Charles Dickens

Timeline created by Joel Anaya Duque
  • He was born

    He was born
    He was born in Portsmouth, February 7, 1812, his real name is Charles John Huffam Dickens.
  • His parents in his childhood

    His parents in his childhood
    His mother was middle class and his father always dragged debts, due to his excessive inclination to waste. Charles did not receive any education until the age of nine, a fact that his critics would later reproach him, considering his formation in self-taught excess.
  • He as a writer

    He as a writer
    He was an English writer and novelist, one of the most recognized of universal literature, and the most outstanding of the Victorian era. He was a teacher of the narrative genre, to which he printed certain doses of humor and irony.
  • His first work

    His first work
    Charles Dickens was a well-known personality and his novels were very popular during his life. His first finished novel, The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club (1837), granted him an immediate fame that continued throughout his career.
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    Their children

    Between 1837 and 1844 he had ten children: Charles Culliford Boz Dickens, Mary Dickens, Kate Macready Dickens, Walter Landor Dickens, Francis Jeffrey Dickens, Alfred D'Orsay Tennyson Dickens, Sydney Smith Haldimand Dickens, Henry Fielding Dickens, Dora Annie Dickens and Edward Dickens.