We thought the mystery of ‘The Two Brothers’ was solved when the amazing work of the Dickens Decoders produced a full transcript of part II. But, thanks to two eagle eyed decoders, it soon emerged that it wasn’t just the ghost of the Slough brother that we’d ‘seen […] before tonight’. Find out more and download a full transcript.
The Dickens Decoders have done it again! Find out what happens next in ‘Nelson’ part II and download a near complete transcript.
Our Dickens Decoders have transcribed the first page of a shorthand exercise titled ‘Nelson’. Find out more about and download a line-by-line transcription.
The secrets of the Tavistock letter are finally revealed, thanks to the amazing work of our Dickens Decoders. Find out more and download a transcript of the letter in this post.
This shorthand exercise begins ‘I once heard a story’, but a story about what?
Find out more about this haunting tale of ‘The Two Brothers’ and download a transcript in this post.
What in the world was this dictation exercise, labelled ‘Sydney Smith’, about? Was Dickens writing about his son? His friend, Sydney Smith? Or something else?
Find out more and download a full transcript in this post.