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He was conscious of a thousand odours floating in the air, each one connected with a thousand thoughts, and hopes, and joys, and cares long, long, forgotten! ~ A Christmas Carol (Share this Quote)

"You fear the world too much," she answered, gently. "All your other hopes have merged into the hope of being beyond the chance of its sordid reproach. I have seen your nobler aspirations fall off one by one, until the master-passion, Gain, engrosses you." ~ A Christmas Carol (Share this Quote)

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The noise in this room was perfectly tumultuous, for there were more children there, than Scrooge in his agitated state of mind could count; and, unlike the celebrated herd in the poem, they were not forty children conducting themselves like one, but every child was conducting itself like forty. ~ A Christmas Carol (Share this Quote)

In short, I should have liked, I do confess, to have had the lightest licence of a child, and yet to have been man enough to know its value. ~ A Christmas Carol (Share this Quote)

"Let's be a comfortable couple, and take care of each other! And if we should get deaf, or lame, or blind, or bed-ridden, how glad we shall be that we have somebody we are fond of, always to talk to and sit with!" ~ Nicholas Nickleby (Share this Quote)

There were many many blessings that he had inadequately felt, there were many trivial injuries that he had not forgiven, there was love that he had but poorly returned, there was friendship that he had too lightly prized: there were a million kind words that he might have spoken, a million kind looks that he might have given, uncountable slight easy deeds in which he might have been most truly great and good. O for a day (he would exclaim), for but one day to make amends! ~ The Long Voyage (Share this Quote)

"When you have once gone into Society, you mustn't come out of it." ~ Going into Society (Share this Quote)

There are very few moments in a man's existence when he experiences so much ludicrous distress, or meets with so little charitable commiseration, as when he is in pursuit of his own hat. ~ The Pickwick Papers (Share this Quote)

Poetry makes life what light and music do the stage. ~ The Pickwick Papers (Share this Quote)

When a man bleeds inwardly, it is a dangerous thing for himself; but when he laughs inwardly, it bodes no good to other people. ~ The Pickwick Papers (Share this Quote)

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