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I cannot stand Dickens except Tale of Two Cities. I honestly enjoyed that one, and if I had to pick something, I'd pick that. And if you're going to like any form of Scrooge, I'd go with the Patrick Stuart one-man-show. That, gotta admit, is pretty awesome. I'm surprised you didn't go off on a tangent about Scrooge, a noble character, but get really fired up and burned over gargamel.-Not quite so ananomous
Dear Not Quite So Ananomous,it's just that I hate Dickens so much that it dwarfs any disdain I have for Scrooge.Yet, come to think of it, Dickens doesn't even make my top 3 hated authors.3. Nathaniel Hawthorne2. Herman Melville1. Henry David ThoreauThankfully, not a Jew among them...
"This is where using the royal we gets us in trouble." I don't get this sentence you sound like Gollum from Lord Of The Rings. And was Charles Dickens Jewish or a flagrant anti-Semite?