Charles Dickens Quote

There are three hundred sixty-five days in the year - three hundred and sixty-six in a leap year - and he may die on anyone of 'em.


Martin Chizzlewit (Volume 4), Chapter XLVI (p. 131)

Picture Quote 1

There are three hundred sixty-five days in the year - three hundred and sixty-six in a leap year - and he may die on anyone of 'em.

Picture Quote 2

There are three hundred sixty-five days in the year - three hundred and sixty-six in a leap year - and he may die on anyone of 'em.

Picture Quote 3

There are three hundred sixty-five days in the year - three hundred and sixty-six in a leap year - and he may die on anyone of 'em.

Picture Quote 4

There are three hundred sixty-five days in the year - three hundred and sixty-six in a leap year - and he may die on anyone of 'em.