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" You're quite a powerful speaker, sir." he added, turning to his nephew. "I wonder you don't go into Parliament." "Don't be angry, uncle. Come! Dine with us to-morrow. "
Popular English readings in prose and verse, ed. by R. Ford - 第 41 頁
由 編輯 - 1892
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A Christmas Carol in Prose ; The Chimes ; The Cricket on the Hearth ; The ...

Charles Dickens - 1846 - 342 頁
...hear another sound from you" said Scrooge, "and you'll keep your Christmas by losing your situation! You're quite a powerful speaker, sir," he added, turning...extremity first. "But why?" cried Scrooge's nephew. "Why?" "Because I fell in love." "Because you fell in love!" growled Scrooge, as if that were the only one...
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Tiny Tim [and ] Dot and the Fairy Cricket from the Christmas Stories of ...

Charles Dickens - 1856 - 176 頁
...hear another sound from you" said Scrooge, " and you'll keep your Christmas by losing your situation. You're quite a powerful speaker, sir," he added, turning...Come ! Dine with us tomorrow." Scrooge said that he wouldn't ! " But why ?" cried Scrooge's nephew. " Why ?" " Why did you get married ?" said Scrooge....
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A Christmas Carol

Charles Dickens - 1858 - 100 頁
...hear another sound from you" said Scrooge, " and you'll keep your Christmas by losing your situation ! You're quite a powerful speaker, sir," he added, turning...he would see him in that extremity first. " But why 'I " cried Scrooge's nephew. ".Why ? " " Why did you get married ? " said Scrooge. " Because I fell...
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Child-pictures from Dickens

Charles Dickens - 1867 - 241 頁
...another sound from you" said Scrooge, " and you '11 keep your Christmas by losing your situation. You 're quite a powerful speaker, sir," he added, turning...Don't be angry, uncle. Come! Dine with us to-morrow." " But why ? " cried Scrooge's nephew. " Why ? " " Why did you get married?" said Scrooge. " Because...
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Pen Photographs of Charles Dickens's Readings: Taken from Life

Kate Field - 1868 - 38 頁
...him, and Mr. Dickens says that " Scrooge " said "that he would see him — yes, I am very sorry to say he did, — he went the whole length of the expression, and said he would see him in that extremity, first," — he makes one dive at our sense of humor and takes it...
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Christmas Books

Charles Dickens - 1869 - 411 頁
...losing your situation ; You 're quite a powerful speaker, sir," Бе-added, turning* to his-fiephew. "I wonder you don't go into Parliament." " Don't be angry, uncle. Come ! Dine with us to-morrow." 8creege-8aia-4hat -he-^тицЫ ьее him — yes, indeed he did. He went the whole length of the...
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Speeches, literary and social. With chapters on 'Charles Dickens as a letter ...

Richard Herne Shepherd - 1870
...him, and Mr. Dickens goes on to relate that Scrooge said " he would see him — yes, I am sorry to say he did, — he went the whole length of the expression, and said he would see him in that extremity first." He makes one dive at our sense of humour, and takes it captive....
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Christmas Books, And, Sketches by Boz, Illustrative of Everyday Life and ...

Charles Dickens - 1872 - 568 頁
...sound from you," said Scrooge, " and you'll keep your Christmas by losing your situation! You'reqnitea powerful speaker, sir," he added, turning to his nephew....Dine with us to-morrow." Scrooge said that he would sсе him — yes, indeed he did. He went the whole length of the expression, and said that he would...
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Charles Dickens, the story of his life, by the author of 'The life of ...

John Camden Hotten - 1873
...him, and Mr. Dickens goes on to relate that Scrooge said " he would see him — yes, I am sorry to say he did,— he went the whole length of the expression, and said he would see him in that extremity first." He makes one dive at our sense of humour, and takes it captive....
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Works of Charles Dickens, 第 12 卷

Charles Dickens - 1876
...sound from you," said Scrooge, " and you 'll keep your Christmas by losing your situation ; You 're quite a powerful speaker, sir," he added, turning...with us to-morrow." Scrooge said that he would see him—yes, indeed he did. He went the whole length of the expression, and said that he would see him...
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