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Guest Article: Charles Dickens’ Top Five Horrible Words for Halloween

We don’t know how Charles Dickens felt about Halloween. Our horrid holiday wasn’t much on the radar for the average Victorian Brit. They categorically preferred December as their season of spooks – witnessed by literature’s most famous ghost story, Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. But had Dickens known what Halloween would soon become, he would have […] The post Guest Article: Charles Dickens’ Top Five Horrible Words for Halloween appeared first on Anglotopia.
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