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Catherine Dickens by Samuel Lawrence She was the eldest daughter of 10 children to George Hogarth. Her father was a journalist for the Edinburgh Courant, and later became a writer and music critic for the Morning Chronicle , where Dickens was a young journalist, and later the editor of the Evening Chronicle.
Dickens immediately took a liking to the intelligent and beautiful 19 year old Catherine and invited her to his 23rd birthday party. They set up a home in Bloomsbury , and went on to have ten children. During that period, Charles wrote that even if he were to become rich and famous, he would never be as happy as he was in that small flat with Catherine. It was not unusual for the unwed sister of a new wife to live with and help a newly married couple.
Dickens became very attached to Mary, and she died in his arms after a brief illness in She became a character in many of his books, and her death is fictionalised as the death of Little Nell. During their trip, Dickens wrote in a letter to a friend that Catherine never felt gloomy or lost courage throughout their long journey by ship, and "adapted to any circumstances without complaint".
In a subsequent performance, Catherine Dickens, who had a minor role, fell through a trap door injuring her left ankle. It contained many suggested menus for meals of varying complexity together with a few recipes. It went through several editions until Over the subsequent years, Dickens found Catherine an increasingly incompetent mother and housekeeper and blamed her for the birth of their 10 children, which caused him financial worries.
He had hoped to have no more after the birth of their fourth son Walter, and he claimed that her coming from a large family had caused so many children to be born. He even tried to have her diagnosed as mentally ill in order to commit her in an insane asylum.
As well as this, to ensure no more children could be born, he ordered their bed to be separated and put a bookshelf in between them. Separation[ edit ] Catherine Dickens c. A bracelet intended for Ellen Ternan had supposedly been delivered to the Dickens household some months previously, leading to accusation and denial. On 12 June , he published an article in his journal, Household Words , denying rumours about the separation while neither articulating them nor clarifying the situation.
Some domestic trouble of mine, of long-standing, on which I will make no further remark than that it claims to be respected, as being of a sacredly private nature, has lately been brought to an arrangement, which involves no anger or ill-will of any kind, and the whole origin, progress, and surrounding circumstances of which have been, throughout, within the knowledge of my children. It is amicably composed, and its details have now to be forgotten by those concerned in it By some means, arising out of wickedness, or out of folly, or out of inconceivable wild chance, or out of all three, this trouble has been the occasion of misrepresentations, mostly grossly false, most monstrous, and most cruel — involving, not only me, but innocent persons dear to my heart And whosoever repeats one of them after this denial, will lie as wilfully and as foully as it is possible for any false witness to lie, before heaven and earth.
He sent this statement to the newspapers, including The Times , and many reprinted it. He fell out with Bradbury and Evans , his publishers, because they refused to publish his statement in Punch as they thought it unsuitable for a humorous periodical.
Another public statement appeared in the New York Tribune , which later found its way into several British newspapers. In this statement, Dickens declared that it had been only Georgina Hogarth who had held the family together for some time I will merely remark of [my wife] that some peculiarity of her character has thrown all the children on someone else. I do not know — I cannot by any stretch of fancy imagine — what would have become of them but for this aunt, who has grown up with them, to whom they are devoted, and who has sacrificed the best part of her youth and life to them.
She has remonstrated, reasoned, suffered, and toiled, again and again, to prevent a separation between Mrs. Dickens and me. Dickens has often expressed to her sense of affectionate care and devotion in her home — never more strongly than within the last twelve months. On her deathbed in , Catherine gave the collection of letters she had received from Dickens to her daughter Kate , telling her to "Give these to the British Museum — that the world may know [Charles] loved me once".
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