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Household Words, taking its name from a line William Shakespeare's Henry V ("Familiar in his mouth as household words"), was a weekly magazine edited by Charles Dickens running from 1850-1859. The serial featured fiction and non-fiction, including excerpts of Dickens' novel Hard Times. Its non-fiction components focused on the plight of the working classes and other social issues.
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Journalism Studies | Literature in English, British Isles
"Household Words, Vol. 8-13 (part 2)" Whitworth University (1854). Household Words, 1850-1859.