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Topic History of: Watching Mastermind
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wyot JK2006 wrote:
Although my favourite Dickens novel is Bleak House, I reckon A Tale Of Two Cities is the best novel ever written.

Personally my fave Copperfield must re-read again soon. Greatest novelist or novels, or bands, or painters impossible questions as so many different styles one's preferences must determine the answer.

But as Dickens has written more novels that have given me the most pleasure tgsnsny one other author I nominate him The Greatest.
JK2006 Actually a terrific show with a great winner Emma.
JK2006 Although my favourite Dickens novel is Bleak House, I reckon A Tale Of Two Cities is the best novel ever written.