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Charles Dickens' 'Oliver Twist' / Oliver & Fagin
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An 8 page paper analyzing the characters of Oliver and Fagin in Charles Dickens' novel Oliver Twist. The writer concludes that neither Oliver nor Fagin are particularly realistic characters, Oliver because he is too saintly, and Fagin because he represents Dickens' anti-semitic prejudices. Bibliography lists six sources.
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Charles Dickens' 'Great Expectations' / Characters & Realism
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A 7 page paper on Charles Dickens' novel, Great Expectations. The writer describes Dickens use of realism and how this is reflected through the character of Pip and his interactions with the other characters. Bibliography lists the book.
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Charles Dickens' 'Oliver Twist' / Characterization, Moralistic View, & Social Aspects
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A 6 page research paper on Charles Dickens' use of character to comment on the social and moral implications of the industrial revolution on British society. Through the dimensions of various characters, Dickens penned a view of all of the social classes through the workings of the underworld. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Charles Dickens' 'Oliver Twist' vs. Pepys' 'Diary' / Streets Of London
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A 5 page paper on the changing face of London street life as seen in Samuel Pepys' Diary, written in the 1660s, and Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist, published in 1837. The paper shows how in Pepys' time the poor simply seemed to be people with less money than the rich, but in Dickens' time the violent cleavage between classes rendered the poor almost subhuman in society's eyes. The streets of London, predictably, reflected this change -- and suffered for it. Bibliography lists four sources.
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Charles Dickensí 'Great Expectations' / Nature Of Family
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7 pages in length. When one asks oneself what, if any, is the representation of an ideal family model as offered in Charles Dickens' 'Great Expectations,' what immediately comes to mind is the fact that the concept of family is often superceded by concerns of social and economical nature. Indeed, the familial allegiance is quite apparent as to how it relates to other, more individual and social concerns. The writer discusses the nature of family in relation to Dickens' 'Great Expectations.' No additional sources cited.
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