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What the Dickens? A quiz

This quiz will test how well you know your Charles Dickens novels. Each question consists of the names of three characters from a single novel – all you have to do is select which novel that is, from the choice on offer.

Dickens often titled his novels by using the name of the leading character, so I could have made this quiz extremely easy by including that name as one of the three characters. But guess what? I didn’t! Sorry!

  • Joe Gargery, Jaggers, Abel Magwitch

    • Oliver Twist
    • David Copperfield
    • Great Expectations
    • Little Dorrit
  • Newman Noggs, Sir Mulberry Hawk, Wackford Squeers

    • Nicholas Nickleby
    • Our Mutual Friend
    • The Pickwick Papers
    • Barnaby Rudge
  • Tom Pinch, Sarah Gamp, Seth Pecksniff

    • David Copperfield
    • Great Expectations
    • Bleak House
    • Martin Chuzzlewit
  • Louisa Gradgrind, Stephen Blackpool, Josiah Bounderby

    • A Tale of Two Cities
    • Hard Times
    • Bleak House
    • A Christmas Carol
  • Emily Wardle, Alfred Jingle, Sam Weller

    • The Pickwick Papers
    • The Mystery of Edwin Drood
    • Dombey and Son
    • Oliver Twist
  • Harriet Carker, Edith Granger, Captain Cuttle

    • Little Dorrit
    • Our Mutual Friend
    • Dombey and Son
    • Barnaby Rudge
  • Richard Carstone, Esther Summerson, Inspector Bucket

    • Bleak House
    • A Tale of Two Cities
    • Great Expectations
    • Nicholas Nickleby
  • Nancy, Mr Brownlow, Bill Sikes

    • David Copperfield
    • Oliver Twist
    • Dombey and Son
    • Martin Chuzzlewit
  • Bradley Headstone, Noddy Boffin, Silas Wegg

    • Little Dorrit
    • Dombey and Son
    • Bleak House
    • Our Mutual Friend
  • Betsey Trotwood, Wilkins Micawber, Uriah Heep

    • David Copperfield
    • A Christmas Carol
    • Nicholas Nickleby
    • Martin Chuzzlewit

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