Writing Made Them Rich #2: Charles Dickens

Written by Michael Southon

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Books were being serialized in Newspapers and Magazines - those who couldn't afford to buy a book could read it in weekly installments. Dickens wrote and published most of his novels in this fashion - a chapter at a time.

Between 1837 and 1839, Dickens wrote three of his most famous novels Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist, and Nicholas Nickleby.

Inrepparttar first ten years of his writing career,repparttar 129546 manic part of Dickens' manic depression had given him an endless source of energy and inspiration, but now he began to succumb to depression.

Inrepparttar 129547 1840's he started to experience writer's block. He would spend days locked up in a room, unable to put words on paper. He wrote: "Men have been chained to hideous walls and other strange anchors but few have known such suffering and bitterness...as those who have been bound to Pens."

Dickens was an extremely energetic man and a compulsive traveler. He traveledrepparttar 129548 length and breadth of England, Scotland and Wales and also made frequent trips to France and Italy. In 1842 he spent six months in America, where he was givenrepparttar 129549 kind of reception reserved for modern day rock stars.

In 1856 Dickens purchased a large residence in Kent,repparttar 129550 kind of house he had always dreamed of owning.

Although Dickens became wealthy, he never forgot his origins. Throughout his life he visitedrepparttar 129551 factories,repparttar 129552 slums,repparttar 129553 jails andrepparttar 129554 poor houses. Indeed, his novels were a social commentary onrepparttar 129555 appalling conditions of 19th century England. He was well known for his generosity and received requests for money wherever he went.

He is considered by many to have been a genius andrepparttar 129556 greatest English writer ofrepparttar 129557 19th century.

When Dickens died in June 1870, he left an estate valued at over $US6.5 million (2001 value).

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Written by Livvie Matthews

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