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The Dickens' novel Hard Times was first published as a serial novel between April 1 and August 12, 1854. This was in the weekly Household Words publication as twenty equal parts. It was also published as a complete volume in August of 1854.

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The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club was published serialisation form in the Morning Chronicle in 1836.

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"Hard Times" by Charles Dickens was first published in 1854 in the city of London, England.

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In February 1837- April 1839 Charles Dickens wrote The adventures of Oliver Twist, Monthly serial in Bentley's Miscellany.

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Hard Times took place in and around a fictional city called Coketown, often supposed to be based on Preston. It was published out of London.

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Dickens was a journalist before he became a writer and wrote many papers which were published. This led to success and he release his first novel, The Pickwick Papers, in March 1836.

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