Word Cloud for "Perils of Certain English Prisoners" by Charles Dickens.

Word Cloud for "Perils of Certain English Prisoners"



This book was authored by Charles Dickens. (1812 - 1870)

Area, genre or subject: English fiction -- 19th century.






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The Bag of Words In "Perils of Certain English Prisoners" (Main Words):


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island seven private armed sloop christopher south given heard mind quiet think because everything shall able word want long coat used give along eyes voice thing best sort write lying taking aboard worked silver carried already marines seamen against pirate charker officer night words next within trees going something sambo except must arms beautiful poor married light lieutenant work making pretty putting signal ladies spoke kind turned between sound hear towards comes hope done party black himself water heavy hold sometimes side diplomatic whether dark belltott noticed last near behind guard afloat another brave know leave four boat laid fell bring gate things dear hair telling portuguese lost river raft banks

english that having then stood over lady before there such name never always called when nothing with which time were look hand will come have many children quite made taken down great those king george about could little much away from what been looking bright seemed right into said like though than just soon brought round being most upon better them every pirates more they keep came very this place their until under told boats good both seen after went people christian hands first captain should without hard thought might took young some child three myself even left same where again looked would women other your among head gave through only face make while found commissioner pordage miss these well says back maryon kept take ever sergeant drooce knew carton across



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