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Leticia (not verified)
5 February 2016 12:29 pm Reply

Though it's been more than a century ago since his death, I can still "see" Dickens around us in his books as what he wrote about his time I think continues to be true nowadays (class struggle, child labor). Reading this books and visiting his house can bring us closer to his time (and therefore to ours) and maybe ponder about the importance of doing something as a society to call a halt to the problems we are facing today already existing back then. I'd love to visit his house, without any doubt, a wonderful legacy. Thanks Wendy for the picture. It says it all!

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