The Companion To Little Dorrit (The Dickens Companions Series Lup)
The Companion to Little Dorrit provides the most extensive information yet available on the political, cultural, and personal backgrounds of a novel that today is considered a central text of Dickens's 'dark' period, and a major work of nineteenth-century literature. The Companion emphasizes the importance of the Crimean War through both the complex political rhetorical surrounding the Circumlocut...
Series: The Dickens Companions Series LUP (Book 9)
Hardcover: 576 pages
Publisher: Liverpool University Press; 1 edition (March 1, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 1.3 x 6.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 5487018
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on Office, and Dickens's depiction of Daniel Doyce, as well as through many other textual details. The Companion also makes important distinctions between administrative reform and civil service reform, and points to differences between boards of inquiry, committees and reports that conventional wisdom has frequently confused. Of special interest are the notes on the political figures of the day - Lord Palmerston, Lord Aberdeen, Sir Charles Treveylan and Austen Henry Layard, among many others - and on the debates in the House of Commons that were reported by The Times and that eventually found expression in Little Dorrit.