The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit

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While writing "Martin Chuzzlewit" - his sixth novel - Dickens declared it 'immeasurably the best of my stories.' He was already famous as the author of "The Pickwick Papers" and "Oliver Twist". Set partly in America, which Dickens had visited in 1842 ...Continua
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Wrote 9/1/12
Too Many Coincidences
A good story, which at times is very funny. The better understanding of a previous era is also worth the read. The problem is that there are too many coincidences, ending with almost every character in the book coming together at the finale even thou...Continua

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