3 edition of Charles Dickens" heroines and womenfolk: some thoughts concerning them found in the catalog.
Charles Dickens" heroines and womenfolk: some thoughts concerning them
Charles Frederick Rideal
Reprint of the 1896 ed. published by Roxburghe Press, Westminster.
|LC Classifications||PR4589 .R5 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 63 p.|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||74007273|
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Ball. Ball takes readers on a fascinating journey into the world of the Have-Nots, and explores the bustling, crime-ridden London during the Georgian and. [Frederic G. Kitton (The Minor Writings of Charles Dickens: A Bibliography and Sketch, London: Elliot Stock,pp. ) refers to Dickens’ protest against Cruikshank’s Fairy Library, and quotes a letter Dickens wrote to W.
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Researching such a book is the dream of many historians and journalists, since from the photos and anecdotes Klimczuk and Warner obviously gained. Little Em’ly and Agnes, it may be my bad taste, but I cannot share my friend Dickens’ enthusiasm for them.
Dickens’ good women are all too good for human nature’s daily food. Esther Summerson, Florence Dombey, Little Nell—you have no faults to love you by. Scott’s women were likewise mere illuminated texts.
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