An Homage to Dickens on Dickens’ Bicentenary

At Salon.com, writer Pauls Toutonghi explains why he regrets not having read Dickens earlier in his life, and what he’s been doing lately to cope with that oversight.

Should this inspire any reluctant or procrastinating Dickens reader to make the plunge himself/herself, the easiest and cheapest way to get hold of a (printed) copy of one of his books is to make a visit to your nearest public library….

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