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His father served as an official at the naval base of the Royal Navy; In January 1815 was transferred to London, in April 1817 the family moved to Chatham. Here Charles studied at the school of the Baptist pastor William Gilles, even when the family moved to London again. Life in the capital, beyond its means, led his father in 1824 to a debt prison.
His older sister continued to study at the Royal Academy of Music until 1827, while Charles worked in a factory for the production of wax (Blacking Factory) of Warren, where he received six shillings a week. But on Sunday, they were in prison with their parents. A few months later, after the death of their grandmother on his father's side, John Dickens, through the received inheritance, he was released from prison, received a pension at the Admiralty, and the place of the parliamentary reporter in a newspaper.
However, at the insistence of his mother, Charles was left in a factory that influenced his attitude toward women in later life. After some time, he has been identified in the Wellington House Academy, where he studied until March 1827. In May 1827 he was admitted to the law firm "Ellis and Blackmore" junior clerk, at 13 shillings a week. Here he worked until November 1828. After studying shorthand system for T. Garnier, he began working as a reporter for free - with his distant relative, Thomas Charlton. In 1830, Charles was invited to the «Morning Chronicle».
Personal Strangenesses Dickens often spontaneously fell into a trance, was subject to visions and from time to time experienced deja vu. When this happened, the writer nervously trifle his hat, which made the headdress quickly lose its presentable appearance and wrecked. For this reason, Dickens eventually ceased wearing headdresses. About another writer`s strangeness told George Henry Lewis. Once Dickens told him that every word before it went to paper, first they are clearly heard, and his characters are always nearby and communicate with him.
The death of writer On June 9, 1870, Dickens, a fifty-eight-year-old, exhausted by colossal labor, a rather messy life and a lot of troubles, died of a stroke in his house in the village of Haya. They did not understand and did not want to understand that humor was often for Dickens shield from the excessively injurious impacts of life. On the contrary, Dickens acquired first of all the glory of the merry writer of the merry old England.
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