Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

occupation

Writer

religion

Christianity

social status

Professionals

born

7 February, 1812

birthplace

Portsmouth

died

9 June, 1870

death place

Kent

country of citizenship

England

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generic agent

person/people

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Charles Dickens

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Dickens

gender

male

given name

Charles

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Charles Dickens

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listeners

The uncommercial traveller and other papers, 1859-1870

American Notes

Pictures from Italy

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