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Hard Times For These Times.

"...A blistering portrait of Victorian England as it struggles with the massive economic turmoil brought on by the Industrial Revolution."-p. [4] 0f cover.

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  • ""...A blistering portrait of Victorian England as it struggles with the massive economic turmoil brought on by the Industrial Revolution."-p. [4] 0f cover."@en
  • "Raised during the rise of industry, Louisa, whose poor choices in later life result from too practical an upbringing, cares nothing about what happens to her."
  • "Raised during the rise of industry, Louisa, whose poor choices in later life result from too practical an upbringing, cares nothing about what happens to her."@en
  • ""Now, what I want is, Facts." With these words, Mr. Gradgrind introduces the "workful" world of Coketown, an industrial mill town of the 1840s. But the arrival of a travelling circus is to disturb the grind of both school and factory. Fact is forced to confront feelings when Gradgrind adopts Sissy, an abandoned circus child. The stage is now set for a moving story of love, betrayal and disillusion."
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  • "A novel of the Industrial Revolution."
  • ""The proprietor of an experimental private school in an English manufacturing town, Thomas Gradgrind, a fanatic of the demonstrable fact, has raised his children Tom and Louisa in an atmosphere of grimmest practicality. Louisa marries the banker Josiah Bounderby partly to protect her brother who is in Bounderby's employ, partly because her education has resulted in an emotional atrophy that makes her indifferent to her fate. Tom, shallow and unscrupulous, robs Bounderby's bank and contrives to frame Stephen Blackpool, an honest and long-suffering mill hand. Meanwhile, Louisa's dormant emotions begin to awaken, stimulated by disgust for the vulgar Bounderby, and the attentions of the charming, amoral James Harthouse. When she runs away to her father and when Tom's guild is discovered, Gradgrind realizes how is principles have blighted his children's lives...The novel is Dickens' harshest indictment of practices and philosophical justifications of mid-19th-century industrialism in England." Reader's Ency. 3d edition."
  • "Hard Times--Dickens's shortest novel and one of his major triumphs--tells the tragic story of Louisa Gradgrind and her father and has had lasting appeal to generations of readers."@en
  • "Self-made cotton mill owner and braggart Josiah Bounderby marries Thomsa Gradgrind, Esquire's daughter Louisa. He accuses a dismissed laborer of stealing from his bank, but the culprit turns out to be his brother-in-law."@en
  • "Coketown is dominated by the figure of Mr Thomas Gradgrind, school headmaster and model of Utilitarian success. Feeding both his pupils and family with facts, he bans fancy and wonder from any young minds."
  • "Hard Times appeared in weekly parts in Household Words in 1854, printed on the pages usually occupied by leading article on the major social issues of the day. In the overlapping worlds of Gradgrind's schoolroom, Bounderby the humbug industrialist and Sissy Jupe of Slearys' Circus, Dickens joyfully satirizes Utilitarianism, the self-help doctrines of Samuel Smiles and the mechanization of the mid-Victorian soul. Although it is often called Dickens' 'industrial novel', as Kate Flint argues in her new introduction Hard Times defies easy categorization. It is a novel deeply preoccupied with childhood and family life, bursting with unresolvable tensions and contradictions and wonderfully entertaining in its metaphorical wit and invention."
  • "Hard Times appeared in weekly parts in Household Words in 1854, printed on the pages usually occupied by leading article on the major social issues of the day. In the overlapping worlds of Gradgrind's schoolroom, Bounderby the humbug industrialist and Sissy Jupe of Slearys' Circus, Dickens joyfully satirizes Utilitarianism, the self-help doctrines of Samuel Smiles and the mechanization of the mid-Victorian soul. Although it is often called Dickens' 'industrial novel', as Kate Flint argues in her new introduction Hard Times defies easy categorization. It is a novel deeply preoccupied with childhood and family life, bursting with unresolvable tensions and contradictions and wonderfully entertaining in its metaphorical wit and invention."@en
  • "'Hard Times' is Dickens's shortest novel, and arguably his greatest triumph. This edition contains an appendix of the author's working notes, together with an introduction and full explanatory notes."@en
  • "First published in 1854, Hard Times is a profoundly moving, articulate and searing indictment of the life-reducing effects of the industrial revolution, and certain aspects of enlightenment thinking. Set in the fictional midlands mill-town of Coketown, the narrative centers on the industrialist, Mr Thomas Gradgrind, whose belief in scientific utilitarianism skews his world view and is a motive force, carrying the narrative towards farce and tragedy. Gradgrind's no-nonsense abhorrence of 'fancy' extends to his implementing an ambitious education scheme that aims to exclude all 'nonsense' and keep the minds of young people focused squarely on facts. The book is ultimately an argument in favor of fancy and radical thinking, and a damning critique of industrial capitalism and its exploitation and repression of the workers whose lives were spent (literally) in sustaining the system."
  • "Dickens' powerful and withering portrait of a Lancashire mill town in the 1840s. In the persons of Gradgrind and Bounderby, he stigmatised the prevalent philosophy of Utilitarianism, which, whether in school or factory, allowed human beings to be caged in a dreary scenery of brick terraces and foul chimneys, to be enslaved to machines and reduced to numbers."
  • "Novel depicting Victorian industrial society."@en
  • "Hard Times is Dickens's shortest novel, and arguably his greatest triumph. A useful appendix of the author's working notes, together with an enlightening introduction and full explanatory notes, will ensure that this edition becomes the obvious choice for anyone studying the novel. Paul Schlike is Lecturer in English at the University of Aberdeen."@en
  • "This story of class conflict in Victorian England serves as a powerful critique of the social injustices that plagued the Industrial Revolution. THIS ENRICHED CLASSIC EDITION INCLUDES: ? A concise introduction that gives the reader important background information ? A chronology of the author's life and work ? A timeline of significant events that provides the book's historical context ? An outline of key themes and plot points to guide the reader's own interpretations ? Detailed explanatory notes ? Critical analysis, including contemporary and modern perspectives on the work ? Discussion questions to promote lively classroom and book group interaction ? A list of recommended related books and films to broaden the reader's experience."@en
  • "Hard Times is a novel by Charles Dickens, first published in 1854. The book is a condition-of-England novel, which aimed to highlight the social and economic pressures that some people were experiencing. Unlike other such writings at the time, the novel is unusual in that it is not set in London (as was also Dickens' usual wont), but in the fictitious Victorian industrialist Coketown, a generic Northern English mill-town partially based upon 19th-century Preston. Dickens wished to satirize radical Utilitarians whom he described in a letter to Charles Knight as "see[ing] figures and averag."@en
  • "The tragic story of Louisa Gradgrind and her father. When Louisa, trapped in a loveless marriage, falls prey to an idle seducer, the crises forces her father to reconsider his cherished system of a contemporary utilitarian philosophy."
  • "Depicts the joyless existences of the citizens of the imaginary mid-Victorian city of Coketown, whose workers toil endlessly for factory owner Josiah Bounderby, and whose students drudge for utilitarian educator Thomas Gradgrind."@en
  • "Author uses his story to attack Utilitarianism, the belief that a rational, unsentimental society based on statistics would provide the greatest happiness for the greatest number of people."
  • "Author uses his story to attack Utilitarianism, the belief that a rational, unsentimental society based on statistics would provide the greatest happiness for the greatest number of people."@en
  • "In the depressed mill town of Coketown, schoolmaster Thomas Gradgrind lives to impose his version of education: feeding the mind while starving the soul and spirit. Inflexible and unyielding, he places conformity above curiosity, and logic over sentiment, only to have his philosophy warp and destroy the lives of his own family. 'Hard Times' is Dickens's scathing portrait of Victorian industrial society and its misapplied utilitarian philosophy."@en
  • "This story of class conflict in Victorian England serves as a powerful critique of the social injustices that plagued the Industrial Revolution."
  • "This story of class conflict in Victorian England serves as a powerful critique of the social injustices that plagued the Industrial Revolution."@en
  • "-- Hard Times features schoolmaster Thomas Gradgrind, one of his most richly dimensional, memorable characters. Filled with the details and wonders of small-town life, it is also a daring novel of ideas--and ultimately, a celebration of love, hope, and limitless possibilities of the imagination."@en
  • "No other work of Dickens presents so harsh an indictment against the attitude of life he associated with Utilitarianism. With savage bitterness Dickens exposes the devilish industries and institutions that exploited the bodies and minds of the vulnerable labor class."
  • "Hard Times was written to 'shake some people in a terrible mistake of these days', as Dickens put in a letter to Thomas Carlyle. The 'terrible mistake' was the contemporary utilitarian philosophy, expounded in Hard Times (1854) as the Philosophy of Fact by the hard-headed disciplinarian Thomas Gradgrind."
  • ""The 'terrible mistake' was the contemporary utilitarian philosophy, expounded in Hard Times (1854) as the Philosophy of Fact by the hard-headed disciplinarian Thomas Gradgrind. But the novel, Dickens's shortest, is more than a polemical tract for the times; the tragic story of Louisa Gradgrind and her father is one of Dickens's triumphs. When Louisa, trapped in a loveless marriage, falls prey to an idle seducer, the crisis forces her father to reconsider his cherished system" -- publisher websit (July 2007)."
  • "Contemporary fiction. Looks at working conditions in a Victorian factory town in the industrial north of England. It's an extraordinary novel that considers how enslavement to systems at the expense of imagination and feeling can wreck human lives. This new edition celebrates Charles Dickens' most openly campaigning novel, through which the author said he aimed to ''strike the heaviest blow in my power''. Hard Times explores the important social questions of the day and places prosperity and morality under the microscope."
  • "Raised during the rise of industry, Louisa, shows poor choices in later life result from too practical an upbringing, cares nothing about what happens to her."@en
  • "Raised during the rise of industry, Louisa, shows poor choices in later life result from too practical an upbringing, cares nothing about what happens to her."
  • "Een overdreven praktisch ingestelde vader onderdrukt de emoties en het fantasieleven van zijn kinderen. Hij maakt hun leven daarmee heel moeilijk. Met kleurenfoto's, opdrachten, een MultiRom en een cd met het voorgelezen verhaal en verschillende activiteiten. Vanaf ca. 15 jaar."
  • "No other work of Dickens presents so relentless an indictment against the callous greed of the Victorian indistrial society and its misapplied utilitarian philosophy as this fiercest of his novels. With savage bitterness Dickens unmasks the hellish industries that imprisoned the bodies of the helpless labor class and the equally satanic institutions that shackled the development of their minds."@en
  • "In the persons of Gradgrind and Bounderby, Dickens stigmatized the prevalent philosophy of utilitarianism which, whether in school or factory, allowed human beings to be caged in a dreary scenery of brick terraces and foul chimneys, to be enslaved to machines and reduced to numbers."
  • "Thomas Gradgrind, retired businessman and one of Coketown's most prominent citizens, runs his life and his school along strict utilitarian lines. Fact and reason are his governing principles; imagination and sentiment are to be abhorred and suppressed. Gradgrind raises his children, Tom and Louisa, by the same soulless, barren methods, blighting their young lives. Shorn of emotion because of her upbringing, Louisa yields to a loveless marriage to Gradgrind's boastful, factory-owning friend, Josiah Bounderby, which at least will help advance the career of her beloved brother. Tom, meanwhile, rebels against the strictures of his childhood by falling into dissolute ways, culminating in a plan to rob Bounderby's bank and allow a former employee to be implicated. Dickens sets imagination, compassion and humanity against the sterility of cold hard reason in Hard Times, which he described as a satire on "those who see figures and averages, and nothing else -- the representatives of the wickedest and most enormous vice of this time". -- from publisher."
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  • "Een overdreven praktisch ingestelde vader onderdrukt de emoties en het fantasieleven van zijn kinderen. Hij maakt hun leven daarmee heel moeilijk. Met kleurenfoto's, opdrachten, een MultiRom en een cd met het voorgelezen verhaal en verschillende activiteiten."
  • "Thomas Gradgrind, a practical man, brings up his two children, Louisa and Tom, accordingly, thoroughly suppressing the imaginative and emotional sides of their natures with devastating consequences."
  • "Thomas Gradgrind, a practical man, brings up his two children, Louisa and Tom, accordingly, thoroughly suppressing the imaginative and emotional sides of their natures with devastating consequences."@en
  • "Coketown is dominated by the figure of Mr. Thomas Gradgrind, school headmaster and model of Utilitarian success. Feeding both his pupils and his family with facts, he bans fancy and wonder from young minds."@en
  • "Classic novel which depicts the callous nature of Victorian education, the ills of industrial society."@en
  • "A story about industrial England, set in Coketown, and featuring the contrasting characters of Sleary, a circus-owner, tender-hearted Cissy Jupe, harsh schoolmaster Thomas Gradgrind, and the drunken Mrs. Blackpool."
  • "Mr. Thomas Gradgrind, school headmaster in Cokestown, a northern English village beset by industrialism, runs his family and his school with a rigid adherence to facts, but his daughter's loveless marriage, his son's involment with gambling and robbery, and his encounters with a varietyof characters, force him to recognize the value of the human heart."@en
  • "Relates the experiences of a variety of characters struggling in nineteenth-century industrial England."
  • "Dickens's widely read satirical account of the Industrial Revolution. Dickens creates the Victorian industrial city of Coketown, in northern England, and its unforgettable citizens, such as the unwavering utilitarian Thomas Gradgrind and the factory owner Josiah Bounderby, and the result is his famous critique of capitalist philosophy, the exploitative force he believed was destroying human creativity and joy. This edition includes new notes to the text. From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "Een overdreven praktisch ingestelde vader tracht het geestesleven van zijn kinderen te onderdrukken."
  • "Hard Times, is perhaps most remarkable for its brevity. The normally prolific and wordy Dickens' short novel is a moving complaint against contemporary utilitarianism, counterbalanced by a look at the necessity of entertainment."@en
  • ""Facts alone are wanted in life." The children at Mr. Gradgrind's school are sternly ordered to stifle their imaginations and pay attention only to cold, hard reality. The effects of Gradgrind's teaching on his own children, Tom and Louisa, are particularly profound and leave them ill-equipped to deal with the unpredictable desires of the human heart. Luckily for them, they have a friend in Sissy Jupe, the child of a circus clown, who retains her warm-hearted, compassionate nature despite the pressures around her. By 1854, when Hard Times was published, Charles Dickens' magisterial progress as a writer had come to incorporate a many-sided, coherent vision of English society, both as it was and as he wished it to be. Hard Times, a classic Dickensian story of redemption set in a North of England town beset by industrialism, everywhere benefits from this vision - in the trenchancy of its satire, in its sweeping indignation at social injustice, and in the persistent humanity with which its author enlivens his largest and smallest incidents. (Book Jacket Status: Jacketed) From the Hardcover edition."@en
  • "Charles Dickens' Hard Times has been enjoyed by readers around the world for over 150 years. Now you can enjoy this classic novel, which in unusual amongst Dickens' work in that it is not set in London, but in the fictional town of Coketown, which was based on the real town of Preston. It paints a somewhat cynical view of life in an industrial English town in the 19th Century."@en
  • "By 1854, when Hard times was published, Charles Dickens' magisterial progress as a writer had come to incorporate a many-sided, coherent vision of English society, both as it was and as he wished it to be. A classic Dickensian story of redemption set in a North of England town beset by industrialism, everywhere benefits from this vision -- in the trenchancy of its satire, in its sweeping indignation at social injustice, and in the persistent humanity with which its author enlivens his largest and smallest incidents."
  • "The wide expanse of Dicken's nvel, with its attack upon the stunting riqour of an industrial revolution which tended to convert workers into machines of hard labour, its triumphantly brought to life in this skilful adaption for a cast of four (although more can be used)..."
  • ""Including introduction, life of the author, background material, character analyses, significance of setting, summaries and commentaries, Dickens' philosophy and style, questions for review"--Subtitle."@en
  • "Contains the complete text of the nineteenth-century tale of redemption in a northern English town beset by industrialism, and includes a critical introduction and chronology."
  • "The overlapping worlds of Gradgrind's schoolroom, Bonderby the humbug industrialist and Sissy Jupe of Sleary's Circus, Dickens satirizes Utilitarianism, the self-help doctrines of Samual Smiles and the mechanization of the mid-Victorian soul."
  • "Set in Coketown, a fictional industrial town in the north of England, 'Hard Times' was born of its author's indignation at the soul-crushing conditions of the industrial age."@en
  • "Murdering the innocent! Facts, facts, facts. Teach these children facts, not fancies. Sense, not sentimentality. Conformity, not curiosity. Proof and demonstration, not poetry and drama... On this bleak tenet is run the Gradgrind model day school in Hard Times. No other work of Dickens presents so relentless an indictment against the callous greed of the Victorian industrial society and its misapplied utilitarian philosophy as this fiercest of his novels."
  • "Hard times in mid-Victorian England is Coketown, where blackened mills dominate the skyline, the rivers run purple with pollution and children are numbered instead of being names."@en
  • "Hard Times, by Charles Dickens, is part of the <A href=http://www.barnesandnoble.com/classics/index.asp?z=y&cds2Pid=16447&sLinkPrefix>Barnes & Noble Classics</A> series, which offers quality editions at affordable prices to the student and the general reader, including new scholarship, thoughtful design, and pages of carefully crafted extras. Here are some of the remarkable features of Barnes & Noble Classics:<UL type=disc><LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>New introductions commissioned from today's top writers and scholars <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Biographies of the authors <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Chronologies of contemporary historical, biographical, and cultural events <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Footnotes and endnotes <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Selective discussions of imitations, parodies, poems, books, plays, paintings, operas, statuary, and films inspired by the work <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Comments by other famous authors <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Study questions to challenge the reader's viewpoints and expectations <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Bibliographies for further reading <LI style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt; mso-list: l0 level1 lfo2; tab-stops: list .5in; mso-margin-top-alt: auto; mso-margin-bottom-alt: auto class=MsoNormal>Indices & Glossaries, when appropriateAll editions are beautifully designed and are printed to superior specifications; some include illustrations of historical interest. Barnes & Noble Classics pulls together a constellation of influences&#151;biographical, historical, and literary&#151;to enrich each reader's understanding of these enduring works. <P style=MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt>Set amid smokestacks and factories, Charles Dickens's Hard Times is a blistering portrait of Victorian England as it struggles with the massive economic turmoil brought on by the Industrial Revolution.Championing the mind-numbing materialism of the period is Thomas Gradgrind, one of Dickens's most vivid characters. He opens the novel by arguing that boys and girls should be taught &#147;nothing but Facts. Facts alone are wanted in life. Forbidding the development of imagination, Gradgrind is ultimately forced to confront the results of his philosophy&#151;his own daughter's terrible unhappiness.Full of suspense, humor, and tenderness, Hard Times is a brilliant defense of art in an age of mechanism.Karen Odden received her Ph.D. from New York University, where she did her dissertation on Victorian literature. Most recently a lecturer at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, she is now a freelance writer and lives in Arizona."@en
  • "Thomas Gradgrind destroys the spiritual and emotional lives of his children by denying the importance of human feelings."
  • "Thomas Gradgrind destroys the spiritual and emotional lives of his children by denying the importance of human feelings."@en
  • "De gevolgen van een opvoeding waarmee een praktisch ingestelde vader het geestesleven van zijn kinderen tracht te onderdrukken."
  • ""Thomas Gradgrind is the guiding luminary of the Coketown school, stern proponent of the Philosophy of Fact, whose ill-conceived idealism blinds him to the essential humanity of those around, with calamitous results. His daughter Louisa becomes trapped in a loveless marriage and falls prey to an idle seducer, and her brother Tom is ruined thanks to their father's pet theories. Meanwhile Sleary's circus offers a vision of escape and entertainment, a joyful contrast to the dreariness of life in Coketown. The hardship of the workers and the victimization of Stephen Blackpool are set against the exuberance of the circus people in Dickens's much-loved moral tale. Gradgrind is forced to reconsider his cherished system when he realizes that 'Facts alone' are not, after all, enough"--Cover, p. 4."
  • "Dicken's withering portrait of a Lancashire mill town in the 1840s is also a dazzling work of political satire."@en

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  • "Hard times. For these times."@en
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  • "Hard times notes ... /"@en
  • "Sketches by boz"@en
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  • "Jian nan shi shi"
  • "Hard times,"@en
  • "The Oxford illustrated Dickens Hard times for these times"
  • "Hard Times For these times."
  • "Hard times, a new story."@en
  • "Hard times : notes ..."@en
  • "Hard Times For these Times"
  • "Pictures from Italy"
  • "Pictures from Italy"@en
  • "Hard times ..."
  • "[Dickens'] "Hard times" : notes /"
  • "Hard times for these times ; [Reprinted pieces]."@en
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  • "Hard times : for these times /"@en
  • "New Oxford illustrated Dickens"
  • "Hard times For these times."@en
  • "Hard times for these times, by Charles Dickens... Illustrations by F. Walker and Maurice Greiffenhagen... Introduction by Dingle Foot."
  • "Hard times : for theses times /"
  • "Hard times for these times : with 4 illus. by F. Walker and maurice greiffenhagen and an introd. by dingle foot."
  • "Sammlung"
  • "Hard Times : Cassette Pack /"@en
  • "Hard times = 艰难时世 /"
  • "Hard times, for these times."
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  • "Hard times [and No thoroughfare] / by Charles Dickens ; illustrated by Charles Pears' character studies ; with an introduction by Bernard Shaw."
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  • "Hard times : and other stories."
  • "Hard times for these times"@en
  • "Hard times for these times"
  • "Hard times : a true story /"@en
  • "Hard times = Tempi difficili /"
  • "Hard times ; A tale of two cities ; Great expectations /"
  • "Hard times ; A tale of two cities ; Great expectations /"@en
  • "Cliff Notes on Curto's hard times"@en
  • "Hard times for these times /"@en
  • "Hard times for these times /"
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  • "Hard Times /"
  • "Hard times for these times,"@en

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