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Complete Works by Charles Dickens

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By Charles Dickens

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Table of Contents

List of Works by way of style and Title
List of Works in Alphabetical Order
List of Works in Chronological Order
Charles Dickens Biography

Fiction

American Notes
Barnaby Rudge
The conflict of Life
Bleak House
The Chimes
A Christmas Carol
The Cricket at the Hearth
David Copperfield
Dombey and Son
Great Expectations
Hard Times
The Haunted guy and the Ghost's Bargain
Holiday Romance
Hunted Down
The Lazy journey of 2 Idle Apprentices
Little Dorrit
The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman
Martin Chuzzlewit
Master Humphrey's Clock
A Message from the Sea
Mudfog and different Sketches
The secret of Edwin Drood
Nicholas Nickleby
No Thoroughfare
The outdated interest Shop
Oliver Twist
Our Mutual Friend
The Pickwick Papers
Reprinted Pieces
Sketches via Boz
A story of 2 Cities
The Uncommercial Traveller

Short Stories

Some Christmas Stories:
A Christmas Tree
The Child's Story
Nobody's Story
The bad Relation's Story
The Schoolboy's Story
What Christmas is as we develop Older

Three Ghost Stories:
The Haunted House
The Signal-Man
The Trial For Murder

Doctor Marigold
George Silverman's Explanation
Going into Society
The Boots on the Holly Tree Inn
The Holly-Tree
A condominium to Let
The Lamplighter
Mrs. Lirriper's Legacy
Mrs. Lirriper's Lodging
Mugby Junction
Perils of sure English Prisoners
The Seven bad Travellers
Sketches of younger Couples
Sketches of younger Gentlemen
Somebody's Luggage
Sunday lower than 3 Heads
To Be learn at Dusk
Tom Tiddler's Ground
Wreck of the Golden Mary

Non-Fiction

A Child's historical past of England
Miscellaneous Papers (11 essays)
Pictures from Italy
Speeches: Literary and Social

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Pour tirer d'eux ce qu'on leur prête, Il faut que l'on en vienne aux coups ; Il faut plaider, il faut combattre : Laissez-leur prendre un pied chez vous, Ils en auront bientôt pris quatre. 56 FABLE VIII L'AIGLE ET L'ESCARBOT L'Aigle donnait la chasse à Maître Jean Lapin, Qui droit à son terrier s'enfuyait au plus vite. Le trou de l'Escarbot se rencontre en chemin : Je laisse à penser si ce gîte Était sûr ; mais où mieux ? Jean Lapin s'y blottit. L'Aigle fondant sur lui nonobstant cet asile, L'Escarbot intercède et dit : Princesse des Oiseaux, il vous est fort facile D'enlever malgré moi ce pauvre malheureux ; Mais ne me faites pas cet affront, je vous prie.

Le Magistrat suait en son lit de Justice. Après qu'on eut bien contesté, Répliqué, crié, tempêté, 50 Le Juge, instruit de leur malice, Leur dit : « Je vous connais de longtemps, mes amis ; Et tous deux vous paierez l'amende : Car toi, Loup, tu te plains, quoiqu'on ne t'ait rien pris ; Et toi, Renard, as pris ce que l'on te demande. » Le Juge prétendait qu'à tort et à travers On ne saurait manquer condamnant un pervers. FABLE IV LES DEUX TAUREAUX ET UNE GRENOUILLE Deux Taureaux combattaient à qui posséderait Une Génisse avec l'empire.

L'Aigle fondant sur lui nonobstant cet asile, L'Escarbot intercède et dit : Princesse des Oiseaux, il vous est fort facile D'enlever malgré moi ce pauvre malheureux ; Mais ne me faites pas cet affront, je vous prie. Et puisque Jean Lapin vous demande la vie, Donnez-la-lui de grâce, ou l'ôtez à tous deux : C'est mon voisin, c'est mon compère. L'Oiseau de Jupiter, sans répondre un seul mot, Choque de l'aile l'Escarbot, L'étourdit, l'oblige à se taire, Enlève Jean Lapin. L'Escarbot indigné 57 Vole au nid de l'Oiseau, fracasse en son absence Ses œufs, ses tendres œufs, sa plus douce espérance : Pas un seul ne fut épargné.

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