April 27th

It is only fitting that Charles Dickens, who would come to share with Shakespeare the mantle of pre-eminently English author, should produce a document quoting Shakespeare as extensively as he does in this commemorative piece, November the nineteenth, 1861, ‘The Morn that I was wedded…’ The piece, commemorating Dickens’ wedding, displays a seating chart of the guests at Dickens’ wedding dinner, an extensive quotation of Shakespeare appended to each guest’s name.

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