Person record: DICKENS, Charles  (1812-1870)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameCharles John Huffam DICKENS
Gendermale
Relevance of this personnovelist and journalist; author of short stories and lyricist of songs used with slide sets 
Main period of activityN/A
ChronologyDateAgeEvent/activity
7 February 1812born atPortsmouth, Hampshire, England
9 June 187058died atHigham, Kent, England
Slide images showing this person Introduction -- unnumbered slide from <em>Gabriel Grub, a Christmas story: or, the sexton who was stolen by goblins</em> (story: York & Son, 17-19 slides, <em>c.</em>1875) Charles Dickens -- unnumbered slide from <em>[Phelps Collection: miscellaneous slides awaiting identification]</em> (set type unknown: maker unknown, at least 79 slides, n.d.)
Texts linked to this personCompilations (2)

Charles Dickens, Readings from Charles Dickens (n.d.)

Charles Dickens, Readings from Dickens (London: York & Son, n.d.)


Poems (1)

William Makepeace Thackeray and Charles Dickens, The loving ballad of Lord Bateman in several compilations


Services of song (2)

Charles Dickens (arr. Sydney Watson), A Christmas carol: arranged as a service of song (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

Charles Dickens and F.H. Truslove, The cricket on the hearth (London: W. Nicholson & Sons and S.J. Shaylor, n.d.)


Songs (1)

Charles Dickens and Henry Russell, The ivy green in several compilations


Stories (26)

Charles Dickens, The Bloomsbury christening in Readings from Dickens

Charles Dickens, Bob Sawyer's party in Readings from Dickens

Charles Dickens, Boots at the Holly-tree Inn in Readings from Dickens

Charles Dickens, Bumble's courtship (n.d.)

Charles Dickens, Christmas carol in several compilations

Charles Dickens, A Christmas carol in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)

Charles Dickens, Copperfield and the waiter (n.d.)

Charles Dickens, The cricket on the hearth (n.d.)

Charles Dickens, The death of Paul Dombey (n.d.)

Charles Dickens, Do-the-boys Hall in Readings from Dickens

Charles Dickens, The drunkard's death in several compilations

Charles Dickens, The Eatanswill election (n.d.)

Charles Dickens, Gabriel Grub: or, the goblins who stole the sexton in Descriptive readings and lectures 1

Charles Dickens, Gabriel Grub: or, the story of the goblins who stole a sexton (London: York & Son, n.d.)

Charles Dickens and Robert Scott, Goblin chimes in Scott's notes by the way

Charles Dickens and Robert Scott, Goblin chimes (London: York & Son, n.d.)

Charles Dickens, Horatio Sparkins (n.d.)

Charles Dickens, Een Kerstvertelling: [A Christmas carol] (Amsterdam: Centraal Projectie- en Lichtbeelden Instituut, n.d.)

Charles Dickens, Little Em'ly in Readings from Dickens

Charles Dickens and Ellis Reynolds, Marley's ghost: an adaptation of Dickens's 'Christmas carol' (London: York & Son, n.d.)

Charles Dickens, The Old Curiosity Shop: the wanderings and death of Little Nell and her grandfather (London: York & Son, n.d.)

Charles Dickens, The parish clerk (n.d.)

Charles Dickens, A precious couple on the road to Gretna Green (n.d.)

Charles Dickens, Shooting experiences in Readings from Dickens

Charles Dickens, Skating experiences in Readings from Dickens

Charles Dickens and R.K. Dent, A tale of two cities (n.d.)

Slide set references
(* = main subject of set)

  The Bloomsbury christening (story: York & Son, 12 slides, 1897)

  Bumble's courtship (story: York & Son, 12 slides, 1892)

* Charles Dickens' life and works (lecture: Newton & Co., 34 slides, n.d.)

  A Christmas carol (story: maker unknown, 9 slides, n.d.)

  A Christmas carol (story: Alfred Pumphrey, 12 slides, n.d.)

  A Christmas carol (story: maker unknown, 7 slides, n.d.)

  A Christmas carol (story: Newton & Co., 24-25 slides, n.d.)

  Copperfield and the waiter (story: York & Son, 6 slides, n.d.)

  Death of Paul Dombey (story: York & Son, 6 slides, 1893)

  Dickens' Christmas Carol (service of song: maker unknown, 20 slides, n.d.)

  Dickens' Christmas carol (story: maker unknown, 9 slides, n.d.)

  Dickens' Christmas carol (story: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, n.d.)

  Dickens' character sketches (miscellaneous: York & Son, 19 slides, n.d.)

  Dotheboys Hall (story: York & Son, 12 slides, 1893)

  Gabriel Grub (story: Newton & Co., 18 slides, n.d.)

  Gabriel Grub, a Christmas story: or, the sexton who was stolen by goblins (story: York & Son, 17-19 slides, c.1875)

  Horatio Sparkins (story: York & Son, 10 slides, 1892)

  Marley's ghost: a Christmas carol (story: York & Son, 24 slides, 1884)

  Mr Pickwick interviews Mrs Bardell and engages a manservant (story: Newton & Co., 32 slides, n.d.)

  The Old Curiosity Shop (story: Newton & Co., 24 slides, n.d.)

  The Old Curiosity Shop: or the story of Little Nell (story: maker unknown, 8 slides, n.d.)

  The Old Curiosity Shop: the wanderings of Little Nell and her grandfather (story: York & Son, 24 slides, 1881)

  Sam Weller gives evidence at Mr Pickwick's trial (story: Newton & Co., 4 slides, n.d.)

  Scenes from Pickwick, etc. (story: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, n.d.)

  What are the wild waves saying? (song: Bamforth & Co., 12 slides, 1898)

  The chimes: goblin chimes (story: York & Son, 24 slides, n.d.)

* The city of Rochester: and its associations with the life of Charles Dickens (lecture: G.W. Wilson, 23 slides, n.d.)

  The cricket on the hearth: or, the household fairy (story: York & Son, 24 slides, 1890)

  The drunkard's death (story: York & Son, 10 slides, 1890)

  The parish clerk (story: York & Son, 12 slides, 1891)

References
(* = main subject)

Charles Dickens, Christmas carol in several compilations

Charles Dickens, A Christmas carol in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)

Charles Dickens (arr. Sydney Watson), A Christmas carol: arranged as a service of song (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)

Dickens' Christmas carol in Readings in prose and verse

* Charles Dickens, Gabriel Grub: or, the goblins who stole the sexton in Descriptive readings and lectures 1

* Charles Dickens, Gabriel Grub: or, the story of the goblins who stole a sexton (London: York & Son, n.d.)

Charles Dickens, Een Kerstvertelling: [A Christmas carol] (Amsterdam: Centraal Projectie- en Lichtbeelden Instituut, n.d.)

Marley's ghost: an adaptation of Dickens' 'Christmas carol' (n.d.)

Charles Dickens and Ellis Reynolds, Marley's ghost: an adaptation of Dickens's 'Christmas carol' (London: York & Son, n.d.)

* Charles Dickens, Readings from Dickens (London: York & Son, n.d.)

Joseph E. Carpenter and Stephen Glover, What are the wild waves saying? in several compilations

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