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Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol :
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In 3 pages, the author discusses Charles Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol' and shows how Dickens is able to use his illustrations to bring the story to life. An example is given of his very apt description of Scrooge at the story's beginning. A free sentence outline is included. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Charles Dickens: His Life Reflected In His Works
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5 pages in length. Like many authors, Charles Dickens drew from his own life experiences as a means by which to tell his tales. Indeed, his works represent a collection of personal episodes, encounters and introspection as encountered by one of the literary world's most respected authors. It is not known whether Dickens ever found a sense of solace from writing about personal experiences; however, the writer discusses that through such selfless sharing, the reader effectively gains a more significant understanding of his works. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Charles Dickens' "The Signalman": Effectiveness As A Ghost Story
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5 pages in length. Like many authors, Charles Dickens drew from his own life experiences as a means by which to tell his tales. Indeed, his works represent a collection of personal episodes, encounters and introspection as encountered by one of the literary world's most respected authors; however, when it came to his ghost stories, he drew inspiration from a deep and inventive imagination. The writer discusses how Dickens' use of mystery, suspense and creation of tension helps to represent "The Signalman" as an effective ghost story. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Charles Dickens’ “Great Expectations” / Portrayal Of Society
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5 pages in length. The portrayal of society in Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations is that of a symbol of contemporary British civilization, with Miss Havisham representing the epitome of such. By utilizing this particular character as the conduit between social body and physical body, the author successfully blends together the kinship inherent to these aspects of British life. The writer discusses society in relation to Dicken's "Great Expectations." No additional sources cited.
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Characterization in Dickens' "David Copperfield" and "Great Expectations"
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A five page paper comparing the characterizations of David to that of Pip in these two novels by Charles Dickens. The paper argues that while both boys were intended to represent Dickens himself as a child, the characterization of David is flatter than that of Pip because Dickens was still working out many personal issues. Bibliography lists three sources.
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