The Haunted House by Charles Dickens
Author: Charles Dickens | Published: 1859
The Haunted House Synopsis
The Haunted House was written by English author Charles Dickens, one of his ghost short stories. It was published in 1859.
It all started when a group of friends decided to rent a haunted house for the Christmas holiday. They are doubtful about the existence of ghosts, but they are intrigued and decide to keep a diary of their experiences, which they vow to exchange at the end of their stay. It wasn't long before the group realized that the house was genuinely haunted. They heard peculiar sounds, glimpsed eerie shadows, and even spotted a ghost. Despite their fears, they were also captivated.
They begin to investigate the house's history and learn it is a place of great sadness and tragedy. After a while, the friends become aware that the ghosts dwelling in the residence are not evil. These souls have lost their way and are in quest of serenity. The friends lend a hand to the spirits in their search for peace.
About Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens is one of the most celebrated authors in English literature. He was born in Portsmouth, England, on February 7th, 1812, and died June 9th, 1870. Many consider his works some of the most outstanding books ever written and are still widely read today. Throughout his lifetime, Dickens wrote several timeless classics such as Great Expectations, Oliver Twist, A Tale of Two Cities, and David Copperfield. Each novel contains strong characters with gripping storylines that appeal to readers from all walks of life.'
The themes explored in each book have often been used to explore questions about society, justice, and morality for many generations since their publication. Although Dickens passed away over 150 years ago, his works remain highly influential in literature today and have inspired countless other authors worldwide. Find out more about Charles Dickens at sevenov.com.