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Top 20 Charles Dickens Characters

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The greatest characters by the famous British author, according to me!

Rated 28 points - posted 8 years ago by ArtofWar11 in category Books.
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Ebenezer Scrooge Report Abuse
A man so incorrigibly grumpy and greedy that he refuses to enjoy Christmas. His story of redemption is one of the most popular ones in literature today, and he is lucky enough to have his name, Scrooge, turned into an actual word, which means a miserly person.
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So mean and grumpy but there was such a sudden change of temper
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Oliver Twist Report Abuse
A young orphan who ends up working with a gang of pickpockets. He is manipulated by those around him and by those who desire the inheritance which is to be rightfully his. He is eventually adopted and gets to live a happy life away from his past.
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He shouldn't even be in the same chart as M.Bainbridge he is crap compared and where is Iver Biggen?
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Philip "Pip" Pirrip Report Abuse
An orphan trained as a blacksmith who works to become a greater person and to rise above his lot in life.
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Bob Crachit Report Abuse
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Martin Bainbridge Report Abuse
because am cool i
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I thought he was great in the play with Iver Biggen
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Miss Havisham Report Abuse
A wealthy spinster who is both happy at the power that her wealth provides her and saddened by the fact that she was stood up at the altar. She is both manic and insane, as she wears a faded wedding dress and keeps a decayed meal lying on her table.
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Tiny Tim Report Abuse
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The Artful Dodger Report Abuse
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Bill Sykes Report Abuse
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Fagin Report Abuse
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Sidney Carton Report Abuse
He's a main character in "A Tale of Two Cities", one of his greatest novels.
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*Sydney
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David Copperfield Report Abuse
The main character of the book of the same name who was forced into harsh living conditions by his father's death and the man with whom his mother remarried. Despite all of this, the problems of his friends, and the death of his first wife, he eventually finds happiness.
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Estella Report Abuse
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Little Dorritt Report Abuse
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Joe Garrety Report Abuse
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Mr. Micawber Report Abuse
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Nicholas Nickleby Report Abuse
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Leah Murray Report Abuse
She is Brainy
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Uriah Heep Report Abuse
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Fezziwig Report Abuse
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Louisa Gradgrind Report Abuse
Daughter of Tom Gradgrind, and prisoner to her utilitarian upbringing, in which facts are all important, and imagination is frowned upon. Hard Times.
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Sissy Jupe Report Abuse
Daughter of a circus performer with an active imagination, and companion to Louisa Gradgrind. Hard Times.
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Stephen Blackpool Report Abuse
Honest and likeable character from Hard Times.
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Tom Gradgrind Report Abuse
Proponent of the utilitarian philosophy in Hard Times. "Teach these children nothing but facts."
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Gail Rennison Report Abuse
Because she is a lemon
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This girl is amasing :)
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Smyke Report Abuse
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Sam Weller Report Abuse
Mr. Pickwick's faithful servant
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Monsieur Rigaud Report Abuse
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Mr. Pickwick Report Abuse
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