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A Tale of Two Cities (version 4)

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Charles Dickens


A small group of people become embroiled in the tumultuous events of the French Revolution. - Summary by Brad Filippone

The Pickwick Papers (version 3)

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Charles Dickens


Mr Pickwick, founder of the Pickwick Club, sets out with his three friends, Tupman, Snodgrass, and Winkle, to observe the world. They inten…

Dombey and Son (version 3)

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Charles Dickens


To Paul Dombey, the business is everything, and he must have a son who will learn the business and eventually inherit it. Will his newborn, …

Christmas Books

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Charles Dickens


From 1843 to 1848, Charles Dickens wrote a series of five novellas to be published at Christmas. Most people are familiar with the first, &…

Nicholas Nickleby (Version 4)

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Charles Dickens


After the death of his father, Nicholas must provide for his mother and sister. His wealthy uncle provides him with employment at a boys' s…

2-5 The Jackal

In A Tale of Two Cities (version 4)

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Charles Dickens


A small group of people become embroiled in the tumultuous events of the French Revolution. - Summary by Brad Filippone

The Cricket on the Hearth - Chirp the Third

In Christmas Books

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Charles Dickens


From 1843 to 1848, Charles Dickens wrote a series of five novellas to be published at Christmas. Most people are familiar with the first, &…

2-4 Congratulatory

In A Tale of Two Cities (version 4)

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Charles Dickens


A small group of people become embroiled in the tumultuous events of the French Revolution. - Summary by Brad Filippone

The Battle of Life - Chapter One

In Christmas Books

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Charles Dickens


From 1843 to 1848, Charles Dickens wrote a series of five novellas to be published at Christmas. Most people are familiar with the first, &…

The Cricket on the Hearth - Chirp the First

In Christmas Books

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Charles Dickens


From 1843 to 1848, Charles Dickens wrote a series of five novellas to be published at Christmas. Most people are familiar with the first, &…

The Cricket on the Hearth - Chirp the Second

In Christmas Books

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Charles Dickens


From 1843 to 1848, Charles Dickens wrote a series of five novellas to be published at Christmas. Most people are familiar with the first, &…

2-13 The Fellow of No Delicacy

In A Tale of Two Cities (version 4)

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Charles Dickens


A small group of people become embroiled in the tumultuous events of the French Revolution. - Summary by Brad Filippone

2-12 The Fellow of Delicacy

In A Tale of Two Cities (version 4)

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Charles Dickens


A small group of people become embroiled in the tumultuous events of the French Revolution. - Summary by Brad Filippone

Containing the Sequel of the Midshipman's Disaster

In Dombey and Son (version 3)

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Charles Dickens


To Paul Dombey, the business is everything, and he must have a son who will learn the business and eventually inherit it. Will his newborn, …

2-11 A Companion Picture

In A Tale of Two Cities (version 4)

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Charles Dickens


A small group of people become embroiled in the tumultuous events of the French Revolution. - Summary by Brad Filippone

Paul's Introduction to a New Scene

In Dombey and Son (version 3)

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Charles Dickens


To Paul Dombey, the business is everything, and he must have a son who will learn the business and eventually inherit it. Will his newborn, …

2-10 Two Promises

In A Tale of Two Cities (version 4)

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Charles Dickens


A small group of people become embroiled in the tumultuous events of the French Revolution. - Summary by Brad Filippone

Paul's Education

In Dombey and Son (version 3)

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Charles Dickens


To Paul Dombey, the business is everything, and he must have a son who will learn the business and eventually inherit it. Will his newborn, …

2-9 The Gorgon's Head

In A Tale of Two Cities (version 4)

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Charles Dickens


A small group of people become embroiled in the tumultuous events of the French Revolution. - Summary by Brad Filippone

Shipping Intelligence and Office Business

In Dombey and Son (version 3)

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Charles Dickens


To Paul Dombey, the business is everything, and he must have a son who will learn the business and eventually inherit it. Will his newborn, …

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