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