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Essay | Charles Dickens, an Inclination

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Charles Dickens, an Inclination

Summary: The life of Charles Dickens.
Charles Dickens

Writer and novelist

As we loved you, so we miss you,

In our memory, you are near;

Loved, remembered, longed for always,

Bringing many a silent tear.

Charles Dickens, 58, a writer and novelist, died on June 9th of a stroke. Dickens

was wealthy, immensely popular, and one of the best novelists the world had produced.

He was buried in the Poet's Corner of Westminster Abbey. People mourned his death the

world over.

Charles John Huffman Dickens was born in Landport, Portsea on February 7, 1812.

He was the second of eight children of John and Elizabeth Barrow Dickens.

Dickens father was vivacious and generous but lived beyond his means. His

mother was affectionate and rather inept in practical matters. Dickens

later used his parents as characters in his novels; his father as the basis for Mr. Micawber

and portrayed his mother as Mrs. Nickleby. Taught to...

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