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Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Rich folks may ride on camels, but it Rich folks may ride on camels, but it ain't so easy for 'em to see out of a needle's eye. Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Some women's faces are, in their brightness, a Some women's faces are, in their brightness, a prophecy; and some, in their sadness, a history. Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Some people are nobody's enemies but their own Some people are nobody's enemies but their own Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Craig Schaefer: It's like a Charles Dickens orphanage collided with It's like a Charles Dickens orphanage collided with a furniture-store showroom. Craig Schaefer
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: The heavy bell of St. Paul's cathedral rang The heavy bell of St. Paul's cathedral rang out, announcing the death of another day. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: I have often remarked- I suppose everybody has- I have often remarked- I suppose everybody has- that one's going away from a familiar place, would seem to be the signal for a change in it. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Stephen King: Of course they had more chains on him Of course they had more chains on him than Scrooge saw on Marley's ghost, but he could have kicked up dickens if he'd wanted. That's a pun, son. — Stephen King
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Commence," was Monsieur Defarge's not unreasonable reply, "at Commence," was Monsieur Defarge's not unreasonable reply, "at the commencement. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: A day wasted on others is not wasted A day wasted on others is not wasted on one's self. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Along the Paris streets, the death-carts rumble, hollow Along the Paris streets, the death-carts rumble, hollow and harsh. Six tumbrils carry the day's wine to La Guillotine. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: It's not personal; it's professional: only professional. It's not personal; it's professional: only professional. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: CHAPTER LII THE JEW'S LAST NIGHT ALIVE CHAPTER LII THE JEW'S LAST NIGHT ALIVE — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Hours are golden linksGod's tokens reaching heaven. Hours are golden links
God's tokens reaching heaven. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Country IX. The Gorgon's Head X. Two Promises Country IX. The Gorgon's Head X. Two Promises XI. A Companion Picture XII. The Fellow — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: To close the eyes, and give a seemly To close the eyes, and give a seemly comfort to the apparel of the dead, is poverty's holiest touch of nature. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: If you find yourselves in cuttings or in If you find yourselves in cuttings or in tunnels, don't you play no secret games, Keep your whistles going, and let's know where you are. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: A boy's story is the best that is A boy's story is the best that is ever told. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: For not an orphan in the wide world For not an orphan in the wide world can be so deserted as the child who is an outcast from a living parent's love. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Don't be afraid! We won't make an author Don't be afraid! We won't make an author of you, while there's an honest trade to be learnt, or brick-making to turn to. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: CHAPTER XVII OLIVER'S DESTINY, CONTINUING UNPROPITIOUS, BRINGS A CHAPTER XVII OLIVER'S DESTINY, CONTINUING UNPROPITIOUS, BRINGS A GREAT MAN TO LONDON TO INJURE HIS REPUTATION — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: my brother's cognac and tobacco talk my brother's cognac and tobacco talk — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: It's a gloomy thing, however, to talk about It's a gloomy thing, however, to talk about one's own past, with the day breaking. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: She's the sort of woman now,' said Mould, She's the sort of woman now,' said Mould, ... 'one would almost feel disposed to bury for nothing: and do it neatly, too! — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: David Copperfield from head to foot! Calls a David Copperfield from head to foot! Calls a house a rookery when there's not a rook near it, and takes the birds on trust, because he sees the nests! — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Connie Willis: And every place and time an author writes And every place and time an author writes about is imaginary, from Oz to Raymond Chandler's L.A. to Dickens's London. — Connie Willis
Dickens's Quotes By Andrew Davies: Taking the humour out of Dickens, it's not Taking the humour out of Dickens, it's not Dickens any more. — Andrew Davies
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Tongue; well that's a wery good thing when Tongue; well that's a wery good thing when it an't a woman. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Women can always put things in fewest words. Women can always put things in fewest words. Except when it's blowing up; and then they lengthens it out. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: [S]he stood for some moments gazing at the [S]he stood for some moments gazing at the sisters, with affection beaming in one eye, and calculation shining out of the other. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: "It's nothing," returned Mrs Chick. "It's merely change "It's nothing," returned Mrs Chick. "It's merely change of weather. We must expect change." — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Danielle Steel: What's ready? Was Steinback ready? Hemingway? Shakespeare? Dickens? What's ready? Was Steinback ready? Hemingway? Shakespeare? Dickens? Jane Austen? They just did it, didn't they? — Danielle Steel
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Persons don't make their own faces, and it's Persons don't make their own faces, and it's no more my fault if mine is a good one than it is other people's fault if theirs is a bad one. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Any man may be in good spirits and Any man may be in good spirits and good temper when he's well dressed. There ain't much credit in that. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: It's only about young Twist, my dear,' said It's only about young Twist, my dear,' said Mr. Sowerberry. 'A very good-looking boy, that, my dear. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Her father, cheering her, showed a compassionate superiority Her father, cheering her, showed a compassionate superiority to this woman's weakness, which was wonderful to see. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: What I said had nothing to do with What I said had nothing to do with you. Why need you go trying on other people's hats? — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: CHAPTER L MR. TOOTS'S COMPLAINT CHAPTER L MR. TOOTS'S COMPLAINT — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Your Honour, unless your Honour, without a moment's Your Honour, unless your Honour, without a moment's loss of time, makes sail for the nearest shore, this is a doomed ship, and her name is the Coffin! — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: In the Destroyer's steps there spring up bright In the Destroyer's steps there spring up bright creations that defy his power, and his dark path becomes a way of light to Heaven. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: A boy with Somebody-else's pork pie! Stop him! A boy with Somebody-else's pork pie! Stop him! — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: That sort of half sigh, which, accompanied by That sort of half sigh, which, accompanied by two or three slight nods of the head, is pity's small change in general society. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By David Nicholls: It's in vain to recall the past, unless It's in vain to recall the past, unless it works some influence upon the present. Charles Dickens, David Copperfield — David Nicholls
Dickens's Quotes By Kim Dickens: Steve Zahn and I like to go to Steve Zahn and I like to go to dinner, and we love to go to Chef Donald Link's Herb Saint. — Kim Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By W.S. Gilbert: Who knows but we may count among our Who knows but we may count among our intellectual chickens
Like them an Earl of Thackeray and p'raps a Duke of
Dickens — W.S. Gilbert
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Marley's Ghost bothered him exceedingly. Marley's Ghost bothered him exceedingly. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Sandra Schwab: and white wrappers, and this only changed in and white wrappers, and this only changed in the 1860s. But Uncle Allan is quite taken with Dickens's and Thackeray's — Sandra Schwab
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: He wouldn't hear of anybody's paying taxes, though He wouldn't hear of anybody's paying taxes, though he was very patriotic. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: CHAPTER XLII AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE OF OLIVER'S, EXHIBITING CHAPTER XLII AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE OF OLIVER'S, EXHIBITING DECIDED MARKS OF GENIUS, BECOMES A PUBLIC CHARACTER IN THE METROPOLIS — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Why, how's this?' muttered the Jew: changing countenance; Why, how's this?' muttered the Jew: changing countenance; 'only two of 'em? Where's the third? They can't have got into trouble. Hark! — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: We must leave the discovery of this mystery, We must leave the discovery of this mystery, like all others, to time, and accident, and Heaven's pleasure. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Jane Hamilton: In Charles Dickens's books I had to admire In Charles Dickens's books I had to admire the way the meanest enemies spoke to each other, with what seemed to me to be the greatest civility. — Jane Hamilton
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Some conjurers say that number three is the Some conjurers say that number three is the magic number, and some say number seven. It's neither my friend, neither. It's number one. (Fagin) — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Anonymous: Charles Dickens [Project Gutenberg Editor's Note: There is Charles Dickens [Project Gutenberg Editor's Note: There is also another version of this work etext98/grexp10.txt — Anonymous
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: His pain is over. It's better as it His pain is over. It's better as it is!' Mrs. Tugby tried to comfort her with kindness. Mr. Tugby tried philosophy. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: "Lord bless you!" said Mr. Omer, resuming his "Lord bless you!" said Mr. Omer, resuming his pipe, "a man must take the fat with the lean; that's what he must make up his mind to, in this life. " — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Scrooge never painted out Old Marley's name. There Scrooge never painted out Old Marley's name. There it stood, years afterwards, above the warehouse door: Scrooge — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Heavy drops fall - drip, drip, drip - Heavy drops fall - drip, drip, drip - upon the broad flagged pavement, called from old time the Ghost's Walk, all night. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Paul Rhys: I'm totally obsessed with Dickens, and 'Great Expectations' I'm totally obsessed with Dickens, and 'Great Expectations' was one of the first book's I read when I was still in school in Porthcawl. — Paul Rhys
Dickens's Quotes By Jo Walton: I nearly fell asleep over Dickens in English. I nearly fell asleep over Dickens in English. Mind you, he's snoozeworthy at the best of times. — Jo Walton
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Alice!" said the visitor's mild voice, "am I Alice!" said the visitor's mild voice, "am I late to-night?"
"You always seem late, but are always early. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Christmas is a poor excuse every 25th of Christmas is a poor excuse every 25th of December to pick a man's pockets. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: I believe that the heaviest blow ever dealt I believe that the heaviest blow ever dealt at liberty's head will be dealt by this nation in the ultimate failure of its example to the earth. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Fortune or misfortune, a man can but try; Fortune or misfortune, a man can but try; there's not to be done without trying - accept laying down and dying. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Take nothing on its looks; take everything on Take nothing on its looks; take everything on evidence. There's no better rule. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: It is the last straw that breaks the It is the last straw that breaks the camel's back. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: When a plunge is to be made into When a plunge is to be made into the water, it's of no use lingering on the bank. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: It's humbug still!" said Scrooge. "I won't believe It's humbug still!" said Scrooge. "I won't believe it. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Death is Nature's remedy for all things, Death is Nature's remedy for all things, — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: The habit of paying compliments kept a man's The habit of paying compliments kept a man's tongue oiled without any expense. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: "Well," said my aunt, "this is his boy "Well," said my aunt, "this is his boy - his son. He would be as like his father as it's possible to be, if he was not so like his mother, too." — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: No space of regret can make amends for No space of regret can make amends for one life's opportunity misused — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Give Pirrip as my father's family name, on Give Pirrip as my father's family name, on the authority of his tombstone and my sister, - Mrs. Joe Gargery, who married the blacksmith. As — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: The society of girls is a very delightful The society of girls is a very delightful thing, Copperfield. It's not professional, but it's very delightful. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: It's over, and can't be helped, and that's It's over, and can't be helped, and that's one consolation, as they always say in Turkey, when they cut the wrong man's head off. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: They'll not blame me. They'll not object to They'll not blame me. They'll not object to me. They'll not mind what I do, if it's wrong. I'm only Mr. Dick. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: I ain't took so many year to make I ain't took so many year to make a gentleman, not without knowing what's due to him. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: said Mr. Toots, whose fervour of acquiescence was said Mr. Toots, whose fervour of acquiescence was greatly heightened by his entire ignorance of the Captain's meaning. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Town VIII. Monseigneur in the Country IX. The Town VIII. Monseigneur in the Country IX. The Gorgon's Head — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: CHAPTER XXX RELATES WHAT OLIVER'S NEW VISITORS THOUGHT CHAPTER XXX RELATES WHAT OLIVER'S NEW VISITORS THOUGHT OF HIM — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: I was a blacksmith's boy but yesterday; I I was a blacksmith's boy but yesterday; I am - what shall I say I am today? — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Give me a moment, because I like to Give me a moment, because I like to cry for joy. It's so delicious, John dear, to cry for joy. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Probably every new and eagerly expected garment ever Probably every new and eagerly expected garment ever put on since clothes came in, fell a trifle short of the wearer's expectation. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Not to know that no space of regret Not to know that no space of regret can make amends for one life's misused oppurtunities! — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Mr. Vholes's office, in disposition retiring and in Mr. Vholes's office, in disposition retiring and in situation retired, is squeezed up in a corner and blinks at a dead wall. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Anne Rice: I claim Dickens as a mentor. He's my I claim Dickens as a mentor. He's my teacher. He's one of my driving forces. — Anne Rice
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: In came the cook, with her brother's particular In came the cook, with her brother's particular friend, the milkman. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: Don't believe that,' said Fagin. 'When a man's Don't believe that,' said Fagin. 'When a man's his own enemy, it's only because he's too much his own friend. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: I never heerd ... nor read of nor I never heerd ... nor read of nor see in picters, any angel in tights and gaiters ... but ... he's a reg'lar thoroughbred angel for all that. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: This history must sometimes see with Little Dorrit's This history must sometimes see with Little Dorrit's eyes, and shall begin that course by seeing him. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: As to sleep, you know, I never sleep As to sleep, you know, I never sleep now. I might be a Watchman, except that I don't get any pay, and he's got nothing on his mind. — Charles Dickens
Dickens's Quotes By Charles Dickens: In Town VIII. Monseigneur in the Country IX. In Town VIII. Monseigneur in the Country IX. The Gorgon's Head X. Two Promises XI. A Companion Picture — Charles Dickens