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  • Charles dickens w,w,w,w,w & h

    1. 1. Charles DIckensBy Bill Whitney
    2. 2. Who was Charles Dickens? • Charles Dickens was a famous English writer and social critic, creator of some of the world’s most memorable fictional characters.
    3. 3. Why is he so famous?• Charles is so famous because of how good he is and how important he is, Charles wrote over 30 novels and he is known as the best novel writer that has ever lived.
    4. 4. When did he live?• Charles Dickens was born on ‘7th of February 1812’ to ‘9th of June 1870’.
    5. 5. Where did he live?• Charles Dickens spent most of his life in London, he was born in Portsmouth than later moved to Hampshire.
    6. 6. What did he do?• Charles Dickens wrote over 30 novels, all of which are famous and well known. Although Charles spent most of his life writing, he also was a social critic and he use to work in a shoe wax company after his father was jailed.
    7. 7. How did he become famous• By writing very good books. His stories were very illustrative of the living conditions of poor and and everyday people in his time.• x
    8. 8. Bibliography• http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20091007000304AA1S8YR• http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20071117044530AAMMi8c• http://lisawallerrogers.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/dickens-at-writing-desk-1911.jpg• http://www.novelhouse.com/Images/novelists/Dickens_lg.bmp• dSaA/s1600/Dickens_London_1858.jpg• http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-DFUwiPevPtc/Tx5VVyUo7hI/AAAAAAAAJBk/ukkVFH-v• http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/aa/Dickens_Gurney_head.jpg/220px-Dickens_Gurney_head.jpg

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