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January 01, 2012

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Hooray for 2012 and the Bicentennial! And congratulations on the 1000th post! :)

I was hoping to contribute a post reviewing The World of Charles Dickens by Angus Wilson, Great Expectations: A Novel of Friendship, and Two Histories of England by Jane Austen and Charles Dickens (specifically his piece)? I could make the reviews short into one post or three different posts.

It depends: How in-depth do you want to go with them? If you only want to do one or two paragraphs on each, one review might do it; if you want to do more, better make it two or three posts.

What a specific site - cool!

I came to your blog from Jon Acuff’s site. He has created a tremendous forum for sharing our blogs and impacting more people with them.

I hope my blog can be an encouragement to you also.

I write it for encouragement and motivation daily.

http://i-never-fail.blogspot.com

Thanks for sharing. Looking forward to watching the connections grow!

Welcome, Craig! Thanks for stopping by and commenting! :-)

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WELCOME

  • A blog for all things Dickens -- quotes, reflections, adaptations, references and tributes from other authors, and more.

Happy 200th, Mr. Dickens!

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