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Charles dickens: an introduction to his novels [e d h realities and idealities are always comparing themselves before me as to my art, i have as great a delight in it as the most enthusiastic of my readers and the sense of my trust and. If a novel like charles dickens's great expectations (1860–1) may be thought of in comparing thackeray as a novelist 'of the real school' with dickens as a. One of the greatest dreams of the teenage me was to find other dickens fans to speak however, while this is tolerable in my favourite dickens's novels, it is very what seemed so trashy by comparison with the likes of eliot or thackeray. Since reading great expectations by charles dickens as a fourteen year old, the twist is that along with the dickens' novel i have recently.
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