A tale of individual city: Dickensian London
To scratch the Dickens bicentenary, the graveyard is hosting Dickens tours.Charles Dickens is depicted by by Robert William Buss sleeping all the rage his study by Gads mound Place, Higham, Kent all the rage 1875. Dickens with his daughters Mary and Kate during the backyard next to Gads mound Place, 1865 The exhibition skin texture the desk so as to Dickens wrote next to. Charles Dickenss chair, by the side of which he wrote A Tale of Two Cities. Upholstered and buttoned leather chair with twisted legs decorated with acanthus leaves, formerly belonged to Charles Dickens. Dickens was photographed by the side of this chair several time around 1859.
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