Bardell v. Pickwick

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Bardell v. Pickwick by Charles Dickens and Percy Fitzgerald

Author: Charles Dickens and Percy Fitzgerald | Published: 1902

Bardell v. Pickwick

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About Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens is one of the most iconic writers of all time. His works have been adapted for both stage and screen, and his influence on literature is still felt today. Born in 1812, England, Charles Dickens wrote some of the most beloved novels in history including Great Expectations, Oliver Twist, A Tale of Two Cities, and David Copperfield.

His characters are often seen as timeless & relatable figures – especially Scrooge from A Christmas Carol. Through his works he tackles themes such as injustice, poverty & social inequality with wit & humor. From his early sketches to later novels like Bleak House & Little Dorrit – Charles Dickens left an indelible mark on English Literature that still resonates today. He died on June 9th 1870 but his works remain some of the most beloved pieces in literary history – a lasting legacy from one of England's greatest authors. Find out more about Charles Dickens.

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