Charles Dickens.


New York, Humanities Press [1968] .

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Subjects Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870.
Dickens, Charles.
Novelists, English -- 19th century -- Biography.
Novelists, English.
Series Profiles in literature series.
Description viii, 119 pages 19 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 118-119).
Contents Charles dickens -- his life and: works, early career, later reputation -- Scheme of extracts -- Comic action: Nicholas Nickleby, ch 23 -- Exuberant domestic optimism: Peckwick papers, ch 28 -- Comic dialogue: monologue tradition: Martin Chuzzlewit, ch 25 -- Social comedy: Nicholas Nickleby, ch 14 -- Social satire: caricature and irony: Oliver Twist, ch 4 -- Comic villains: melodrama tradition: The old curiosity shop, ch 62 -- Serious dialogue: melodrama tradition: Barnaby Rudge, ch 79 -- Description of place: sensational horror: Oliver Twist, ch 50 -- Structure: thematic unity: The old curiosity shop, chs 1, 17 and 53 -- Structure: introduction of extraneous or unplotted material: David Copperfield, ch 61-- Symbolism: Bleak house, ch 5 -- Serious character: mind under stress: Dombey and son, ch 59 -- Social criticism: emotional appeal: Bleak house, ch 47 -- Social satire: class or type representative caricature: Hard times, ch 7 -- Serious dialogue: restrained: Great expectations, ch 17 -- Insularity: Little Dorrit, chs 54-5 -- Prose technique: A tale of two cities, ch 1 -- Plain narrative prose: Great expectations, cancelled ch 58 and ch 59 -- Serious villains: Our mutual friend, Bk II, ch 1-- Social satire: caricature of class or institution: Little Dorrit, ch 24 -- Grotesque caricature: black comedy: Our mutual friend, Bk I, ch 7 -- Reference list of Dickens' works.
Genre Biography.
Geographic Area England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)449345
(OCoLC)ocm00449345
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Fido, Martin.
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