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Little Dorrit (Penguin Classics) Paperback – January 27, 2004
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How well Dickens uses dialogue to identify character; how amusing are their tics. The characters fall into strata. The main of them, characterized by Clennam, Doyce, and Pancks, are at the level of small businessmen, tradesmen. Below them are the destitutes. A little above them are Mrs. Clennam, Casby, the Meagles. And high above them the Merdles, Gowans, and the like. The novel finds its way at the lower levels--it's a novel of the lower middle class and the lower class and the poor--and down there is so much life and love and devotion. It was strong medicine for me, cognitively dissonant, for Little Dorrit to love with such devotion. And Clennam loves her so deeply though he had no love in his life to that point.Read more ›
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Some people like Dickens' style, some hate it.If you like Dickens, you'll like this.Published 25 days ago by jr
A much overlooked dickens book. I never knew it existed. Saw a PBS series on it and got the book to flesh out what was going on in the characters' heads.Published 2 months ago by PATRICIA REMEIKA
I always enjoy reading Charles Dickens works and Little Dorrit was no exception. I also watched the 1987 movie version starring Alec Guiness that was good, too. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mark Morris