This,” said the matronly presence, ushering me into a low room on the right, “is where the Travellers sit by the fire, and cook what bits of suppers they buy with their fourpences.” “O!  Then they have no Entertainment?” said I.  For the inscription over the outer door was still running in my head, and I was mentally repeating, in a kind of tune, “Lodging, entertainment, and fourpence each.” “They have a fire provided for ’em,” returned the matron—a mighty civil person, not, as I could make out, overpaid; “and these cooking utensils.  And this what’s painted on a board is the rules for their behaviour.  They have their fourpences when they get their tickets from the steward over the way,—for I don’t admit ’em myself, they must get their tickets first,—and sometimes one buys a rasher of bacon, and another a herring, and another a pound of potatoes, or what not.  Sometimes two or three of ’em will club their fourpences together, and make a supper that way.  But not much of anything is to be got for fourpence, at present, when provisions is so dear.”

  15. 4 out of 5

    Juergen John Roscher

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I enjoyed reading the short story “The Seven Poor Travellers (sp)” by Charles Dickens. I was hoping to find a Christmas story that I could share with my family during the Christmas season but this short story by Dickens is not so much about Christmas as it is about an event happening on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. I liked this short story because of three main reasons: (1) the story showed the kindness of the story teller to the six poor travelers at the Watt’s Charity Home by bring dinner I enjoyed reading the short story “The Seven Poor Travellers (sp)” by Charles Dickens. I was hoping to find a Christmas story that I could share with my family during the Christmas season but this short story by Dickens is not so much about Christmas as it is about an event happening on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. I liked this short story because of three main reasons: (1) the story showed the kindness of the story teller to the six poor travelers at the Watt’s Charity Home by bring dinner and entertainment on Christmas Eve and breakfast on Christmas Morning to the group; (2) it showed how one person can have a profoundly positive influence on another as Captain Tauton did on Richard Doubledick - so as to turn Doubledick’s life from dissipated and reckless soldier to respectability and honor; and (3) the importance of the principle of forgiveness - which can liberate and restore as evidence of Richard Doubledick forgiving the man that killed Captain Tauton during war with France. The ending of the story was disappointing in that the seven travelers – seventh one being the story teller – left Christmas Day from the Watt’s Charity Home and went their own ways without any link between the story teller, the characters in the story, and the travelers. Important Quotes: Quote 1: Captain Tauton to Richard Doubledick on changing his life “But a man in any station can do his duty,” said the young Captain, “and, in doing it, can earn his own respect, even if his case should be so very unfortunate and so very rare that he can earn no other man’s. A common soldier, poor brute though you called him just now, has this advantage in the stormy times we live in, that he always does his duty before a host of sympathizing witnesses. Do you doubt that he may so do it as to be extolled through a whole regiment, through a whole army, through a whole country? Turn while you may yet retrieve the past and try.” Quote 2: Storyteller to the good caretaker at the Watt’s Charity Home “… that Christmas comes but once a year, - which is unhappily too true, for when it begins to stay with us the whole year round we shall make this earth a very different place. …” Quote 3: Richard Doubledick forgiving the Frenchman that killed Captain Tauton “… And when he touched that French officer’s glass with his own, that day at dinner, he secretly forgave him in the name of the Divine Forgiver of injuries.”

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    Read in A Christmas Carol and Other Christmas Classics, and part of the debacle explained here. 2.5 stars rounded up to three. Hell if I know what I just read. It was just kind of "eh." Dude helps feed some poor travelers at a kind of inn built for that purpose, dines with them, tells a war story, and they all depart. A couple parts in the war story were so saccharine I thought I was going to throw up, but I managed to keep it all down. Themes of charity, love, and forgiveness are the main take awa Read in A Christmas Carol and Other Christmas Classics, and part of the debacle explained here. 2.5 stars rounded up to three. Hell if I know what I just read. It was just kind of "eh." Dude helps feed some poor travelers at a kind of inn built for that purpose, dines with them, tells a war story, and they all depart. A couple parts in the war story were so saccharine I thought I was going to throw up, but I managed to keep it all down. Themes of charity, love, and forgiveness are the main take away points with this one. I reckon it's worth a read if you want the feel-goods. I couldn't get into this one though I did enjoy most of the story that was being told within the story... until it started upsetting my gag reflex. Oh, and there's quite a coincidence. What's a Dickens tale without a coincidence?

  17. 4 out of 5

    Alicia

    I enjoyed this Charles Dickens "Christmas short story"(actually a war story told on Christmas Eve) with its lessons about kindness (from the Captain) and forgiveness (by Richard). Quotes from Captain Tauton to Richard Doubledick: “'But a man in any station can do his duty,' said the young Captain, 'and, in doing it, can earn his own respect, even if his case should be so very unfortunate and so very rare that he can earn no other man’s. A common soldier, poor brute though you called him just now I enjoyed this Charles Dickens "Christmas short story"(actually a war story told on Christmas Eve) with its lessons about kindness (from the Captain) and forgiveness (by Richard). Quotes from Captain Tauton to Richard Doubledick: “'But a man in any station can do his duty,' said the young Captain, 'and, in doing it, can earn his own respect, even if his case should be so very unfortunate and so very rare that he can earn no other man’s. A common soldier, poor brute though you called him just now, has this advantage in the stormy times we live in, that he always does his duty before a host of sympathizing witnesses. Do you doubt that he may so do it as to be extolled through a whole regiment, through a whole army, through a whole country? Turn while you may yet retrieve the past and try.'” “...Christmas comes but once a year, - which is unhappily too true, for when it begins to stay with us the whole year round we shall make this earth a very different place...”

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nadyne

    First sentence: "Strictly speaking, there were only six Poor Travellers; but being a Traveller myself, though an idle one, and being withal as poor as hope to be, I brought the number up to seven. Last sentence: "And there I told of worthy Master Richard Watts, and of my supper with the Six Poor Travellers who were neither Rogues nor Proctors, and from that hour to this I have never seen one of them again." This short story tells the tale that entertains six travellers after finishing Christmas di First sentence: "Strictly speaking, there were only six Poor Travellers; but being a Traveller myself, though an idle one, and being withal as poor as hope to be, I brought the number up to seven. Last sentence: "And there I told of worthy Master Richard Watts, and of my supper with the Six Poor Travellers who were neither Rogues nor Proctors, and from that hour to this I have never seen one of them again." This short story tells the tale that entertains six travellers after finishing Christmas dinner. Here again the story that is told, has nothing to do with Christmas, but luckily it is told on Christmas Eve.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mortisha Cassavetes

    An inspiring Christmas short story of charity, comfort and concern for others. Charles Dickens has always been a favorite of mine during the holiday season and this short story fits in very well. Written around a hospice that Dickens knew well, it describes how charity is given out to seven travelers with food, entertainment and even four pence each. I never got to read this around the holiday season but wanted to read it now around Charles Dickens 205th Birthday Celebration. I would recommend t An inspiring Christmas short story of charity, comfort and concern for others. Charles Dickens has always been a favorite of mine during the holiday season and this short story fits in very well. Written around a hospice that Dickens knew well, it describes how charity is given out to seven travelers with food, entertainment and even four pence each. I never got to read this around the holiday season but wanted to read it now around Charles Dickens 205th Birthday Celebration. I would recommend to this to everyone.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Carfig

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A Christmas story of 31 pages, so a quick read, and a nice find at a used book store. The seventh traveler isn't poor but treats the other six to a nice Christmas eve dinner and a story as entertainment. Pretty easy to see where the entertainment story is going, but it is a good story nonetheless. A Christmas story of 31 pages, so a quick read, and a nice find at a used book store. The seventh traveler isn't poor but treats the other six to a nice Christmas eve dinner and a story as entertainment. Pretty easy to see where the entertainment story is going, but it is a good story nonetheless.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Melodee

    This is a Dickens Christmas tale that entails war, injury and reconciliation of a war hero. I felt quite sympathetic towards the hero. It is an endearing tale.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    A very nice portrayal of the Christmas spirit with morals in a simple story.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Indy Fernandez

    Dickens is eternal! Wonderful reading for the festive season in the Victorian era and today! His characters come to life with every word.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Brian

    Short, but pointless.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Katie Anderson

    A story in a story told at Christmas.

  26. 4 out of 5

    B-zee

    2.5 stars, it was okay. I enjoyed Richard Doubledick's story, but the rest was too scant, too brief, I guess. 2.5 stars, it was okay. I enjoyed Richard Doubledick's story, but the rest was too scant, too brief, I guess.

  27. 4 out of 5

    - Jared - ₪ Book Nerd ₪

    Review to come shortly....

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ofi Deeb

    I just didn't enjoy it for some reason. Although the literature is excellent. I just didn't enjoy it for some reason. Although the literature is excellent.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lavender

    Nice story: a peek into the lives of several travelers in need of warmth, food and company.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Helen Lewis

    Read after visiting Rochester. Enjoyable.

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