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Charles Dickens's Great Expectations

Charles Dickens's Great Expectations

by John Sutherland

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|September 1, 2018

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Great Expectations is one of the best-selling Victorian novels of our time. No Dickens work, with the exception of A Christmas Carol, has been adapted more for both film and television. It has been as popular with critics as it has with the public. In 1937,…
Thomas Hardy's Tess Of The D'ubervilles

Thomas Hardy's Tess Of The D'ubervilles

by Cedric Watts

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|October 16, 2018

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Few novels have caused more of a stir than Tess of the d’Urbervilles. In England, the Duchess of Abercorn stated that she divided her dinner-guests according to their view of Tess. If they deemed her “a little harlot”, she put them in one group;…
F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby
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When The Great Gatsby was first published, in 1925, reviews were mixed. H.L. Mencken called it “no more than a glorified anecdote”. L.P. Hartley, author of The Go-Between, thought Fitzgerald deserved “a good shaking”: “The Great…
Jane Austen's Emma

Jane Austen's Emma

by John Sutherland

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|September 1, 2018

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“A heroine whom no-one but myself will much like,” the author famously proclaimed. In fact, in any league of likeability Miss Woodhouse is streets ahead of Miss Fanny – the ostentatiously “meek” heroine of Mansfield Park. Meek Emma…
Jane Austen's Mansfield Park

Jane Austen's Mansfield Park

by John Sutherland

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|October 13, 2020

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Few novels have divided critics more than Mansfield Park . It has been fiercely argued over for more than 200 years, and with good reason: it is open to radically different interpretations. At its broadest, it is a novel about the condition of England, setting up…