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Dickens has always been a master at characterization and this is evident in Bleak House. Considered his greatest masterpiece it is a "must read" for any Dickens fanPublished 8 hours ago by Julie Sortor
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Son has to read this for school. He liked it and passed his class. Shipped on time.Published 4 days ago by self
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No review for the content is necessary. This is one of the best books ever written. The edition itself is beautiful with a high quality binding and cover.Published 18 days ago by Igor R
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