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What is the difference between Were Charles Dickens (to be) alive today, he would be writing novels about the homeless in London and Were Charles Dickens alive today, he would be writing novels about the homeless in London?
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"If Charles Dickens were alive today, he would be writing novels about the homeless in London" is an initial sentence before it has been rewritten.
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