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Chancery: The Symbolic Monster and Contageous Disease Affecting Every Facet of Life - A Case of Dickens' Bleak House
International Journal of Social Science and Economics Invention
This article first explores the key technique that sets the tone and mood of the whole novel: the symbolic setting. We then explain what is symbolic about the bleakness of London weather and terrain by examining Dickens' thematic disclosure that will comprise examining : the symbolic setting of the novel (London); Chancery as a symbol of individualism, corruption and deception (discussed using corrupt lawyers); Chancery as symbol of incompetence and irresponsibility; Chancery as disease;doi:10.23958/ijssei/vol05-i08/140 fatcat:cby4cthtizfffhxd32i2mmqetu