Charles Dickens Quotes: The Year Was Dying Early The Leaves Were

The Year Was Dying Early, The Leaves Were Falling Fast, It Was A Raw Cold Day When We Took Possession, And The Gloom Of The House Was Most Depressing. The Cook (an Amiable Woman, But Of A Weak Turn Of Intellect) Burst Into Tears On Beholding The Kitchen, And Requested That Her Silver Watch Might Be Delivered Over To Her Sister (2 Tuppintock's Gardens, Liggs's Walk, Clapham Rise), In The Event Of Anything Happening To Her From The Damp. Streaker, The Housemaid, Feigned Cheerfulness, But Was The Greater Martyr. The Odd Girl, Who Had Never Been In The Country, Alone Was Pleased, And Made Arrangements For Sowing An Acorn In The Garden Outside The Scullery Window, And Rearing An Oak.
— Charles Dickens —

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