The Life of Charles Dickens (BBC)

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Paul Tomlin
Paul Tomlin 2 months ago

using this for class :)!

Kaarel Kauts
Kaarel Kauts 2 months ago

Fuckin english homework

Nyan js
Nyan js 2 months ago

haa pandemic homework

thatsuds
thatsuds 2 months ago

Homework sucks

HaSaN Bani Ata
HaSaN Bani Ata 2 months ago

تحياتي لكل واحد هون عشان التلخيص🙋‍♂️

noa le bg
noa le bg 2 months ago

College Albert camus 5ème yaounde

lorenzo stefani
lorenzo stefani 2 months ago

good video

vickxyboom
vickxyboom 2 months ago

Hola soy el comentario español que buscabas, cómo sea estoy aquí por la tarea-.

Donald Trumpet
Donald Trumpet 2 months ago

Hey everyone

Shan
Shan 2 months ago

everyone hear for online work lolllll

Tuğra Ateşoğlu YT
Tuğra Ateşoğlu YT 2 months ago

abe çoh iiy olmuş

Jack Douglas
Jack Douglas 2 months ago

I’m here for English homework lol XD

Livi's Star Stable
Livi's Star Stable 2 months ago

this video is older than most people in our class and my teacher is still setting it

GoodSmellingRedMonkey

uh oh

iixclxdyskiex
iixclxdyskiex 2 months ago

Who’s here for thee English homework for online school? Lol

Emily Hughes
Emily Hughes 2 months ago

anyone here in 2021 doing there English work and I ooop

Ibne Hossain
Ibne Hossain 2 months ago

I am

alexis Doumpas
alexis Doumpas 2 months ago

online school anyone?

Local is defently on EU!

Whoes here for online school “shhhhhh”

Vini :I
Vini :I 2 months ago

Sim, em pleno 2021 to vendo isso pra aula de ingles

Ashton the Bumblebee
Ashton the Bumblebee 2 months ago

Hello fellow students

MineCreep_Cemre
MineCreep_Cemre 2 months ago

Yeah we’re all here for English lesson right ?

gg gamers
gg gamers 2 months ago

comment on this if you are watching this and your school is st ives

Shsl kinnie
Shsl kinnie 2 months ago

ayo hw innit

Chandra Tamang
Chandra Tamang 2 months ago

I

Chandra Tamang
Chandra Tamang 2 months ago

K

steph J
steph J 2 months ago

I am here for online school so boring

Clxxdy Tears
Clxxdy Tears 2 months ago

does anyone wanna do homework together? 😅

Helen Chandler
Helen Chandler 2 months ago

so sad.....
my nan suffered a stroke......

Jay jay mastiff Uwu
Jay jay mastiff Uwu 2 months ago

I have to watch this for my engerlish work

im a hybrid disguised as a human

school sucks

Zero Two Kawaii
Zero Two Kawaii 2 months ago

Hate school

Týnka
Týnka 2 months ago

i hate english homeworks so much, ah

EJ !
EJ ! 2 months ago

this interrupted me listening to the spirit phone album in class. so me and this video are officially on bad terms

forever alone
forever alone 2 months ago

who here in 2021 doing english homework?

Talat-Farooq Awan
Talat-Farooq Awan 2 months ago

Who is here doing English in 2021

Nora Gdoura
Nora Gdoura 2 months ago

Who has online class and is watching this during lockdown

hentai guy
hentai guy 2 months ago

f 3:38

hentai guy
hentai guy 2 months ago

anyone here in 2021 for English homework

Joshua Quinn-Heyes
Joshua Quinn-Heyes 2 months ago

Anyone from my school 🥴

Jacob Collier
Jacob Collier 2 months ago

this video is so bad

David Ayala-Nieves
David Ayala-Nieves 2 months ago

Anyone else here from Ms.Hawkins class?

ツSK_Fligh
ツSK_Fligh 2 months ago

Who is here for school work.

TheGunChallenger
TheGunChallenger 2 months ago

Are you here for homeschool cause I am

Jake Ivo
Jake Ivo 2 months ago

Homeschool be like

charlie D'Rosario
charlie D'Rosario 2 months ago

The artistry in this video is rather appalling, hand drawn pictures are a dam side more unique than CGI like this stuff.

d1sconnect3d 165
d1sconnect3d 165 2 months ago

yep

Brev
Brev 2 months ago

render better

Freestyler7869
Freestyler7869 2 months ago

Yoooo yusuf

asunagullo
asunagullo 2 months ago

You should have mentioned his awfull, evil behaving with his wife. Not only he cheated her, but he stopped her for seeing their children once they divorced, he forbif his daughters to invite their mother to their weddings and when theur 4th child died he didn't tell her. It is the most hypocrisy to found a shelter for homeless women while you leave your own wife, mother of your 10 children living in poverty and loneliness. Moreover he tried to declare his wife insane and institutionalise her. All because we wanted a flirt with an actress who could be his daughter.

Enrico De Conto
Enrico De Conto 2 months ago

dislike

Enes
Enes 2 months ago

Ich Grüße meine mom

Ansar Bisultanov
Ansar Bisultanov 2 months ago

Hello

jake valentine
jake valentine 2 months ago

PLaY AgAin??

ssake1
ssake1 2 months ago

Charles Dickens didn't write "A Christmas Carol." He obtained the original manuscript from one of the co-authors, Mathew Franklin Whittier, younger brother of poet John Greenleaf Whittier, in Boston in 1842. The other co-author had been Mathew's wife, Abby Poyen Whittier, who was first cousin to Mesmerist Charles Poyen. It was Abby, a mystic, who wrote the scenes and dialogues with the ghosts and other metaphysical elements. This was not originally a "ghost story" at all. Mathew would have been introduced to Dickens in Boston by his personal friend, Oliver Wendell Holmes, who helped arrange the welcome dinner for Dickens. Dickens re-worked the manuscript inside of six weeks, to stave off impending debt. The account of Dickens' walking the streets of London composing "A Christmas Carol" cannot be trusted, inasmuch as John Forster, who gives this account, also tried to help Dickens put his wife Catherine into an insane asylum (which he would have had to lie in order to do). Dickens had already plagiarized the slavery chapter for "American Notes" from Theodore Weld's "Slavery As It Is." You can see some of my evidence in this blog entry:
www.ial.goldthread.com/blog11_19_19.html
Also note the URL at the bottom of the page, which goes to a more recent entry with additional evidence.

Lake
Lake 2 months ago

how is using this for mrs.wray's class

HIKMAH ABDUL-HAMMED
HIKMAH ABDUL-HAMMED 2 months ago

Had to hear it the 2nd time to understand.

Joshua Francisco Kurniawan

lol everyone coments anyone usin this for english lol

SPECIAL DISASTER
SPECIAL DISASTER 2 months ago

POV: you're here for english class on online school and are watching at 2x speed

adidas the cool minecrafter

im bored from the start of this video

TRACEY LEPRO
TRACEY LEPRO 2 months ago

MY TEACHER SAID THERE WAS A LINK TO A WORKSHEET- THERES NO LINK TO A WORKSHEET

Sungate
Sungate 2 months ago

240p Nice

Mehfooz Hussain
Mehfooz Hussain 2 months ago

Wow what a nice video and biography of Charles Dickens i liked it.

The Sseb Girls
The Sseb Girls 2 months ago

doing homework :/

ii_I-_-I_xX
ii_I-_-I_xX 2 months ago

Is it just me, or all the videos teachers assign me have at the most 240p

Le’ fRog
Le’ fRog 2 months ago

anyone from eagle middle???

HamHam
HamHam 2 months ago

I’m watching this for my school work lol

Emily Rojas :D
Emily Rojas :D 2 months ago

I’m using this for classwork, this was made 10 years ago. I feel old..-

Jemima Khan
Jemima Khan 2 months ago

yay thx for the video this helped me with my homework
edit:spelling mistake lol

Ibrahim dar
Ibrahim dar 2 months ago

is everyone in whgs school using this for school lol

NURBOL
NURBOL 2 months ago

Subscribe to my channel please

Luffy52
Luffy52 2 months ago

dislike

Luffy52
Luffy52 2 months ago

iti s noob

Luffy52
Luffy52 2 months ago

noob

yang Yang
yang Yang 2 months ago

2:03

Jean-Luc Ghaleb
Jean-Luc Ghaleb 2 months ago

On est tous là à cause des devoirs 😭😂

Jamie Crabb
Jamie Crabb 2 months ago

This is very educational

Michael Robinson
Michael Robinson 2 months ago

here it had some errors but I fixed some...
Charles John Huffam Dickens was born on the 7th of February 1812 to John and Elizabeth Dickens. Charles was the second child of eight siblings in all, six of whom survived to adulthood. John, a naval clerk always spent beyond his means. One day he pointed out a house to Charles, remarking that he could live in such a house if he worked hard. The family moved to London in 1822. At 12, as the family finances worsened, Charles had to start work in a blacking factory, labeling bottles for eleven hours a day. John Dickens was eventually sent to a debtor’s prison, Charles visited him there every Sunday. His youth left him with an ambitious drive, in 1827 he began work as a solicitor’s clerk. From the surroundings of his unremarkable office, he began to collect names and characteristics of the people he saw. Charles began a journalistic career in 1831. Writing became his passion, working for the paper by day and on his own work by night. He was beginning to taste success. His first piece of fiction was published in 1835. That same year Charles met Catherine Hogarth, they fell in love and were married. The next few years of fervent activity resulted in much writing and many children. As his writing became more popular and his fame more wide-spread, rumors began to abound of his drunkenness and admission to an asylum. Stories were easy to concoct about the writer who kept a pet raven and whose writing dealt in the extremes of the sentimental and the grotesque. In 1842, Charles and Catherine set sail for America. On landing in Boston, they were mobbed by crowds. Dicken's interests lay in visiting the unusual, which inspired his writing. He took his whole family on his next big trip, to Italy in the summer of 1844. Upon his return, Dickens began to look for new diversions. He helped to start and edit a radical newspaper, founded a refuge for homeless women, and performed his works at public readings. Aged 44 Charles bought Gad’s Hill, the house his father had pointed out to him all those years before. It symbolized a pinnacle of achievement. Whilst Dickens was organizing a theatrical project, ‘Frozen Deep’, he met and was spellbound by a young actress, Ellen Ternan. There is much speculation about this relationship that caused the end of his marriage to Catherine. One fateful night in 1865, whilst Charles and Ellen were returning from Paris, their train crashed outside Staplehurst. Dickens administered brandy and water to the injured and dying, only at the last minute did he remember to retrieve the final part of ‘Our Mutual Friend’ from the wrecked carriage. The incident left Charles very shaken, for a while he maintained his busy itinerary, then his health began to fail. At home on Wednesday 9th June 1870, at the age of 58, Charles suffered a stroke and died. He’s buried in Westminster Abbey.

ach playz
ach playz 2 months ago

it is a good story. if you guys also think so like my comment. and the video

charlie D'Rosario
charlie D'Rosario 2 months ago

The animation in this is appalling and very disrespectful too the real people behind this story.

Epitaph
Epitaph 2 months ago

im here for Doctor who lol

Abdullahi
Abdullahi 2 months ago

Does anyone remember watching this in primary school?

Strike Plays
Strike Plays 2 months ago

Lol used as homework no one would like to search this

miniii ミニ
miniii ミニ 2 months ago

Anyone doing this bc of online class

Xavi González
Xavi González 2 months ago

Por si alguien lo quiere, aquí está todo el texto traducido al español. Si alguien lo quiere copiar, haced captura y ponedlo en google traductor

Charles John Huffam Dickens nació el 7 de febrero de 1812 de John y Elizabeth Dickens. Charles fue el segundo hijo de ocho hermanos en total, seis de los cuales sobrevivieron hasta la edad adulta. John, un empleado naval siempre gastó más allá de sus posibilidades. Un día le señaló una casa a Charles y le comentó que podía vivir en una casa así si trabajaba duro. La familia se mudó a Londres en 1822. A los 12 años, cuando las finanzas familiares empeoraron, Charles tuvo que comenzar a trabajar en una fábrica de blacking, etiquetando botellas durante once horas al día. John Dickens finalmente fue enviado a la prisión de deudores, Charles lo visitaba allí todos los domingos. Su juventud lo dejó con un impulso ambicioso, en 1827 comenzó a trabajar como secretario de abogado. Desde los alrededores de su anodina oficina, comenzó a recopilar nombres y características de las personas que veía. Charles comenzó su carrera periodística en 1831. Escribir se convirtió en su pasión, trabajando para el periódico de día y en su propio trabajo de noche. Empezaba a saborear el éxito. Su primera obra de ficción se publicó en 1835. Ese mismo año Charles conoció a Catherine Hogarth, se enamoraron y se casaron. Los siguientes años de ferviente actividad dieron como resultado mucha escritura y muchos niños. A medida que su escritura se hizo más popular y su fama se extendió más, comenzaron a abundar los rumores sobre su embriaguez y su admisión en un asilo. Era fácil inventar historias sobre el escritor que tenía un cuervo como mascota y cuya escritura trataba sobre los extremos de lo sentimental y lo grotesco. En 1842, Charles y Catherine zarparon hacia América. Al aterrizar en Boston, fueron asaltados por multitudes. Los intereses de Dickens residían en visitar lo inusual, que inspiró su escritura. Se llevó a toda su familia en su próximo gran viaje, a Italia en el verano de 1844. A su regreso, Dickens comenzó a buscar nuevas diversiones. Ayudó a iniciar y editar un periódico radical, fundó un refugio para mujeres sin hogar y representó sus obras en lecturas públicas. Charles, de 44 años, compró Gad's Hill, la casa que su padre le había señalado todos esos años antes. Simbolizaba un pináculo de logros. Mientras Dickens organizaba un proyecto teatral, 'Frozen Deep', conoció y quedó fascinado por una joven actriz, Ellen Ternan. Se especula mucho sobre esta relación que provocó el fin de su matrimonio con Catherine. Una fatídica noche de 1865, mientras Charles y Ellen regresaban de París, su tren se estrelló frente a Staplehurst. Dickens administró brandy y agua a los heridos y moribundos, solo en el último minuto se acordó de recuperar la parte final de 'Nuestro amigo mutuo' del carruaje destrozado. El incidente dejó a Charles muy conmocionado, por un tiempo mantuvo su ajetreado itinerario, luego su salud comenzó a fallar. En casa, el miércoles 9 de junio de 1870, a la edad de 58 años, Charles sufrió un derrame cerebral y murió. Está enterrado en la Abadía de Westminster.

B4CON
B4CON 2 months ago

I'm from school

Pat London
Pat London 2 months ago

Take a Dickens of a stroll with Pat London youtu.be/WDByXixazK0

Megan Green
Megan Green 2 months ago

Yeah I am

Adam Adam
Adam Adam 2 months ago

I NEVER WANT TO WATCH THIS AGAIN IT GIVES ME A HEADACHE IM ONLY DOING IT FOR SCHOOL

Mayel Tono
Mayel Tono 2 months ago

I can't help to think charles dicken must be hates by his children I mean he made 10 before abandoning them

Liz Booker
Liz Booker 2 months ago

wow i liked that

muhammad samie
muhammad samie 2 months ago

excellent video

Adhya Dave
Adhya Dave 2 months ago

Who's here for online classes and I am adhya dave.i am studying in Zydus school for excellence

Andrew Dulmanis
Andrew Dulmanis 2 months ago

i love the ending, "Suffered a stroke and DIED"

Suki_is Bad_bish
Suki_is Bad_bish 2 months ago

S Å L Â M Ï

Luka Ridley
Luka Ridley 2 months ago

I did this for school,very helpful👍

Harry Maguire is a bot

This is for my h/w thx

Jukd
Jukd 2 months ago

Im just here cuz of school

Edit: English homework to be exact

Gaming Damnation
Gaming Damnation 2 months ago

My teacher posted this link.

iibeats.sisters
iibeats.sisters 2 months ago

Who here is from Fchs