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PAGE-80 What has he been guilty of? Murder, manslaughter, arson, forgery, swindling, house- breaking, highway robbery, larceny, conspiracy, fraud? Which should you say, now?’ ‘I should say,’ returned Arthur Clennam, observing a faint smile in … Continue reading "Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. PAGE -80, 81"

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PAGE-78 If you get it (which you may after a time), that memorial must be entered in that Department, sent to be registered in this Department, sent back to be signed by that Department, sent … Continue reading "Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. PAGE-78, 79"

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PAGE-76, 77 ‘I want to know–‘ ‘Look here. Upon my soul you mustn’t come into the place saying you want to know, you know,’ remonstrated Barnacle junior, turning about and putting up the eye-glass. ‘I … Continue reading "Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. PAGE-76, 77"

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PAGE -74 The footman was to the Grosvenor Square footmen, what the house was to the Grosvenor Square houses. Admirable in his way, his way was a back and a bye way. His gorgeousness was … Continue reading "Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. PAGE-74, 75"

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As a Barnacle he had his place, which was a snug thing enough; and as a Barnacle he had of course put in his son Barnacle Junior in the office. But he had intermarried with … Continue reading "Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. PAGE -72, 73"

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It is true that How not to do it was the great study and object of all public departments and professional politicians all round the Circumlocution Office. It is true that every new premier and … Continue reading "Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. PAGE-70, 71"

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PAGE -68 Arthur Clennam looked at Little Dorrit with the expression of one saying, ‘May I ask who this is?’ Little Dorrit, whose hand this Maggy, still calling her little mother, had begun to fondle, … Continue reading "Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. PAGE68, 69"

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PAGE -66 ‘I mean detaining creditors, who keep him where he is?’ ‘Oh yes! a great number.’ ‘Can you tell me–I can get the information, no doubt, elsewhere, if you cannot–who is the most influential … Continue reading "Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. PAGE-66,67"

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PAGE-64 ‘Will you go by the Iron Bridge,’ said he, ‘where there is an escape from the noise of the street?’ Little Dorrit answered, if he pleased, and presently ventured to hope that he would … Continue reading "Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. PAGE-64, 65."

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PAGE-62 He then observed that in the parlour window was a blind with the inscription, MR CRIPPLES’s ACADEMY; also in another line, EVENING TUITION; and behind the blind was a little white-faced boy, with a … Continue reading "Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. PAGE-62, 63"

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PAGE-58 ‘You’ve done it,’ observed Tip; ‘you must be sharper than that next time.’ ‘But you are locked in too,’ said Arthur. ‘I believe I am!’ said Tip, sarcastically. ‘About! But not in your way. … Continue reading "Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. PAGE-58, 59"

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PAGE -61 When he fell asleep, she came before him in her wheeled chair, warding him off with this justification. When he awoke, and sprang up causelessly frightened, the words were in his ears, as … Continue reading "Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens. PAGE -61"

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