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Dickens is famous for the names he gave to his characters-- Uriaha heap, mr gradgrind and little doritt are a few examples. often theses names help us to visualize the person. does the name "bumble" help you visulize the beadle? describe bumble, and explain why dickens gave him this name.

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    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/bumble

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    Wouldn't this be reading or Literature? I think that Dickens gave him his name because he looks a bit chubby and is short. More like a bumble bee with a fat stomach. It is just a good guess and that is how i visulized him whem i read Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens.

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