Assignment On Bloom's Major Novelists

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 112-118) and index.Summary A comprehensive research and study guide for several novels by Charles Dickens, including plot summaries, thematic analyses, lists of characters, and critical views.Contents Biography of Charles Dickens -- [pt. 1]. Plot summary of Great expectations -- List of characters in Great expectations -- Critical views on Great expectations: -- Sylvére Monod on the morality of the novel -- Julian Moynahan on Pip as Dickens's most complex hero -- Harry Stone on fairy-tale aspects of the novel -- H.M. Daleski on the use of the first person in the novel -- A.E. Dyson on Magwitch -- Q.D. Leavis on guilt and class in the novel -- John Lucas on Pip as character and Pip as narrator -- Pearl Chesler Solomon on Dickens and his father -- Murray Baumgarten on writing and speech in the novel -- Thomas Loe on the Gothic elements in the novel -- [pt. 2]. Plot summary of Bleak House -- List of characters in Bleak House -- Critical views on Bleak House: -- J. Hillis Miller...

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