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The Gradgrinds

The Gradgrinds

 

Mr. Gradgrind is dismayed by his children’s interest in a circus that’s come to town: “You know as well as I do that no young people have circus masters, or keep circuses in cabinets, or attend lectures about circuses. What can you possibly want to know about circuses then?”

Scenes and Characters from Dickens. London: Chapman and Hall, 1908.

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