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Charles Dickens Bibliography

Can you guess Charles Dickens' legendary bibliography?
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#1
Short Stories
1833
Mr. Minns and His Cousin
1834
Mrs. Joseph Porter
1834
Horatio Sparkins
1834
The Bloomsbury Christening
1834
The Boarding-House
1834
Sentiment
1834
The Steam Excursion
1835
The Dancing Academy
1835
A Passage in the Life of Mr. Watkins Tottle
1835
Our Parish
1836
The Black Veil
1836
The Old Man's Tale About the Queer Client
1836
The Story of the Goblins Who Stole a Sexton
1836
The Great Winglebury Duel
1836
The Black Veil
1836
The Tuggses at Ramsgate
1836
The Drunkard's Death
1836
The Stroller's Tale
1836
The Convict's Return
1836
The Parish Clerk
1837
A Madman's Manuscript
1837
The First Meeting
1837
The Second Meeting
1837
Mr Pickwick on the Ice
1837
The Bagman's Story
1837
The Ghost of the Mail
1837
The Lawyer and the Ghost
1837
The Queer Chair
1837
The Trial from Pickwick
1837
The Story of the Bagman's Uncle
1837
Some Particulars Concerning a Lion
1837
The True Legend of P.B.
1837
Public Life of Mr. Tulrumble
1837
The Pantomime of Life
1838
Baron Koëldwethout's Apparition
1838
Mr. Robert Bolton
1838
Familiar Epistle from a Parent to a Child
1838
The Lamplighter
1839
The Five Sisters of York
1840
A Confession Found in a Prison in the Time of Charles the Second
1843
Marley's Ghost
1850
Christmas Ghosts
1850
A Child's Dream of a Star
1851
The Last Words of the Old Year
1852
To Be Read at Dusk
1852
The Child's Story
1852
The Poor Relation's Story
1853
The Long Voyage
1853
The Schoolboy's Story
1853
Nobody's Story
1854
The First Poor Traveller
1854
The Road
1855
Mark Hansel's Visitor
1855
Prince Bull: A Fairy Tale
1855
The Thousand and One Humbugs
1855
The Guest
1855
The Boots
1855
The Bill
1856
The Wreck
1857
The Ghost Chamber
1857
The Ghost in the Bride's Chamber
1857
The Hanged Man's Bride
1857
The History of a Self-Tormentor
1857
The Island of Silver-Store
1857
The Rafts on the River
1858
Well Authenticated Rappings
1858
Going into Society
1859
The Ghost in Master B.'s Room
1859
The Substance of the Shadow
1859
The Mortals in the House
1860
Mr. Testator's Visitation
1860
The City of the Absent
1860
Captain Murderer
1860
The Rat That Could Speak
1860
The Village
1860
The Money
1860
The Restitution
1861
The Portrait-Painter's Story
1861
Four Ghost Stories
1861
Picking Up Soot and Cinders
1861
Picking Up Miss Kimmeens
1861
Picking Up the Tinker
1862
The Goodwood Ghost Story
1862
He's Leaving It Till Called For
1862
His Boots
1862
His Brown-Paper Parcel
1862
His Wonderful End
1863
How Mrs. Lirriper Carried on the Business
1863
How the Parlour Added a Few Words
1864
How She Went On, and Went Over
1864
How Jemmy Topped Up
1865
To Be Taken with a Grain of Salt
1865
To Be Taken Immediately
1865
The Trial for Murder
1865
Barbox Brothers
1865
The Boy at Mugby
1866
The Signal-Man
1868
The Magic Fishbone
1868
George Silverman's Explanation
1868
Holiday Romance
#2
Essays
1835
Christmas Festivities
1844
The Agricultural Interest
1844
Threatening Letter to Thomas Hood from an Ancient Gentleman
1845
The Spirit of Chivalry in Westminster Hall
1846
Crime and Education
1846
Capital Punishment
1850
A Christmas Tree
1850
The Begging-Letter Writer
1850
A Coal Miner's Evidence
1850
The Ghost of Art
1850
A Poor Man's Tale of a Patent
1850
The Detective Police
1850
Three Detective Anecdotes
1850
A Walk in a Workhouse
1851
What Christmas Is, as We Grow Older
1851
Our English Watering-Place
1851
Bill-Sticking
1851
Births. Mrs. Meek, of a Son
1851
A Flight
1851
On Duty with Inspector Field
1851
Our School
1851
A Monument of French Folly
1852
A Curious Dance Round a Curious Tree
1852
Lying Awake
1852
A Plated Article
1852
Our Honourable Friend
1852
Our Vestry
1852
Our Bore
1853
Down with the Tide
1853
Frauds on the Fairies
1854
Our French Watering-Place
1854
The Noble Savage
1854
The Lost Arctic Voyagers
1855
Out of Town
1855
Out of the Season
1859
The Poor Man and His Beer
1859
Five New Points of Criminal Law
1859
Leigh Hunt: A Remonstrance
1859
The Tattlesnivel Bleater
1860
Nurse's Stories
1862
The Young Man from the Country
1862
An Enlightened Clergyman
1863
Rather a Strong Dose
1863
The Martyr Medium
1864
In Memoriam: W. M. Thackeray
1866
Adelaide Anne Procter: An Introduction to Her Legends and Lyrics
1867
The Late Mr. Stanfield
1869
A Slight Question of Fact
1869
Landor's Life
1869
Explanatory Introduction to Religious Opinions by the Late Reverend Chauncey Hare Townshend
1869
On Mr. Fletcher's Acting
1871
Vampyres and Ghouls
 
 
#4
Short Story Collections
1836
Sketches by Boz
1838
The Mudfog Papers
1838
Sketches of Young Gentlemen
1840
Sketches of Young Couples
1852
Christmas Books
1861
Reprinted Pieces
1866
Three Ghost Stories
1868
Christmas Stories
 
 
#5
Poetry Collections
1836
Songs from The Village Coquettes
1885
The Complete Poems of Charles Dickens
 
 
#6
Plays
1836
The Strange Gentleman
1836
The Village Coquettes
1837
Is She His Wife?
1838
The Lamplighter
1851
Mr. Nightingale's Diary
1856
The Frozen Deep
1867
No Thoroughfare
#7
Non-Fiction Books
1836
Sunday Under Three Heads
1851
A Child's History of England
1934
The Life of Our Lord
 
 
#8
Novels
1837
The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club
1837
Oliver Twist; or, The Parish Boy's Progress
1838
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
1840
The Old Curiosity Shop
1841
Barnaby Rudge: A Tale of the Riots of Eighty
1842
The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit
1846
The Battle of Life: A Love Story
1846
Dombey and Son
1849
David Copperfield
1852
Bleak House
1854
Hard Times: For These Times
1855
Little Dorrit
1859
A Tale of Two Cities
1860
Great Expectations
1864
Our Mutual Friend
1870
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
 
 
#9
Poems
1837
The Ivy Green
1837
Gabriel Grub's Song
1837
The Romance of Dick Turpin
1838
Duet
1839
The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman
1841
The Fine Old English Gentleman
1841
The Quack Doctor's Proclamation
1841
Subjects for Painters
1842
Prologue
1844
A Word in Season
1844
All Hail to the Vessel of Pecksniff the Sire
1844
It May Lighten and Storm
1846
The British Lion
1846
The Hymn of the Wiltshire Labourers
1849
New Song
1855
Prologue
1855
The Song of the Wreck
1856
A Child's Hymn
1857
Prologue
 
 
#10
Periodical
1840-1841
Master Humphrey's Clock
 
 
#11
Travelogues
1842
American Notes for General Circulation
1846
Pictures from Italy
 
 
#12
Novellas
1843
A Christmas Carol
1844
The Chimes: A Goblin Story of Some Bells That Rang an Old Year Out and a New Year In
1845
The Cricket on the Hearth: A Fairy Tale of Home
1848
The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain
1852
The Battle of Life
1890
No Thoroughfare
 
 
#13
Novelettes
1859
The Haunted House
1859
Hunted Down
 
 
#14
Writings Collections
1860
The Uncommercial Traveller
1912
Miscellaneous Papers
1912
Contributions to All the Year Round
 
 
#15
Essay Collection
1870
Speeches, Letters and Sayings
 
 
#16
Letter Collection
1982
Letters of Charles Dickens to Wilkie Collins
2 Comments
+2
Level 95
Dec 1, 2017
Good quiz. The two Mrs Lirriper stories both have typos ("Lodings" for Lodgings and "Mr.s" for Mrs. And in the Letters section I put in "Letters to Wilkie Collins" and it didn't accept the answer - it's a bit odd requiring "Charles Dickens's letters to..." when you could have required something similar for a number of other titles. In other words, it would be nice to allow a bit of leeway. But what an extraordinary literary output it is.
+1
Level 60
Dec 1, 2017
Thanks again! Fixed!