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It will tell you about his early, middle, and later years of his life. It will also talk about one of his great works of literature. In conclusion, this report will show a comparison of his work to his life.
His father was a clerk in the Navy Pay-Office, and was temporarily on duty in the neighborhood when Charles was born. His name was John Dickens.
He spent time in prison for debts. But, even when he was free he lacked the money to support his family. Then, when Charles was two they moved to London. He never stepped out of it until he died. He was a good man, as men go in the bewildering world of ours, brave, transparent, tender-hearted, and honorable.
Dickens was always a little too irritable because he was a little too happy. Like the over-wrought child in society, he was splendidly sociable, and in and yet sometimes quarrelsome. In all the practical relations of his life he was what the child is at a party, genuinely delighted, delightful, affectionate and happy, and in some strange way fundamentally sad and dangerously close to tears.
He held the job only for a few months, but the misery of the experience remain with him all his life. He enjoyed reading and was especially fond of adventure stories, fairy tales, and novels. However, most of the knowledge he later used as an author came from his environment around him.
He specialized in covering debates in Parliament, and also wrote feature articles. His work as a reporter sharpened his naturally keen ear for conversation and helped develop his skill in portraying his characters speach realistically. It also increased his ability to observe and to write swiftly and clearly.
This was just a few days before the anoucement that on the 31st he would have his first work printed in The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club. And this was the beginning of his career. Published in monthly parts in and the book describes the humorous adventure and misadventures of the English Countryside.
After a slow start, The Pickwick Papers as the book was usually called gained a popularity seldom matched in the history of literature. Because of her death Dickens' suffered a lot of grief. This led some scholars to believe that Dickens loved Mary more than Catherine. Catherine was a good woman but she lacked intelligence.
Dickens and Catherine had 10 children. Then later inthe couple seperated. The first was a series of public readings and lectures which he began giving it systematically.
And second, he was a successive editor. Dickens had been many things in his life; he was a reporteran actor, a conjurer, a poet, a lecturer, and a editor and he enjoyed all of those things.
He recorded all his activites in thousands of letter, many of which made delightful readings. He spent much of his later life with crowded social friends from arts and literature.
He also went to the theater as often as he could, cause he loved drama. Dickens also produced and acted in small theaters to give public readings of his work.Dombey and Son by Charles Dickens Essay “Dombey and Son” is one of the most outstanding works of Charles Dickens.
Its originality lies in the first place in Dickens’s ability to portray the society in general and lives of separates people within this rutadeltambor.com the novel primary deals analyzing a concrete family belonging to the upper society class the analysis presented by Charles.
- Charles Dickens Charles John Huffam Dickens was born February 7, , in Ports Mouth, Hampshire. In his infancy his family moved to Chatham, where he spent his happiest years and often refers to this time in his novels ().
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We have now placed Twitpic in an archived state. Essay on The Life and Writing of Charles Dickens - Charles Dickens was born on February 7, in Landport, Portsea, England as Charles John Huffham Dickens .