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March 14, 2016

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I couldn't agree more and am delighted to find this page. I'm a member of the Dickens Fellowship in Melbourne, Australia and am writing an article in the same vein for our newsletter. I've also responded to a blog that is as irresponsible as this article. It's as if an industry has sprung up hell bent on making personal attacks on Dickens through biographies, twitterings and ladies' book clubs. It is a disappointing and disquieting trend. Your 'blog' is a welcome relief!

Thanks so much for that, Patricia! You're so right about the plethora of attacks -- it's like people think the only good reason to bring up Dickens is if he can provide a sensation or a scandal to gossip about. So silly and disheartening. Best of luck with your article!

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