The course work analysis of charles dickens stories



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THE COURSE WORK
ANALYSIS OF CHARLES DICKENS STORIES
INTRODUCTION
Charles Dickens was born on February 7, 1812 in Portsmouth. The city is located in Hampshire, England. His parents were John and Elizabeth Dickens. Charles was the second of their eight children. John Dickens was a clerk in a payroll office of the navy. He was born in 1785 and died in 1851. He inspired the character of Mr. Micawber in David Copperfield. Elizabeth Barrow was born in 1789 and died in 1863. She married John Dickens in 1809. She inspired the characters of Mrs. Nickleby in Nicholas and Mrs. Micawber in David Copperfield .
John and Elizabeth Dickens were an outgoing, social couple. They loved parties, dinners and family functions. In fact, Elizabeth attended a ball on the night that she gave birth to Charles.
Finances were a constant concern for the family. The costs of entertaining along with the expenses of having a large family were too much for John’s salary. When Charles was just four months old the family moved to a smaller home to cut costs.
Mary Weller was an early influence on Charles. She was hired to care for the Dickens children. Her bedtime stories, stories she swore were quite true, featured people like Captain Murderer who would make pies of out his wives. From a very young age Charles dreamed of becoming a gentleman. He wanted an education.
His parents did have some limited funds put aside to send one of their children to a university or academy. Mr. and Mrs. John Dickens considered the talents and qualifications of all their children. They wanted to use the money earmarked for education where it would do the most good. It was as if they were placing all their bets on one child. Charles was not that child.His parents chose to send their daughter, Fanny, to school. She had a talent for music and was sent to an academy. Then came the darkest hours in the life of Charles Dickens.
One day in 1821, when Dickens was 9, he and his father took a walk through Kent. On Gravesend Road they passed a house called Gad’s Hill Place. Young Charles was very impressed.

Dickens’s family was plagued with financial problems. However this imposing structure seemed to be part of a different world. His father noted his interest and told Charles that if he “were to be very persevering and work very hard” he might one day live there. Dickens did grow up to buy Gad’s Hill Place. He bought the house in 1856 and it was his country home until his death. In fact, Dickens passed away at Gad’s Hill place in 1870.


When he was 12 it looked like his dreams would never come true. John Dickens was arrested and sent to the Marshalsea prison for for failure to pay a debt.
At that time the family sent Charles to work in Warren’s Blacking Warehouse. It was a shoe polish factory where Charles worked long hours attaching labels on pots of blacking. He earned six shilling a week.
As a side note, while employed there Dickens met Bob Fagin. Charles later used the name in Oliver Twist. Luckily, John Dickens was able to come to an agreement with his creditors within a few months of his imprisonment. Shortly after that John Dickens ended his son’s employment at the blacking factory.
Charles’s mother, Elizabeth, wanted her son to return to work at Warren’s. John Dickens won the disagreement and Charles was sent to Wellington House Academy instead.
Charles never forgot his mother’s actions. He wrote, “I never afterwards forgot, I never shall forget, I never can forget, that my mother was warm for my being sent back.”
Dickens was deeply marked by these experiences. He rarely spoke of this time of his life.
A man orders a bracelet for his mistress. It is by mistake sent to his home where his wife discovers .It sounds like a romance novel .However, it really happened to Charles Dickens and his wife Catherine.
Catherine Hogarth, the eldest daughter of George and Georgina Hogarth, was born in Scotland. She and her family moved to England where her father had taken a job as a music critic for the Morning Chronicle.
Charles and Catherine Dickens had ten children. There is circumstantial evidence that Dickens and Ellen Ternan had a child that died shortly after being born. However this has never been proven. They met in 1834, became engaged in 1835 and were married in April of 1836. In January of 1837 the first of their ten children was born. The early years of their marriage were apparently quite happy. Dickens was in love with his young wife and she was very proud of her famous husband. In 1841 the couple traveled to Scotland. In 1842 they traveled to America together. After the 1842 trip to America, Catherine’s sister Georgina came to live with the couple. Catherine was becoming overwhelmed with the duties of being the wife of a famous man and caring for their children. After some years he married to Ellen .On June 9, 1865, Charles Dickens had a brush with death. While he survived, others weren’t as lucky. Ten people died and forty were injured in the Staplehurst railway accident.The day began innocently enough. Dickens was returning from a trip to Paris. In the coach with him were Ellen Ternan and her mother. Georgina stepped in to fill the gaps and eventually ran the Dickens household. The train track was being repaired near Staplehurst. Workmen did not signal to oncoming trains that there was a gap, 42 feet long, in the tracks over a bridge. The train’s engineer spotted the problem at the last minute, but it was too late. Momentum carried the engine and the first part of the train across the breach. However the coaches in the center and the rear of the train fell into the river bed below. All but one of the first-class coaches went into the ravine. That was the coach that carried Dickens, Ellen Ternan and Mrs. Ternan.
While their carriage did not fall into gap, it was hanging off the bridge at a steep angle. Dickens and Mrs. Ternan were uninjured. Ellen had only minor injuries. Others weren’t as lucky. Ten people were killed and about fifty were injured.
Once Dickens helped the Ternans from the coach he went about the work of assisting his fellow passengers. He retrieved a flask of brandy from the train as well as his top hat. He filled the hat with water and then did what he could to aid and comfort the injured. Later he said that the scene was unimaginable.
One poor man was visible to the rescuers, but there was no way to help him escape. The man later died, still pinned under the train. At one point Dickens gave an injured lady who was resting under a tree a sip of brandy. The next time he passed her she was dead. For three long hours Dickens did what he could to lessen people’s pain and suffering.
When help finally arrived and the accident scene was being evacuated Dickens remembered something. There was still something in his train compartment that he needed. He made his way back into the wrecked train one last time to retrieve the latest installment of Our Mutual Friend, the novel he was writing at the time. Then In the postscript for Our Mutual Friend Dickens wrote about this accident. For years afterward Dickens would sometimes suffer from sudden feelings of anxiety when he was traveling by rail. However, it wasn’t quite the end. It’s interesting to note that five years to the day of the Staplehurst railway accident, on June 9 of 1870, Charles Dickens passed away.

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