Other Dickens: Pickwick to Chuzzlewit

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Oxford University Press, 2003 - 232 ページ
In the first half of his career, Dickens wrote some of the most important novels of the nineteenth century, including The Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist, and Martin Chuzzlewit. They are exorbitant and transgressive books, with an inventive comic force unprecedented in the English novel. In this, the first full-length study for thirty years, John Bowen blends contemporary theory and historical awareness to argue that they are radical in both political and fictional terms. With a tactful use of contemporary critical theory, he shows how their often uncanny power disturbs and transforms our ways of understanding Dickens's work and his place in the history of the novel.
 

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Arbitrary and Despotic Characters
5
Adjestin the Differences Pickwick Papers
44
Nancys Truth Oliver Twist and the Stray Chapters
82
Performing Business Training Ghosts
107
Nells Crypt The Old Curiosity Shop and Master
132
Historys Grip Barnaby Rudge
157
The Genealogy of Monsters
183
Index
221
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Dr. John Bowen is Reader in English at the University of Keele.

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