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    quote said by a wonderful English writer‚ Charles Dickens. Born in Portsmouth‚ England to a wealthy family‚ Charles John Huffman Dickens was a well-known writer even in his time‚ his books being published by the dozens. He experienced with multiple genres such as historical fiction‚ realistic fiction‚ and mystery/suspense when writing his books. One of his greatest works was “Great Expectations”‚ a very uniquely written book about social class and love. Dickens’ book “Great Expectations” parallels his

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    “Gentleman” and the attack by Charles Dickens on the gentility of society‚ in the reading of Great Expectations. “Biddy‚” said I‚ after binding her to secrecy‚ “I want to be a gentleman” This line in Great Expectations by Charles Dickens is a catalyst for a great discussion and debate‚ one which baffled the people of the Victorian age and still baffles critics to this day‚ what is a true gentleman? Great Expectations is regarded as a masterpiece by Dickens‚ it moves away from the more uplifting

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    Charles Dickens Quick Facts NAME:Charles Dickens OCCUPATION:Author BIRTH DATE:February 07‚ 1812 DEATH DATE:June 09‚ 1870 PLACE OF BIRTH: Portsmouth‚ England‚ United Kingdom PLACE OF DEATH: Higham‚ Kent‚ United Kingdom Spouse: Catherine Dickens (m. 1836–1858) Children: Charles Dickens‚ Jr‚ Mary Dickens‚ Kate Perugini‚ Edward Dickens‚ More Movies: A Christmas Carol‚ Oliver Twist‚ Great Expectations‚ Scrooged‚ Best Known For Charles Dickens was the well-loved and prolific British

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    Charles Dickens Kimberly Franklin Charles dickens was born on February 7‚ 1812 in Portsmouth‚ England. His parents‚ John Dickens and Elizabeth Barrow‚ had a total of eight children and Charles was the second. His family had high hopes and dreams of having good jobs and becoming wealthy‚ but never actually got lucky enough to make those dreams come true. Charles and his family were happy‚ even though they were poor‚ until they had to move to a small town in London. The family’s financial situation

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    baserat sina verk på Barndom We are going to talk about Charles Dickens who is regarded as one of the greatest novelists of the Victorian area. Many of his classic novels for example Oliver Twist and David Copperfield are still today immensely popular and a number of screen plays have been made based on these novels. There is no doubt in my mind that if Dickens lived today he would have been honored the Nobel literature price. Charles Dickens was not only a famous novelist but he was also a social

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    Charles Dickens Charles Dickens‚ is regarded as one of the most important writers of the Victorian period‚ the ’literary colossus’ of his age. His novels influenced literature greatly‚ most of his works were Narrative Fiction and because of his success‚ this became the dominant Victorian mode for novel publication. His literary style is very creative and he focuses extensively on his character’s name‚ trying to create an "allegorical impetus" to the novels’ meanings. His novels are a combination

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    Charles John Huffam Dickens (7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870) was an English writer and social critic. He created some of the world’s most memorable fictional characters and is generally regarded as the greatest novelist of the Victorian period.During his life‚ his works enjoyed unprecedented fame‚ and by the twentieth century his literary genius was broadly acknowledged by critics and scholars. His novels and short stories continue to be widely popular. Born in Portsmouth‚ England‚ Dickens left school

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    Charles Dickens Context CHARLES DICKENS WAS BORN on February 7‚ 1812‚ in Portsea‚ England. His parents were middle-class‚ but they suffered financially as a result of living beyond their means. When Dickens was twelve years old‚ his family’s dire straits forced him to quit school and work in a blacking factory‚ a place where shoe polish is made. Within weeks‚ his father was put in debtor’s prison‚ where Dickens’s mother and siblings eventually joined him. At this point‚ Dickens lived on his own

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    Coketown By Charles Dickens Dickens is using figures of speech to make pictures in the readers head and he is therefore helping people imagine the things he is telling about. One would say that Dickens is using metaphors to put a picture on his story and to make everyone feels how awful and terrible Coketown is. “Coketown was a town of red brick‚ or of brick that would have been red if the smoke and ashes had allowed it; but‚ as matters stood it was a town of unnatural red and black like the

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    attention to the childhood cruelty‚ the less fortunate in an English society‚ and the unwealthy dysfunctional families of the early Victorian time period. Charles Dickens reflects these and other issues as he brings to life the realism of writing. While others were writing about the way things should be‚ rather than the way things were‚ Dickens was challenging these ideas‚ and argued that paupers and criminals were not evil at birth. This was an act of rebellion‚ for he in fact was showing the Victorian

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