Charles Dickens

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Charles Dickens
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Moted: Charles John Huffam Dickens
7 febul 1812, 1812
Landport[*]
Deadam: 9 yunul 1870
Gads Hill Place[*]
Deadamakod: cerebral hemorrhage[*]
Cal(s): lautan[*], novelist[*], higasediman[*], social critic[*], playwright[*], hilautan[*], children's writer[*]
Tatät(s): Regän Pebalöl, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland[*]
Matan(s): Catherine Dickens[*]
Cil(s): Charles Dickens, Jr.[*], Kate Perugini[*], Walter Landor Dickens[*], Francis Dickens[*], Alfred D'Orsay Tennyson Dickens[*], Sydney Smith Haldimand Dickens[*], Henry Fielding Dickens[*], Dora Annie Dickens[*], Edward Dickens[*], Mary Dickens[*], Lieut. Walter Savage Landor Dickens[*], Lieut. Sydney Smith Haldimand Dickens[*]
Pal(s): John Dickens[*], Elizabeth Dickens[*]
Gem(s): Frederick Dickens[*], Alfred Lamert Dickens[*], Augustus Dickens[*]
Dispenäd:
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Hiel Charles John Huffam Dickens ([ˈtʃɑrlz ˈdɪkɪnz]; 1812 febul 7 - 1870 yunul 9), näinem: „Baz“, äbinom lekonedilautan Linglänik veütikün timäda jirega: Victoria, äsi komipan nämöfik gönü säkäds sogädik. Palecedom balan lautanas gretikün Linglänapüka e pästunidom sekü laut liegik oma e pösods memabik fa om päjaföls. Ya dü lifüp okik ädageton sevädi e popedi gretikis.

Krütans posik, vü kels balidans äbinoms hiels George Gissing e G. K. Chesterton, äpenoms dö prosadibemastam omik, dö senäl sogädik nämöfik oma e dö jafam nenfinik pösodas memabik, ab lautans votik soäs hiel George Henry Lewes, hiel Henry James e jiel Virginia Woolf kusadons omi tefü dasenäl tuvemik, nekredab jenotas anik e pösods anik labü patöfs tuvemik. [1]

Sekü poped lekonedas e konotas ela Dickens, vobots omik papübons ai dönu. El Dickens äpenom lekonedis näijenotik: fomam kösömik ün tim okik, e dil nulik anik lekonedas oma pästebedon nesufädiko fa reidanef.

Literat[redakönredakön fonäti]

  1. Henry James, "Our Mutual Friend", The Nation, 1865 dekul 21 - revid taik