Fiction    From 1843 

Martin Chuzzlewit

Categories: Literature

Novel by Charles Dickens. Originally published in serial form 1843–4. The picture is an ilustration by Fred Barnard from the 1870s.

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Martin Chuzzlewit

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Dickens at Cobley Farm

Returned from his first trip to America Dickens spent some time here in 1842-...

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Harold Pinter

Harold Pinter

Playwright, actor and director. He trained and performed as an actor before taking up writing. His first play to be produced in London's west-end, 'The Birthday Party' was received with almost univ...

Person, Literature, Seriously Famous, Theatre

1 memorial
Robert Fabian

Robert Fabian

Robert Honey Fabian was born in Lewisham. He joined the police in 1921 and rose to the rank of Detective Superintendent in the Metropolitan Police. We wonder if he managed to keep his middle name s...

Person, Emergency Services, Literature

1 memorial
A. J. Cronin

A. J. Cronin

Novelist and general practitioner. Born Dumbartonshire as Archibald Joseph Cronin. Studied in Glasgow and served in WW1 as a surgeon in the Navy. Practised in Wales and in 1924 was appointed Medica...

Person, Literature, Medicine, Scotland, Switzerland, USA

1 memorial
Samuel Beckett

Samuel Beckett

Dramatist and author. Born Dublin as Samuel Barclay Beckett. Lived in Paris most of his life. His plays include: Waiting for Godot (1953) and Krapp's Last Tape (1958). Awarded the Nobel Prize in Li...

Person, Literature, Seriously Famous, Theatre, France

1 memorial
John Buchan

John Buchan

Author and Governor-General of Canada. Born at Perth, Scotland. He entered the diplomatic service, becoming private secretary to the High Commissioner for Southern Africa. Created Baron Tweedsmuir ...

Person, Literature, Politics & Administration, Canada, Scotland, South Africa

1 memorial