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Charles Dickens had an innate talent for creating stirring and believable environs for his characters to coexist in. His ability to "set the scene" and create an atmosphere
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“SImply and utterly magnificent reading.”
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“Charles Dickens' heartbreaking tale of honour, love and redemption set in London at Paris at the time of the French Revolution.”
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About this book


Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Richard Maxwell.
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ISBN-10: 0141439602
ISBN-13: 978-0141439600
Author: Charles Dickens
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Penguin Classics
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