Charles Dickens Quote

The jovial party broke up next morning. Breakings-up are capital things in our school-days, but in after life they are painful enough. Death, self-interest, and fortune's changes, are every day breaking up many a happy group, and scattering them far and wide; and the boys and girls never come back again.


The Fireside Dickens. Complete ed (ed. 1903)

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The jovial party broke up next morning. Breakings-up are capital things in our school-days, but in after life they are painful enough. Death,...

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The jovial party broke up next morning. Breakings-up are capital things in our school-days, but in after life they are painful enough. Death,...

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The jovial party broke up next morning. Breakings-up are capital things in our school-days, but in after life they are painful enough. Death,...

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The jovial party broke up next morning. Breakings-up are capital things in our school-days, but in after life they are painful enough. Death,...