Vowel Play #001: Dickens Characters (Female)

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Charles Dickens created many memorable characters, with famously memorable names. The list of female characters below have all had the vowels removed - can you complete the names to find the female names and, for a bonus point, work out which of Dickens’s novels they feature in. Let me know how you do in the comments below - I'm always interested to hear how the puzzles go down.
 
NSTS RGG


MRTH BRDLL


DR SPNLW


JN GRDGRND


TTTYCRM


MM HRDL


LVN WLFR


CLR PGGTTY




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2 comments:

Tom McDonnell said...

I managed to find all but one with the help of Wikipedia and Google. The only one I got without help was Clara Peggotty. Then again the only book I had read from the list was David Copperfield, so I don't feel to bad about that.

NSTS RGG
? Rugg (Little Dorrit)

MRTH BRDLL
Martha Bardell (The Pickwick Papers)

DR SPNLW
Dora Spenlow (David Copperfield)

JN GRDGRND
Jane Gradgrind (Hard Times)

TTTYCRM
Tattycoram (Harriet Beadle) (Little Dorrit)

MM HRDL
Emma Haredale (Barnaby Rudge)

LVN WLFR
Lavinia Wilfer (Our Mutual Friend)

CLR PGGTTY
Clara Peggotty (David Copperfield)

Matthew (The Bibliofreak) said...

Nicely done - it's not an easy puzzle to google is it? I intentionally put in a few slightly obscure one to give people a test.

If you haven't checked out thhe answers then Anastasia was the Rugg you were looking for - lot of vowels in that one!