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Kate Douglas Wiggin recalled her childhood train ride in the 1840's in which she was able to have a chat with one of her favorite authors, Charles Dickens (1812-1870), as he traveled the United States on a reading tour.

"'Of course, I do skip some of the very dull parts once and a while; not the short dull parts but the long ones.' He laughed heartily. 'Now that is something that I hear very little about' he said".

     


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A Child's Interview With Dickens   (The Literary Digest, 1912)

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