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January 24, 2011


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Edwin Drood! Well, I guess I ought to read it now. :) It's been sitting on my bookshelf for a long time.

Ooh, fascinating! Edwin Drood's better since it's rarely adapted - I wonder how they'll treat the ending? :)

I agree, I hope there are other adaptations! And you know I was crazy about the old BBC radio adaptation of DC so AToTC and MC should be pretty great. ♥

Come on, two other BBCs, give me some David Copperfield love!

I'm wondering about that myself, Nina. There's a limited number of options there, I would think -- unless they decided to really mess with our heads and turn Rosa evil, or something!

That's the either intriguing or scary thing - they can do whatever they want with the ending, really, for better or worse! :P

Oh my gosh, this is wonderful! :D I am so excited!!!

2012 could be interesting. It is way past time for another version of "A Tale of Two Cities"

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