Charles Dickens about love (“Nicholas Nickleby”, 1839) - When I speak of home, I speak of the place where—in default of a better—those I love are gathered together; and if that place were a gypsy's tent, or a barn, I should call it by the same good name notwithstanding.
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When I speak of home, I speak of the place where—in default of a better—those I love are gathered together; and if that place were a gypsy's tent, or a barn, I should call it by the same good name notwithstanding.
 Charles Dickens, Nicholas Nickleby (1839). copy citation

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