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15-07-27 Weekly Photo Challenge: Close Up

“With affection beaming in one eye and calculation shining out of the other.”

Charles Dickens

Challenge: Close Up

This past weekend I participated in a workshop led by  56 more words

Photography

The Rant of Edwin Drood, chapter 17

Previously on The Mystery of Edwin Drood

  • The Rev. Crisparkle went skinny-dipping in December.
  • Neville was banished from Cloisterham because racism.
  • Jasper un-flounced from LiveJournal.
  • 1,928 more words
Rant

No, no, no, no....

I wonder what Charles Dickens would’ve though of the variety of mediums used to interpret his books.

I think he would’ve loved film and television, stage he was very keen on himself but musicals…i’m not sure! 129 more words

Charles Dickens

5 Things I've Learned About Charles Dickens

I’ve always been a reader. From the days when I nervously stumbled my way through my first picture book, to my adulthood spent with my nose in a novel, reading has always been an essential part of me. 975 more words

Our Mutual Friend Tweets: The Big Reveal!

As we come to the end of our blogging and tweeting adventure, we will be hosting a gathering after this year’s Dickens Day on Saturday 10th October at Senate House, London, at which our anonymous tweeters will be revealed! 36 more words

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Report of a Sunday in Lancashire

Last weekend I ventured over to Lancashire. I’d been invited to a garden party at a friend’s allotment (dress code: fascinator and wellies) in Higher Walton, near Preston. 360 more words

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