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  1. The National Edition: The Complete Works of Charles Dickens. Vol 25. Little Dorrit, Volume 2. by Charles (1812-1870). Dickens, 1908
  2. The National Edition: The Complete Works of Charles Dickens. Vol 12. Misc. Papers; Plays and Poems. by Charles (1812-1870). G.K. Chesterton (introduction) and B.W. Matz (pre Dickens, 1908
  3. CHARLES DICKENS. by Charles. 1812 - 1870]. Haines, Charles. [Dickens, 1969
  4. Charles Dickens, 1812-1870: A Centennial Volume
  5. Charles Dickens 1812-1870, an Anthology from the Berg Collection
  6. Charles Dickens, 1812-1870 by Una Pope-Hennessy, 1983-02
  7. Charles Dickens, 1812-1870: A Centennial Volume by E. W. F., ed. Tomlin, 1970
  8. THE LIFE STORY OF CHARLES DICKENS 1812-1870 by William Dexter, 1937
  9. The LIFE Of Our LORD. Written for His Children During the Years 1846 to 1849. And Now First Published. by Charles [1812 - 1870]. Dickens, 1934
  10. The Posthumous Papers of The Pickwick Club. In Two Volumes. Library Edition by Charles (1812-1870) Dickens, 1874-01-01
  11. The posthumous papers of the Pickwick club by Charles, (1812-1870) Dickens, 1889-01-01
  12. Les Grandes esperances. Traduit de l'anglais P. Leyris by Charles (1812-1870) Dickens, 2222
  13. BARNABY RUDGE; A Tale of the Riots of 'Eighty. Complete in One Volume. by Charles [1812 - 1870]. Dickens, 1841
  14. The SPEECHES Of CHARLES DICKENS [1841 - 1870]. With a Preface & New, Revised & Enlarged Bibliography. by Charles [1812 - 1870]. Shepherd, Richard Herne - Editor. Dickens, 1884

1. Dickens, Charles
The Beginning of Dickens Hampshire, England November 27, 2007 When I woke up, I whacked my head on the underside of a thatch roof. It was a deceptively hard surface.

2. Charles Dickens (1812-1870) British Writer.
(18121870) British writer. Charles Dickens reported on the social conditions of the Victorian era.
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  • (1812-1870) British writer. Charles Dickens reported on the social conditions of the Victorian era in books like "The Old Curiosity Shop," "Hard Times," "Barnaby Rudge," "Domby and Sons," and "Bleak House."
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  • One Dickens of a Time
    Charles Dickens is recognized as one of the greatest writers of the Victorian period, but he didn't have a wonderful life. His experience in the Blacking Factory as a boy, his family's imprisonment in Marshalsea Prison, and his experience as a journalist nicknamed "Boz" provided him with a wealth of material for his creative imagination. zSB(3,3)
    19th Century Novels
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    Charles Dickens - A History of English Literature
    Read more about Charles Dickens and his works, from "A History of English Literature."

    3. Charles Dickens - Eine Weihnachtsgeschichte / A Christmas Carol In Prose. Being
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    Charles Dickens - Eine Weihnachtsgeschichte
    Originaltitel: A Christmas Carol in Prose. Being a Ghost Story of Christmas
    Roman. Diogenes 1843
    129 Seiten, ISBN: 3257008724
    Gibt es einen größeren Geizkragen als Scrooge? Wenn es an Weihnachten geht, gilt sein Gedanke nicht der Freude und Fröhlichkeit, die seine Mitmenschen vermitteln; nein, wenn er "Weihnachten" hört, dann denkt er nur daran, dass er seinem Gehilfen einen Tag freigeben muss; denkt daran, dass die Menschen rund um ihn herum sich Leckerein zu Essen kaufen, die sie sich eigentlich nicht leisten können und auf völlig widersinnige Weise das Leben genießen.
    Gibt es nun also einen größeren Geizkragen als Scrooge? Es gab vielleicht einmal einen. Das war Marley, Scrooges Compagnon. Dieser war allerdings bereits seit sieben Jahren tot, unwiderruflich und unzweifelhaft. Seltsam, dass ausgerechnet am Weihnachtsabend dann der Türklopfer das Gesicht Marleys annahm; und noch seltsamer, dass Scrooge mitten in der Nacht plötzlich nicht mehr alleine in seiner kalten Wohnung war, sondern seinen alten Geschäftsfreund mit da sitzen sah. Aber wie er da saß! Mit Ketten beladen, die aus Rechnungsbüchern und Geldkassetten geschmiedet war; und gar jammervoll war dieser Anblick.
    Ja, so würde es einem Menschen ergehen, der zeit seines Lebens sich nicht um die Mitmenschen gekümmert hätte, sondern einzig dem Kassenbuch gedient hätte, berichtet er Scrooge; doch bei ihm wäre es noch nicht zu spät, er hätte immer noch die Chance, die Kette, die er für sich schon geschmiedet hätte, wieder zu verkleinern. Drei Geister würden ihm erscheinen; das teilt er dem ungläubigen Scrooge noch mit.

    4. Charles Dickens
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    5. Charles Dickens - Biography And Works
    It was over from the get go for Marley. And that, my friends, is a true tragedy. Bah Humbug! Posted By csgraham at Sat 19 Dec 2009, 147 AM in Dickens, Charles 0 Replies
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    Charles Dickens (1812-1870) , English Victorian era author wrote numerous highly acclaimed novels including his most autobiographical David Copperfield “Whether I shall turn out to be the hero of my own life, or whether that station will be held by anybody else, these pages must show. To begin my life with the beginning of my life, I record that I was born (as I have been informed and believe) on a Friday, at twelve o'clock at night. It was remarked that the clock began to strike, and I began to cry, simultaneously.” As a prolific 19th Century author of short stories, plays, novellas, novels, fiction and non, during his lifetime Dickens became known the world over for his remarkable characters, his mastery of prose in the telling of their lives, and his depictions of the social classes, mores and values of his times. Some considered him the spokesman for the poor, for he definitely brought much awareness to their plight, the downtrodden and the have-nots. He had his share of critics like Virginia Woolf and Henry James , but also many admirers, even into the 21st Century.

    6. Charles Dickens: An Overview
    Includes historical and biographical information as well as scholarly commentary and criticism of his writings.

    7. The Charles Dickens Museum | Home
    His nineteenth-century home in London, now preserved as a historic house museum.
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    "an unfathomable farce - a farce that goes down to the roots of the universe." So wrote Dickens scholar G K Chesterton about Dickens penultimate novel, Our Mutual Friend. A tale of social facades, dark secrets and manipulative schemes. The secrets hidden within the dustheaps of Victorian Kings Cross are central to the storyline. In it a host of characters, gold diggers and questers of moral truths in turns debase and redeem themselves in a cycle of altruistic and anti-social acts. In an investigative manner, 14 artists have devised artworks in response to Dickens former home in Doughty Street and his literature. Based in two parallel but contrasting spaces, the exhibition functions as a series of artworks intervening with the existing museum displays and installed within the newly vacated office spaces next door. A dual exhibition moving between psychological space and that of the language of (re)construction. The facades of society are central to Our Mutual Friend and within the not so empty shell of number 49 Doughty Street the materials tell a story of contemporary urbanism where perhaps the holes, peeling walls and used carpets contain much more than just a veneer.

    8. Charles Dickens - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Charles John Huffam Dickens (7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870) was the most popular English novelist of the Victorian era and he remains popular, responsible for some of
    Charles Dickens
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Charles dickens Jump to: navigation search "Dickens" redirects here. For other uses, see Dickens (disambiguation) Charles Dickens Born Charles John Huffam Dickens
    7 February 1812
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    England Stroke Resting place Poets' Corner Westminster Abbey Nationality British Other names Boz Citizenship UK Occupation Writer Years active Notable works Sketches by Boz The Old Curiosity Shop Oliver Twist Nicholas Nickleby ... The Pickwick Papers Spouse Catherine Thomson Hogarth Children Charles Mary Kate Walter ... Dora , and Edward Parents John Dickens
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    Signature Charles John Huffam Dickens (pronounced /ˈtʃɑrlz ˈdɪkɪnz/ ; 7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870) was the most popular English novelist of the Victorian era and he remains popular, responsible for some of English literature's most iconic characters. Many of his novels, with their recurrent concern for social reform , first appeared in magazines in serialised form, a popular format at the time. Unlike other authors who completed entire novels before serialisation, Dickens often created the episodes as they were being serialized. The practice lent his stories a particular rhythm, punctuated by cliffhangers to keep the public looking forward to the next instalment.

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    11. Charles Dickens: (1906) By Gilbert Keith Chesterton. Search, Read, Study, Discus
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    Chesterton's books and essays on Charles Dickens are among his best. Growing up in London Chesterton found Dickens his best guide to his own background and much of his philosophy came from Dickens's own "social gospel." To understand Chesterton you need to read his biography on Dickens. It will help you understand why he called himself a "disreputable Victorian. Fan of this book? Help us introduce it to others by writing a better introduction for it . It's quick and easy, click here

    12. Dickens, Charles - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Dickens
    English novelist. He is enduringly popular for his memorable characters and his portrayal of the social evils of Victorian England. In 1836 he published the first number of the, Charles

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    Charles Dickens, the son of John and Elizabeth Dickens, was born in Landport on 7th February 1812. John Dickens worked as a clerk at the Navy pay office in Portsmouth . He later found work in Chatham and Charles, the second of seven children, went to the local school.
    John Dickens found it difficult to provide for his growing family on his meager income. In 1822 the family moved to Camden Town in London . John Dickens' debts had become so severe that all the household goods were sold. Still unable to satisfy his creditors, John Dickens was arrested and sent to Marshalsea Prison.
    Charles, now aged twelve, found work at Warren's Blacking Factory, where he was paid six shillings a week wrapping shoe-black bottles. Six months after being sent to Marshalsea, one of John Dickens's relatives died. He was left enough money in the will to pay off his debts and to leave prison.
    Some of the inheritance was used to educated Charles at a nearby private school, Wellington House Academy. Charles was only a moderate student and at the age of fifteen he left school and found work as an office boy in a firm of solicitors. Charles disliked the work but he did enjoy walking the streets in the evening observing the people of London
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    Charles Dickens was born on Friday, February 7, 1812 in Landport, Hampshire. His father was a clerk in the navy pay office. In 1814 Dickens moved to London, and then to Chatham, where he received some education. He was the second in a family of six children. After his father was imprisoned at the Marshalsea, London, for non-payment of debts, in 1824, Charles took a job in a blacking factory. Next, from 1824 until 1827 Dickens studied at Wellington House Academy, London. From 1827 to 1828 he was a law office clerk, and then worked as a shorthand reporter at Doctor's Commons. In the 1840s Dickens founded Master Humphrey's Cloak and edited the London Daily News. Dickens's relationship with Maria Beadnell, the daughter of a banker, lasted for four years. Afterwards, he married the daughter of his friend George Hogarth, Catherine Hogart in 1836. When Catherine's sisters, Georgiana, moved in with the Dickenses, he fell in love with her. Even though, Dickens had 10 children with Catherine, they were separated in 1858. Additionally, Dickens also had a long-lasting relation with the actress Ellen Ternan, whom he had met by the late 1850s.

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