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Dickens is a master of description. His familiarity with the heart's riches is deep. It's a timeless story of goodness and redemptive love.
Not much to say, a classic that raises social issues that still apply today.Published 2 days ago by Joaquin Chas
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A classic Dickensian tale of the French revolution. Probably not too accurate historically, but a good read.Published 4 days ago by R. Larson
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