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February 7

Charles Dickens

1812 – Charles Dickens was born in Landport, England. Reared in great poverty, he had little formal education but wrote numerous novels, which collectively had a profound effect on social changes in early 19th century England. He wrote A Christmas Carol while a member of Little Portland Street Chapel, London (Unitarian).

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