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Little dorrit

Upon its publication in 1857, -- From the Trade Paperback edition.

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  • "Charles Dickens 's great satire on poverty, riches, and imprisonment, Little Dorrit is the story of Arthur Clennam, a man whose kindly interest in Amy Dorrit, his mother's seamstress, assures him nothing but trouble. Her father, William Dorrit, a man of shabby grandeur, has long been imprisoned for debt in the Marshalsea. A masterly evocation of the state and psychology of imprisonment, Little Dorrit is a supreme work of Dickens's maturity."
  • "Upon its publication in 1857, -- From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "Upon its publication in 1857, Little Dorrit immediately outsold any of Dickens's previous books. The story of William Dorrit, imprisoned for debt in Marshalsea Prison, and his daughter and helpmate, Amy, or Little Dorrit, the novel charts the progress of the Dorrit family from poverty to riches. In his Introduction, David Gates argues that "intensity of imagination is the gift from which Dickens's other great attributes derive: his eye and ear, his near-universal empathy, his ability to entertain both a sense of the ridiculous and a sense of ultimate significance." This Modern Library Paperback Classic is set from the text of the 1857 edition. From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "The daughter of an imprisoned debtor suffers injustices of nineteenth-century English society."@en
  • "Of the complex, richly rewarding masterworks he wrote in the last decade of his life, Little Dorrit is the book in which Charles Dickens most fully unleashed his indignation at the fallen state of mid-Victorian society. Crammed with persons and incidents in whose recreation nothing is accidental or spurious, containing, in its picture of the Circumlocution Office, the most witheringly exact satire of a bureaucracy we possess, Little Dorrit is a stunning example of how thoroughly Dickens could put his flair for the theatrical and his comic genius the service of his passion for justice."@en

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  • "Domestic fiction"@en
  • "Domestic fiction"
  • "Love stories."@en
  • "Love stories."
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Didactic fiction."@en
  • "Domestic fiction."@en
  • "Domestic fiction."
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