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Charles Dickens

(1812—1870) novelist


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BURTON, Anthony Philip (born 1942), Senior Research Fellow in Museology and Museum History, Research Department, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1997–2002; Chairman of Trustees, Charles Dickens Museum, London, 2003–05

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(1812–70),

English novelist, whose first tour of the U.S. (Jan.–May 1842) is described in his American Notes for General Circulation (1842), and furnished the background for portions of Martin Chuzzlewit (1843–44). He visited the U.S. again (Nov. 1867–April 1868), when he presented a popular series of readings in Eastern cities.

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