The of the inspiration for social justice

The
Victorian Age is one of the epochs in the history of English literature. The
present-day government, led by Queen Victoria from June 20, 1837 until her
death on January 22, 1901. This era is marked by the triumph of Britain, peace,
prosperity, and the high self-esteem of the citizens of Britain. At this time,
there are many writers of literary works such as poets, novelists, and writers
of miscellaneous prose. One of the writers in the Victorian Age is Charles John
Huffam Dickens. He is a prominent novelist or novelist from England during the
reign of Queen Victoria of Great Britain. Dickens is also known as the originator
of the inspiration for social justice of his time. Dickens is still popular
with all his worldwide work. Throughout his career, he earned a reputation for
how to write stories very well as well as the characters in his story. He is
the most famous and best novelist and also someone who is actively engaged in
social work in the Victorian era. In this essay will discuss about the
biography of Charles Dickens, the famous work of Charles Dickens that is The
Pickwick Papers , and the relationship between The Pickwick Papers with
historical background during the age of Victoria.

Charles Dickens was born in Landport,
Portsmouth, on February 7, 1812. Charles was the second of eight children, a
son of John Dickens, a scribe at the Navy’s Treasury Office, and his wife,
Elizabeth Dickens. He was a delicate child and most of his childhood was spent
at home, where he reads Smollett, Fielding, and Le Sage novels. The work of
these writers greatly influenced his own novel. The Dickens family moved to
London in 1814, two years later moved to Chatam, Kent, where Dickens spent his
childhood. In financial difficulties, in 1822 they moved back to London. They
live in Camden Town, a poor neighborhood. When he was 12 years old. His father
was heavily indebted and thrown into Marshalsea prison in 1824. Dickens was
forced to resign from school and work in a shoe shine factory to help his
family. This experience has deep psychological and sociological impacts. When
his father managed to pay the debt, Charles Dickens continued his studies. He
studied law and became a legal reporter for Doctors Commons and related to the
Church of England. His views on Doctors Commons can affect Dickens’ two works
Copperfield and Bleak House. Charles Dickens began writing short stories and opinions
as well as contributing to several magazines. He founded his own magazine
“Household Words” and “All the Year Round”. Charles
Dickens’s first novel was Sketches, published by Boz in 1836. Dickens’s next
work was Pickwick Papers, published in 1837. Pickwick was considered to
represent Charles Dickens’s humor and was well received by the public at the
time. Picwick is widely rated by critics as readings with good humors, but
becomes mediocre compared to Dickens’s later work. In 1836, Charles Dickens married
Catherine Hogarth, and had 10 children. She also fell in love with Catherine’s
sister, Mary, who died at the age of 17. Other Charles Dickens novels are
Oliver Twist (1837), Nicholas Nickleby (1838), The Old Curiosity Shop (1841)
and Barnaby Rudge (1841). Charles Dickens published his  best-known work in 1843, The Christmas Carol,
which is a short story. In addition, in 1849 published David Copperfield. Bleak
House, The Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations, and Our Mutual Friends are
published which then represent his maturity. Dickens’s work is also much
admired in the United States, although his novel is a pirate, so disappointing.
He traveled to the US as a teacher while working on his nonfiction work,
American Notes, which is a critical attitude toward America. Charles Dickens
wrote and taught a lot until his death in 1870. The Mystery of Edwin Drood,
whose final novel has not yet been completed. Many admire the complex character
and plot of Dickens’ work.

The
famous work of Charles Dickens is The Pickwick Papers. The Pickwick Papers are
an adventures that can be loosely related. It was stated that Dickens quipped
George Norton who sued Lord Melbourne at The Pickwick Papers. The main
character named Samuel Pickwick, Esquire, is an old man of the founder and
eternal president of the good and rich Pickwick Club. In order to extend his
research into the strange phenomenon of life, he suggested that he and three
other “Pickwickians” (Mr. Nathaniel Winkle, Mr. Augustus Snodgrass,
and Mr. Tracy Tupman) make the journey to a place far from London and report
their findings to the club members others. The main theme of this novel is
their journey to the English countryside by coach. A valuable feature of the
job is the description of the ancient English coaching inn. One of the main
families started by Eleazer Pickwick, runs Bristol to Bath coaches. The main
literary value is formed with many memorable characters. Every character in The
Pickwick Papers is funny. Alfred Jingle, who is cast in chapter two, shows the
aura of comic criminals, repeatedly making the Pickwick people trouble because
of his sneaky tricks. It became a successful venture with Virgin Rachael Wardle
of Dingley Dell, misadventures with Dr. Slammer, and others. Humor continues
when the emergence of cockney comic Sam Weller in chapter 10 of this novel. Was
seen working first at the White Hart Inn in The Borough, Mr. Pickwick made
Weller as a personal butler and companion on his journey and gave a slanted
narrative to the trial. Through Dickens humor that captures the classic aspect
of English life in the mid-19th century whose approach is consciously lost. The
popularity of the novel is due to the fact that at the time readers can see
themselves, and accept themselves for the use of Dickens’s skillful humor. Another
famous adventure is that Pickwick’s business defends a lawsuit, Mrs Bardell,
who sued her for breaking promises. Another adventure is the detention of Mr
Pickwick at Fleet Prison, because of his refusal to pay compensation to him. He
did not want to give a penny to Mrs Bardell’s lawyers, the egyptians of Mr.
Dodson and Fogg for being immoral.

The
relationship between the historical background of the age of Victoria with the
work of Charles Dickens entitled The Pickwick Papers is based on A History of
English Literature by Edward Albert, there are three things that contained in
the historical background. The first is An Era of Peace, the second is Material
Developments, and the last is Intellectual Developments. This can be inferred from
these three points in the Victorian government there is not much war and it was
only in colonial, industrial revolution and the existence of compulsory school
result intellectual development. At that time, Dickens was a young writer. He
worked as a Parliamentary reporter and became a traveling journalist. In this
novel, Dickens wants to show a life in London. There is a club, with members
sent to the country hunting and fishing expeditions. The weapons they were
carrying exploded inadvertently resulted in the catch of their fish caught in
their hats and pants. These events and other events should be described in the
Seymour comics. This indicates that, it is an age alive with new activities. In
this novel, Dickens focuses more on this story with the social and
technological life contained in the section that he approves of a club machine
that matches his original design sketching Mr. Winkle. He also changed his
fictional type, consisting mostly of images, into a contemporary London life
novel. It can be concluded that the historical background and the work of
Charles Dickens are related and can be seen in socio-technological life in the
work of Charles Dickens entitled The Pickwick Papers.

Charles Dickens was a novelist who was born
near Portsea, where his father was a clerk in the Navy Pay Office. He is the
most famous and best novelist and also someone who is actively engaged in social
work in the Victorian Age. One of the most famous works is The Pickwick Papers.
The Pickwick Papers are an adventures that can be loosely related. The novel
also has relationship with historical background during the reign of Queen
Victoria. Socio-technological is the link between the novel and life in London
at that time.