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" Cratchit to the skies, while he (not proud, although his collars nearly choked him) blew the fire, until the slow potatoes, bubbling up, knocked loudly at the saucepan lid to be let out and peeled. "What has ever got your precious father, then? "
Pen Photographs of Charles Dickens's Readings: Taken from Life - Página 31
por Kate Field - 1871 - 152 páginas
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A New Spirit of the Age, Volumen1

Richard H. Horne - 1844 - 343 páginas
...the way out again ;"* and the potatoes, which, after Cratchit had blown the fire, " bubbled up, and knocked loudly at the saucepan lid, to be let out, and peeled"! — these are among the innumerable instances to which we have alluded. These descriptions and ' "racteristics...
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Speeches, literary and social. With chapters on 'Charles Dickens as a letter ...

Charles Dickens - 1870 - 372 páginas
...for gold, shows that Mr. Dickens's power is not purely comic. But the best of all, is Stave Three. We distinctly see that "Cratchit" family. There are the potatoes that " knocked loudly at the saucepan-lid to be let out and peeled ;" there is Mrs. Cratchit, fluttering and cackling like a motherly...
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Charles Dickens, the story of his life, by the author of 'The life of ...

John Camden Hotten - 1873
...for gold, shows that Mr. Dickens's power is not purely comic. But the best of all, is Stave Three. We distinctly see that " Cratchit " family. There are the potatoes that " knocked loudly at the saucepan-lid to be let out and peeled ;" there is Mrs. Cratchit, fluttering and cackling like a motherly...
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Christmas Stories from Household Words and All the Year Round

Charles Dickens - 1884
...(not proud, although his collar near choked him) blew the fire, until the slow potatoes bubbling up, knocked loudly at the saucepan lid to be let out and peeled. "What has ever got your precious father, then?" said Mrs. Cratchit. "And your brother, Tiny Tim! And...
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A Christmas carol, and The chimes

Charles Dickens - 1886 - 192 páginas
...proud, although his collars nearly choked him) blew the fire, until the slow potatoes, bubbling up, knocked loudly at the saucepan lid to be let out and peeled. "What has ever got your precious father, then ?" said Mrs. Cratchit. " And your brother, Tiny Tim ?...
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The Writings of Charles Dickens, Volumen24

Charles Dickens - 1894
...(not proud, although his collars near choked him) blew the fire, until the slow potatoes, bubbling up, knocked loudly at the saucepan lid to be let out and peeled. " What has ever got your precious father, then ? " said Mrs. Cratchit. " And your brother Tiny Tim...
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Hazen's Primer and First-[fifth] Reader, Libro 5

Marshman William Hazen - 1896
...(not proud, although his collar nearly choked him) blew the fire until the slow potatoes, bubbling up, knocked loudly at the saucepan lid to be let out and peeled. " What has ever got your precious father then ?" said Mrs. Cratchit. "And your brother, Tiny Tim? And...
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School Reading by Grades: First[-eighth] Year, Libros 4-5

James Baldwin - 1897
...proud, although his collar nearly choked him) blew the fire, until the slow potatoes bubbling 5 up knocked loudly at the saucepan lid to be let out and peeled. " What has ever got your precious father then ? " said Mrs. Cratchit, " And your brother, Tiny Tim...
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School Reading by Grades, Volumen2

Baldwin - 1897
...proud, although his collar nearly choked him) blew the fire, until the slow potatoes bubbling 5 up knocked loudly at the saucepan lid to be let out and peeled. " What has ever got your precious father then ? " said Mrs. Cratchit. " And your brother, Tiny Tim...
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A Christmas Carol: With Numerous Original Illustrations by George T. Tobin

Charles Dickens - 1899 - 122 páginas
...proud, although his collars nearly choked him) blew the fire, until the slow potatoes, bubbling up, knocked loudly at the saucepan lid to be let out and peeled. " What has ever got your precious father, then ? " said Mrs. Cratchit. " And your brother, Tiny Tim...
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