Charles Dickens

“In the meantime, the place became dilapidated, the wind whistled through the cracked walls, the rain fell through the broken roof, the weeds choked the passage to the rotting door. When I brought what remained of him home here, the brains seemed to me to have been blown out of the house too, it was so shattered and ruined.”


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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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