Dickens wrote - and drank - here

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    Joe Gilbert, The Independent, 27 September 1998. "TUCKED into a loop of the broad-flowing Tees, the landscape around Barnard Castle does not look like the setting for sadism or violence. But this is the territory of the notorious Yorkshire schools, 19th-century residential academies so harsh that inmates died in them. This was the scandal that brought Teesdale its most distinguished literary guest, the young Charles Dickens, who came north in 1838 to research his third novel, Nicholas Nickleby...."
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    Link: http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/dickens-wrote-and-drank-here-1200845.html
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
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