Sketches by Boz


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(1836)



Published under Dicken's
pseudonym, this is a
collection of his early
works that had appeared
previously in various
monthly periodicals.

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The Formal Couple, comic song in

Any Victorian comic song experts out there who know what comic song involves "a confession from some imaginary gentleman that he had kissed a female"?


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Why is it that while we all acknowledge the genius of Dickens's descriptions and know that this is what initially drove him to write, we incessantly ignore his books of pure description? Is it that we are far too accustomed to plot and narrative or due to ignorance that these works still exist?


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