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  • Charles dickens

    1. 1. Charles Dickens
    2. 2. Who was Charles Dickens?• Charles Dickens was a English writer of the Victorian period and was renowned as the greatest novelist in the world, he was an English writer. Some of the characters that he created are the most distinctive imaginary characters.
    3. 3. Why is he so famous• Charles Dickens is so famous because of his novels and short stories and being a social critic. The novels that Dickens wrote in his lifetime bought him money, popularity and fame. Another reason which made him famous was that how good his literature was, and how recognised it was from scholars .
    4. 4. Where in his early life did he live?• In Dickenss early life he lived in Portsmouth, Bloomsbury, Camden Town, imprisoned in Southwark, Marshalsea and North London
    5. 5. When did Dickens live?• Charles Dickens was born on the 7th of February 1812 and past away on the 9th of June 1870.
    6. 6. What made him so famous• Dickens was brought to fame in 1836 by the single large copy of the Pickwick papers.
    7. 7. How is Dickens still remembered to today• Dickens is renowned as being the best writer of the Victorian period and possibly of all time
    8. 8. What did he do?• Charles Dickens wrote over 30 Novels that all are still famous to this day. Charles was a writer for all of his life but he also was a social critic. Charles wrote some books on transportation, the transportation of convicts to Australia
    9. 9. BIBLIOGRAPHY• http://www.leninimports.com/charles_dickens_new_4a.jpg• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Dickens• charlesdickenspage.com/• www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/dickens_charles.shtml

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