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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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The Yale Literary Magazine, Volumen19,Tema 1

1853
...credit, lean Mrs. Todgers, which shall make thee beautiful;" and how " the slow potatoes bubbling up, knocked loudly at the saucepan lid to be let out and peeled." This is quaint. We love his descriptions—of the scene from Rochester bridge in the sixth chapter...
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Works . 30 vols. Some vols. have been repr. from stereotype plates, Volumen12

Charles Dickens - 1887
...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. " Here's Martha, mother ! " said a girl, appearing as she spoke. " Here's Martha, mother ! " cried...
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