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Charles Dickens

Robert Giddings




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A lifelong student of Dickens, Robert Giddings introduces and analyses the novelist's major works. He indicates the main influences on Dickens' work - the use of audience feedback in his creative processes, his childhood experiences, his ambiguous view of women and his involvement with the theatre. In addition, Giddings discusses Dickens' social critique of a society dehumanised by materialism and greed.


About the author:

Robert Giddings is a well-established literary critic, cultural historian and Professor in the School of Media, Arts and Communication at Bournemouth University.


166  pages

ISBN: 978-1-871551-26-6

Greenwich Exchange Category: Student Guides

Series: Student Guide



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