You may have noticed that I haven’t blogged in a while. Well, I have a confession to make about that.
I cheated on Charlie.
It wasn’t intentional, I promise. 903 more words
fter combating, for nearly a week, the feeling which impelled me to revisit the place I had quitted under the circumstances already detailed, I yielded to it at length; and determining that this time I would present myself by the light of day, bent my steps thither early in the morning. 1,595 more words
The Old Curiosity Shop, by Charles Dickens
And that’s all!
However, as that’s rather dull, I’ll share my favorite passages about Dick Swiveller: he beats up Quilp, charms even Sally Brass, is most gallant even to lowliest person, behaves perfectly even in the most embarrassing circumstances, and is apt in quotation—what more can you ask?. 1,243 more words
The Old Curiosity Shop was first published in Charles Dickens’s weekly serial Master Humphrey’s Clock. Dickens originally intended the story to be narrated by the character Master Humphrey, but quickly changed his mind, and only the first three chapters are written in that form, with the narrator never being named. 2,941 more words