10 Best Books by Charles Dickens: Charles John Huffam Dickens, better known as Charles Dickens, is an author from the Victorian Era.
This novel was published in three different parts between 1838. It was also released in series between 1837 to 1889 in the magazine, Bentley’s Miscellany.
A Tale of Two Cities is a historical fiction novel by Charles Dickens set before and during the French Revolution.
The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club or The Pickwick Papers was Charles Dickens’ very first novel.
A Christmas Carol is still one of Charles Dickens’s most popular books to date. The book was initially entitled In Prose.
The Old Curiosity Shop was a very popular book at the time of its release because as the shipment of the printed books arrived in New York
Bleak House was published as a series between 1852 and September 1853. The book is narrated by the character Esther Summerson at times
Great Expectations is a bildungsroman novel about a boy named Philip Pirip, also known as Pip. It was Charles Dickens’ thirteenth novel out of the fifteen he wrote.
David Copperfield was originally published as The Personal History, Adventures, Experience, and Observation of David Copperfield.
Hard Times: For These Times, or just Hard Times was Charles Dickens’s tenth novel. The book was published in 1854 and tells the story of Thomas Gradgrind.
Our Mutual Friend is the very last completed and published novel by Charles Dickens. It is said to be filled with satirical remarks about the economic class differences.