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Charles Dickens was born on February 7, 1812, and died in 1870; Dickens was the most influential and popular English novelist, of the Victorian age. He's even considered the most popular novelist in 21st century. During Dickens life, he became well known globally for his outstanding characters, his command of prose in telling their lifestyles, and his portrayal of the social groups. Some people thought of Dickens as the spokesman of the bad, as he represented the awareness of the troubles. For the first nine decades of Dickens's lifetime, he was residing in the coastal areas of Kent, however when Dickens was twelve his family moved to London. He dwelt with his mom, father and his seven brothers and sisters. His father, John Dickens was a pleasant man, but was very incompetent with money, and had huge debt throughout his life. As a result of this, John Dickens was arrested and sent to debtors' prison. Dickens's mother delivered his brothers and sisters with their dad, and organized that Charles should live beyond the prison and work with other kids. Dickens discovered the job miserable and thought that he was too great for it ; he also horribly missed his family. After Dickens's father was released from prison, Dickens returned to college. Then he became a law clerk, then a court reporter, and then eventually a hugely successful novelist. It could be seen through Dickens's highly successful novel wonderful Expectations, that his early life events are mirrored into the publication. Firstly the reader can associate to Dickens's early experiences, since the novel's protagonist Pip, resides in the marsh country, and despises his job. Pip also considers himself, to be too good for his.