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One of the greatest British novelists of all time, Charles Dickens (1812-1870), was also a journalist, an actor, and a fascinating watcher of the streets. Throughout his novels, essays, and journalism, he vividly depicted the turbulent nineteenth century, which was ruled by trade and avarice, science and development, conquest, and colonialism. He was moved by human quirks, weakness, avarice, sadness and sentiment, the impoverished, gentle, and industrious. Deeds of time and history, mortality, and the compassion that may still redeem us captured his attention and found their way into his remarkable fiction. Livia Signorini is an Italian actress who lives in Rome and Milan.
She has worked as an artist and photo researcher since 1988, after studying painting at Temple University and Rome's Universita la Sapienza. Her work has been shown in several galleries in Rome and Berlin, and consists primarily of collages or the repurposing of discarded materials.