Think how impossible it is that it ever can be better if you continue to live as you have lived, and how certain it is that it must be worse.

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item featured_uraniaThink how impossible it is that it ever can be better if you continue to live as you have lived, and how certain it is that it must be worse” is a quotation taken from An Appeal To Fallen Women.

 

 

Context.

item An Appeal To Fallen Women was a pamphlet Charles Dickens wrote in 1849 for distribution amongst women in prisons, in the hope of volunteering themselves for help at Urania Cottage, a home for ‘fallen women’ at Shepherd’s Bush established by Dickens and the philanthropist Angela Burdett-Coutts.

 

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