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  1. Dora Annie Dickens (16 August 1850 – 14 April 1851) was the infant daughter of English novelist Charles Dickens and his wife Catherine. She was the ninth of their ten children, and the youngest of their three daughters.

  2. Dora Annie Dickens (August 16, 1850 – April 14, 1851) Dora was named after Dora Spenlow, a character in David Copperfield. In the novel, Dora is the child bride of the title character and dies young as a result of a miscarriage. The real Dora also died young. She went into convulsions and died suddenly; she was not quite 8 months old.

  3. 5 de jul. de 2012 · Dora Annie Dickens (1850-1851) – Dora was named after a character from one of her father’s novels, Dora from David Copperfield. Dora was never a strong baby and died when she was only eight months old.

  4. 9 de mar. de 2022 · Dora Annie Dickens (1850-1851) - Dickens' ninth child was born during the writing of David Copperfield and was named for David's wife (Slater, 2009, p. 312). A sickly child, she died at eight months old (Ackroyd, 1990, p. 627-628).

  5. Sir Henry Fielding Dickens, Q. C. ("Harry," 1849-1933), a Cambridge graduate, sportsman, and lawyer; father of novelist Monica Dickens. 9. Dora Annie Dickens (1850-1851), named after the first wife of David Copperfield, died in infancy on 14 April 1851. 10. Edward Bulwer Lytton Dickens

  6. Charles and Catherine Dickens 's ninth child and third daughter was Dora Annie Dickens (1850-1851), who lived just eight months.

  7. › wiki › Dora_SpenlowDora Spenlow - Wikipedia

    Dora Spenlow is a character in the 1850 novel David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. She is beautiful but childish. David, who is employed by her father, the lawyer Mr Spenlow, falls in love with Dora at first sight and marries her.