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BY JONATHAN H & CHIMA O’H CHARLES DICKENS
Charles Dickens is probably the most famous author in the English language. FAMOUS AUTHOR
HE wrote about the ordinary people and the difficult lives they had.HE wrote his stories in exciting chapters so people look forward to the next chapter. WHY IS HE FAMOUS
Charles Dickens was born in Portsmouth in February BIRTH
As a young boy he had to work in a factory which was cruel,had rats running around the floor,was cold,dark and miserable. WORKING
He only went to school for a short period as father was regularly in the Debtor’s prison. SCHOOL
As Charles could read and write he became a Journalist for a newspaper.Newspaperswe re becoming popular this time. JOURNALIST
HE married Catharine Hogarth in They were to have 10 children 1836 MARRIAGE
Oliver twist Great Expectations/A Christmas Carol Pickwick Papers/A Tale Of Two Cities BOOKS
Some of the characters that Charles Dickens created are famous even today in the English language. FAMOUS CHARACTERS
Scrooge=Mean Miser Fagin=‘Fence’ For Thieves Mr.Bumble=Cruel Orphanage Head Pip=a kind thoughtful boy Mrs. Gargary= cruel stepmother Bill Sykes=Evil thief Dodger = young pickpocket. SCROOGE
Dickens wrote many books and other articles for newspapers etc. OTHER WRITINGS
He would put one chapter per week into the newspaper so that people would buy the newspaper each week to see what happened next. PLAN
Charles went to America to make speeches against slavery. SPEECHES
He died in 1858 aged 46 and is one or the most famous people buried in Westminster Abbey in London DEATH
Charles Dickens biography A famous writer of the 19 th century-his books still charm the people!!!
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