Charles Dickenson

Charles Dickenson
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  • Father WHY?
  • John! Where are you going with the money!
  • Sorry Charles, your FATHER is such a bad influence! Please help me and do what is told!!!
  • HERE IS YOUR 6 shillings FOR THIS WEEK!!!!
  • Just continue to work, just continue....
  • Charles Dickens was the second of the eight children to be born on February 7,1812. His family constantly moved to houses to houses because of his father's job. Charles Dickens got formal basic education but because of his father, misfortune has struck. 
  • Since I am in school again, what about other little kids working in factories... What can I do to make a difference?
  • His father was very irresponsible with the shillings being spent. He spent outstanding shillings than the salary he made. Unfortunately, they had to send Charles Dickens to work for a factory that contains labeling jars and shiny shoes. Dickens felt gloomy that he was only 12 years old and working for his family because of his father's horrible choice.
  • We NEED poor children to get their education in a better environment!
  • NO SIR GET OUT OF HERE!!!
  • Charles Dickens worked 10 hours a day at Warren's boot-blacking factory. He labeled many jars with shoe polish. He only got paid 6 shillings a hour and with a total of 26 shillings he can save his family's debt. He felt devastated and scared.
  • AWWW NO MORE COPIES!!
  • AMAZING BOOK JUST TOOK THE LAST COPY!!!
  • A  Christmas Carol By  Charles Dickens
  • After 3 months, his father bailed out his family and Charles Dickens from the factory. His father called himself an "insolvent debtor". Charles Dickens was able to go to a private school to get his education which he exceed very well. 
  • Dickens was very interested in social reform. He always knew that there was no laws for protecting children from working for their family's finances. Dickens was very confident to save many little lives to become more than anything. In 1843, he went to a "Ragged School" which was horrible because children there was poorly treated. He talked to several institutions
  • As his recent visit, he got inspired to write a book called "A Christmas Carol". He wrote this book for 6 weeks straight. His book "A Christmas Carol" was a big deal on the first day of its publication. With beautiful packaging and the new smell of the book was very expensive, but 6,000 books were sold out. Many feedback were positive about his book.
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