Charles Dickens Biography.
Although Charles Dickens wrote many highly intriguing novels, his early life was not as easy as perceived. To begin with, Catherine Hogarth and Dickens had ten children together. None of them grew to be very old. Charles Dickens outlived each of his children by many years. This is one of the most devastating tragedies a parent can endure. Most likely these deaths greatly affected the way Charles wrote many of his works.
Next, Charles Dickens had to work very hard to become a well known, successful writer. He began school when he was 15 or 16 years old. His first job was a law clerk, then a…
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