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Charles Dickens Fun Facts

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Dickens' kept many personal pets over his career as a writer, but many also that his pet raven named Grip was a big inspiration for later poems by Edgar Allen Poe.
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Charles was often known as a very public philanthropist, famously funding a rescue mission for the crew of HMS Erebus.
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In the book, Pip is said to have no parents, which some literary critics believe is a sign of his destiny to remain alone, after trying to achieve wealth and following the process of childhood into adulthood.
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The impact of Scrooge has lasted much longer than the printing of the book, as phrases such as "Bah Humbug" are still used to refer to those who don't enjoy Christmas celebrations.
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Despite clear instructions being left about being buried with his family, Charles' status as a legend in British literature meant that he was eventually buried elsewhere in London.
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Many children worked in factories referred to as 'workhouses', and in the 1700's, there was an estimated 1900 workhouses that hired over 100,000 children for working.
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This famous fairy tale existed for hundreds of years across many different cultures from 10th century France to North Africa and even East Asia.
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Dickens' supposedly disliked the USA because he said that Americans were crazy, had no manners, and didn't understand the concept of personal space.
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Although the gang member tries to turn Oliver into a common criminal that pickpockets, he ultimately fails because Oliver is said to have been too honest.
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Dickens most famous book may be Oliver Twist or Great Expectations, but his best-selling novel at the time was 'A Tale of Two Cities' which earned him his status in British literature history.

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