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Hablot Knight Browne
Birth date: July 12, 1815
Died: July 08, 1882
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Book Ramblings
Book Ramblings rated it 4 years ago
Bleak House the novel is – as you would expect – pretty bleak, but Bleak House the eponymous house in the book is one of the happier places to be found therein. In any case this being a Dickens novel you should not expect a wall to wall bleak fest. You would need to pop over to Hardyverse (also call...
La Mala *the mean girl*
La Mala *the mean girl* rated it 4 years ago
Kindred's Reading Challenge: #5 A novel from the 1800s
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Melissa Wiebe's Blogs rated it 4 years ago
I don't know why but this has become one of my favourite novels; I think it has partly to do with the historical detail, but it probably it is more likely due to the fact that Dickens uses language so well and allows the reader to be drawn into the story as much as possible. So when a readalong was...
The English Student
The English Student rated it 5 years ago
I've enjoyed Little Dorrit quite a lot more than I've enjoyed some other Dickens novels, Bleak House in particular. Sure, Little Dorrit is arguably less funny than the others, but it's also richer, and more tragic. I particularly liked the descriptions of Marseilles and Rome and Venice: they are not...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 5 years ago
bookshelves: published-1853 Read in January, 2007 Oh this was good - internal combustion, the token child's deathbed scene, scatty and quirky characters with loopy names, villains to hiss at and I feel Bucket did a pretty good Poirot impersonation. Five star goodness.ETA: 9/3/2012: 6 likes
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