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DICKENS HOUSE AND LIBRARY IN BLOOMSBURY

DICKENS HOUSE AND LIBRARY IN BLOOMSBURY

No. 48 Doughty Street, where Charles Dickens wrote the whole of "Nicholas Nickleby" and the later parts of "Oliver Twist" and "Pickwick," was acquired by the Dickens Fellowship in 1925 and endowed as the Dickens House and Library. It contains many valuable Dickensiana. The novelist lived here between 1837 and 1839, soon after his marriage.

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