A Message from the Sea
In the backdrop of nautical life, Dickens has created this remarkable work with riveting twists and turns. The uncertainty of life on sea and the joy of unexpected surprises are beautifully portrayed. Dickens presents the virtues of perseverance and honesty in this work and shows the glimmer of hope in disappointing circumstances.
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