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Charity (Cherry) Pecksniff


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Charity (Cherry) Pecksniff
   appeared in the Dickens novel   
Martin Chuzzlewit
Seth Pecksniff's older daughter and sister of Mercy. Haughty and ill-tempered, without her younger sister's playful nature. She is infuriated when passed over for marriage by Jonas Chuzzlewith who chooses her sister. She later promises herself to Mr Moddle, who leaves her at the alter. Charity has a disposition "which was then observed to be of a sharp and acid quality, as though an extra lemon (figuratively speaking) had been squeezed into the nectar of her disposition, and had rather damaged its flavour."
Charity (Cherry) Pecksniff
   appears in the Dickens' novel   
Martin Chuzzlewit






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