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Unformatted text preview: In (1837-1839) OLIVER TWIST was being serialized in a monthly magazine called Bently's Miscellany. In 1836 Charles married Catherine Hogarth and they had 10 children. They seperated in 1858. In March 1840, Dickens started a weekly periodical called Master Humphrey's Clock in which he published The Old Curiosity Shop , Barnaby Rudge , and a Christmas Carol. When Dickens died he was an angry man but he is still remembered as one of the greatest authors. His works range from HARD TIMES (1854), a satire of Victorian education and a portrayal of of the ugliness of factory life, through A TALE OF TWO CITIES (1859), which portrays the chaos of revolutions. Dickens remains a master storyteller whose works are laced with humor and social satire. a...
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