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Guide by hindaa posted over a year ago
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Charlse Dickens
A lot of us who have seen the BBC TV series or read the book of Little Dorrit might not know the great connection between the great writer and his novel, or might wonder how did he come out with this marvelous idea.
and now, before I relate to you the connection between Charles Dickens and the story of Little Dorrit, let's know a little about Dickens:
Charles John Huffam Dickens was Born at Portsea on February 7th, 1812, the second Child of John Dickens of his wife Elizabeth.


there's a fact that some people don't know, that the Marshalsea was a real prison, which was used as debtor's prison until 1842, and then it was closed.

Charles Dickens' Childhood was spent under the shadow of economic insecurity, a shadow grew draker year by year as the family moved, first to London,then to Chatham and from there back to London ( early 1824) the boy might have had a successful career, but at that time, John Dickens had so many creditors, the family lost their fortune,and it ended up with the arrest of John Dickens and his removal to the debtors' prison of the Marshalsea John Dickens...
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Article by MajorKelly posted over a year ago
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I have watched the big reveal scene four times today including once with the subtitles. The way I understand it, either Arthur and Amy are half-brother and half-sister (sharing the same mother), OR they each have separate mothers, in which case Mrs. Clennam owes Amy nothing. If Amy is the daughter of the unnamed dancer and the Sr. Mr. Clennam, then Mrs. Clennam owes Amy the legacy. If Arthur is the son of Mr. Clennam and the unnamed dancer, then the Clennam's don't owe Amy anything.
ALSO, what does the watch have to do with it? AND wouldn't Flintwich have figured out that Rigaud must've killed his brother in order to come by those papers? That's just a loose end, but the relationship between Amy and Arthur is more important.
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