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7 Delightful Dickensian Words

Bryan Kozlowski, author of What the Dickens?!: Distinctly Dickensian Words and How to Use Them, has collected 200 words used by Dickens, some of them drawn from the life around him, some of his own invention, and puts them in the context of 19th century England and Dickens’s body of work.
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