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    • Keeper of opium den

    • Keeper of opium den

    • The story begins with John Jasper leaving a London opium den

    • Mystery of Edwin Drood, The

    • Mystery of Edwin Drood was the fifteenth and final novel of Charles Dickens. He worked on it from October 1869 until June 1870 but it was left unfinished when he died. The main plot tells the story of a choirmaster named John Jasper who is in...
    • Stranger, The

    • Stranger, The

    • The Stranger arrives at the Peerybingle house as one of John's deliveries. He appears to be old and hard of hearing. When no one comes to pick him up, he rents a bed from Peerybingles. He is revealed to be Edward Plummer, who had arrived in...

    • Cricket on the Hearth, The

    • In 1845, Dickens planned a periodical about home life called Cricket. The plan did not materialize, so he turned the idea into The Cricket on the Hearth, a book with a domestic setting. This was published as Dickens' third Christmas book by...
    • Roker, Tom

    • Roker, Tom

    • The tipstaff who conveyed Mr. Pickwick to the Fleet prison. "The hackney coach jolted along Fleet Street as hackney coaches usually do. Mr. Pickwick sat opposite the tipstaff; and the tipstaff sat with his hat beneath his knees, whistling a...

    • Pickwick Papers, The

    • A series of adventures of Mr. Samuel Pickwick and three friends, who travel around the environs of London
    • Copperfield, David

    • Copperfield, David

    • The title character and narrator of the story. Dickens bases David's life loosely on his own

    • David Copperfield

    • David Copperfield is the partly autobiographical story of the trials of a boy born at the Rookery, Blunderstone. His father dies before he is born, and his mother marries Mr. Murdstone, who is cruel to the boy. When she dies, he is sent to work in...
    • Dorrit, Little

    • Dorrit, Little

    • The title character is the daughter of William Dorrit, she is born in Marshalsea debtor's prison. She befriends Arthur Clennam, whose mother employs her as a seamstress. When her father inherits a fortune she leaves the prison, but returns to nurse...

    • Little Dorrit

    • Little Dorrit was originally published in 20 parts in 19 monthly installments, with the last two parts published in a double installment. William Dorrit, father of the title character, Amy, has been sent to Marshalsea debtor's prison in London,...
    • Vengeance, The

    • Vengeance, The

    • The Vengeance is a companion of Madame Defarge and her chief associate among the women revolutionaries. Vengeance is a nickname for this person

    • Tale of Two Cities, A

    • A Tale of Two Cities is a historical novel written by Charles Dickens in 1859. Through the fate of several main characters, the story tells about the life of people living in London and Paris before and during the French Revolution. In 1775, Dr....
    • Veneering, Mrs. Anastasia

    • Veneering, Mrs. Anastasia

    • The wife of Hamilton Veneering, she has a fair complexion with an aquiline nose. She is beautiful and very enthusiastic. She hosts many society parties and has a new baby

    • Our Mutual Friend

    • Our Mutual Friend, Dickens' last novel, addresses the issues of money, social class, and human values. John Harmon, heir to his father's fortune made as a dust collector, pretends to be dead in order to find out what people thought about him. He...
    • Boffin, Mrs. Henrietta

    • Boffin, Mrs. Henrietta

    • The wife of Mr. Boffin, she is cheerful and kind, with a broad figure. She loves fashion and high society. She convinces her husband to adopt Bella Wilfer, after the supposed death of John Harmon, and to adopt an orphan boy whom they plan to...

    • Our Mutual Friend

    • Our Mutual Friend, Dickens' last novel, addresses the issues of money, social class, and human values. John Harmon, heir to his father's fortune made as a dust collector, pretends to be dead in order to find out what people thought about him. He...
    • Moddle, Augustus

    • Moddle, Augustus

    • The youngest gentleman boarder at Todgers's Commercial Boarding House, Augustus Moddle falls in love with Mercy Pecksniff. When she marries Jonas, Moddle proposes to older sister Charity Pecksniff. He is unwilling to face the sisters with the...

    • Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit, The

    • Martin Chuzzlewit appeared in monthly parts, January 1843-July 1844, as Charles Dickens' sixth novel. The novel was not as successful as earlier novels, although Dickens thought it was best of his stories to that point. Dickens' 1842 trip to...
    • Moddle, Augustus

    • Moddle, Augustus

    • The youngest gentleman boarder at Todgers's Commercial Boarding House, Augustus Moddle falls in love with Mercy Pecksniff. When she marries Jonas, Moddle proposes to older sister Charity Pecksniff. He is unwilling to face the sisters with the...

    • Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit

    • Martin Chuzzlewit appeared in monthly parts, January 1843-July 1844, as Charles Dickens' sixth novel. The novel was not as successful as earlier novels, although Dickens thought it was best of his stories to that point. Dickens' 1842 trip to...
    • Unknown man

    • Unknown man

    • This is a male character in the novel

    • Tale of Two Cities, A

    • A Tale of Two Cities is a historical novel written by Charles Dickens in 1859. Through the fate of several main characters, the story tells about the life of people living in London and Paris before and during the French Revolution. In 1775, Dr....
    • Single gentleman, The

    • Single gentleman, The

    • This is a man who is never named in the story. He befriends Dick, Kit and the Garlands. He rents a room from Sampson Brass

    • Old Curiosity Shop, The

    • This novel is Dickens's fourth novel, and one of two novels Dickens wrote for the short-lived magazine Master Humphrey's Clock, begun in March 1840 and finished in January 1941. It was published as a separate book in 1841. The novel tells the story...
    • Crackit, Toby

    • Crackit, Toby

    • Toby Crackit is Bill Sikes burglary partner. His house on Jacob's Island at Bermondsey is where Bill Sikes is found hiding after he murders Nancy

    • Oliver Twist

    • Oliver Twist, or The Parish Boy's Progress, is the second novel written by Charles Dickens. The story is about the life of an orphan boy named Oliver Twist. His mother dies giving birth to him and his father is unknown so Oliver lives a miserable...
    • Chitling, Tom

    • Chitling, Tom

    • Tom (or Tommy) Chitling is a member of Fagin's crime gang who has recently been released from prison

    • Oliver Twist

    • Oliver Twist, or The Parish Boy's Progress, is the second novel written by Charles Dickens. The story is about the life of an orphan boy named Oliver Twist. His mother dies giving birth to him and his father is unknown so Oliver lives a miserable...
    • Codlin, Tom

    • Codlin, Tom

    • Tom Codlin is a travelling entertainer and the proprietor of the Punch and Judy Show

    • Old Curiosity Shop, The

    • This novel is Dickens's fourth novel, and one of two novels Dickens wrote for the short-lived magazine Master Humphrey's Clock, begun in March 1840 and finished in January 1941. It was published as a separate book in 1841. The novel tells the story...
    • Pinch, Mr. Tom

    • Pinch, Mr. Tom

    • Tom Pinch is a devoted admirer and assistant to Mr. Pecksniff. He is a kindly, sweet-tempered fellow about 30; bald, ungainly, awkward-looking, and extremely short-sighted. He is the village organist. Mr. Pinch eventually leaves Mr. Pecksniff...

    • Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit, The

    • Martin Chuzzlewit appeared in monthly parts, January 1843-July 1844, as Charles Dickens' sixth novel. The novel was not as successful as earlier novels, although Dickens thought it was best of his stories to that point. Dickens' 1842 trip to...
    • Pinch, Mr. Tom

    • Pinch, Mr. Tom

    • Tom Pinch is a devoted admirer and assistant to Mr. Pecksniff. He is a kindly, sweet-tempered fellow about 30; bald, ungainly, awkward-looking, and extremely short-sighted. He is the village organist. Mr. Pinch eventually leaves Mr. Pecksniff...

    • Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit

    • Martin Chuzzlewit appeared in monthly parts, January 1843-July 1844, as Charles Dickens' sixth novel. The novel was not as successful as earlier novels, although Dickens thought it was best of his stories to that point. Dickens' 1842 trip to...
    • Jobling, Tony

    • Jobling, Tony

    • Tony Jobling is a law writer for Mr. Snagsby and a close friend of Guppy

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Analytical Chemist, The

    • Analytical Chemist, The

    • Veneering's butler. "Meantime the retainer goes round, like a gloomy analytical chemist; always seeming to say; after Chablis, sir; you wouldn't if you knew what it was made of"

    • Our Mutual Friend
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    • Gummidge, Mrs.

    • Gummidge, Mrs.

    • Widow of Daniel Pegotty's partner, she lives with Daniel and later moves to Australia with him

    • David Copperfield

    • David Copperfield is the partly autobiographical story of the trials of a boy born at the Rookery, Blunderstone. His father dies before he is born, and his mother marries Mr. Murdstone, who is cruel to the boy. When she dies, he is sent to work in...
    • Affery

    • Affery

    • Wife of Jeremiah Flintwinch, she helps Arthur Clennam's mother, Mrs. Clennam, run the family business

    • Little Dorrit

    • Little Dorrit was originally published in 20 parts in 19 monthly installments, with the last two parts published in a double installment. William Dorrit, father of the title character, Amy, has been sent to Marshalsea debtor's prison in London,...
    • Nupkins, Mrs. George

    • Nupkins, Mrs. George

    • Wife of Mr. Nupkins; a lady who always knew a thing after it happened. "A majestic female, in a pink gauze turban, and a light brown wig"

    • Pickwick Papers, The

    • A series of adventures of Mr. Samuel Pickwick and three friends, who travel around the environs of London
    • Guppy, Mr. William

    • Guppy, Mr. William

    • William Guppy is a young clerk in the Kenge and Carboy law firm. He lives with his mother and wants to marry Esther Summerson but she rejects him. He notices a resemblance between Esther and Lady Dedlock and decides to investigate as there is...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Guppy, Mr. William

    • Guppy, Mr. William

    • William Guppy is a young clerk in the Kenge and Carboy law firm. He lives with his mother and wants to marry Esther Summerson but she rejects him. He notices a resemblance between Esther and Lady Dedlock and decides to investigate as there is...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Wardle, Mr.

    • Wardle, Mr.

    • Yeoman farmer of Manor Farm, Dingley Dell. A friend of Mr. Pickwick. "A stout old gentleman in a blue coat and bright buttons, corduroy breeches and top boots"

    • Pickwick Papers, The

    • A series of adventures of Mr. Samuel Pickwick and three friends, who travel around the environs of London
    • Wardle, Mr.

    • Wardle, Mr.

    • Yeoman farmer of Manor Farm, Dingley Dell. A friend of Mr. Pickwick. A stout old gentleman in a blue coat and bright buttons, corduroy breeches and top boots

    • Pickwick Papers, The

    • Series of adventures of Mr. Samuel Pickwick and three friends, who travel around the environs of London
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