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Bleak House

a novel (1852) by Charles Dickens. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • We said no more about it, nor did he say a word about the future of Bleak House.

    Bleak House Charles Dickens
  • Mrs. Manning was the original of the maid Hortense in "Bleak House."

  • On one occasion the reverse was the case, as in "Bleak House," which was issued in 1857.

    Dickens' London Francis Miltoun
  • It is very difficult to know what to do; but at Bleak House we have not that difficulty.

    A City Schoolgirl May Baldwin
  • I think you will find some good going in the next "Bleak House."

  • Chancery Lane is largely identified with the story of "Bleak House."

    Dickens' London Francis Miltoun
  • I shall not be able to do it until after finishing "Bleak House," but I shall do it the more easily for having the books by me.

  • It was this difficulty which confronted Dickens when he wrote “Bleak House.”

    Wild Wales George Borrow

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