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Charles Dickens and the railway accident

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Charles Dickens and the railway accident.  The year was 1865 and Dickens, the famous author, was on an express train back to London when it derailed. Only after he helped with the wounded and dying did he go back to the surviving carriage to rescue something more personal -- the manuscript of his latest novel. Originally published in the 24 December 1966 issue of Look and Learn.

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