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A DICKENS OF A DEBT LOAD

There is a certain repulsion towards a form of an ¬†enduring sanity of compassion; the type of guilt ridden faith based sentiments which Dickens, that great molder of middle-class values, ¬†had destined to show so often in the characters of … Continue reading

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PURITY OF THE MIDDLE-CLASS SOUL

Charles Dickens’s novels are far more crowded with orphaned children than the usefulness of having such malleable and pathetic agents in a work of fiction would seem to demand. In ”David Copperfield” , for example, Em’ly, Traddles, the Orfling, Mrs. … Continue reading

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