If Dickens was alive he’d concede talent counts for little and intelligence for less in one’s bid to become famous in modern society.
Thanks to the internet and TV today we’re breeding a generation of talentless twits who view fame as a right, not a privilege.
In the Dickensian era, society had great expectations of those who aspired to walk among the elite.
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