Understanding Great Expectations: A Student Casebook to Issues, Sources, and Historical Documents
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000 - 228 páginas
A literary analysis chapter introduces students to the important themes and various writing techniques employed by Dickens. Each subsequent chapter offers original essays and explication of historical documents on significant issues. Each section concludes with thought-provoking study questions, topics for research, and lists of suggested readings. This volume will enhance students' reading of this classic and will facilitate further research for student and teacher alike.
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2 What Was a Gentleman in the Early Nineteenth Century?
The Dilemma of Victorian Women
4 Apprenticeship and the Blacksmith
5 Crime and Punishment in Great Expectations
6 The Hulks and Penal Transportation
Making a Fortune in the Outback
8 The Bow Street Police
9 English Private Theaters in the Early Nineteenth Century
10 The Marsh Country and the River