Second monthly number: case review

The second case notes are now ready and uploaded (see them at http://droodinquiry.com/case_review/notes_two.php), and what a job it is to summarise so much in so short a space!┬áInevitably with each additional instalment the story becomes harder to summarise as more characters enter the fray – this is particularly an issue this month with the Crisparkle’s …

First monthly number: case review

Today on the Drood Inquiry you can see the first part of our case notes – a graphic summary of the first monthly part and its main plot points (see http://www.droodinquiry.com/case_review/ ). At present of course our followers are all taking the opportunity to read the full text in its original instalments, but when the …

A word from the illustrator

The world of Dickens’s last book will be rendered more tangible for The Drood Inquiry thanks to the wonderful illustrations of Alys Jones (http://alystration.wordpress.com/). Here, Alys explains the process of creating new visualisations of Dickens’s characters, along with the particular challenges and influences on her work for the project. Producing illustrations for The Drood Inquiry …