Our Mutual Friend

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Our Mutual Friend was the fourteenth and last complete novel from Victorian author Charles Dickens, first published between 1864 and 1865.

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The train rattled among the house-tops, and among the ragged sides of houses torn down to make way for it, and over the swarming streets, and under the fruitful earth, until it shot across the river: bursting over the quiet surface like a bomb-shell, and gone again as if it had exploded in the rush of smoke and steam and glare.

Charles Dickens Our Mutual Friend Quotations (Book 4, Chapter 11). The train rattled among the house-tops, and among the ragged sides of houses torn down to make way for it, and over the swarming streets, and under the fruitful earth, until it shot across the river: bursting over the quiet surface like a bomb-shell, and gone again as if it had exploded in the rush of smoke and steam and glare.

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