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Transcript of charles dickens
June 9, 1870 FUN FACTS! Of a massive stroke. Charles Dickens is an English novelist. Intro He is generally considered the greatest novelist in the Victorian Era :(
"Have a heart that never hardens, and a temper that never tires, and a touch that never hurts." Quotes by Charles Dickens He wrote many great books
such as "A Christmas Carol" The qualities of his books
enabled his fame to spread quickly no Easter eggs here, go away. Charles Dickens' father was
imprisoned for debt Early Life NO EASTER EGGS HERE NONE HERE EITHER Near Death On June 1865 Dickens and his mistress Nelly Ternan were involved in the Staplehurst rail crash. They had been traveling in the first-class car, which was the only one of the 8 cars not to crash into the river below. After helping the other passengers to safety, he went in to save the manuscript of his novel Our Mutual Friend. one here. one more here Dickens' sense of the theatrical extended far beyond dramatic readings. He had long expressed a desire to be an actor, and while he never was one professionally, he was no stranger to the footlights. He Was an Amateur Actor Heres one Heres an easter egg From rags to riches he would even clean his friends place. So he had to work in a
shoe-blacking factory His entire family apart from himself was sent to
Marshalsea After 3 years Charles was
sent to school Charles Dickens then experienced
loneliness and despair Based on those experiences,
Charles created two fiction novels
'Great Expectations' and 'David Copperfield' A boys story is the best that is ever told. :)