Charles Dickens has been mentioned or cited more than a thousand times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'The Atlantic' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Charles Dickens was highly popular in March last year. Popularity drop is quite noticeable as the number of mentions has suffered a drastic multifold decline in the last 6 months.
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[...] food of the country at affordable prices. Notable personalities who have dined here include Charles Dickens and H.G. Wells, along with Charlie Chaplin and Clarke Gable. With these places, the richness [...]
[...] cell of sublunary darkness and gloom. It is barbarous, like a tomb, a scene of squalor from a Charles Dickens novel. Carlsmith graphically describes being in an overnight holding cell: “No food, no [...]
[...] saw the publication of the great slave narratives, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, and the works of Charles Dickens and Victor Hugo. In the 20th century, Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle, John Steinbeck’s The [...]
[...] Cornet McNaghten. Or ask any surviving relatives of Dr. John Elliotson, a friend of Mesmerist Charles Dickens. Charles Dickens (1812-1870) is better known as an author and social critic. According to [...]
[...] your head.When you read Shakespeare, you are thinking Shakespeare’s thoughts. When you read Charles Dickens, you travel in time to 19th-century England, and you see what Dickens saw. When you read [...]
[...] than 200 volumes. An exemplary Victorian family, or so it seems. But let us borrow one of Charles Dickens’s favorite literary devices and pull the roof off the Benson home to take a peek inside. It [...]