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Charles Dickens: Faith, Angels and the Poor

Paperback|Sep 2017
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Charles Dickens was a great storyteller who documented the realities of daily life in Victorian England with deep insight and compassion. This unique book explores the nature and development of Dickens' faith and how it was expressed in his literary...


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Charles Dickens was a great storyteller who documented the realities of daily life in Victorian England with deep insight and compassion. This unique book explores the nature and development of Dickens' faith and how it was expressed in his literary works.

Charles Dickens was a great storyteller whose influence and reach extended beyond that normally associated with a novelist. A journalist, commentator, historian and the social conscience of a nation, Dickens possessed the rare ability of documenting the realities of life, and his novels have both challenged and entertained his contemporaries and posterity. But what of Dickens beliefs? And what did Dickens hope to communicate through his writings to an audience that would continue beyond his lifetime? Keith Hooper explores how Charles Dickens tried through his work to change the hearts of his readers. By exploring the nature and development of Dickens's faith, and the means by which it was expressed, we gain new and valuable insight into his literary work. There are many books out there on Charles Dickens, but none that seeks to understand what his faith meant to him, how it was reflected in his writings, or how he struggled with the church of his time.
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 469101
  • Product Code 9780745968513
  • ISBN 0745968511
  • EAN 9780745968513
  • Pages 240
  • Department General Books
  • Category Biography
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Lion Hudson Publishing
  • Publication Date Sep 2017
  • Sales Rank 55962
  • Dimensions 198 x 130 x 20mm

Keith Hooper

...A lecturer, speaker, English Tutor and writer...If it helps this is the sort of thing that appears in my lecture publicity...'Awarded a doctorate from the University of Exeter for his work on Charles Dickens, Keith Hooper regularly speaks on Victorian literature. His lectures, available on YouTube, have attracted thousands of viewers. His work has also appeared in the international journal The Dickensian. A qualified teacher, he currently works as an English tutor.

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