: Well, if I'm doing my figuring correctly, the two that
: you've read, Guillermo, that I have not read are Hard
: Times and Nicholas Nickleby. (Although I saw the play
: version of Nickleby on Broadway. Does that count?
: No. I thought not. More class than a mini-series,
: but still...) Anyway, if the three of us decide to
: continue to read novels together, we might want to
: consider another of the Dickens novels you have not
: read in a few months.
: I think it's interesting that we all love Bleak House
: the best.
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: Dickens is definitely one of my favorite novelists. It
: strikes many chords with me, from the rational (I
: think his characterization is superb) to the emotional
: (he was a dear companion in my childhood reading).
: I've read all of his novels except for:
: Dombey and Son (now on page 300+)
: The Old Curiosity Shop
: Martin Chuzzlewit
: Barnaby Rudge
: But I plan to read them all.
: My favorites are Bleak House, Our Mutual Friend, Great
: Expectations, The Pickwick Club, A Tale of Two Cities,
: and David Copperfield, in that order or so.
: I am of course enjoying Dombey and Son a lot, although
: I KNOW the secret (or so I think).
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