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Dickens
What was Dickens's childhood years like?
Dickens's serial publishing
Criticism and inspiration
Dickens's style
Dickens's childhood was a very hard time. His father went to…
Dickens's novels are long, complex narratives. They all initi…
Dickens's plots have been sometimes criticised for their lack…
Several different literary styles meet and mix in Dickens. Th…
What was Dickens's childhood years like?
Dickens's childhood was a very hard time. His father went to…
Dickens's serial publishing
Dickens's novels are long, complex narratives. They all initi…
27 terms
Dickens
Life
Portrail
Issues
Crystal Palace
1812-1870
The hearty and genial, Coarser and crueler
Prison, the poor, education and welfare of children
Convention center
Life
1812-1870
Portrail
The hearty and genial, Coarser and crueler
Dickens
solemnised
covetous
entreaty
palpable
honor or worship, particularly of the dead
jealous, greedily wanting what others have
appeal or plea, earnest/urgent request
able to be touched or felt
solemnised
honor or worship, particularly of the dead
covetous
jealous, greedily wanting what others have
10 terms
dickens
commiserate
eppicurean
exact
fervent
share grief
critique
compel
love
commiserate
share grief
eppicurean
critique
Dickens
blithe
flaunting
odious
plunder
cheerful
showing off
hateful
rob or take by mistake
blithe
cheerful
flaunting
showing off
15 terms
Dickens
Executor
Implore
Mourn
Covetous
A person or institution appointed but a person to carry out t…
You make very serious or emotional request
Show deep sorrow or regret
Having or showing great desire
Executor
A person or institution appointed but a person to carry out t…
Implore
You make very serious or emotional request
Dickens
Allegory
Alliteration
Analogy
Argument
A short moral story
Use of the same consonant at the beginning of each word
Drawing a comparison in order to show a similarity
A dispute where there are strong disagreement
Allegory
A short moral story
Alliteration
Use of the same consonant at the beginning of each word
27 terms
Dickens
Inimitable
Thwarted
Flamboyant
Urchin
So good or usual to impossible to copy; unique
Prevent (someone) from accomplish something
Tending to attract attention
Mischievous young child, specially who is poorly
Inimitable
So good or usual to impossible to copy; unique
Thwarted
Prevent (someone) from accomplish something
20 terms
Dickens
benevolent
bestow
condensation
congenial
showing or motivated my sympathy and generosity and understan…
give as a gift
the trait of displaying arrogance by patronizing those consid…
suitable to your needs;kind
benevolent
showing or motivated my sympathy and generosity and understan…
bestow
give as a gift
17 terms
dickens
explicit
ravenously
divine
larceny
definite
very hungry
to guess
theft
explicit
definite
ravenously
very hungry
dickens
monotonous
deficient
obstinant
adversary
Continuing in an unchanging tone; wearying
Lacking
stubborn.
An enemy, opponent
monotonous
Continuing in an unchanging tone; wearying
deficient
Lacking
Dickens
What does John Dickens do?
Charles Dickens is the 2nd of...
Where did John Dickens end up for debt?
Where did C work at the time he was se…
He's a minor clerk in the navy
8 children
Marshalsea Prison
A ramshackle warehouse
What does John Dickens do?
He's a minor clerk in the navy
Charles Dickens is the 2nd of...
8 children
Dickens
Who
When
Why
Why
Victorian writer
1812-1870
Great expectations
Coming of age story
Who
Victorian writer
When
1812-1870
14 terms
Dickens
Dickens birthdate and location
What was his father's profession?
What happened to his father?
What did Dickens do to help his family?
Portsmouth, England, 1812
Navy
Thrown into debtors' prison
Worked under miserable conditions in a shoe-polish factory
Dickens birthdate and location
Portsmouth, England, 1812
What was his father's profession?
Navy
44 terms
Dickens
Charles Dickens born & died
British _____
One of the most ____ and prophetic wri…
One of __ children
1812-1870
Novelist
Popular
8
Charles Dickens born & died
1812-1870
British _____
Novelist
13 terms
Dickens
Life span
Date of birth/place
# of how many siblings
John dickens
1812 - 1870
Feb 7 1812/ porthsmouth
2/8
Marshalsea prison for debt, took wife & young kids
Life span
1812 - 1870
Date of birth/place
Feb 7 1812/ porthsmouth
26 terms
Dickens
destiny
strange
weak
nervously
végzet, sors, rendeltetés
különös, furcsa
gyenge, gyönge
idegesen
destiny
végzet, sors, rendeltetés
strange
különös, furcsa
65 terms
Dickens
oblivion
scarf
cloak
toll
état d'oubli
foulard
houppelande
sonner
oblivion
état d'oubli
scarf
foulard
25 terms
Dickens!
Credulity
Larceny
Interlocutor
Accoucher
Tendency to be ready to believe that something is real or true
Theft of personal property
A person who takes part in dialogue or conversation
A male midwife
Credulity
Tendency to be ready to believe that something is real or true
Larceny
Theft of personal property
23 terms
Dickens Characters
Great Expectations
Great Expectations
Oliver Twist
Oliver Twist
Pip, Miss Havisham
Abel Magwitch, Joe Gargery, Mr. Jaggers, Estella
The Artful Dodger, Fagin, Mr. Brownlow
Jack Dawkins, Charlie Bates, Bill Sikes
Great Expectations
Pip, Miss Havisham
Great Expectations
Abel Magwitch, Joe Gargery, Mr. Jaggers, Estella
Charles Dickens
superstitious(adj)
meticulous (adj)
labels(n)
required (v)
believe in doing certain things bring good/bad luck
particular/want things done in a certain way
a piece of paper or fabric that gives information
have to do or must have
superstitious(adj)
believe in doing certain things bring good/bad luck
meticulous (adj)
particular/want things done in a certain way
30 terms
Dickens Vocabulary
apparition
benevolence
boisterous
corroborate
appearance of a ghost
showing kindness or goodwill
full of noisy enthusiasm
to go along with
apparition
appearance of a ghost
benevolence
showing kindness or goodwill
10 terms
Dickens Vocabulary
Debt
Shillings
Parliament
Rejection
an obligation to pay or do something
A form of currency from Britain/ 0.98 for a dollar
Britain's law-making assembly
not being accepted
Debt
an obligation to pay or do something
Shillings
A form of currency from Britain/ 0.98 for a dollar
6 terms
Dickens Vocabulary
solitary
ominous
facetious
voracious
being, traveling, or living without others; alone
giving a sign of future evil or trouble
not serious; humorous
having a great or constant desire for a particular activity o…
solitary
being, traveling, or living without others; alone
ominous
giving a sign of future evil or trouble
14 terms
Charles Dickens
Work Houses
Debtors' Prisons
Aristocracy
Poor Laws
Places for the poor to work; very harsh living conditions
Harsh prisons debtors went; able to pay back debts
Highest class in Victorian England
Laws that created work houses and other work places for the p…
Work Houses
Places for the poor to work; very harsh living conditions
Debtors' Prisons
Harsh prisons debtors went; able to pay back debts
Charles Dickens
feburary 7, 1812
June 9, 1870
portsea, England
his father was thrown into debtors pri…
what year was dickens born?
what year did Charles dickens die?
where was dickens childhood home?
what happened when dickens turned 12?
feburary 7, 1812
what year was dickens born?
June 9, 1870
what year did Charles dickens die?
29 terms
Charles dickens
Born in ______, _____, _________ __, ___
Father, ____, worked at ____ ___ _____
Family moved to _____ in 1815
Dicken's nurse, _____ _______, often t…
Portsmouth, England, February 7, 1812
John, Navy Pay Office
London
Maria Weller
Born in ______, _____, _________ __, ___
Portsmouth, England, February 7, 1812
Father, ____, worked at ____ ___ _____
John, Navy Pay Office
28 terms
Charles Dickens
most studied writer and made money whi…
Portsmouth, England 1812
Chatham
debtors prison
What is Dickens claim to fame and what was unique about him?
where and when was he born?
Favorite city he lived in?
Where did Charles whole family go besides him?
most studied writer and made money whi…
What is Dickens claim to fame and what was unique about him?
Portsmouth, England 1812
where and when was he born?
14 terms
Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens
Boz
Pickwick Papers
Works
-1812-1870... -Born at Portsea near Portsmouth, England... -Left sc…
-In his free time, he began to write short fictional characte…
-Weeks after Sketches by Boz was issued, first monthly instal…
-Sketches by Boz... -The Pickwick Papers... -Oliver Twist... -A Christ…
Charles Dickens
-1812-1870... -Born at Portsea near Portsmouth, England... -Left sc…
Boz
-In his free time, he began to write short fictional characte…
13 terms
Charles Dickens
1812
southern coast of England
They were put in debtors prison becaus…
London Factory
when was he born
where did he spend the first nine years of his life?
what happened to Dickens and his family in 1824?
Where did Dickens work when he was 9
1812
when was he born
southern coast of England
where did he spend the first nine years of his life?
10 terms
Dickens Vocabulary
Debt
Shillings
Parliament
Rejection
an obligation to pay or do something
A form of currency from Britain/ 0.98 for a dollar
Britain's law-making assembly
not being accepted
Debt
an obligation to pay or do something
Shillings
A form of currency from Britain/ 0.98 for a dollar
29 terms
Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens dropped out of school…
Charles Dickens died of _ at the age o…
Charles Dickens wrote during the _ Era.
England was in the midst of the _ Revo…
he had to work because his father was in jail and his family…
Heart attack, 58
Victorian
Industrial
Charles Dickens dropped out of school…
he had to work because his father was in jail and his family…
Charles Dickens died of _ at the age o…
Heart attack, 58
6 terms
Dickens Stevenson
Coketown
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Dickens
London
A town full of facts
Theme of the double
Children and adults
A town full of symbols
Coketown
A town full of facts
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Theme of the double
15 terms
Charles Dickens
England
writer
poor neighborhood
debt
country Dickens is from
Dickens' profession
where Dickens lived when he was young
when you spend money you don't have
England
country Dickens is from
writer
Dickens' profession
19 terms
Charles Dickens
to be born
warehouse
imagination
enjoy
to be born
warehouse
Dickens Vocab
benovlence
bestow
condescension
congenial
showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and genero…
give as a gift
the trait of displaying arrogance by patronizing those consid…
suitable to your needs; kind
benovlence
showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and genero…
bestow
give as a gift
13 terms
Charles Dickens
until
prison
changed
factory
...עד ש
בית כלא
השתנה
מפעל... בית חרושת
until
...עד ש
prison
בית כלא
Charles Dickens
Covet
Implore
Morose
Melancholy
to desire to own or have something
to beg a person to do something
in a gloomy or ill-tempered mood
a feeling of sadness, usually without any cause
Covet
to desire to own or have something
Implore
to beg a person to do something
43 terms
book Dickens
handling
brink
poverty
concerned
the act of taking or holding something in the hands.(driving)
an extreme edge of land before a steep or vertical slope (bor…
the state of being extremely poor.
worried-interested
handling
the act of taking or holding something in the hands.(driving)
brink
an extreme edge of land before a steep or vertical slope (bor…
Dickens words
Emerge
Welfare
Mortal
Solitude
Becomes visible
The health and happiness of a person or group
Human
Alone
Emerge
Becomes visible
Welfare
The health and happiness of a person or group
20 terms
Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens's whole name
Birthdate and place
blacking factory
debtor's prison
Charles John Huffam Dickens
February 7 ,1812 Portsmouth, England
a boot polish factory
a place where people in debt were sent
Charles Dickens's whole name
Charles John Huffam Dickens
Birthdate and place
February 7 ,1812 Portsmouth, England
15 terms
Dickens Terms
Victorian Period
Reform Bill of 1832
Revolutions of 1848
All the Year Round, 1859
1837-1901, Repression of emotions, desires, Fraudian psycholo…
Change to electoral system, didn't have to own property to vote
France, Russia, uprisings
Victorian periodical founded by Dickens
Victorian Period
1837-1901, Repression of emotions, desires, Fraudian psycholo…
Reform Bill of 1832
Change to electoral system, didn't have to own property to vote
DIckens lecture
Full name
Birthday
Family
Home life/ Early life
Charles John Huffman Dickens
Feb.7 1812 Portsmooth England
2nd of 8 children... Parents- John and Elizabeth... Just a little a…
1st 10 years were his happiest ... Dad spent more then they had…
Full name
Charles John Huffman Dickens
Birthday
Feb.7 1812 Portsmooth England
12 terms
Dickens 2
inter-
intercede
revel... (revels, revelry, revelers)
liberal
between
to interfere on behalf of someone in difficulty
to make merry, ... to party boisterously
generous; giving freely... [from Latin liber "free"]
inter-
between
intercede
to interfere on behalf of someone in difficulty
Dickens vocabulary
Abundance
Anonymous
Charitable
Currency
The quantity or amount of something
Not known
Relating to the assistance of those in need
A system of money in general use in a particular country
Abundance
The quantity or amount of something
Anonymous
Not known
20 terms
dickens vocab
benevolence
bestow
condescension
congenial
noun showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and g…
verb give as a gift
noun the trait of displaying arrogance by patronizing those c…
adjective suitable to your needs kind
benevolence
noun showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and g…
bestow
verb give as a gift
dickens vocabulary
benevolence
bestow
condescension
congenial
noun: showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and…
give as a gift
the trait of displaying arrogance by patronizing those consid…
suitable to your needs; kind
benevolence
noun: showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and…
bestow
give as a gift
Karla Dickens
metaphor
symbols
collage
ancestors
A comparison that establishes a figurative identity between o…
A thing that represents or stands for something else.
artistic composition of materials pasted over a surface
Family members from past generations
metaphor
A comparison that establishes a figurative identity between o…
symbols
A thing that represents or stands for something else.
Dickens Terms
Alliteration
Parallelism
Anaphora
Epistrophe
Repetition of consonant sounds
The use of identical grammatical constructions in correspondi…
The deliberate repetition of a word or phrase at the beginnin…
The deliberate repetition of a word or phrase at the end of s…
Alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds
Parallelism
The use of identical grammatical constructions in correspondi…
Dickens Flashcards
benevolent
bestow
condescension
congenial
showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and genero…
give as a gift
the trait of displaying arrogance by patronizing those consid…
suitable to your needs; kind
benevolent
showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and genero…
bestow
give as a gift
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