I took a good deal o’ pains with his eddication, sir; let him run in the streets when he was wery young, and shift for hisself. It’s the only way to make a boy sharp, sir.

Background.

There is a box of barristers on their right handitemI took a good deal o’ pains with his eddication, sir; let him run in the streets when he was wery young, and shift for hisself. It’s the only way to make a boy sharp, sir.” is a quotation taken from The Pickwick Papers (Chapter 20).

item The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club, more commonly now known as simply The Pickwick Papers was Charles Dickens‘s first novel, published between 1836 and 1837.

 

Context.

item In this quotation, the character Sam Weller seems to have spotted a correlation between the number of oysters stalls in poorer areas.

item Taken from the following passage of Chapter 20 of The Pickwick Papers:

 

 

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