Dickens and the trials of imagination

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Harvard University Press, 1974 - Literary Criticism - 260 pages
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Examines the thematic preoccupations, wit, diction, syntax, and metaphor of Dickens's major stylistic modes, particularly in terms of his characters' fanciful impulses and escapist of retaliatory uses of the imagination

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Diagnosis
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Quarantine
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Release
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