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Charles Dickens

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Victorian novelist who authored such classics as Oliver Twist, Great Expectations and A Christmas Carol
Well it seems like you are asking how you should go about repaying debts for your business correct? First and foremost, you should take care of any debts you owe where you loaned money. Those tend to have the highest interest rates which means the longer you delay paying it off, the more you'll end …
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Marley states;"my business; charity, mercy, forbearance, and benevolence, were, all, my business"
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to celebrate when jesus was born
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Answer His pen name was Boz, an old family nickname.
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No one can tell. Some people claim to have seen things of unnatural nature, but there is no evidence. But there is a holy ghost: God (if you believe in god no its not who ever says its real they are wrong
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2. A Message from the Sea 3. A Tale of Two Cities 4. All The Year Round 5. American Notes 6. Barnaby Rudge 7. Bleak House 8. David Copperfield 9. Dombey and Son 10. Great Expectations 11. Hard Times 12. Holiday Romance 13. Hunted Down 14. Little Dorrit 15. Martin Chuzzlewit 16. Master …
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Charles Dickens was a famous British novelist, perhaps best known for works such as "A Christmas Carol" and "Oliver Twist". Born on 7 February 1812, Dickens was heavily influenced by his own difficult childhood. Although his early years were carefree, his father, who was a clerk in the navy pay off…
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Answer His blindness was likely caused by glaucoma.
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Charles Oakley is a retired American professional basketball player. He lives in Los Angeles, CA. He currently works for ESPN where he talks about football.
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For PhD candidates it is usually called a thesis, but may sometimes be known as a dissertation... and yes, there are many. One of my friends just wrote one, actually. :) A: to search for theses, go to a college library and use Pro-Quest It is a search engine for online theses.
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Summary: Charles Dickens frequently uses houses to symbolize the people who inhabit them. He utilizes vivd description, similes, metaphors, personification, and imagery to capture the essence of the character's personality and traits. A good example of this is Dickens' description of Mr. Jagger's of…
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He went back to France because an old family servant, who was a friend to him, sent him a letter begging for help. This servant, Gabelle, had been imprisoned and he was asking for Darnay to come and deliver him.
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Charles Darwin was born on the 12th February 1809 at Mount House, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. He died on the 19th April 1882 aged 73, at Down House, Downe, Kent, England.
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Charles Dickens - paid by the word? No. All his fictional works were contracted for individually. Because the contracts generally specified a certain number of installments and the installments were of a specific number of pages, you could calculate a rough rate of pay based on an approximate nu…
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Charles dickens wrote 15 books..
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Tony Weller comes from the Dickens book 'The Pickwick Papers.' He is the father of Sam Weller who was Mr Pickwick's servant. They were cockneys and gave out their cockney wisdom to their seniors. Tony was a coachman and his wife Susan was the Propietor of the Marquis of Granby Inn in Dorking.
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Work work work all day long, tiny meals dark ,damp and smelly.
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This is the beginning of Scrooge's conversion, as we see him compare his own actions with those of the late Fezziwig. He wants to talk to Cratchit to express his remorse for his previous attitudes.
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During his apprenticeship he did not learn from Fezziwig's example of generosity and kindness. Instead he followed Marley's example of selfishness. His greed became the love of his life, and as a result he lost his sweetheart.
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Nothing has every been written about his personality traits but he was a child of privilege and extremely intelligent.
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Answer: Dickens didn't have many true employers during his life. He spent about eight months when he was 12 years old working at Warren's Blacking Factory, applying labels to bottles. He worked in law offices during his teens, while learning shorthand. He then used it to become a court and politica…
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Charles Lutwidge Dodgeson is the real name of the author Lewis Caroll. He wrote "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" (1865) "Alice in Wonderland" is the abbreviated title that we are all familiar with
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Answer Great Expectations ==== His greatest contributions were in drawing attention to the horrifying and disgusting conditions of poverty in which most of London lived. He also served on several boards that addressed the issues of poverty; he was one of the founders and primary donors of a hou…
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Charles Dickens wrote David Copperfield; it's said to be his most biographical book.
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Answer Nigel Tomm's The Blah Story is the longest novel ever published. Up to now (2008) ten volumes are released, they contain 3,277,227 words; 18,308,104 characters (with spaces); 7312 pages.
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Something that is quintessential is representative of everything in its field, or contains elements common to all. In the case of Charles Dickens, his books are quintessential because the characters and the themes are those that all types of people can relate to. They are the essence of story tellin…
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Charles Dickens.
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he had Athletes Foot In His Spine + Green bubble On His head.
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Diary of the HippyHippo Kid I beleve it's still the Bible . Over 3 Billion sold and still going strong.
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Charles dickens had 10 kidsi know that because i am so smart!!!!hahahahahahah
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Well it was very old...
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horrible
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Charles Dickens died in his home Gad's Hill Rochester, Kent, England, UK. His death was due to cerebral hemorrhage and occurred on June 9, 1870. His last novel, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, was left unfinished.Charles Dickens died in 1870 because of a stroke.
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I personly heard a rumor that he died, but I don't know for sure.
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•Charles Dickens started out as a political journalist, but became well known for his fiction which was serialised.
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Charles Dickens first invention was a paperback book and later he invented soap Opera in1836. :)
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Christmas wasn't invented it came about by the birth of Jesus.
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The Ghost of Christmas Past reminded Scrooge of the love and sorrow he experienced. He learned that he was a lonely child, he had lost many that he'd loved, especially Fan, his sister, and Belle, his betrohed, but he saw the good in people through Fezziwig.
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He died at home at Gad's Hill Place after suffering a massive stroke in 1870 aged 58. I think :)
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He worked in a shoe polish factory and was a freelance reporter. A: Once Dickens published The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, written while he was working as a court reporter, his only paying job was that of an author.
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Helen was 20 when she wrote her first book, The Story of My Life.
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Answer The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club was published serialisation form in the Morning Chronicle in 1836.
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best time would be when kids are not on break from school so that they are not flooding the airport becaese they are visiting relatives or on vacation.
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Answer If by 'culture,' you mean nationality, Dickens was English. If this doesn't answer your question, please be more specific. A: I say, ole bean, I would venture he was rather English, is he not?
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Because he felt like it and wanted to be good. Also to keep himself busy
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"they don't!! but he wrote some well known Christmas tales that have been told every year ever since so maybe that's why???"But they do! many people have written about it, including Jonathan Yardley on 'The Man Who Invented Christmas' in the Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/cont…
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Charles Dickens lived most of his life in and around London, although he was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire.
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the Bible
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Yes, when he was a clerk and a young man he enjoyed Christmas. And at the end of the story he kept Christmas in his heart all year around.
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because it was his insperation when he was little
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34 not including The mystery of Edwin Drood
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Charles Dickens job at Doctor Commons was as a political and court reporter.
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Charles Dickens (1812-1870) was a British novelist, the son of a clerk in the navy pay office. Painful childhood memories, notably his father's imprisonment in a debtors' prison, and his own work in a warehouse in Southwark, were a formative influence on his writings. In 1814 he moved to London, the…
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The book that makes Charles Dickens famous to us today is probably his story 'A Christmas Carol'. However, he had several timeless novels-- Great Expectations, David Copperfield, A Tale of Two Cities, and Oliver Twist to name a few.
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Oliver twist a Christmas carol great expectations the old curiosity shop and lots lots more
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Charles Dickens married Catherine Thomson Hogarth on April 2, 1836. She was born in Scotland and moved with her family to England in 1834. Her father, George Hogarth, was the editor of the Evening Chronicle where Dickens was a journalist. After the birth of their ten children, and the death of their…
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David copperfield is a very famous magician
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life was hard, poor and dirty. in Charles dickens novels he reflects what goes on in every day life. how many children were orphans because their family couldn't look after them and many people were dying because they didnt have huge hospitals like we do.(oliver twist) in a Christmas carol about s…
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Charles Dickens was hugely popular in the Victorian age; many people read his books and were anxious to read more! He especially had an impact on Christmas, and actually made it one of the most commercial holidays there is with his novel A Christmas Carol. I even recall reading somewhere that a chil…
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As the mean hardend Scrooge arrives home he is met by his first vison of Marley his old business partner (deceased), from here on the foreshadowing grows as more mysterious things happen within the old mans house . By the end of stave one we have met Marley and heard the what fate has in store for E…
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good man
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he revented Christmas in the Victorian time !
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because he was inspired from his dad going to prison and he a wrote a book about his dad in prison.
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Observing faithfully the various customs and traditions of the holiday, especially the charitable ones, Mr. Scrooge. Keeping Christmas well means to keep Christmas in your heart in a good way. Having good will towards men, and charity for less fortunates.
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Dickens's education began at William Giles's School, Chatham. However, his private school career ended in 1824 when his father was sent to jail after amassing debt. Dickens attended Wellington House Academy in London between 1824 and 1827. He left school aged 15 and began working as a clerk in a sol…
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Charles Dickens would often walk about on the street to get ideas for his novels. Seeing all of the children having to steal and getting involved with "gangs" helped him write Oliver Twist and as you probably know this became a best seller book and make into many films. Seeing all the people with mo…
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he was inspired by a girl he met at school in 1818 called Tasha Wakefield, she was born in charlatanism, and moved to Portsmouth in 1813, and she was inspired by Jessica Hamilton Webb. They all went to book clubs together.
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34 including The Mystery of Edwin Drood which he started to write before he diedhope this helps :)
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Scrooge's dead business partner's name was Jacob Marley.
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there were 34 books including 24 novels.
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Yes he did, he had 4 sisters, Fanny, Letitia, Harriet and Augusta, and he had 3 brothers, Alfred, Frederick and Alfred Lamert. Including Charles, Charles's mother and father John and Elizabeth Dickens had 8 children.
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Marley said "The common welfare was my business; charity, mercy, forbearance, and benevolence, were, all, my business".
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I'm trying to find out the same thing - class assignment for the Christmas Carol.... Here's what I have: ~a spirit originated in Ancient Rome that exhibited supernatural powers to be able to control an element of nature (in this case, the weather) hope this helps! :-)
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Catherine Hogarth, married in 1836 -had 10 children- divorced 1858. _ They seperated, but never officially divorced.
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in the poet's corner at westminister abbey
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To be kind and unselfish.the scenes that the ghost of Christmas present shows scrooge is thde home of bob crachit, his nephew home, and to show him that being lonely is not good at all..................
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Answer John Lennon Merry Christmas ( war is over )
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Charles Dickens died on the 9th June 1870. So in 1994, he's probably in the same place.
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Charles read lots of books and enjoyed many of them and he wanted to make his own books, this is also how he learnt how to write books
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He is often attributed with the creation of the US Dollar sign in 1778. He also was the financier of the American Revolutionary War He was born in Ireland in 1737, and came to the US with his Dad, two of his brothers and his nephew in 1760. After only two years, he was trading in the West Indies (…
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the "no award" the "no more award"the "i think no award"the "mega some thing award"the "finish now award"the "just joking award"( the above statements are just fake")TEEHEE
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Charles dickens was a guy that cared for everyone and helped them every way he could!!!
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charles dickens was a nasty horrid man alwatys mmurdered his wives (he used to ripp there heads off and poo down there necks)
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December 25th :D
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It's because he wrote books, silly!
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The first ghost showed Scrooge what happened in the Past at Christmas.
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host of Christmas Present The streets of London on Christmas Morning Bob Cratchits home The mines of Wales A Light house Freds Home Many homes then visited to witness the festive season
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Charles Dickens wrote many books, and most of them were related in some way. For example, two of Charles Dickens books, Oliver Twist, and Great Expectations both portray the main character (Pip from Great Expectations and Oliver from Oliver Twist) as orphans. Dickens wrote tales of love, honesty, an…
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The ghost of Christmas Future.
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Fred.Fred.
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Charles Dickens wife was Catherine Hogarth
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Charles and Catherine Dickens had 10 children: Charles Culliford Boz Dickens (1837-1896) Mary Dickens (1838-1896) Kate Macready Dickens (1839-1929) Walter Landor Dickens (1841-1863) Francis Jeffrey Dickens (1844-1886) Alfred D'Orsay Tennyson Dickens (1845-1912) Sydney Smith Haldimand Dickens (18…
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host of Christmas Present The streets of London on Christmas Morning Bob Cratchits home The mines of Wales A Light house Freds Home Many homes then visited to witness the festive season
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He predicts an early death that Scrooge, if he chose, could prevent or at least delay.He tells Scrooge that he see an empty chair next to fire and an unused crutch hanging on the wall before the next Christmas
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Tiny Tim, from the popular book, Charles' Dicken's "A Christmas Carol."
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Actual novels, 5 - A Christmas Carol, The Chimes, The Cricket on the Hearth, The Battle of Life and The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain. He did also write 17 other Christmas stories which were published in magazines.
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