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Tuesday, June 09, 2015
Charles Dickens Died On This Day In 1870
Actor Simon Callow walks us through some of the London locations that were important to Dickens, from the Strand – where his parents married – to the site of the blacking factory near Hungerford Bridge where he worked aged 12.
Dr. Caligari's Cabinet
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