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The home where CHARLES DICKENS wrote classics such as Great Expectations and A Tale of Two Cities is set to open to the public for the first time. The property in Kent, England, where the wordsmith lived until his death in 1870, has been used as a school since the 1920s but will now be a visitor attraction.


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