Sketches by Boz
We commenced our last chapter with the beadle of our parish, because we are deeply sensible of the importance and dignity of his office. We will begin the present, with the clergyman. Our curate is a young gentleman of such prepossessing appearance, and fascinating manners, that within one month after his first appearance in the parish, half the young-lady inhabitants were melancholy with religion, and the other half, desponding with love.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - nosajeel - LibraryThing
I had read a number of these before but had never read Sketches by Boz in its entirety. Dickens first book, published when he was twenty-four and already on his third or fourth career, contains his ... Read full review
Review: Sketches by BozUser Review - Todd Stockslager - Goodreads
Review title: Dickens' sketches of life and London Part of the rating of "what a classic" I'm assigning to Boz goes to its place in the canon. Started before his famous novels, as newspaper columns ... Read full review