TAILIEUCHUNG - Stories About Children Every Child Can Read CHARLES DICKENS

Stories About Children Every Child Can Read CHARLES DICKENS Mr. Wardle's Servant Joe Đây là một tác phẩm anh ngữ nổi tiếng với những từ vựng nâng cao chuyên ngành văn chương. Nhằm giúp các bạn yêu thich tiếng anh luyện tập và củng cố thêm kỹ năng đọc tiếng anh . | Stories About Children Every Child Can Read CHARLES DICKENS Mr. Wardle s Servant Joe AN old country gentleman named Wardle had a servant of whom he was very proud not because of the latter s diligence but because Joe commonly called the Fat Boy was a character which could not be matched anywhere in the world. At the time when our story opens Mr. Pickwick of London and three others of his literary club were traveling in search of adventure. With Mr. Pickwick the founder and head of the Pickwick club were Mr. Tupman whose great weakness for the ladies brought him frequent troubles Mr. Winkle whose desire to appear as a sport brought much ridicule upon himself and Mr. Snodgrass whose poetic nature induced him to write many romantic verses which amused his friends and all who read them. These four Pickwickians were introduced one day to Mr. Wardle his aged sister Miss Rachel Wardle and his two daughters Emily and Isabella as they were looking at some army reviews from their coach. Mr. Wardle hospitably asked Mr. Pickwick and his friends to join them in the coach. Come up here Mr. Pickwick said Mr. Wardle come along sir. Joe Drat that boy He s gone to sleep again. Joe let down the steps and open the carriage door. Come ahead room for two of you inside and one outside. Joe make room for one. Put this gentleman on the box Mr. Wardle mounted with a little help and the fat boy where he was fell fast asleep. One rank of soldiers after another passed firing over the heads of another rank and when the cannon went off the air resounded with the screams of ladies. Mr. Snodgrass actually found it necessary to support one of the Misses Wardle with his arm. Their maidenly aunt was in such a dreadful state of nervous alarm that Mr. Tupman found that he was obliged to put his arm about her waist to keep her up at all. Everyone was excited with the exception of the fat boy and he slept as soundly as if the roaring of cannon were his ordinary lullaby. Joe Joe called Mr. Wardle. Drat .