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Charles Dickens
   wrote   
A Tale of Two Cities
A historical novel centering on the years leading up to the French Revolution
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
A Christmas Carol
Written as a potboiler to enable Dickens to pay off a debt
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
David Copperfield
The most autobiographical of his novels, it comes at the mid-point of Dickens' career
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
Great Expectations
Criticized for its excessive use of words due, it is said, to the fact he was paid by installment for his serialised work
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
Little Dorrit
A satire on debtor's prisons - each issue of Little Dorrit's 19 installments cost one shilling (except the last which cost two)
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
The Pickwick Papers
Dickens' first novel, written as a serial in 19 issues
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
Oliver Twist
One of the first English language novels to feature a child protagonist
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
Comic novel that takes aim at social injustices
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
The Old Curiosity Shop
Follows the life of Little Nell and her grandfather, residents of The Old Curiosity Shop in London
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
Barnaby Rudge
Historical novel with plot based on the "no-popery" or Gordon riots of 1780 in Great Britain
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
Martin Chuzzlewit
Depicts America satirically as a near wilderness filled with deceit
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
Dombey and Son
Deals with the then-prevalent practice of arranged marriages for financial gain or as a form of slavery
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
Bleak House
Dicken's 9th novel is an assault on the flaws of the British judiciary system in the 1800's
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
Hard Times
The shortest of his novels, it was set in Coketown, not in London
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
Our Mutual Friend
Dickens' last completed novel; also the most challenging and complicated
Boz
   is a pen name of   
Charles Dickens
1836
      
Charles Dickens Published The Pickwick Papers
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
A Christmas Carol
Published 1843
Charles Dickens
   is famous for being an   
Author
Charles Dickens, sometimes with humour, sometimes with pathos, vividly illustrated the plight of the urban poor and the injustice prevalent at the time
Hard Times, Bleak House, Our Mutual Friend
   are all   
Novels by Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens
   was born in   
Portsmouth, England
1812; writer
Charles Dickens
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)
Based on the book 'A Christmas Carol'
Charles Dickens
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Great Expectations (1998)
Based on the book
Charles Dickens
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Oliver Twist (2005)
Based on the book 'The Adventures of Oliver Twist'
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
Public Life of Mr. Tulrumple
1837
Charles Dickens
   wrote   
The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices
1857
The Cricket on the Hearth by Charles Dickens
   was titled from the literary source   
Il Penseroso
John Milton
Maypole Inn
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Old building near the real English village of Chigwell, from "Barnaby Rudge" , 1841
Blunderstone Rookery
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Suffolk birthplace of David Copperfield, from "David Copperfield", 1850
Tellson & Co
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
English merchant bank, from "A Tale of Two Cities", 1859
Defarge's Wine Shop
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
From "A Tale of Two Cities"
Château St. Evrémonde
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
From "A Tale of Two Cities"
Coketown
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Factory town in northern England, from "Hard Times", 1854
Gradgrind's School
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
From "Hard Times"
Satis House
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Decaying mansion house of Miss Havisham, from "Hard Times"
Bounderby County House
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
From "Hard Times"
Finches of the Grove
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Pip's dining club which meets at Covent Garden, from "Great Expectations"
Stagg's Gardens
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Poor street in Camden Town, from "Dombey and Son", 1846-1848
Midshipman
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Soloman Gill's shop in "Dombey and Son"
Circumlocution Office
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Government department, from "Little Dorrit"
Clennam Counting House
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
"Little Dorrit"
Bleeding Heart Yard
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Poor London neighborhood in "Little Dorrit"
Blue Dragon
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Inn in Wiltshire, from "Martin Chuzzlewit"
Todgers'
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Boardinghouse in "Martin Chuzzlewit"
Cloisterham
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Cathedral town in southern England, from "The Mystery of Edwin Drood"
Dotheboy's Hall
   was created by   
Charles Dickens
Yorkshire boarding school, from "Nicholas Nickleby", 1838,1839
Charles Dickens
   is buried in   
Westminster Abbey, London, England
Novelist, 1812-1870
Bullseye
   appears in   
Charles Dickens
Oliver Twist—Bill Sikes’ dog
Charles Dickens
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Great Expectations (1998)
Based on the book
Charles Dickens
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Oliver Twist (2005)
Based on the book 'The Adventures of Oliver Twist'






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