Charles John Huffam Dickens (prononcé [ˈtʃɑrlz ˈdɪ.kɪnz ]), né à Landport, près de Portsmouth, dans le Hampshire, le 7 février 1812 et mort à Gad's Hill Place, Higham, Kent, le 9 juin 1870 (à 58 ans), est considéré comme le plus grand romancier de l'époque victorienne.

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  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (prononcé [ˈtʃɑrlz ˈdɪ.kɪnz ]), né à Landport, près de Portsmouth, dans le Hampshire, le 7 février 1812 et mort à Gad's Hill Place, Higham, Kent, le 9 juin 1870 (à 58 ans), est considéré comme le plus grand romancier de l'époque victorienne. Dès ses premiers écrits, il est devenu immensément célèbre, sa popularité ne cessant de croître au fil de ses publications.L'expérience marquante de son enfance, que certains considèrent comme la clef de son génie, a été, peu avant l'incarcération de son père pour dettes à la Marshalsea, son embauche à douze ans chez Warren où il a collé des étiquettes sur des bouteilles de cirage pendant plus d'une année. Bien qu'il soit retourné presque trois ans à l'école, son éducation est restée sommaire et sa grande culture est essentiellement due à ses efforts personnels.Il a fondé et publié plusieurs hebdomadaires, composé quinze romans majeurs, cinq livres de moindre envergure (novellas en anglais), des centaines de nouvelles et d'articles portant sur des sujets littéraires ou de société. Sa passion pour le théâtre l'a poussé à écrire et mettre en scène des pièces, jouer la comédie et faire des lectures publiques de ses œuvres qui, lors de tournées souvent harassantes, sont vite devenues extrêmement populaires en Grande-Bretagne et aux États-Unis.Charles Dickens a été un infatigable défenseur du droit des enfants, de l'éducation pour tous, de la condition féminine et de nombreuses autres causes, dont celle des prostituées.Il est apprécié pour son humour, sa satire des mœurs et des caractères. Ses œuvres ont presque toutes été publiées en feuilletons hebdomadaires ou mensuels, genre inauguré par lui-même en 1836 : ce format est contraignant mais il permet de réagir rapidement, quitte à modifier l'action et les personnages en cours de route. Les intrigues sont soignées et s'enrichissent souvent d'événements contemporains, même si l'histoire se déroule antérieurement.Un chant de Noël (1843) a connu le plus vaste retentissement international, et l'ensemble de son œuvre a été loué par des écrivains de renom, comme William Makepeace Thackeray, Léon Tolstoï, Gilbert Keith Chesterton ou George Orwell, pour son réalisme, son esprit comique, son art de la caractérisation et l'acuité de sa satire. Certains, cependant, comme Charlotte Brontë, Virginia Woolf, Oscar Wilde ou Henry James, lui ont reproché de manquer de régularité dans le style, de privilégier la veine sentimentale et de se contenter d'analyses psychologiques superficielles.Dickens a été traduit en de nombreuses langues, avec son aval pour les premières versions françaises. Son œuvre, constamment rééditée, connaît toujours de nombreuses adaptations au théâtre, au cinéma, au music-hall, à la radio et à la télévision.
  • Charles Dickens (7. února 1812, Portsmouth – 9. června 1870, Gadshill) byl anglický spisovatel. Je považován za jednoho z největších romanopisců 19. století.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens, ( /ˈtʃɑrlz ˈdɪkɪnz/) (Portsmouth, 7 febbraio 1812 – Gadshill, 9 giugno 1870), è stato uno scrittore, giornalista e reporter di viaggio britannico.Noto tanto per le sue prove umoristiche (Il circolo Pickwick), quanto per i suoi romanzi sociali (Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, Tempi difficili, Canto di Natale), è considerato uno dei più importanti romanzieri di tutti i tempi, nonché uno dei più popolari.
  • Чарлз Джон Хъфам Дикенс (на английски: Charles John Huffam Dickens) е английски писател, обикновено определян като най-значимия прозаик на Викторианската епоха. Още докато е жив, той постига по-голяма популярност и слава от всеки друг английски писател, оставайки известен и до днес като автор на някои от емблематичните романи и герои на английската литература.Много от романите на Дикенс първоначално са публикувани в ежемесечно издавани отделни части; формат, станал популярен по това време, донякъде благодарение на изданията на самия Дикенс. За разлика от други автори, които завършват книгите преди началото на публикуването им като поредица, той често пише отделните епизоди непосредствено преди издаването им. Този начин на публикуване придава на романите му характерен ритъм, предназначен да задържи вниманието на читателите и те да очакват следващото издание от поредицата. Романите и разказите на Дикенс са толкова популярни, че от създаването си до днес те постоянно се преиздават.Чарлз Дикенс и неговото творчество са високо оценявани за техния реализъм, комичност, майсторство на прозата, характерни персонажи и социална ангажираност от писатели като Лев Толстой, Джордж Гисинг и Гилбърт Кийт Честъртън. В същото време други автори, като Хенри Джеймс и Вирджиния Улф, ги критикуват за тяхната сантименталност и неправдоподобност.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (Landport, Portsmouth, 7 de fevereiro de 1812 — Gravesham, Kent, 9 de junho de 1870) foi o mais popular dos romancistas ingleses da era vitoriana.. No início de sua atividade literária também adoptou o pseudónimo Boz. A fama dos seus romances e contos, tanto durante a sua vida como depois, até aos dias de hoje, só aumentou. Apesar de os seus romances não serem considerados, pelos parâmetros actuais, muito realistas, Dickens contribuiu em grande parte para a introdução da crítica social na literatura de ficção inglesa.Entre os seus maiores clássicos estão "David Copperfield" e "Oliver Twist".
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (Portsmouth, Hampshire, 1812ko otsailaren 7a – Gad's Hill Place, Higham, Kent, 1870eko ekainaren 9a), idazle ingeles ezaguna izan zen. Narrazioan maisu, umorez eta ironiaz kritika sozial zorrotzena egin zuen. Boz ezizena erabili zuen batzuetan. Bere lanen artean, azpimarratzekoak dira Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol ("Gabonetako kanta") eta David Copperfield eleberriak. Halaber, hainbat istorio laburren egilea ere bada.Era guztietako kritikak izan zituen; batzuk oso onak izan ziren, George Gissing eta G. K. Chestertonenak kasu, ingeles hizkuntzan zuen trebezia goraipatzen zutenak, hain landuak dituen pertsonaiak, gizartearekiko duen sentsibilitatea. Kontrakoak ere izan zituen: George Henry Lewes, Henry James edo Virginia Woolfek akatsak ikusi zizkioten bere obrari, gehiegizko sentimentalismoa prosan, gertaera sinesgaitzak, pertsonaia arloteak.Arrakasta handia lortu zuen Dickensek orduan eta, gaur egun ere, bere lanak argitaratzen ari dira. Garaiko fikzioa argitaratzen zen bezala, Charlesek ere eleberriak egin zituen kapituluka. Liburuak erosteko ahalmena ez zegoen denen eskuetan eta irakurleek irrikitzen egoten ziren zain, hurrengo kapitulua argitaratu arte. Idazleen artean ere, gaur egun ere maisu kontsideratzen dute.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (Portsmouth, Inglaterra, 7 de febrero de 1812 – Gads Hill Place, Inglaterra, 9 de junio de 1870) fue un famoso novelista inglés, uno de los más conocidos de la literatura universal, y el principal de la era victoriana. Fue maestro del género narrativo, al que imprimió ciertas dosis de humor e ironía, practicando a la vez una aguda crítica social. En su obra destacan las descripciones de gente y lugares, tanto reales como imaginarios. Utilizó en ocasiones el seudónimo Boz.Sus novelas y relatos cortos disfrutaron de gran popularidad en vida del escritor, y aún hoy se editan y adaptan para el cine continuamente. Dickens escribió novelas por entregas, el formato usual en la ficción en su época, por la simple razón de que no todo el mundo poseía los recursos económicos necesarios para comprar un libro, y cada nueva entrega de sus historias era esperada con gran entusiasmo por sus lectores, nacionales e internacionales. Dickens fue y sigue siendo venerado como un ídolo literario por escritores de todo el mundo.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (Portsmouth, 1812. február 7. – Higham, 1870. június 9.) angol író. Egyesek szerint a viktoriánus kor legnagyobb írója és az angol nyelv legkiválóbb művelője. Írásainak népszerűségét mutatja, hogy napjainkig minden műve folyamatosan kapható anyanyelvén.
  • チャールズ・ジョン・ハファム・ディケンズ(Charles John Huffam Dickens, 1812年2月7日 - 1870年6月9日)は、ヴィクトリア朝時代を代表するイギリスの小説家である。主に下層階級を主人公とし弱者の視点で社会を諷刺した作品を発表した。新聞記者を務めるかたわらに発表した作品集『ボズのスケッチ集(Sketches by Boz)』から世にでる。英国の国民作家とも評されていて、1992年から2003年まで用いられた10UKポンド紙幣には彼の肖像画が描かれている。英語圏では、彼の本、そして彼によって創造された登場人物が、根強い人気を持って親しまれている。『オリバー・ツイスト』『クリスマス・キャロル』『デイヴィッド・コパフィールド』『二都物語』『大いなる遺産』などは、忘れ去られるこのことなく現在でも度々映画化されており、英語圏外でもその作品が支持され続けていることを反映している。
  • Ча́рльз Джон Ха́ффем Ди́ккенс (Charles John Huffam Dickens; 7 февраля 1812 года, Портсмут, Англия — 9 июня 1870 года, Хайэм (англ.)русск., Англия) — английский писатель, романист и очеркист. Самый популярный англоязычный писатель при жизни, он и в наше время имеет репутацию классика мировой литературы, одного из крупнейших прозаиков XIX века. Творчество Диккенса относят к вершинам реализма, но в его романах отразились и сентиментальное, и сказочное начало. Самые знаменитые романы Диккенса (печатались отдельными выпусками с продолжением): «Посмертные записки Пиквикского клуба», «Оливер Твист», «Дэвид Копперфильд», «Большие надежды», «Повесть о двух городах».
  • 찰스 존 허펌 디킨스(Charles John Huffam Dickens, 1812년 2월 7일 - 1870년 6월 9일)는 빅토리아 시대에 활동한 영국 소설가이다. 화가 시모어의 만화를 위해 쓰기 시작한 희곡 소설 《픽위크 클럽》을 분책(分冊)으로 출판하여 일약 유명해졌다. 그는 특히 가난한 사람에 대한 깊은 동정을 보이고, 사회의 악습에 반격을 가하면서, 사회에 대한 실제의 일들의 묘사를 이야기 형식으로 완성했다. 후기 소설에는 초기의 넘치는 풍자는 약해졌으나, 구성의 치밀함과 사회 비평의 심화는 주목할 만하다. 그의 작품으로 자전적 요소가 짙은 《데이비드 코퍼필드》 《위대한 유산》 등을 비롯 《올리버 트위스트》 《크리스마스 캐럴》 《두 도시의 이야기》 등이 있다.
  • Charles John Huffan Dickens FRSA (Landport, Portsmouth, Anglaterra, 7 de febrer de 1812 – Gadshill Place, 9 de juny de 1870) és un dels escriptors britànics més coneguts, amb múltiples adaptacions al cinema de les seves obres i referències en la cultura popular. Durant la seva carrera Dickens va escriure moltes novel·les que van ser molt populars i van desplegar la seva rica imaginació i la seva genial ironia. Ara és tractat com un dels novel·listes més grans de l'era victoriana i les seves obres són documents importants per conèixer la vida d'aquella època.Els crítics han celebrat la seva mestria en la prosa, la seva capacitat d'inventar caràcters memorables i el seu poder de sensibilització socials. Tot i això, tot sovint ha rebut crítiques per l'excés de sentimentalisme, els esdeveniments improbables i els seus caràcters grotescos.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (/ˈtʃɑrlz ˈdɪkɪnz/; 7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870) was an English writer and social critic. He created some of the world's most memorable fictional characters and is generally regarded as the greatest novelist of the Victorian period. During his life, his works enjoyed unprecedented fame, and by the twentieth century his literary genius was broadly acknowledged by critics and scholars. His novels and short stories continue to be widely popular.Born in Portsmouth, England, Dickens was forced to leave school to work in a factory when his father was thrown into debtors' prison. Although he had little formal education, his early impoverishment drove him to succeed. Over his career he edited a weekly journal for 20 years, wrote 15 novels, five novellas and hundreds of short stories and non-fiction articles, lectured and performed extensively, was an indefatigable letter writer, and campaigned vigorously for children's rights, education, and other social reforms.Dickens sprang to fame with the 1836 serial publication of The Pickwick Papers. Within a few years he had become an international literary celebrity, famous for his humour, satire, and keen observation of character and society. His novels, most published in monthly or weekly instalments, pioneered the serial publication of narrative fiction, which became the dominant Victorian mode for novel publication. The instalment format allowed Dickens to evaluate his audience's reaction, and he often modified his plot and character development based on such feedback. For example, when his wife's chiropodist expressed distress at the way Miss Mowcher in David Copperfield seemed to reflect her disabilities, Dickens went on to improve the character with positive features. His plots were carefully constructed, and Dickens often wove in elements from topical events into his narratives. Masses of the illiterate poor chipped in ha'pennies to have each new monthly episode read to them, opening up and inspiring a new class of readers.Dickens was regarded as the literary colossus of his age. His 1843 novella, A Christmas Carol, is one of the most influential works ever written, and it remains popular and continues to inspire adaptations in every artistic genre. Set in London and Paris, his 1859 novel, A Tale of Two Cities, is the best selling novel of all time. His creative genius has been praised by fellow writers—from Leo Tolstoy to George Orwell and G. K. Chesterton—for its realism, comedy, prose style, unique characterisations, and social criticism. On the other hand Oscar Wilde, Henry James and Virginia Woolf complained of a lack of psychological depth, loose writing, and a vein of saccharine sentimentalism. The term Dickensian is used to describe something that is reminiscent of Dickens and his writings, such as poor social conditions or comically repulsive characters.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens, FRSA (als Pseudonym auch Boz; * 7. Februar 1812 in Landport bei Portsmouth, England; † 9. Juni 1870 auf Gad's Hill Place bei Rochester, England) war ein englischer Schriftsteller. Zu seinen bekanntesten Werken gehören Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, Eine Geschichte aus zwei Städten, Große Erwartungen sowie Eine Weihnachtsgeschichte.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (Landport bij Portsmouth, 7 februari 1812 – Gad's Hill Place in Rochester (Kent), 9 juni 1870) was één van de belangrijkste Engelse schrijvers tijdens het Victoriaans tijdperk en de eerste literaire chroniqueur van de grootstad middenin de industriële revolutie. Tot na de Eerste Wereldoorlog bleef hij Engelands populairste schrijver. Hij verwierf bekendheid met The Pickwick Papers (The posthumous papers of the Pickwick Club) dat vanaf 1836 maandelijks verscheen. Daarna verschenen Oliver Twist in het door hem geredigeerde tijdschrift Bentley's Miscellany in 1837-1838, Nicholas Nickleby in 1838-1839, The Old Curiosity Shop en Barnaby Rudge beiden in 1841. Zijn beroemdste romans zijn David Copperfield (1849-1850, deels autobiografisch), Great Expectations (1860-1861), Oliver Twist, Nicholas Nickleby en A Christmas Carol (boek) (1843) . A tale of two cities staat met 200 miljoen exemplaren op nummer zeven van 's werelds meest verkochte boeken. Kenmerkend voor zijn verhalen zijn de sociale misstanden, de verhaalopbouw, de cartooneske karakters en de humor.
  • Karol Dickens, właściwie Charles John Huffam Dickens, pseudonim Boz (ur. 7 lutego1812 w Landport koło Portsmouth, zm. 9 czerwca 1870 w Gadshill koło Rochester w hrabstwie Kent) – angielski powieściopisarz. Uznawany za najwybitniejszego przedstawiciela powieści społeczno-obyczajowej w drugiej połowie XIX w. w Anglii.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (/ˈtʃɑrlz ˈdɪkɪnz/; 7 Şubat 1812 – 9 Haziran 1870) İngiliz yazar ve toplumsal eleleştirmen. En unutulmaz kurgusal karakterlerden bazılarını yaratmasının yanında Victoria devrinin en iyi romancısı olarak kabul edilir. Yaşadığı sürede eserleri benzeri görülmemiş bir üne sahip oldu ve yirminci yüzyılda edebi dehası eleştirmenler ve ilgili kişiler tarafından kabul gördü. Romanları ve kısa öyküleri dünya çağında tanınmaya devam ediyor.İngiltere'nin Portsmouth şehrinde doğan Dickens babasının borçları yüzünden hapisaneye düşmesi sonrasında fabrikada çalışabilmek için okuldan ayrıldı. Düzgün bir eğitim almamış olsa da erkenden yoksullaşması ona başarıya giden yolda yardım etti. Kariyeri boyunca 20 yıllık bir süre içerisinde haftalık olarak çıkan bir gazeteyi yönetti, 15 roman, 5 uzun öykü, yüzlerce kısa öykü ve kurgu dışı makale yayınlayıp yorulmak nedir bilmeden çalıştı ve çocuk hakları, eğitim ve diğer toplumsal konularda yenilikler için mücadele verdi.1836'da yayınlanan The Pickwick Papers romanı ile şöhrete kavuştu. Birkaç yıl içerisinde uluslararası tanınan bir edebiyatçı oldu, kişilik ve toplum üzerine mizahi, satirik ve keskin gözlemleri ile ünlü oldu. Romanlarının çoğunlukla haftalık ya da aylık yayınlar şeklinde çıkması Viktorya döneminde en yaygın basım şekli olan dizi yayınlara öncülük etti. Dizi olarak çıkan eserler Dickens'a okuyucuların tepkisini iyi değerlendirme fırsatı verdi ve o da sık sık konuları ve karakterlerin gelişimini aldığı yorumlara göre şekillendirdi. Örneğin eşinin pedikürcüsünün David Copperfield'taki Bayan Mowcher'ın kusurlarının fazla ön planda olduğu konusundaki ifadelerinden sonra karakterin iyi özelliklerini geliştirdi. Görünüşe göre Oliver Twist'teki Fagin için ünlü suçlu Ikey Solomon'dan esinlenmişti. Leigh Hunt'tan ilham alarak yarattığı Bleak House''taki Bay Skimpole karakterinin kitabın bölümlerini takip eden arkadaşlarının tavsiyesiyle geliştirdi. Aynı romandaki Lawrence Boythorne ve kilise görevlisi Mooney için de gerçek hayattan kişilerden örnek almıştı. Boythorne için Walter Savage Landor'dan ve Mooney için de Salisbury Square'deki Looney isimli kilise görevlisinden esinlenmişti. Konularını özenle oluştururdu ve hikayelerine sıklıkla güncel olaylardan unsurları serpiştirirdi. Dickens kendi çağının en önemli edebiyatçılardan biri olarak görülür. 1843 tarihli romanı A Christmas Carol yazılan en etkili eserlerden biridir. Her zaman popüler kalmıştır ve hala her sanat tarzında uyarlanmaya devam ediyor. Gerçekçiliği, mizahı, yazım şekli, benzersiz karakterleri ve toplumsal eleştirileri sayesinde yaratıcı dehası Leo Tolstoy'tan G. K. Chesterton ve George Orwell'a kadar pek çok yazar tarafından övülmüştür. Fakat Oscar Wilde, Henry James ve Virginia Woolf ise psikolojik derinlik eksikliği, gevşek yazım tarzı, duygusal mizacından şikayet etmişlerdir.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (lahir di Landport, Portsmouth, Hampshire, Inggris, 7 Februari 1812 – meninggal di Tempat Bukit Gad, Higham, Kent, Inggris, 9 Juni 1870 pada umur 58 tahun) adalah seorang penulis roman atau novel ternama dari Inggris dari masa pemerintahan Ratu Victoria dari Britania Raya. Dickens bahkan sampai sekarang masih populer dan semua bukunya masih bisa dibeli. Banyak dari buku-buku juga sudah dibuat menjadi film. Sepanjang kariernya Dickens mencapai popularitas mendunia, mendapatkan reputasi untuk cara menulis cerita yang sangat baik dan untuk tokoh-tokoh ceritanya. Ia dianggap sebagai salah satu penulis Inggris yang paling penting. Dia adalah novelis yang paling terkenal dan terbaik di era Victorian dan juga seseorang yang aktif melakukan perkerjaan sosial.Kepopularitasan novel-novel dan cerita-cerita pendek selama masa hidupnya sampai hari ini bisa terbukti dari fakta bahwa penerbitnya tidak pernah kehabisan semua itu. Semasa hidupnya, Dickens menulis novel dengan beberapa serial, sebuah teknik yang umum dipakai untuk menulis fiksi pada waktu itu. Setiap bagian dari cerita yang ditulis Dickens sangat diharap-harapkan oleh publik yang membaca ceritanya.
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  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (prononcé [ˈtʃɑrlz ˈdɪ.kɪnz ]), né à Landport, près de Portsmouth, dans le Hampshire, le 7 février 1812 et mort à Gad's Hill Place, Higham, Kent, le 9 juin 1870 (à 58 ans), est considéré comme le plus grand romancier de l'époque victorienne.
  • Charles Dickens (7. února 1812, Portsmouth – 9. června 1870, Gadshill) byl anglický spisovatel. Je považován za jednoho z největších romanopisců 19. století.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens, ( /ˈtʃɑrlz ˈdɪkɪnz/) (Portsmouth, 7 febbraio 1812 – Gadshill, 9 giugno 1870), è stato uno scrittore, giornalista e reporter di viaggio britannico.Noto tanto per le sue prove umoristiche (Il circolo Pickwick), quanto per i suoi romanzi sociali (Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, Tempi difficili, Canto di Natale), è considerato uno dei più importanti romanzieri di tutti i tempi, nonché uno dei più popolari.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (Portsmouth, 1812. február 7. – Higham, 1870. június 9.) angol író. Egyesek szerint a viktoriánus kor legnagyobb írója és az angol nyelv legkiválóbb művelője. Írásainak népszerűségét mutatja, hogy napjainkig minden műve folyamatosan kapható anyanyelvén.
  • チャールズ・ジョン・ハファム・ディケンズ(Charles John Huffam Dickens, 1812年2月7日 - 1870年6月9日)は、ヴィクトリア朝時代を代表するイギリスの小説家である。主に下層階級を主人公とし弱者の視点で社会を諷刺した作品を発表した。新聞記者を務めるかたわらに発表した作品集『ボズのスケッチ集(Sketches by Boz)』から世にでる。英国の国民作家とも評されていて、1992年から2003年まで用いられた10UKポンド紙幣には彼の肖像画が描かれている。英語圏では、彼の本、そして彼によって創造された登場人物が、根強い人気を持って親しまれている。『オリバー・ツイスト』『クリスマス・キャロル』『デイヴィッド・コパフィールド』『二都物語』『大いなる遺産』などは、忘れ去られるこのことなく現在でも度々映画化されており、英語圏外でもその作品が支持され続けていることを反映している。
  • 찰스 존 허펌 디킨스(Charles John Huffam Dickens, 1812년 2월 7일 - 1870년 6월 9일)는 빅토리아 시대에 활동한 영국 소설가이다. 화가 시모어의 만화를 위해 쓰기 시작한 희곡 소설 《픽위크 클럽》을 분책(分冊)으로 출판하여 일약 유명해졌다. 그는 특히 가난한 사람에 대한 깊은 동정을 보이고, 사회의 악습에 반격을 가하면서, 사회에 대한 실제의 일들의 묘사를 이야기 형식으로 완성했다. 후기 소설에는 초기의 넘치는 풍자는 약해졌으나, 구성의 치밀함과 사회 비평의 심화는 주목할 만하다. 그의 작품으로 자전적 요소가 짙은 《데이비드 코퍼필드》 《위대한 유산》 등을 비롯 《올리버 트위스트》 《크리스마스 캐럴》 《두 도시의 이야기》 등이 있다.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens, FRSA (als Pseudonym auch Boz; * 7. Februar 1812 in Landport bei Portsmouth, England; † 9. Juni 1870 auf Gad's Hill Place bei Rochester, England) war ein englischer Schriftsteller. Zu seinen bekanntesten Werken gehören Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, Eine Geschichte aus zwei Städten, Große Erwartungen sowie Eine Weihnachtsgeschichte.
  • Karol Dickens, właściwie Charles John Huffam Dickens, pseudonim Boz (ur. 7 lutego1812 w Landport koło Portsmouth, zm. 9 czerwca 1870 w Gadshill koło Rochester w hrabstwie Kent) – angielski powieściopisarz. Uznawany za najwybitniejszego przedstawiciela powieści społeczno-obyczajowej w drugiej połowie XIX w. w Anglii.
  • Чарлз Джон Хъфам Дикенс (на английски: Charles John Huffam Dickens) е английски писател, обикновено определян като най-значимия прозаик на Викторианската епоха.
  • Charles John Huffan Dickens FRSA (Landport, Portsmouth, Anglaterra, 7 de febrer de 1812 – Gadshill Place, 9 de juny de 1870) és un dels escriptors britànics més coneguts, amb múltiples adaptacions al cinema de les seves obres i referències en la cultura popular. Durant la seva carrera Dickens va escriure moltes novel·les que van ser molt populars i van desplegar la seva rica imaginació i la seva genial ironia.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (/ˈtʃɑrlz ˈdɪkɪnz/; 7 Şubat 1812 – 9 Haziran 1870) İngiliz yazar ve toplumsal eleleştirmen. En unutulmaz kurgusal karakterlerden bazılarını yaratmasının yanında Victoria devrinin en iyi romancısı olarak kabul edilir. Yaşadığı sürede eserleri benzeri görülmemiş bir üne sahip oldu ve yirminci yüzyılda edebi dehası eleştirmenler ve ilgili kişiler tarafından kabul gördü.
  • Ча́рльз Джон Ха́ффем Ди́ккенс (Charles John Huffam Dickens; 7 февраля 1812 года, Портсмут, Англия — 9 июня 1870 года, Хайэм (англ.)русск., Англия) — английский писатель, романист и очеркист. Самый популярный англоязычный писатель при жизни, он и в наше время имеет репутацию классика мировой литературы, одного из крупнейших прозаиков XIX века. Творчество Диккенса относят к вершинам реализма, но в его романах отразились и сентиментальное, и сказочное начало.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (lahir di Landport, Portsmouth, Hampshire, Inggris, 7 Februari 1812 – meninggal di Tempat Bukit Gad, Higham, Kent, Inggris, 9 Juni 1870 pada umur 58 tahun) adalah seorang penulis roman atau novel ternama dari Inggris dari masa pemerintahan Ratu Victoria dari Britania Raya. Dickens bahkan sampai sekarang masih populer dan semua bukunya masih bisa dibeli. Banyak dari buku-buku juga sudah dibuat menjadi film.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (/ˈtʃɑrlz ˈdɪkɪnz/; 7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870) was an English writer and social critic. He created some of the world's most memorable fictional characters and is generally regarded as the greatest novelist of the Victorian period. During his life, his works enjoyed unprecedented fame, and by the twentieth century his literary genius was broadly acknowledged by critics and scholars.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (Portsmouth, Hampshire, 1812ko otsailaren 7a – Gad's Hill Place, Higham, Kent, 1870eko ekainaren 9a), idazle ingeles ezaguna izan zen. Narrazioan maisu, umorez eta ironiaz kritika sozial zorrotzena egin zuen. Boz ezizena erabili zuen batzuetan. Bere lanen artean, azpimarratzekoak dira Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol ("Gabonetako kanta") eta David Copperfield eleberriak.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (Landport, Portsmouth, 7 de fevereiro de 1812 — Gravesham, Kent, 9 de junho de 1870) foi o mais popular dos romancistas ingleses da era vitoriana.. No início de sua atividade literária também adoptou o pseudónimo Boz. A fama dos seus romances e contos, tanto durante a sua vida como depois, até aos dias de hoje, só aumentou.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (Portsmouth, Inglaterra, 7 de febrero de 1812 – Gads Hill Place, Inglaterra, 9 de junio de 1870) fue un famoso novelista inglés, uno de los más conocidos de la literatura universal, y el principal de la era victoriana. Fue maestro del género narrativo, al que imprimió ciertas dosis de humor e ironía, practicando a la vez una aguda crítica social. En su obra destacan las descripciones de gente y lugares, tanto reales como imaginarios.
  • Charles John Huffam Dickens (Landport bij Portsmouth, 7 februari 1812 – Gad's Hill Place in Rochester (Kent), 9 juni 1870) was één van de belangrijkste Engelse schrijvers tijdens het Victoriaans tijdperk en de eerste literaire chroniqueur van de grootstad middenin de industriële revolutie. Tot na de Eerste Wereldoorlog bleef hij Engelands populairste schrijver. Hij verwierf bekendheid met The Pickwick Papers (The posthumous papers of the Pickwick Club) dat vanaf 1836 maandelijks verscheen.
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