Swiveller and the Marchioness
"Marchioness," said Mr. Swiveller thoughtfully, "be pleased to draw nearer." G. K. Chesterton calls their relationship the one true love story in all of Dickens. Swiveller eventually teaches the poor neglected child to play cribbage and enjoy beer.
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