Table of contents for Charles Dickens / Harold Bloom, editor.

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Contents
Editor's Note
Introduction
	Harold Bloom
The Great Popularity
	G.K. Chesterton
Dickens's Radicalism, Plausibility, and his Image of the Working Man 
	George Orwell 
Introduction to Great Expectations 
	George Bernard Shaw
Little Dorrit 
	Lionel Trilling
The Heroes and Heroines of Dickens
	Angus Wilson
Mr. Micawber and the Redefinition of Experience 
	William Oddie
Dickens and Violence 
	John Carey
Discipline in Different Voices: Bureaucracy, Police, Family, and Bleak House
	D.A. Miller
Dickens and Darwin
	George Levine
Our Mutual Friend: The Taught Self 
	Pam Morris
Dickens and Language 
	Garrett Stewart
Charles Dickens - Syndrome Spotter: A Review of Some Morbid Observations 
	John Cosnett
Afterthought
	Harold Bloom
Chronology
Contributors
Bibliography
Acknowledgments
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 -- Criticism and interpretation.