The Venice Sketchbook - Rhys Bowen - A Short Summary and Review

Little Dorrit - Charles Dickens - A Short Summary & Review

A short summary of the book Little Dorrit:

A little loyalty between debtors in their bureaucratic fight.

My favorite Charles Dickens Quote from the book:

"One always begins to forgive a place as soon as it is left behind."


Questions I pondered while reading Little Dorrit:

How loyal am I?

Would I have been so kind?

My thoughts about Little Dorrit:

A fun little bit of Charles Dickens

Bureaucracy will forever be ridiculous.

Debt destroys everything. 



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