The aim of this book is to take a fresh and critical look at two of Dickens’s most studied novels, developing our insights from the close analysis of extracts from the text. Bleak House and Hard Times were written between 1852 and 1854, and they share some qualities. Both novels open with a powerful critique, announcing that the text will campaign against Chancery (Bleak House) and Utilitarianism (Hard Times) respectively.
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