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Who the Dickens are they?

Which book do the following characters belong to, all written by Charles Dickens. 12 Questions.

 
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1

The tragic character of Miss Haversham, features in which book by Charles Dickens?

  • Great Expectations
  • Oliver Twist
  • Hard Times

2

A downtrodden woman named Nancy was murdered towards the end of which Dickens book?

  • Bleak House
  • Barnaby Rudge
  • Oliver Twist

3

Peggotty a kind caring lady featured in which book by Dickens?

  • Oliver Twist
  • Hard Times
  • David Copperfield

4

Which book by Charles Dickens featured Jarndyce & Jarndyce and heavily criticised the long drawn out process of the legal profession?

  • Bleak House
  • Hard Times
  • Our Mutual Friend

5

The delightfully named Fanny Squeers featured in which of the books by Charles Dickens?

  • Great Expectations
  • Nicholas Nickleby
  • Hard Times

6

The family of Gradgrind featured in which of Dickens' novels?

  • Hard Times
  • The Old Curiosity Shop
  • Bleak House

7

Daniel Quilp put in an appearance in which book by Dickens?

  • Bleak House
  • Christmas Carol
  • The Old Curiosity Shop

8

Jenny Wren a doll's dressmaker was featured in which of Dickens' novels?

  • Bleak House
  • Our Mutual Friend
  • Oliver

9

Lucie Manette featured in which well known book by Dickens?

  • Oliver Twist
  • Bleak House
  • A Tale of Two Cities

10

Sam Weller appeared in which book by Dickens?

  • Oliver Twist
  • Pickwick Papers
  • Great Expectations

11

Sarah Gamp a very dubious midwife and layer out of the dead, featured in which book by Dickens, carrying her famous black umbrella.

  • Pickwick Papers
  • Martin Chuzzlewit
  • Great Expectations

12

Sir John Chesters appeared in which of the novels by Charles Dickens?

  • Barnaby Rudge
  • Our Mutual Friend
  • Great Expectations

 

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