Define very important occasions in writer's life.The chronology additionally serves as a diary as what Dickens was once doing month via month, week via week.Books, magazines, journals usually have been labored on concurrently in addition to a prodigiously lively own life.Reveals a feeling of richness and diversity of Dickens's lifestyles. complete Index
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At about this time he tells Mitton of 'the extreme difficulty of fixing my thoughts on Barnaby after so recently shutting up the "Shop'''. Dines with Harness and afterwards attends an evening party at Miss Coutts's. Dines with Rogers. February 2 (Tues) Dines at Miss Coutts's. 3 Dines with Dr Southwood Smith. 4 Dines with Ainsworth. 6 Publication of the final number of DCS. CD dines with Cattermole at the Athenaeum. 8 Birth of Walter Landor Dickens, fourth child of CD. 13 First instalment of BR is published in MHC; 41 further weekly instalments to 27 November.
24 Sits again for Miss Gillies (see 25 July). November 10 (Fri) Tells JF that he has been 'all day in Chuzzlewit agonies - 1843 19 20 25 29 41 conceiving only': he is working on the twelfth number (chs 30--2). Tells JF that he 'blazed away till 9 last night; only stopping ten minutes for dinner! e. the latter part of ch. 31); 'making myself laugh very much [over ch. 32]'. Tells JF that he has 'grave thoughts of keeping my whole menagerie in Italy, three years'. Is 'full of Grief' over his father's financial irresponsibility.
October 2 (Fri) Sends copy for chs 44-5 of DeS to Chapman and Hall. 11 Returns to London from Broadstairs. 13 Goes to Covent Garden Theatre with Macready. 15 Publication of the first volume of MHC. 17 Dines with Macready; Maclise and JF are also present. 24 A Dickens Chronology 20 Gives a dinner to celebrate the completion of the first volume of MHC to those involved with it, induding 'Designers, printers, publishers, wood-cutters' (to Thomas Hill, 14 Oct). November 2 (Man) Works on ch. 53 of OCS.
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