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Four Dickens' Characters Compared

In a paper consisting of 5 pages the transformations of protagonists in four works of Charles Dickens are compared in an examinati...

Character of Jo in Charles Dickens' Bleak House

after several of the detectives he knew from the local department. Dickens routinely, then, chooses those who are the most...

Charles Dickens' Great Expectations and the Character of Pip

is Miss Havisham. He believes that she is funding his education so that he can become educated and then wealthy and then be worthy...

Characterization and Realism in the Dickens Classic Great Expectations

This work is discussed in depth and realism is the focus of attention along with a look at characterization. This paper looks at h...

Characterization in Oliver Twist

Characterization is discussed in this Dickens piece. In fact, characterization is the subject of focus but morality is a subject i...

Nancy in Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens

In fourteen pages this paper presents a character analysis of the realistic character of Nancy featured in Oliver Twist by Charles...

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens and the Character of Pip

those who are less fortunate. When Pip sees a group of starving and shackled convicts, he is appalled by their plight. One convi...

Comparing Charles Dickens' Hard Times and Voltaire's Candide

was, historically speaking, the calm before the storm, and Voltaire seemed to sense what was coming. He was often entertaining ro...

Comparisons Between A Hero of Our Times by Lermontov and Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky

tries to conceal his guilt before hes forced to acknowledge it or go insane (fortunately for him, the love of a good woman "saves"...

Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights, T.S. Eliot's 'The Mill on the Floss' and Narrative Perspective

had a daughter who loved him"; however, Maggie received no such indications either from her father" or from Tom--the two idols of ...

Comparison of Contemporary Poverty and Charles Dickens' Depiction of Nineteenth Century Poverty in Hard Times

rather than the shameful exception" (Trevelyan, quoted in Johnson, 274). But even more dramatic was the change in attitude towa...

Characters of Nancy and Jane Eyre Compared

In seven pages these female protagonists from Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist and Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre are contrasted and co...

The Characterization of Pip in Great Expectations

Pip is a character in this Charles Dickens classic. His role in the work is the focus of attention in this six page paper that inc...

A Look at Miss Havisham in Great Expectations

This character is contemplated as this Charles Dickens work is carefully evaluated. Various details are relayed about the characte...

Society in the Novel Great Expectations

hostile, choosing to abide by his inner instinct and institute avoidance. "Better not try to brew beer there now, or it would tur...

A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

In seven pages Dickens' differing depiction of the French Revolution in this novel through uses of characters as archetypes and me...

A Christmas Carol and the Industrial Society Critique of Charles Dickens

Scrooge is the quintessential business owner of the nineteenth century, at least in the opinion of Charles Dickens. He views the ...

Bleak House by Charles Dickens and the Character Esther Summerson

In six pages a character analysis of Esther Summerson is presented within the context of Dickens' novel. Eight sources are cited ...

Themes of Positive Social Change in Dickens and Eliot

of one of the children we hear about that is constantly abused as a child, but seems to understand what responsibility is, what lo...

Hard Times by Dickens

lure or seduce Louise away from her husband. Mrs. Sparsit seems to truly enjoy herself in this job, envisioning the staircase of s...

Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse and Characters of Lily Briscoe and Mrs. Ramsay

In five pages these two female characters are compared. There are no other sources listed....

House of Spirits by Isabel Allende

In five pages the characters of Uncle Marcos and Nicolas are contrasted and compared in terms of similarities in relationships, in...

Characters of Helen and Annie in Ironweed by William Kennedy

This paper contrasts and compares these female characters and their life experiences described by William Kennedy in Ironweed in t...

Characters of Robert Cohn in Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises and Jay Gatsby in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby

now wealthy and has achieved all he set out to do. In this chapter we see many different things which tell us that Jay is nothing ...

Slave Owners in Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe

Tom rescues his daughter (Little Eva) from a drowning death. St. Clare is one who believes in paying his debts and, in fact, promi...

Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman and the Characters of Bernard and Biff

who has always studied hard and done what is right in order to get ahead. He has gone to college and is a successful lawyer. In es...

Events and Characters in Hard Times by Charles Dickens and Past and Present by Thomas Carlyle

the growth of slums and a lack of social welfare which led Carlyle to criticise the leaders of society for their obsession with ma...

Heartless Women in the Works of Henrik Ibsen and Charles Dickens

quite clear that Edith has just cause to feel alienated from her husband and her marriage from its inception. In the first half of...

Literary Considerations of Power Abuses

In this paper consisting of six pages the realistic depiction of abuses in regards to imperialism are in Voltaire's Candide, Remar...

Racism in Pudd'nhead Wilson by Mark Twain and Classism in Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens

away. He stands as a man of a higher social class who has integrity. His mother, however, represents all that is bad in the upper ...