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Charles Dickens' Critical Realism in David Copperfield
Proceedings of the 2016 4th International Conference on Management Science, Education Technology, Arts, Social Science and Economics (msetasse-16)
Charles Dickens, a great English writer after Shakespeare, is the most achieved representative of the English critical realism literature of the 19th century. Dickens is immortal, and his works vividly reproduce the social conditions of Victorian England. By making an analysis of the historical settings, especially the concrete personage images, and identifying the critical realism in the novel, this thesis aims to reveal and criticize the social issues in the early Victorian era in the middledoi:10.2991/msetasse-16.2016.267 fatcat:sghzs4fob5b6pk32sio6ityc7i