Nobody’s Story by Charles Dickens
Author: Charles Dickens | Published: 1853
Nobody's Story Synopsis
"Nobody's Story" is a short story by Charles Dickens. It was published in 1853.
"Nobody's Story" is a story of the life of a man named Nobody. This hard-working individual belongs to the lower class and has to put in relentless effort every month to make ends meet. Living in a bustling city close to a river. Nobody hires the Big Wig family to handle his affairs. Every house is unique, including the house of the Bigwig family, but Nobody's home holds a special place in his heart despite its bare and shabby appearance. Nobody and his family struggle with poverty and live complicated lives.
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He lived on the bank of a mighty river, broad and deep, which was es. always silently rolling on to a vast un discovered ocean. It had rolled on, ever since the world began. It had changed its course sometimes, and turned into new channels? leaving its old ways dry and barren but it had ever been upon the flow, and ever was to flow until Time should be no more.
About Charles Dickens
The English writer Charles Dickens is one of the most renowned authors in literature. His works, including classics such as 'Great Expectations' and 'Oliver Twist', have resonated with audiences across the globe for centuries. Born in 1812 in Portsmouth, England, Charles John Huffam Dickens was a prodigious writer from a very early age. Through his writing, he addressed major social reform issues prominent during the Victorian era, including poverty and child labor.
Dickens wrote 15 novels and several short stories and essays throughout his lifetime. His novels often contained elements of comedy and satire, providing entertainment to readers while also dealing with serious topics such as injustice towards children and women's rights issues. He was known for creating memorable characters that still stand the test of time today. Find out more about Charles Dickens at sevenov.com.