10 edition of Mugby Junction (Hesperus Classics) found in the catalog.
March 1, 2006
by Hesperus Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert MacFarlane (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||132|
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Charles Dickens, collected his celebrated ghost story, The Signalman, and short tales by Charles Collins, Hesbah Stretton, Andrew Halliday, and Amelia ng at Mugby Junction to escape his unhappy past, "Barbox Brothers", so named for his luggage enscription, befriends a workman and his invalid daughter, and explores the seven lines of the junction/5.
The first section of the book is quite engaging and worth reading. The characters are fairly well drawn but it is overly sentimentalised. The Boy at Mugby Junction part is very self-consciously knowing and ultimately not as funny as the author thinks it is.
I expected something as good as that classic ghost story of the signalman at Mugby/5(39). The first section of the book is quite engaging and worth reading. The characters are fairly well drawn but it is overly sentimentalised. The Boy at Mugby Junction part is very self-consciously knowing and ultimately not as funny as the author thinks it is.
I expected something as good as that classic ghost story of the signalman at Mugby/5(38). This book is available for free download in a number of formats - including epub, pdf, azw, mobi and more. You can also read the full text online using our ereader. The boy at Mugby / by Charles Dickens No.
1 branch line. Thus, at Mugby Junction, at past three o'clock of a tempestuous morning, the traveller went where the weather drove him.
Not but what he could make a stand when he was so minded, for, coming to the end of the roofed shelter (it is of considerable extent at Mugby Junction), and looking out upon the dark night, with a yet darker spirit.