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    Mary Scott Hogarth (26 October 1819 – 7 May 1837) was the sister of Catherine Dickens (née Hogarth) and the sister-in-law of Charles Dickens. Hogarth first met Charles Dickens at age 14, and after Dickens married Hogarth's sister Catherine, Mary lived with the couple for a year.

  2. Mary Scott Hogarth (Edimburgo, Reino Unido, 26 de octubre de 1819 [nota 1] - Londres, Reino Unido, 7 de mayo de 1837 [nota 2] ) era la hermana de Catherine Dickens —cuyo apellido de soltera era Hogarth— y, por tanto, cuñada del escritor Charles Dickens.

  3. Escribió desde América a Forster diciéndole que sentía que tras su muerte, el espíritu de Mary había visitado las maravillas de la naturaleza en “múltiples ocasiones… desde que su afable rostro se evaporó de mi vista terrenal” (Forster, I, 171).

  4. Mary Hogarth was the younger sister of Catherine Dickens, who came to live with the Dickenses when they moved here to 48 Doughty Street in March 1837. Six weeks later, Mary died suddenly, aged just 17. Her death was an enormous shock to both Catherine and Charles.

  5. 11 de oct. de 2011 · But what about the elusive Mary Hogarth? Mary, the younger sister of Catherine, lived with the couple in their happier, early years, and died suddenly, inexplicably, at the age of 17.

  6. Bestselling author Jane Green reveals the secrets of her success and how her writing partner helps her get to the end of her first draft. As told to Mary Hogarth. Read more. . . Jane Green reveals. . . (Writers’ Forum) Minette Walters. Let your characters tell their story

  7. Numerous critics and biographers, in particular the noted Dickens scholar and former editor of The Dickensian, Dr. Michael Slater, have written extensively on the massive influence that the memory of the dead seventeen-year-old Scottish girl exerted upon Dickens throughout his career.