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    • Gargery, Joe

    • Gargery, Joe

    • circa 1887-1899

    • Great Expectations is Dickens's 13th novel. It appeared in monthly installments from December 1860 to August 1961 in the periodical All the Year Round. It was also published in the United States in Harper's Weekly. It is one of Dickens's best...
    • Old Orlick

    • Old Orlick

    • circa 1887-1899

    • Great Expectations is Dickens's 13th novel. It appeared in monthly installments from December 1860 to August 1961 in the periodical All the Year Round. It was also published in the United States in Harper's Weekly. It is one of Dickens's best...
    • Sparsit, Mrs.

    • Sparsit, Mrs.

    • circa 1887-1899

    • A satire on Utilitarianism set in a provincial industrial town, portraying the dreariness of life for industrial workers, the hopelessness of decent people trapped in a failed marriage, and the fallacy of mechanical theories of human nature
    • Flintwich, Jeremiah

    • Flintwich, Jeremiah

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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,...
    • Rigaud

    • Rigaud

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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,...
    • Maggy

    • Maggy

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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,...
    • Diver, Colonel

    • Diver, Colonel

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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...
    • Sweedlepipe, Paul

    • Sweedlepipe, Paul

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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...
    • Tapley, Mr. Mark

    • Tapley, Mr. Mark

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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...
    • Gamp, Sairey

    • Gamp, Sairey

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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...
    • Prig, Mrs. Betsey

    • Prig, Mrs. Betsey

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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...
    • Lillyvick, Mr.

    • Lillyvick, Mr.

    • circa 1887-1899

    • Nicholas Nickleby, Dickens' third novel, is about social injustice in England. Nicholas Nickleby's father dies and the family, Nicholas, sister Kate, and their mother, are forced to move to London to ask for assistance from their Uncle Ralph...
    • Smike

    • Smike

    • circa 1887-1899

    • Nicholas Nickleby, Dickens' third novel, is about social injustice in England. Nicholas Nickleby's father dies and the family, Nicholas, sister Kate, and their mother, are forced to move to London to ask for assistance from their Uncle Ralph...
    • Squeers, Mrs.

    • Squeers, Mrs.

    • circa 1887-1899

    • Nicholas Nickleby, Dickens' third novel, is about social injustice in England. Nicholas Nickleby's father dies and the family, Nicholas, sister Kate, and their mother, are forced to move to London to ask for assistance from their Uncle Ralph...
    • Jarley, Mrs.

    • Jarley, Mrs.

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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...
    • Bumble, Mr.

    • Bumble, Mr.

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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...
    • Corney, Mrs.

    • Corney, Mrs.

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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...
    • Duff, a Bow-Street officer

    • Duff, a Bow-Street officer

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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...
    • Wilfer, Mrs.

    • Wilfer, Mrs.

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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...
    • Sloppy

    • Sloppy

    • circa 1887-1899

    • 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...
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