In Hard Times, what details does Dickens use to describe the schoolroom?  

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The novel Hard Times by Charles Dickens is set in the fictitious industrial mill-town of Coketown. The first two chapters of book 1, "The One Thing Needful" and "Murdering the Innocents," take place at the town school.

The descriptions of the schoolroom in the novel are very rudimentary because the room is extremely simple and basic. In chapter 1, the school board...

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