Charles Dickens’ Children Stories

Sevenov October 13, 2022

Charles Dickens' Children Stories by Charles Dickens and Others

Author: Charles Dickens and Others | Published: 1900

Charles Dickens' Children Stories

Re-told by his granddaughter and others.

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About Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens is one of the most famous authors in history. He was born in Portsmouth, England on February 7th, 1812 and is known for works like Oliver Twist, Great Expectations and A Christmas Carol. His writing style was unique and his stories often contained themes such as social injustice, poverty and hypocrisy.

He became popular during the Victorian era but his influence is still felt today. Not only did Charles Dickens write novels but also short stories, essays and articles for newspapers such as The Daily News. He was an advocate for children's rights which can be seen in many of his works including Oliver Twist where he highlighted child labor abuses by depicting a young boy caught up in a life of crime.

His works provide insight into the struggles faced by people living during the 19th century while they also capture timeless themes that are still relevant to society today. Find out more about Charles Dickens.

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