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Sketches by Boz is a collection of short pieces published by Charles Dickens in 1836. Dickens' career as a writer of fiction truly began with this collection in 1833, when he started writing humorous sketches for The Morning Chronicle, using the pen-name 'Boz'. The first edition was accompanied by illustrations

  • Sketches by Boz
  • Charles Dickens
  • Part 1 Our Parish
  • Chapter 1 The Beadle. The Parish Engine. The Schoolmaster
  • Chapter 2 The Curate. The Old Lady. The Half-Pay Captain
  • Chapter 3 The Four Sisters
  • Chapter 4 The Election for Beadle
  • Chapter 5 The Broker's Man
  • Chapter 6 The Ladies' Societies
  • Chapter 7 Our Next-Door Neighbour
  • Part 2 Scenes
  • Chapter 1 The Streets - Morning
  • Chapter 2 The Streets - Night
  • Chapter 3 Shops and Their Tenants
  • Chapter 4 Scotland-Yard
  • Chapter 5 Seven Dials
  • Chapter 6 Meditations in Monmouth-Street
  • Chapter 7 Hackney-Coach Stands
  • Chapter 8 Doctors' Commons
  • Chapter 9 London Recreations
  • Chapter 10 The River
  • Chapter 11 Astley's
  • Chapter 12 Greenwich Fair
  • Chapter 13 Private Theatres
  • Chapter 14 Vauxhall-Gardens by Day
  • Chapter 15 Early Coaches
  • Chapter 16 Omnibuses
  • Chapter 17 The Last Cab-Driver, and the First Omnibus Cad
  • Chapter 18 A Parliamentary Sketch
  • Chapter 19 Public Dinners
  • Chapter 20 The First of May
  • Chapter 21 Brokers' And Marine-Store Shops
  • Chapter 22 Gin-Shops
  • Chapter 23 The Pawnbroker's Shop
  • Chapter 24 Criminal Courts
  • Chapter 25 A Visit to Newgate
  • Part 3 Characters
  • Chapter 1 Thoughts About People
  • Chapter 2 A Christmas Dinner
  • Chapter 3 The New Year
  • Chapter 4 Miss Evans and the Eagle
  • Chapter 5 The Parlour Orator
  • Chapter 6 The Hospital Patient
  • Chapter 7 The Misplaced Attachment of Mr. John Dounce
  • Chapter 8 The Mistaken Milliner. A Tale of Ambition
  • Chapter 9 The Dancing Academy
  • Chapter 10 Shabby-Genteel People
  • Chapter 11 Making a Night of It
  • Chapter 12 The Prisoners' Van
  • Part 4 Tales
  • Chapter 1 The Boarding-House
  • Chapter 2 Mr. Minns and His Cousin
  • Chapter 3 Sentiment
  • Chapter 4 The Tuggses at Ramsgate
  • Chapter 5 Horatio Sparkins
  • Chapter 6 The Black Veil
  • Chapter 7 The Steam Excursion
  • Chapter 8 The Great Winglebury Duel
  • Chapter 9 Mrs. Joseph Porter
  • Chapter 10 A Passage in the Life of Mr. Watkins Tottle
  • Chapter 11 The Bloomsbury Christening
  • Chapter 12 The Drunkard's Death
  • Part 5 Sketches of Young Gentlemen
  • The Bashful Young Gentleman
  • The Out-and-Out Young Gentleman
  • The Very Friendly Young Gentleman
  • The Military Young Gentleman
  • The Political Young Gentleman
  • The Domestic Young Gentleman
  • The Censorious Young Gentleman
  • The Funny Young Gentleman
  • The Theatrical Young Gentleman
  • The Poetical Young Gentleman
  • The "Throwing-Off" Young Gentleman
  • The Young Ladies' Young Gentleman
  • Conclusion
  • Part 6 Sketches of Young Couples
  • An Urgent Remonstrance
  • The Young Couple
  • The Formal Couple
  • The Loving Couple
  • The Contradictory Couple
  • The Couple Who Dote Upon Their Children
  • The Cool Couple
  • The Plausible Couple
  • The Nice Little Couple
  • The Egotistical Couple
  • The Couple Who Coddle Themselves
  • The Old Couple
  • Conclusion
  • Part 7 The Mudfog and Other Sketches
  • Public Life of Mr. Tulrumble - Once Mayor Of Mudfog
  • Full Report of the First Meeting of the Mudfog Association for the Advancement of Everything
  • Full Report of the Second Meeting of the Mudfog Association for the Advancement of Everything
  • The Pantomime of Life
  • Some Particulars Concerning a Lion
  • Mr. Robert Bolton - The "Gentleman Connected with the Press"
  • Familiar Epistle from a Parent to a Child Aged Two Years and Two Months
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