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August 12, 2013

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#9 Christmas Carol was published in 1843, not 1844.

*blinks* You're right! Well spotted! Now excuse me while I put on my dunce cap and go sit in the corner . . .

I noted this as well. Gina, you missed a great Dickens Universe on Edwin Drood and The Moonstone, including a lecture by the semi-famous Christopher Lord. Next year's book is Our Mutual Friend, which just so happens to be the next book in my Dickens Junction series (The Edwin Drood Murders will be released next month). I would love to meet you there....

That's great to hear, Christopher! I'm thinking of going to next year's Dickens Fellowship conference in Chicago, though, so I don't know if I can do both. So many events, so little time . . .

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