Quiz: Which Charles Dickens Novel Should You Read?

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Trying to decide which Charles Dickens book to read? Why not settle the matter with a quiz? Answer these questions and I’ll tell you which Charles Dickens novel you should read!

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Charles Dickens Quiz

With fifteen novels to his name, it’s hard to choose which Charles Dickens book you should start with…or which you should read next. There’s a wide range of opinion on which is his “best” novel; Great Expectations, Bleak House, David Copperfield, and A Tale of Two Cities get a lot of attention and love. And then there’s the not-very-talked-about novels like Martin Chuzzlewit or Barnaby Rudge that are big question marks for most of us, or the super-long novels like Little Dorrit or Dombey and Son that we wonder are worth our time (but of course they are!)

So, to give you a jumping off point, take this fun and very unscientific quiz to get paired with a Charles Dickens novel! When you’re done, share the quiz with other people who you feel ought to read more Dickens(;

And if you want an overview of all of Charles Dickens’s novels (and novellas), check out this post for a complete list of Charles Dickens books in order, with summaries.

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Quiz: Which Charles Dickens Novel Should You Read?
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