(D) Did You Know? 2nd Edition

Today’s post for the A-to-Z Challenge is brought to you by the letter D!D

 Did you know…

…Dickens’s house had a secret door in the form of a fake bookcase. The fake books included titles such as ‘The Life of a Cat’ in 9 volumes. (source)

…The word ‘boghandler’ is the Danish word for ‘bookseller’.(source)

…‘Bibliosmiais the enjoyment of the smell of old books.(source)

...Other fun Dickens facts can be found here.

Share some of your favorite literary facts in the comments!

6 thoughts on “(D) Did You Know? 2nd Edition

  1. Susan J Hernandez says:

    So this might sound cheezy, but I had loved “A Christmas Carol” movie with George C Scott in it. When I got to the point in school that we were actually reading parts of the real book from Dickens, I was amazed here and there, thinking “Wow, they actually said that nearly word for word in the movie!” I was thinking how great it was that the movie “respected” the book so well.

    However, I never read the entire book, so let me ask the Dickens fans: Was I right? Was that version of the movie a good representation of the book?

    Sue Hernandez
    WordPress Blog: Learning to Write and A-to-Z Challenge (#965)


  2. Rhonda Eaton says:

    Did you know that, as a boy in boarding school, Roald Dahl and his classmates tasted chocolate for a local chocolate factory? I wonder if it led to anything?


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