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  • Author(s) Nicolas Tredell
  • Edition1
  • Published07122013
  • PublisherBloomsbury UK
  • ISBN9781137283252
David Copperfield and Great Expectations are among Charles Dickens's most famous novels. In both books, the hero tells the vivid and absorbing tale of his education by life, presents a rich range of characters and scenes, and tackles profound moral, social and psychological themes. Part I of this essential study: - Provides lucid and penetrating analyses of key passages - Discusses the crucial topics of patriarchy, class, obsession, eccentricity, death, breakdown and recovery - Summarizes the methods of analysis and offers suggestions for further work Part II supplies key background material, including: - An account of Dickens's life and works - A survey of historical, cultural and literary contexts - Samples of significant criticism Also featuring a valuable Further Reading section, this volume provides readers with the critical and analytical skills which will enable them to enjoy and explore both novels for themselves.

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  • Author(s) Nicolas Tredell
  • Edition1
  • Published07122013
  • PublisherBloomsbury UK
  • ISBN9781137283252
David Copperfield and Great Expectations are among Charles Dickens's most famous novels. In both books, the hero tells the vivid and absorbing tale of his education by life, presents a rich range of characters and scenes, and tackles profound moral, social and psychological themes. Part I of this essential study: - Provides lucid and penetrating analyses of key passages - Discusses the crucial topics of patriarchy, class, obsession, eccentricity, death, breakdown and recovery - Summarizes the methods of analysis and offers suggestions for further work Part II supplies key background material, including: - An account of Dickens's life and works - A survey of historical, cultural and literary contexts - Samples of significant criticism Also featuring a valuable Further Reading section, this volume provides readers with the critical and analytical skills which will enable them to enjoy and explore both novels for themselves.
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