Dickens's Fiction: Tapestries of Conscience

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AMS Press, 2003 - 195 pages
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British writer Dickens (1812-70) extensively used such reiterative techniques as repetition, paradox, and multiple perspectives to increase the complexity and appeal of his fiction, says Friedman (English, City U. of New York-Queens College). He looks in detail at examples in eight works written at

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