Dickens and Women

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Stanford University Press, 1983 - Literary Criticism - 465 pages
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Well-researched examination of DIckens' private life to present a close examination of his relations with women, his views on woman's naure, and the womanly ideal. The first half devotes a chapter to ... Read full review

Contents

Ellen
202
The Women of the Novels
219
Dickens and Woman
299
Appendix A The Violated Letter
373

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