The Story of the Bagman's Uncle - Charles Dickens

The Story of the Bagman's Uncle

The Story of the Bagman's Uncle

4.22 18 5 Författare: Charles Dickens Inläsare: Jon Cartwright
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'My uncle, gentlemen,' said the bagman, 'was one of the merriest, pleasantest, cleverest fellows, that ever lived. I wish you had known him, gentlemen. On second thoughts, gentlemen, I don't wish you had known him, for if you had, you would have been all, by this time, in the ordinary course of nature, if not dead, at all events so near it, as to have taken to stopping at home and giving up company, which would have deprived me of the inestimable pleasure of addressing you at this moment. Gentlemen, I wish your fathers and mothers had known my uncle. They would have been amazingly fond of him, especially your respectable mothers; I know they would. If any two of his numerous virtues predominated over the many that adorned his character, I should say they were his mixed punch and his after supper song. Excuse my dwelling on these melancholy recollections of departed worth; you won't see a man like my uncle every day in the week.
Språk: Engelska Kategori: Noveller Serie: Charles Dickens Short stories: 18 Originaltitel: The Story of the Bagmans Uncle Översättare:

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Förlag: Cappelen Damm
Utgiven: 2012-03-01
Längd: 40M
ISBN: 9788202391027

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Förlag: Cappelen Damm
Utgiven: 2013-12-31
ISBN: 9788202457976

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