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  • Author(s) N. Tredell
  • Edition1
  • Published1st April 2000
  • PublisherMacmillan Science & Educ. UK
  • ISBN9781840461404
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In this Icon Readers' Guide, Nicolas Tredell introduces and sets in context the key debates about a novel which has provoked an immensely rich critical response. The extracts and essays included here examine Great Expectations in structural, symbolic, political, psychological, social and sexual terms, relating it to its own time and to a range of 20th century critical and theoretical perspectives. Exploring secondary sources from the first reviews in the 1860s to the most up-to-date critiques of the 1990s, the Guide is an essential resource for the study of one of Dickens's most complex novels.

Charles Dickens - Great Expectations: A Reader's Guide to Essential Criticism

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  • Author(s) N. Tredell
  • Edition1
  • Published1st April 2000
  • PublisherMacmillan Science & Educ. UK
  • ISBN9781840461404
  • University course codes
In this Icon Readers' Guide, Nicolas Tredell introduces and sets in context the key debates about a novel which has provoked an immensely rich critical response. The extracts and essays included here examine Great Expectations in structural, symbolic, political, psychological, social and sexual terms, relating it to its own time and to a range of 20th century critical and theoretical perspectives. Exploring secondary sources from the first reviews in the 1860s to the most up-to-date critiques of the 1990s, the Guide is an essential resource for the study of one of Dickens's most complex novels.
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