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Charles Dickens's Great Disappointments: His Children
Robert Gottlieb: "Now people, if they think of Dickens' children at all, say, 'Oh, they were failures.' But they weren't. ... What's interesting is not just that he expected so much of them, but that we, because they are the children of Charles Dickens, expect so much from them." Salon 12/09/12
Posted December 11, 2012 12:20 AM

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