Charles Dickens’s Sketches by Boz: Our Parish.

 

Our Parish is a series of 7 sketches written by Charles Dickens covering stories of London scenes and people. The series, along with Scenes, Characters and Tales form the 56 sketches that make up Sketches by Boz, published in 1836.

You can read all the Sketches by Boz on The Circumlocution Office. Use the navigation bar to move between the sketches.

 

Chapter 1. THE BEADLE. THE PARISH ENGINE. THE SCHOOLMASTER.

Chapter 2. THE CURATE. THE OLD LADY. THE HALF-PAY CAPTAIN.

Chapter 3. THE FOUR SISTERS.

Chapter 4. THE ELECTION FOR BEADLE.

Chapter 5. THE BROKER’S MAN.

Chapter 6. THE LADIES’ SOCIETIES.

Chapter 7. OUR NEXT-DOOR NEIGHBOUR.

 

He parted his hair on the centre of his forehead in the form of a Norman arch.

Quote from Chapter 2 (The Curate. The Old Lady. The Half-Pay Captain).

 

 

 

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