Artist Charles Dickens

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Charles Dickens was a British author born in 1812 and died in 1870.

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    The son of a poor family, Charles Dickens was employed in a shoe-shine factory from the age of 12.

    He entered Wellington School Academy in 1825 to study Latin and published his first stories in the Monthly Magazine eight years later. He wrote The Adventures of Mr Pickwick in 1837, followed by Oliver Twist, The Antique Shop, A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, The House of Bitter Wind, A Tale of Two Cities and The Common Friend.

    He has published hundreds of articles on literary and social themes. He also wrote plays.

    He was an ardent defender of the feminist condition, prostitutes, children’s rights and education for all.

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