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I'm dismayed by the whole idea, I'll admit, partly because it seems like such a waste of resources. Especially when adaptations of the books are so few and far between, and the last couple the BBC did were so disappointing. I can't see Shakespeare getting the same treatment - Romeo and Rosalind, or Hamlet meets Falstaff - so why do it to Dickens? However you have been very fair here.

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