Charles Dickens Bibliography

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Charles Dickens Bibliography
The bibliography of Charles Dickens includes more than a dozen major novels, a number of short stories and several essays, articles and travel books.

Charles Dickens Bibliography:

Sketches by Boz (1836)
The Pickwick Papers (1836-7)
Oliver Twist (1837-9)
Nicholas Nickleby (1838-9)
The Old Curiosity Shop (1840-1)
Barnaby Rudge (1841)
Master Humphrey’s Clock (1841)
A Christmas Carol (1843)
The Chimes (1844)
American Notes (1842)
The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit (1843-4)
Christmas Books (1843-49)
Pictures from Italy (1844-45)
The Cricket on the Hearth (1845)
The Battle of Life (1846)
Dombey and Son (1846-8)
The Haunted Man and the Ghost’s Bargain (1848)
David Copperfield (1849-50)
A Child’s History of England (1851-53)
Bleak House (1852-3)
Hard Times (1854)
Little Dorrit (1855-7)
The Wreck of the Golden Mary (1856)
The Perils of Certain English Prisoners (1857)
A Tale of Two Cities (1859)
Hunted Down (1859)
The Uncommercial Traveller (1860)
A Message from the Sea (1860)
Great Expectations (1860-1)
Reprinted Pieces (1861)
Tom Tiddler’s Ground (1861)
The Haunted House (1862)
Somebody’s Luggage (1862)
Mrs Lirriper’s Lodgings (1863)
Mrs Lirriper’s Legacy (1864)
Our Mutual Friends (1864-5)
Doctor Marigold (1865)
The Trial for Murder (1865)
Mugby Junction (1866)
The Signal-Man (1866)
No Thoroughfare (1867) (with Wilkie Collins)
The Mystery of Edwin Drood (1870)
The Mudfog Papers (1880)
The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices (1890) (with Wilkie Collins)
To Be Read At Dusk (1898)

The Works of Charles Dickens freely available on this website (ordered alphabetically):
To read online, just click on the title of your choice:

A Child’s History of England

A Child’s History of England is a delightful history of England written by Dickens. It covers history of England from 50 BC to 1837 AD.

A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol is a story about redemption of a selfish and hard-hearted old man Ebenezer Scrooge.

A Holiday Romance

A Holiday Romance contains four short stories written from the point of view of four children.

A Message From the Sea

A Message from the Sea tells the story of how Captain Jorgan found a message in a bottle…

A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities tells an intriguing story of love, courage and self-sacrifice during the French Revolution.

All The Year Round

Contributions to All The Year Round by Charles Dickens: The Poor Man and his Beer, Landor’s Life, The Late Mr. Stanfield…

American Notes

American Notes is an interesting and critical portrait of the young American nation, written by Dickens in response to his travels through the US.

Barnaby Rudge

Barnaby Rudge, a historical novel of the Gordon Riots in 1780, tells a story of individuals caught up in the mindless violence of the mob.

Bleak House

Bleak House is a tragic, romantic and complicated story about the inheritance and absurdities of English law in the 1850s.

David Copperfield

David Copperfield is a story about the struggles and obstacles of life that a young man (David Copperfield) overcomes.

Doctor Marigold

Doctor Marigold is a story about street peddler who adopts a deaf-mute girl.

Dombey and Son

Dombey and Son tells a story about Paul Dombey, a wealthy businessman, whose dream is to have a son to continue his business.

George Silverman’s Explanation

George Silverman’s Explanation is a short story about a man writing about his unfulfilled life.

Great Expectations

Great Expectations tells a story about a boy named Pip and charts his progress through life.

Hard Times

Hard Times tells a story of a number of different characters and their growth through troubles and time.

Hunted Down

Hunted Down is a short story about poisoning and life-insurance fraud

Little Dorrit

Little Dorrit is a novel about disappointment and a satire on the shortcomings of the government and society.

Master Humphrey’s Clock

Master Humphrey’s Clock is a collection of short stories.

Miscellaneous Papers

Miscellaneous Papers is a collection of essays from The Examiner, Household Words and All the year round

Mrs. Lirriper’s Legacy

Short story – Mrs. Lirriper Relates How She Went On, And Went Over, Mrs. Lirriper Relates How Jemmy Topped Up

Mrs. Lirriper’s Lodgings

Short story – How Mrs. Lirriper Carried On The Business, How The Parlours Added A Few Words

Mudfog and Other Sketches

Mudfog and Other Sketches – Mr. Tulrumble, The First Meeting of Mudfog, The Pantomime of Life, A Lion

Mugby Junction

Mugby Junction is the Christmas story for 1866.

Nicholas Nickleby

Nicholas Nickleby is a story of a young man and his family dealing with the hardships in their life.

Oliver Twist

Oliver Twist tells a story of injustice and hope through the eyes of orphaned boy who escapes to London.

Our Mutual Friend

Our Mutual Friend is a satiric masterpiece and mysterious story about money and its relations among the intriguing characters.

Pictures From Italy

Pictures From Italy is a revealing description of Dickens’s journey through Italy.

Reprinted Pieces

Reprinted Pieces – a collection of short stories by Charles Dickens

Sketches by Boz

Sketches by Boz is a collection of short pieces presenting a variety of scenes and characters.

Sketches of Young Couples

Sketches of Young couples – a parody of social relations between the sexes.

Sketches of Young Gentlemen

Sketches of Young Gentlemen – Dedicated to the Young Ladies

Some Short Christmas Stories

Short Christmas Stories – A Christmas Tree, The Child’s Story, The Schoolboy’s Story, Nobody’s Story, The Poor Relation’s Story

Somebody’s Luggage

Somebody’s Luggage – a waiter stumbles upon some luggage and tries to identify its owner.

Speeches: Literary and Social

Literary and Social Speeches given by Charles Dickens

Sunday Under Three Heads

Sunday Under Three Heads was written as a protest against a law that would prohibit all work and all recreation on Sunday.

The Battle of Life

The Battle of Life is a story published in 1846 as one of the Christmas stories.

The Chimes

The Chimes is a story about self-respect and the consequences of our choices.

The Cricket on the Hearth

The Cricket on the Hearth tells the story of John Peerybingle and his love for his wife Dot.

The Haunted House

A tale about The Haunted House

The Haunted Man

The Haunted Man and the Ghost’s Bargain is the last novella in Dickens’s Christmas series.

The Holly Tree

The Holly Tree is a delightful little tale with dual romance.

The Lamplighter

The Lamplighter – short story by C. Dickens

The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices

The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices – humorous narrative of two idle apprentices running away from their employer.

Martin Chuzzlewit

The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit is a brilliant satire on selfishness and hypocrisy.

The Mystery of Edwin Drood

The Mystery of Edwin Drood – an unsolved mystery about Edwin Drood (Dickens died before completing the story, leaving the mystery unsolved)

The Old Curiosity Shop

The Old Curiosity Shop tells the story of a young girl, who lives with her grandfather in his shop of curiosities.

The Perils of Certain English Prisoners

The Perils of Certain English Prisoners is a study of British Imperialism, set in Asia and South America.

The Pickwick Papers

The Pickwick Papers tells a story about a man who is dealt an injustice with the law.

The Seven Poor Travellers

The Seven Poor Travellers – short story in three chapters

The Signal-Man

The Signal-Man is a ghostly thriller by Charles Dickens

The Trial For Murder

The Trial For Murder is a tale of an English juror haunted by a vengeful ghost.

The Uncommercial Traveller

The Uncommercial Traveller is a collection of Dickens’s memories.

The Wreck of the Golden Mary

The Wreck of the Golden Mary tells the story of a terrifying ordeal of the passengers when Golden Mary collides with an iceberg.

To Be Read At Dusk

To Be Read At Dusk is a story dealing with precognition.

Tom Tiddler’s Ground

Tom Tiddler’s Ground – short story

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