From The Vault 1 Hour Version:FTV 0345 Charles Dickens: The Seven Poor Travellers 
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From The Vault 1 Hour Version  FTV 0345 Charles Dickens: The Seven Poor Travellers   
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Mark Torres  Pacifica Radio Archives  For non-profit use only. 
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On this edition of From The Vault we Present the reading of Charles Dicken's classic short story The Seven Poor Travellers.  Frank Coffee Reads Charles Dickens The Seven Poor Travellers from 1968 
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Inspired by the 16th Century Charity House called The Six Poor Travellers House in Rochester England by Richard Watts in 1579 to provide free lodging for poor travellers, Charles Dickens wrote himself into the story as the Seventh Traveller. The Seven Poor Travelers is the fifth Christmas number, from 1854, of his journal Household Words.

This story was read by WBAI producer Frank Coffee on December 28, 1968.

The Six Poor Travellers House from which this story derives it's name is still open today.  
 
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Arts and Humanities | Education/Reference | History | Literature/Readings | Music | Poetry/Spoken Word | Radio Arts  
 
 
Version 1: From The Vault 0345  
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Charles Dickens The Seven Poor Travellers 
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View Script  Los Angeles, Pacifica Radio Archives  2012-12-19  English 
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