Bleak House (Q883305)

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novel by Charles Dickens; published 1852–1853
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Bleak House
novel by Charles Dickens; published 1852–1853

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    London. Michaelmas term lately over, and the Lord Chancellor sitting in Lincoln's Inn Hall. (English)
    "But I know that my dearest little pets are very pretty, and that my darling is very beautiful, and that my husband is very handsome, and that my guardian has the brightest and most benevolent face that ever was seen, and that they can very well do without much beauty in me—even supposing—." (English)
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