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Charles Dickens

Renowned 19th-century British author whose most widely known works consist of Oliver Twist, Bleak House, and A Christmas Carol. He produced a few of the most unforgettable character types in fiction, became known for his severe interpersonal satire, and is normally regarded as the most important novelist from the Victorian period. He left college at a age to function in a manufacturer, because of his father’s imprisonment in the debtors’ prison. He quickly overcame his genealogy and, by enough time he released his 1st serial, The Pickwick Documents (in 1836), he was well on his method to worldwide literary popularity. In works just like a Story of Two Towns, he advocated for sociable reform by depicting the disparity between wealthy and poor. He was among eight children created to John and Elizabeth Dickens on Portsea Isle, from the coastline of England. He married Catherine Thomson Hogarth in April of 1836 carrying out a one-year engagement. He previously a complete of ten children. His novel Oliver Twist was adapted right into a play starring celebrated child actor Dickie Moore.

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