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Stories in Short
At twenty-five and owner of his own business, Walter Wilding
thought his world was secure, but it was about to be rocked to its foundations.
based on the novel by Charles Dickens 1812-1870 and Wilkie Collins 1824-1889
Mr Pickwick has embarked on a tour of Kent, and this sunny morning finds him leaning over the parapet of Rochester Bridge, deep in reflection.
by Charles Dickens 1812-1870
Alfred Learns To Read
Even as a child, King Alfred couldn’t resist a challenge.
Extracts from Literature
Brimstone and Treacle
Mrs Squeers has lost the school spoon, and is uncomfortably frank about its importance.
Sir Mulberry Hawk’s coarse conduct towards Kate Nickleby has awoken a spark of decency in Lord Frederick Verisopht.
Experience Does It
Wilkins Micawber had little to give David Copperfield at their parting, save two words of advice.
The Copy Book
Think and Speak