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  1. › wiki › Mary_DickensMary Dickens - Wikipedia

    Mary "Mamie" Dickens (6 March 1838 – 23 July 1896) was the eldest daughter of the English novelist Charles Dickens and his wife Catherine. She wrote a book of reminiscences about her father, and in conjunction with her aunt, Georgina Hogarth, she edited the first collection of his letters.

  2. Mary Angela Dickens (31 October 1862 – 7 February 1948) was an English novelist and journalist of the late Victorian and Edwardian eras, and the oldest grandchild of the novelist Charles Dickens. She died on the 136th anniversary of her grandfather's birth.

  3. Mary Dickens (known universally as Mamie) was Charles Dickenss eldest daughter, who remained unmarried and lived with her father throughout his life, even after his separation from his wife in 1858. She appeared in several of his amateur dramatic performances, including 'The Frozen Deep'.

  4. › wiki › Mary_HogarthMary Hogarth - Wikipedia

    Mary Scott Hogarth (26 October 1819 – 7 May 1837) was the sister of Catherine Dickens (née Hogarth) and the sister-in-law of Charles Dickens. Hogarth first met Charles Dickens at age 14, and after Dickens married Hogarth's sister Catherine, Mary lived with the couple for a year.

  5. Mary (Mamie) Dickens, the daughter of Charles Dickens and Catherine Hogarth Dickens, was born on 6th March, 1838. Their first child, Charles Culliford Dickens, had been born in 1837. She had been named after her dead aunt, Mary Hogarth.

  6. Overview. Mary Angela Dickens. (1863—1948) Quick Reference. (?1863–1948) was one of the seven daughters (she had one brother) of Charles Dickens, Jr. (1837–1896), and the author of eight novels published between 1891 and 1912. The Debtor (1912) ... From: Dickens, Mary Angela in The Oxford Companion to Edwardian Fiction » Subjects: Literature.

  7. 6 de abr. de 2016 · Dickens worked with prison governors to help women who were about to be released; he was passionate about rehabilitation, convinced that most female convicts were not...