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Charles Dickens, Jr. (1837–1896)

Dickens, Charles. An English editor, eldest son of Charles Dickens; born in 1837; died on July 20, 1896, at West Kensington, England. He became assistant to his father as editor of All the Year Round, and subsequently chief partner in a printing firm. He edited a ‘Life of Charles Mathews’; ‘The Dictionary of London’; ‘Paris and the Thames.’