Charles Dickens In Kent Postcard

Charles Dickens In Kent Postcard
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Charles Dickens In Kent Postcard
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In 1817 the family moved to Chatham, the happiest period of his childhood. After Dickens’ marriage Broadstairs became the family’s regular summer retreat. In 1856 he bought his beloved house, Gad’s Hill Place near Rochester, where he died.

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SKU 052
Card Size 210mm x 148.5mm (A5)

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The Charles Dickens Postcard Collection

Dickens, born in Portsmouth in 1812, has long been recognised as one of the most famous English writers. His fourteen completed novels, many reflecting his childhood experiences, were usually published in serial form, bringing him early fame, respectability, wealth – and on his death in 1870, burial in Westminster Abbey. This series of postcards illustrates Dickens' life in Kent and London and the four most popular books inhabited by his best known characters.

Hand drawn artwork Researched, designed and illustrated in Bath (UK) Regularly verified by leading experts