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date: 21 April 2024

Church of England. 

Source:
The Oxford Reader's Companion to Dickens
Author(s):
Robert NewsomRobert Newsom

The established Church of England (officially ‘Protestant’ after 1689, though even in Dickens's day some members objected to the term), into which Dickens was baptized and to which he belonged throughout his life, except for a brief interval in the 1840s when he attended ... ...

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