Here are the 15 longest novels by Charles Dickens ranked by word count:

  1. David Copperfield: 357,489
  2. Dombey and Son: 357,484
  3. Bleak House: 355,936
  4. Little Dorrit: 339,870
  5. Martin Chuzzlewit: 338,077
  6. Our Mutual Friend: 327,727
  7. Nicholas Nickleby: 323,722
  8. The Pickwick Papers: 302,190
  9. Barnaby Rudge: 255,229
  10. The Old Curiosity Shop: 218,538
  11. Great Expectations: 186,339
  12. Oliver Twist: 158,631
  13. A Tale of Two Cities: 137,000
  14. Hard Times: 104,821
  15. The Mystery of Edwin Drood: 96,178 (first 6 of 12 parts only)

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