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Charles Dickens : Great expectations / edited by Nicolas Tredell

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: Columbia critical guidesPublication details: New York : Columbia University Press, [2000?]Description: 208 p. ; 20 cmOther title:
  • Great expectations
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DDC classification:
  • 823.8 21
LOC classification:
  • PR4560 .C45 2000
Dissertation note: A story of love and broken dreams, Great Expectations is regarded by many as Dickens' finest achievement. He combines a gripping, melodramatic plot with a rich and memorable cast of characters, some comic, some tragic, some eccentric and some exemplary, like the generous-spirited Joe Gargery. The tale is told by Pip, an orphan of humble origins, who rises to be a gentleman through a mysterious benefactor
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A story of love and broken dreams, Great Expectations is regarded by many as Dickens' finest achievement. He combines a gripping, melodramatic plot with a rich and memorable cast of characters, some comic, some tragic, some eccentric and some exemplary, like the generous-spirited Joe Gargery. The tale is told by Pip, an orphan of humble origins, who rises to be a gentleman through a mysterious benefactor

Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-197) and index

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