The Cambridge introduction to Charles Dickens
"Charles Dickens became immensely popular early on in his career as a novelist, and his appeal continues to grow with new editions prompted by recent television and film adaptations, as well as large numbers of students studying the Victorian novel. This lively and accessible introduction to Di...
|Online Access:||Electronic book from Proquest Ebook Central Academic Complete|
Cambridge ; New York :
Cambridge University Press,
|Series:||Cambridge introductions to literature
Table of Contents:
- Machine generated contents note: Preface; Chronology; 1. Dickens the entertainer: 'people must be amuthed'; 2. Dickens and language: 'what I meantersay'; 3. Dickens and the city: 'animate London ... inanimate London'; 4. Dickens, gender, and domesticity: 'be it ever ... so ghastly ... there's no place like it'; 5. Adapting Dickens: 'he do the police in different voices'; Further reading.