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date: 23 April 2024

ghost stories 

Source:
The Oxford Reader's Companion to Dickens
Author(s):
Deborah A. ThomasDeborah A. Thomas

occupied a significant place in Dickens's life and work. ‘Among his good things’, according to Forster, ‘should not be omitted his telling of a ghost story’ (11.3). However, despite Dickens's liking for such stories, he remained largely sceptical about their claims. In a ... ...

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