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Charles Dickens

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Transcript of Charles Dickens

1812-1822
February 7, 1812
- Charles Huffam Dickens was born in Portsmouth, England
September, 181
4 - 6 month old baby brother dies
1816
- moved to Catham, Kent
1821
- Charles starts school
1822
- moved to Camden Town
1828-1835
1828
- Becomes a freelance reporter
1830
- Charles falls in love with Maria Beadnell, her parents disapprove
April 28, 1833
- Charles begins to organize stage performances
December, 1833
- Dickens' first piece of writing is published
1834
- Charles meets Catherine Hogarth
1824-1827
February 9, 1824
- Charles starts work at a shoe polish factory
February 23, 1824
- John Dickens imprisoned due to debt
May 28, 1824
- Charles' father released from prison
June 1824
- Charles goes back to school
1827
- Charles must quit school and go back to work
By: Amy and Kezia
Charles Dickens
Familiar Faces
Charles' Works
Fun Facts
Stuffed his pet raven named Grip after it died
Novels
The Pickwick Papers
Nicholas Nickleby
The Old Curiousity Shop
Barnaby Rudge
Martin Chuzzlewit
Dombey and Son
David Copperfield
Bleak House
Hard Times
Little Dorrit
A tale of Two Cities
Great Expectations
Our Mutual Friend
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Oliver Twist
His father John Dickens inspired the character Mr. Micawber in David Copperfield
Always slept with his head north and his bed north-south
Hartson, William. "Top 10 Facts about Charles Dickens." Daily Express. Northern and Shell Media Publications, 7 Feb. 2014. Web. 14 Jan. 2015.
Credited with the creation of 247 new words
Made the earliest known reference to potato chips in a Tale of Two Cities
Obsessively combed his hair
Hated croquet
Afraid of bats
Oliver Twist was based on the people who lived and worked near to him in London
His works were released in sections, either once a week or month
The characters Oliver Twist, David Copperfield and Phillip Pirrip were loosely based on Dickens when he was a child
Marriman, C. D. "Charles Dickens." - Biography and Works. Search Texts, Read Online. Discuss. Jalic Inc., 2006. Web. 17 Jan. 2015
Bibliography
"Charles Dickens." Bio. A&E Television Networks, 2015. Web. 13 Jan. 2015.
Shmoop Editorial Team. "Charles Dickens." Shmoop.com. Shmoop University, Inc., 11 Nov. 2008. Web. 17 Jan.
Perry, Marsha. "Charles Dickens Info." Charles Dickens Info. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Jan. 2015.
Charles Culliford Boz
Mary
Kate Macready
Walter Landor
Francis Jeffery
Alfred D'Orsay Tennyson
Sydney Smith Haldimand
Henry Fielding
Dora Annie
Edward Bulwer Lytton
Charles
Catherine
1836-1870
Along with novels, Charles also wrote stage performances
February 1836
- Writes for a newspaper and uses the name 'Boz'
April 1836
- Charles marries Catherine Hogarth
1837-1850
- Charles' family grows, his first 9 children are born
1851
- a very tragic year
1852
- Catherine and Charles' last child is born
1857
- Charles meets Nelly Turnan
1858
- Charles and Catherine separate legally
1863
- Elizabeth (Charles' mother) and Walter (his fourth son) die
June 9, 1870
- Charles dies at age 58
November 22, 1879
- Catherine dies
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