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July 24, 2011

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I don't remember the book too well, but I do think the miniseries from the '80s (which is quite close to the book) is very eerie. Great story though--its "melancholy" doesn't get in the way of its excellence, in my opinion. :) I love rewatching Martin Chuzzlewit, and maybe the fact that the conflict/atmosphere is intense has something to do with it.

I think that our blogs have a significant overlap! It's period drama-orientated and the one and only Dickens has featured heavily and will continue to do so. Check it out at - www.perioddramaking.blogspot.com and do keep up the good, Dickensian work! Or, I'll swing for ya, workus!

We are very glad to see you, Brian, very! :-) Thanks for dropping by. Your blog looks fascinating and I look forward to exploring it more!

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