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Wrote Parliamentary sketches under the pen-name 'Boz'

(1841) Novel: "Barnaby Rudge" (filmed as Barnaby Rudge (1915), Dolly Varden (1913), Barnaby Rudge (1911), "Barnaby Rudge" (1960))

(1854) Novel: "Hard Times" (filmed as Tempos Difíceis (1988), Hard Times (1915), "Hard Times" (1994), "Hard Times" (1977)).

Novel: "Christmas Stories"

Story: "The Signalman" (filmed as The Signalman (1976) (TV)).

(1865) Story: "Our Mutual Friend" (filmed as "Our Mutual Friend" (1998), "Our Mutual Friend" (1976)).

Story: "Eugene Wrayburn" (filmed as Eugene Wrayburn (1911)).

Story: "Mrs. Lirriper's Lodgers" (filmed as Mrs. Lirriper's Lodgers (1912)).

Story: "Mr. Horatio Sparkins" (filmed as Mr. Horatio Sparkins (1913)).

Short story: "Cricket on the Hearth" (filmed as The Cricket on the Hearth (1914/I), The Cricket on the Hearth (1914/II), The Cricket on the Hearth (1909), Cricket on the Hearth (1967) (TV)).

Short story: "The Chimes" (filmed as The Chimes (1914/I), The Chimes (1914/II)).

Novel: "Martin Chuzzlewit" (filmed as Martin Chuzzlewit (1914), Martin Chuzzlewit (1912), "Martin Chuzzlewit" (1994), "Martin Chuzzlewit" (1964)).

Novel: "Bleak House" (filmed as Bleak House (1926), Bleak House (1922), Bleak House (1920), Jo the Crossing Sweeper (1918), "Bleak House" (2005), "Bleak House" (1959)).

Novel: "Dombey and Son" (filmed as Rich Man's Folly (1931), Dombey and Son (1919), Dombais et fils (2007) (TV), "Dombey & Son" (1983), "Dombey and Son" (1969), "Os irmãos Dombey" (1959)).

(1836) Novel: "The Pickwick Papers" (filmed as The Pickwick Papers (1952), The Adventures of Mr. Pickwick (1921), The Pickwick Papers (1913), The Pickwick Papers (1913), Mr. Pickwick's Predicament (1912), "The Pickwick Papers" (1985), "Il circolo Pickwick" (1968), "Les aventures de Monsieur Pickwick" (1964)).

(1859) Novel: "A Tale of Two Cities" (filmed as A Tale of Two Cities (1958), A Tale of Two Cities (1935), The Only Way (1925), A Tale of Two Cities (1922), A Tale of Two Cities (1917), A Tale of Two Cities (1911), A Tale of Two Cities (1907), "A Tale of Two Cities" (1989), A Tale of Two Cities (1984) (TV), A Tale of Two Cities (1980) (TV), "A Tale of Two Cities" (1980), "A Tale of Two Cities" (1965), "A Tale of Two Cities" (1957), "The Plymouth Playhouse: A Tale of Two Cities: Part 1 (#1.4)" (1953), "The Plymouth Playhouse: A Tale of Two Cities: Part 2 (#1.5)" (1953), "The DuPont Show of the Month: A Tale of Two Cities (#1.7)" (1958)).

Novel: "The Old Curiosity Shop" (filmed as Mr. Quilp (1975), The Old Curiosity Shop (1934), La bottega dell'antiquario (1921), The Old Curiosity Shop (1921), The Old Curiosity Shop (1913), The Old Curiosity Shop (1912), The Old Curiosity Shop (1911), The Old Curiosity Shop (2007) (TV), The Old Curiosity Shop (1995) (TV), "The Old Curiosity Shop" (1979), "The Old Curiosity Shop" (1962), The Old Curiosity Shop (1984), The Old Curiosity Shop (1912))

Novel: "Little Dorrit" (filmed as Little Dorrit (1987), Little Dorrit (1934), Little Dorrit (1920), Klein Doortje (1917), Little Dorrit (1913), "Little Dorrit" (2008), "Le théâtre de la jeunesse: La petite Dorrit" (1961)).

Novel: "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" (filmed as The Mystery of Edwin Drood (1993), Mystery of Edwin Drood (1935), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (1914), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (1909), "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" (1960)).

(1861) Novel: "Great Expectations" (filmed as Great Expectations (1998), Great Expectations (1971), Great Expectations (1946), Great Expectations (1934), Great Expectations (1917), The Boy and the Convict. (1909), Great Expectations (1999) (TV), "Great Expectations" (1989), Great Expectations (1983) (TV), "Great Expectations" (1981), Great Expectations (1974) (TV), "Great Expectations" (1967), "As Grandes Esperanças" (1961), "Great Expectations" (1959)), "Wagon Train: The Tom Tuckett Story (#3.21)" (1960)).

(1839) Novel: "Nicholas Nickleby" (filmed as Nicholas Nickleby (2002), The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (1947), Nicholas Nickleby (1912), Nicholas Nickleby (1903), The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (2001) (TV), "The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby" (1982), "Nicholas Nickleby" (1977), "Nicholas Nickleby" (1968), "Nicholas Nickleby" (1957)).

(1837) Novel: "Oliver Twist" (filmed as Oliver Twist (2005), Boy Called Twist (2004), Twist (2003), The Adventures of Oliver Twist (1991), Oliver & Company (1988), Oliver! (1968), Oliver Twist (1948), Oliver Twist (1933), Oliver Twist (1922/I), Fagin (1922), Nancy (1922), Oliver Twist, Jr. (1921), Die Geheimnisse von London - Die Tragödie eines Kindes (1920), Twist Olivér (1919), Oliver Twist (1916), Oliver Twist (1912/I), Oliver Twist (1912/II), Oliver Twist (1910), Oliver Twist (1909), A Modern Oliver Twist (1906), Mr. Bumble the Beadle (1898), Death of Nancy Sykes (1897), "Oliver Twist" (2007), "Oliver Twist" (1999), "The Wonderful World of Disney: Oliver Twist (#1.9)" (1997), "Les nouvelles aventures d'Oliver Twist" (1997), "Oliver Twist" (1985), Oliver Twist (1982/I) (TV), Oliver Twist (1982/II) (TV), Oliver Twist (1974), "The Further Adventures of Oliver Twist" (1980), "Le théâtre de la jeunesse: Oliver Twist" (1962), "Oliver Twist" (1960), "Oliver Twist" (1955), Oliver Twist (1907))

(1843) Novel: "A Christmas Carol" (filmed as A Christmas Carol (2009), The Nutcracker: A Christmas Story (2007) (V), A Christmas Carol: The Musical (2004) (TV), Christmas Carol: The Movie (2001), Timeless (1998) (V), An All Dogs Christmas Carol (1998) (V), A Christmas Carol (1997) (V), A Christmas Carol (1994) (V), The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992), Scrooged (1988), Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983), Scrooge (1970), It's Never Too Late (1956), A Christmas Carol (1951), Leyenda de Navidad (1947), A Christmas Carol (1938), Scrooge (1935), Scrooge (1928), A Christmas Carol (1923), Scrooge (1922), The Right to Be Happy (1916), A Christmas Carol (1914), Old Scrooge (1913), The Virtue of Rags (1912), A Christmas Carol (1910), A Christmas Carol (1908), Scrooge; or Marley's Ghost (1901), Karroll's Christmas (2004) (TV), A Christmas Carol: The Musical (2004) (TV), Scrooge and Marley (2001) (TV), A Christmas Carol (2000) (TV), Christmas Glory 2000 (2000) (TV), A Christmas Carol (1999) (TV), Ms. Scrooge (1997) (TV), Ebenezer (1998) (TV), Bah, Humbug!: The Story of Charles Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol' (1994) (TV), A Christmas Carol (1994) (TV), Scrooge: A Christmas Sarah (1990) (TV), Blackadder's Christmas Carol (1988) (TV), John Grin's Christmas (1986) (TV), A Christmas Carol (1984) (TV), A Christmas Carol (1984) (TV), A Christmas Carol (1981) (TV), A Christmas Carol at Ford's Theatre (1979) (TV), Skinflint: A Country Christmas Carol (1979) (TV), An American Christmas Carol (1979) (TV), The Stingiest Man in Town (1978) (TV), Scrooge (1978) (TV), A Christmas Carol (1977) (TV), A Christmas Carol (1971) (TV), A Christmas Carol (1969) (TV), A Carol for Another Christmas (1964) (TV), Mr. Scrooge (1964) (TV), "O Velho Scrooge" (1963), Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol (1962) (TV), Ein Weihnachtslied in Prosa oder Eine Geistergeschichte zum Christfest (1960) (TV), Story of the Christmas Carol (1955) (TV), Ein Weihnachtslied in Prosa (1955) (TV), "Ponds Theater: A Christmas Carol (#1.11)" (1953), A Christmas Carol (1950) (TV), The Christmas Carol (1949) (TV), A Christmas Carol (1947) (TV), A Christmas Carol (1943) (TV), "General Electric Theater: The Trail to Christmas (#6.11)" (1957), "The Alcoa Hour: The Stingiest Man in Town (#2.7)" (1956)).

(1850) Novel: "David Copperfield" (filmed as David Copperfield (2009) (TV), David Copperfield (1935), David Copperfield (1922), David Copperfield (1913), David Copperfield (1911), David Copperfield (2000) (TV), "David Copperfield" (1999), David Copperfield (1993) (TV), "David Copperfield" (1986), David Copperfield (1983) (TV), "David Copperfield" (1974), David Copperfield (1970) (TV), "David Copperfield" (1966), "David Copperfield" (1958)).

(1899) Stage: Wrote (w/William Henry Wills) "The Only Way", performed at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, England, with Martin Harvey in the cast.

Story: "The Signal-Man"

Story: "To Be Taken with a Grain of Salt" (aka "Trial for Murder")

Book: "A Child's History of England"

(1893) Collection: "Letters".

(2013-2014 Season) His novel, "Great Expectations," was performed at the Strawdog Theatre Ensemble in Chicago, Illinois. Jason Gerace was director. John Kelly was lighting designer.

(1976-1977) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was director.

(1977-1978) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was director.

(1980-1981) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Laird Williamson and Dennis Powers in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was director.

(1978-1979) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Laird Williamson and Dennis Powers in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was director.

(1979-1980) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Laird Williamson and Dennis Powers in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was director.

(1982-1983) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was also director.

(1981-1982) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was also director.

(1983-1984) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Laird Williamson and Dennis Powers in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was also director.

(1984-1985) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Laird Williamson and Dennis Powers in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was also director.

(1985-1986) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Laird Williamson and Dennis Powers in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was also director.

(1988-1989) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Laird Williamson and Dennis Powers in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was also director.

(1986-1987) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Laird Williamson and Dennis Powers in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was also director.

(1987-1988) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Laird Williamson and Dennis Powers in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was also director.

(1989-1990) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was director.

(1989-1990) His novel, "A Tale of Two Cities," was adapted by Nagle Jackson in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Sabin Epstein was director.

(1990-1991) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was director.

(1991-1992) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was also director.

(1991-1992) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was original director. David Maier was director.

(1993-1994) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was original director. David Maier was director.

(1998-1999) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was also original director. Candace Barrett and Raye Birk were directors.

(1997-1998) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was also original director. Candace Barrett was director.

(1996-1997) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was also original director. Candace Barrett was director.

(2000-2001) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was original director. Candace Barrett and Raye Birk were directors.

(1999-2000) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was original director. Candace Barrett and Raye Birk were directors.

(2002-2003) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Craig Staight was director. Laird Williamson was original director.

(2001-2002) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Margo Whitcomb was director. Laird Williamson was original director.

(2003-2004) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was original director. Carey Perloff was also director.

(2003-2004) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Laird Williamson was original director. Craig Staight was director.

(2004-2005) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Dennis Powers and Laird Williamson in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Craig Staight was director.

(2007-2008) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Paul Walsh and Carey Perloff in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Carey Perloff was director.

(2006-2007) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Paul Walsh and Carey Perloff in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Carey Perloff was director.

(2009-20010) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Domenique Lozano was director. Carey Perloff was original director.

(2008-2009) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Domenique Lozano was director. Carey Perloff was original director.

(2010-2011) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Domenique Lozano was director. Carey Perloff was original director.

(2011-2012) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Domenique Lozano was director. Carey Perloff was original director.

(2012-2013) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Domenique Lozano was director. Carey Perloff was original director.

(2014-2015) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Paul Walsh and Carey Perloff in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Domenique Lozano was the director. Carey Perloff was the original director.

(2013-2014) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Paul Walsh and Carey Perloff in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. Domenique Lozano was the director. Carey Perloff was the original director.

(1975) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Laird Williamson and Dennis Powers in an American Conservatory Theatre production in San Francisco, California with William Paterson (Ebenezer Scrooge) in the cast.

(2005) His novel, "A Christmas Carol," was adapted by Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California.

(1991-1992 Season) His novel, "Great Expectations," was adapted by Robert Johanson at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Michael James Read, Elizabeth Franz and Nancy Bell in the cast. Robert Johanson was director. Michael Anania was scenic designer. Tim Hunter was lighting designer. Gregg Barnes was costume designer.

(June 15 to August 9, 1986) His novel, "The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby," was adapted by David Edgar in the Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Trevor Nunn and John Caird were directors.


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