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". . . an event that will long be remembered by all who were fortunate enough to be present . . .
I am sure that 
if Dickens were alive today he would be delighted to learn that the spirit of sacrifice and generosity
 that he demonstrated in 1853 is still alive today . . ."  
Philip Fischer, administrator, Birmingham & Midland Institute, England
(Dickens gave his first-ever public reading of "A Christmas Carol" for this same charity in 1853!)

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