Charles dickens

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He was a famous English novelist and one of the most famous in world literature, who knew how to handle skilfully the narrative genre, mood, the tragic sense of life, irony, with an acute socialcritic algid and descriptions people and places, both real and imagined.

He spent his childhood in London and in Kent, described more frequently in his works. He left school and was forced to work at aboy, his father being imprisoned for debt. Most of his training as a self-made​​, and his novel "David Copperfield" (1850) is partly autobiographical and their feelings about a faithfulrepresentation. From 1827 began to prepare for work as a reporter, in a publication of an uncle, The Mirror of Parliament, and for the liberal daily The Morning Chronicle.

He spent his childhood in London andin Kent, described more frequently in his works. He left school and was forced to work at a boy, his father being imprisoned for debt. Most of his training as a self-made​​, and his novel "DavidCopperfield" (1850) is partly autobiographical and their feelings about a faithful representation. From 1827 began to prepare for work as a reporter, in a publication of an uncle, The Mirror of Parliament,and for the liberal daily The Morning Chronicle.

He spent his childhood in London and in Kent, described more frequently in his works. He left school and was forced to work at a boy, his fatherbeing imprisoned for debt. Most of his training as a self-made​​, and his novel "David Copperfield" (1850) is partly autobiographical and their feelings about a faithful representation. From 1827 beganto prepare for work as a reporter, in a publication of an uncle, The Mirror of Parliament, and for the liberal daily The Morning Chronicle.

He spent his childhood in London and in Kent, describedmore frequently in his works. He left school and was forced to work at a boy, his father being imprisoned for debt. Most of his training as a self-made​​, and his novel "David Copperfield" (1850) is...
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