A new adaptation of Charles Dickens‚ unfinished novel, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, was given an ending. But should unfinished works be left untouched, asks Sarah Barclay at bbc.co.uk.
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„The Mystery of Edwin Drood, the tale of a missing boy and an opium-addicted choir master, was only half-written when its author, Charles Dickens, died. Now a dark new BBC drama imagines how it might have ended.“ Robert Douglas-Fairhurst reports at telegraph.co.uk.
„The Mystery of Edwin Drood, the tale of an opium-addicted choirmaster with an erotic obsession with his nephew’s teenage fiancée, is one of Charles Dickens‚ darkest and most modern novels.“ Gwyneth Hughes explains how she adapted a great literary whodunit for TV. Read the story at independent.co.uk.