Word Cloud for "Dickens' Stories About Children Every Child Can Read" by Charles Dickens.

Word Cloud for "Dickens' Stories About Children Every Child Can Read"



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

Area, genre or subject: Children's stories, English.






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The Bag of Words In "Dickens' Stories About Children Every Child Can Read" (Main Words):


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stories about children every child read young greatest among many that part when great perhaps them after passed more people than those other wonderful found life with these have been taken their told this will christmas david books whom nobody else ever made again friends your from little blind swiveller oliver they like nell grandfather seated were girls keep strange name given toby because always going take which days very looked bright side small came never knew what want pretty loved cold near long time down place before hard himself think feeling make still coming round nothing less went said turned find eyes close face between mean looking father trotty just word afraid being something took cried delight could brought call there know some poor upon work dinner half drawn where sitting hands here house good often heard things then while back look should door arms only smile much broken might well tell come gold head appeared believe into hand slowly another saying quite nearly shall better says years until must helped each love even heart full live without happy moment behind three almost same gentlemen called asked deal together rather friend sent though thinking against answered seeing kind away give miss carry taking tired light girl gave sweet would bring dear seen soon enough fire tears showed fell terrible doctor whether table beautiful feet first hour hear anything care lived kept running beside knows wish both play making second once several done merry money having home over leave tiny five rest help brother ready known clothes high replied strong sister master seemed returned such thought black cratchit last along beat whole left room became next since large really family drew stood held spirit night mother doing white through died kissed shut morning felt hope shook mind wanted boots story gentleman harry deep gone frightened under sometimes myself right glad person exactly words lady stop alone till hold getting four board putting used state finished course hair walk show laid began understand manner herself baby early wretched speak school sorry most tried company spoke real lost reached walked dark followed whose best sort caleb carried everything boys stopped visit across bread forth open turning toward piece ladies short attention arrived caravan obliged book aunt peggotty murdstone pocket steerforth trotwood pecksniff tupman bumble noah sowerberry dodger charley series



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