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Charles Dickens Prepared by: Sophia Arustamyan 7 "A" Checked: Rubtsovа E.S.
Dickens (Dickens) Charles (November 7, 1812, Portsmouth - June 9, 1870, Rochester), English writer. Difficult childhood Came from a large family, Dickens learned early poverty and full disaster tasted, prepared for the social mainstream. Accurate picture of the life of the people of this circle, unconcealed sympathy heroes, which falls foul of fate, is most impressed contemporaries in his novels, sometimes wearing autobiographical
Debtor's prison, where he spent the rest of Dickens, my father, ruined post office official, was the site of action in "Little Dorrit" (1857). According to his own childhood memories described blacking factory, where the washer bottle is David Copperfield ("The Life of David Copperfield, told by himself," 1850). Everyday life of petty officials, often becoming the characters of Dickens books, he has thoroughly studied, working in the office of scribe securities lawyer. Having received no formal education, worked as a writer parliamentary shorthand, then - a newspaper reporter. In 1836 he married the daughter of the editor of the newspaper where he worked
Writer buried in Westminster Abbey, close to B. Johnson and David Garrick. Open them to the world of literature and manners of slum dwellers poeticised Dickens. Sympathizing with the characters, he brings the action to a successful ending, which rewards them for their suffering and humiliation, muting traumatic memories pores young life.
Literary debut Exceptionally high appreciating Dickens, Dostoyevsky called it a consummate master of "the art of contemporary image, the current reality." Dickens studied it for years of service reporter, which preceded the literary debut - the novel "The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club" (1837). This book, which is a series of sketches of genre, opened the gift of Dickens as the creator of grotesque characters, expressing the most rooted especially English as a nation and transmission, in the words of GK Chesterton, "eternal joy popular belief... the most important thing to us, that is independent of the surface differences between people. " Panorama of English life Dickens' novels are a panorama of English life