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The Resource Charles Dickens, edited by Harold Bloom

Charles Dickens, edited by Harold Bloom

Label
Charles Dickens
Title
Charles Dickens
Statement of responsibility
edited by Harold Bloom
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A comprehensive research and study guide for several novels by Charles Dickens, including plot summaries, thematic analyses, lists of characters, and critical views
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
823/.8
Index
index present
LC call number
PR4588
LC item number
.C358 2000
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Bloom, Harold
Series statement
Bloom's major novelists
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Dickens, Charles
  • Dickens, Charles
  • English literature
Target audience
adolescent
Label
Charles Dickens, edited by Harold Bloom
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 112-118) and index
Contents
  • 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
  • Biography of Charles Dickens
  • Critical views on Bleak House:
  • J. Hillis Miller on the theme of interpretation in the novel
  • Virginia Blain on Esther's "Sexual Taint"
  • Christine Van Boheemen-Saaf on the novel as Victorian family romance
  • Harold Bloom on the novel as canonical
  • Laura Fasick on the diseased body in the novel
  • [pt. 3].
  • Plot summary of David Copperfield
  • List of characters in David Copperfield
  • Critical views on David Copperfield:
  • [pt. 1].
  • Charles Dickens on the novel
  • Mowbray Morris on Dickens's fancy
  • William Samuel Lilly on the sober veracity of the novel
  • Algernon Charles Swinburne on the novel as masterpiece
  • Stanley Friedman on the model for Uriah Heep
  • [pt.3].
  • Plot summary of A tale of two cities
  • List of characters in A tale of two cities
  • Critical views on A tale of two cities:
  • John Gross on Carton and Darnay
  • Plot summary of Great expectations
  • Earle Davis on Carlyle's influence on Dickens
  • Robert Alter on violence in the novel
  • Edwin M. Eigner on Darney as a revolutionary hero
  • J.M. Rignall on the contradictory nature of the novel
  • Ruth Glancy on Lucy Manette
  • Tom Lloyd on Madame Defarge
  • 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
Control code
ocm41468292
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
120 p.
Isbn
9780791052518
Lccn
99029506
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 537316
  • 94529175
Label
Charles Dickens, edited by Harold Bloom
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 112-118) and index
Contents
  • 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
  • Biography of Charles Dickens
  • Critical views on Bleak House:
  • J. Hillis Miller on the theme of interpretation in the novel
  • Virginia Blain on Esther's "Sexual Taint"
  • Christine Van Boheemen-Saaf on the novel as Victorian family romance
  • Harold Bloom on the novel as canonical
  • Laura Fasick on the diseased body in the novel
  • [pt. 3].
  • Plot summary of David Copperfield
  • List of characters in David Copperfield
  • Critical views on David Copperfield:
  • [pt. 1].
  • Charles Dickens on the novel
  • Mowbray Morris on Dickens's fancy
  • William Samuel Lilly on the sober veracity of the novel
  • Algernon Charles Swinburne on the novel as masterpiece
  • Stanley Friedman on the model for Uriah Heep
  • [pt.3].
  • Plot summary of A tale of two cities
  • List of characters in A tale of two cities
  • Critical views on A tale of two cities:
  • John Gross on Carton and Darnay
  • Plot summary of Great expectations
  • Earle Davis on Carlyle's influence on Dickens
  • Robert Alter on violence in the novel
  • Edwin M. Eigner on Darney as a revolutionary hero
  • J.M. Rignall on the contradictory nature of the novel
  • Ruth Glancy on Lucy Manette
  • Tom Lloyd on Madame Defarge
  • 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
Control code
ocm41468292
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
120 p.
Isbn
9780791052518
Lccn
99029506
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 537316
  • 94529175

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