Charles Dickens

“My dear!” I remonstrated, in allusion to the epithet and the vigorous emphasis Miss Jellyby set upon it. “Your duty as a child—” “Oh! Don’t talk of duty as a child, Miss Summerson; where’s Ma’s duty as a parent? All made over to the public and Africa, I suppose! Then let the public and Africa show duty as a child; it’s much more their affair than mine. You”


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The Complete Works of Charles Dickens (with commentary, plot summaries, and biography on Dickens) The Complete Works of Charles Dickens by Charles Dickens
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