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Tag Archives: A Tale of Two Cities
That Summer I Almost Hated Charles Dickens
With tomorrow being Bastille Day, Modern Philosophers, my mind can’t help but drift back to that Summer when I started to hate Charles Dickens. It was the Summer before eighth grade. Or was it the Summer after seventh grade? It’s … Continue reading
Posted in Holidays, Humor, Philosophy Tagged A Tale of Two Cities, Bastille Day, Books, Charles Dickens, Humor, life, literature, Modern Philosopher, Reading, Sarcasm, satire 30 Comments