Did Charles Dickens win any awards?

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Charles Dickens didn't win any awards or prizes. He was a writer who published very many major novels and a large number of short stories. His novels were initially serialized in weekly and monthly magazines but were then later reprinted in standard book formats.
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I assume you're referring to the original Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939), not the 1969, 1984 or 2002 remakes. You can check them all out at this website: The 1939 version won the following
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Charles Dickens was an English Victorian writer and the creator of some of the most memorable fictional characters in the world. There are no records on the internet indicating weather he ever won any award. However an adaptation film of his novella 'A Christmas Carol' with the same title won an Academy Award in 1971.
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