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Tongue—, well that’s a wery good thing when it ain’t a woman’s.

Background. “Tongue—, well that’s a wery good thing when it ain’t a woman’s.” is a quotation taken from The Pickwick Papers (Chapter 19). 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. Quotation said by the character […]

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David Copperfield.

We talk about the tyranny of words, but we like to tyrannize over them too; we are fond of having a large superfluous establishment of words to wait upon us on great occasions; we think it looks important, and sounds well.

Background. “We talk about the tyranny of words, but we like to tyrannize over them too; we are fond of having a large superfluous establishment of words to wait upon us on great occasions; we think it looks important, and sounds well.” is a quotation from David Copperfield (Chapter 52). David Copperfield is the eighth […]

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