Word Cloud for "Dickens-Land" by J. A. (John Arnold) Nicklin.

Word Cloud for "Dickens-Land"



This book was authored by J. A. (John Arnold) Nicklin.
Area, genre or subject: England -- Description and travel.







The Bag of Words In "Dickens-Land" (Main Words):


spent land described england canterbury district gardens restoration park leather genius either loved woods behind walks childish dreams pleasant cobtree marshes good fields higham desolate once round whose tells travellers read brought rather told believe uncommercial stands wooden opposite luke famous chalet terrace open shadows flowers whether forster school field given second yards should without mutual furnished except show kind notes present does cloisterham massive norman dark tupman next because mind built finest give christmas number mile century carved both kept never whole human west example represented above past scenes earliest carried ground called lonely really charles then times standing best taken lane days shady wind soft large again summer tradition corner different possible nearest flat scattered kitchen water broad houses until rising eight thousand foot snodland cold associated people distinguished going hardly themselves quite spirit

london thames strood cooling aylesford chalk interest life memory amongst distant wrote view find less might short manor dingley well picture part lying visit churchyard another chatham also early story river ever work north oldfashioned aspect must garden among five beyond cricket just quaint strong came your master nothing having wild itself found stone streets something world white coach poor being tower make seemed tide while sense known night near scenery light along after bleak against medway weir allington muggleton

house where dickens beautiful english castle with this gadshill place from rochester cobham church often home associations that country which name most through side here there last what years little kentish upon could will long every those some were than seven miles between such very town have many would walk across village when down over pickwick great edwin high miss into more under took looking small road went queer about said look half used come dover much room been before other green back though like made almost they local time their even kent away them cathedral these three himself still only grey street first ancient david maidstone left



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