The Novels and Tales of Charles Dickens, (Boz.).

Lea and Blanchard, 1849

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Sivu 127 - If it wasn't for the nerve a little sip of liquor gives me (I never was able to do more than taste it), I never could go through with what I sometimes has to do. "Mrs Harris," I says, at the very last case as ever I acted in, which it was but a young person, "Mrs Harris...
Sivu 13 - Some people likened him to a direction-post, which is always telling the way to a place, and never goes there: but these were his enemies; the shadows cast by his brightness ; that was all. His very throat was moral. You saw a good deal of it. You looked over a very low fence of white cravat (whereof no man had ever beheld the tie, for he fastened it behind), and there it lay, a valley between two jutting heights of collar, serene and whiskerless before you. It seemed to say, on the part of Mr. Pecksniff,...
Sivu 55 - Sir, he's cleaning the back parlour window," said the temporary head of the philosophical class. % " So he is, to be sure," rejoined Squeers. " We go upon the practical mode of teaching, Nickleby ; the regular education system. C-1-ean, clean, verb active, to make bright, to scour. Win, win, der, der, winder, a casement. When the boy knows this out of •book, he goes and does it. It's just the same principle as the use of the globes. Where's the second boy Î " " Please, Sir, he's weeding the garden,"...

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