Bleak House (with an Introduction by Edwin Percy Whipple)

 
 
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  • erschienen am 1. Januar 2017
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Widely considered as one of Dickens most superb and complete novels, "Bleak House" contains a more vastly complex and engaging array of characters and sub-plots than any of Dickens's novels. As is commonplace in his works, Dickens satirically criticizes the social inequities of his time turning his attacks in this instance to the judicial system of 19th century England. At the center of the novel is the story of John Jarndyce who is tied up in a long-running litigation concerning an estate to which his wards Richard Carstone and Ada Clare are the beneficiaries. A series of events take the vast array of comic and tragic characters from the slums of London to the mansions of noblemen, involving some in treachery and others in discovery. Dickens blends the perfect balance of comedy and social satire in a story that contains mystery, tragedy, murder, redemption, and enduring love. This edition includes an introduction by Edwin Percy Whipple and a biographical afterword.
  • Englisch
  • La Vergne
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  • USA
Neeland Media LLC
978-1-4209-5508-8 (9781420955088)
142095508X (142095508X)
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  • Intro
  • Introduction
  • Preface
  • Chapter I. In Chancery
  • Chapter II. In Fashion
  • Chapter III. A Progress
  • Chapter IV. Telescopic Philanthropy
  • Chapter V. A Morning Adventure
  • Chapter VI. Quite at Home
  • Chapter VII. The Ghost's Walk
  • Chapter VIII. Covering a Multitude of Sins
  • Chapter IX. Signs and Tokens
  • Chapter X. The Law-Writer
  • Chapter XI. Our Dear Brother
  • Chapter XII. On the Watch
  • Chapter XIII. Esther's Narrative
  • Chapter XIV. Deportment
  • Chapter XV. Bell Yard
  • Chapter XVI. Tom-all-Alone's
  • Chapter XVII. Esther's Narrative
  • Chapter XVIII. Lady Dedlock
  • Chapter XIX. Moving On
  • Chapter XX. A New Lodger
  • Chapter XXI. The Smallweed Family
  • Chapter XXII. Mr. Bucket
  • Chapter XXIII. Esther's Narrative
  • Chapter XXIV. An Appeal Case
  • Chapter XXV. Mrs. Snagsby Sees It All
  • Chapter XXVI. Sharpshooters
  • Chapter XXVII. More Old Soldiers Than One
  • Chapter XXVIII. The Ironmaster
  • Chapter XXIX. The Young Man
  • Chapter XXX. Esther's Narrative
  • Chapter XXXI. Nurse and Patient
  • Chapter XXXII. The Appointed Time
  • Chapter XXXIII. Interlopers
  • Chapter XXXIV. A Turn of the Screw
  • Chapter XXXV. Esther's Narrative
  • Chapter XXXVI. Chesney Wold
  • Chapter XXXVII. Jarndyce and Jarndyce
  • Chapter XXXVIII. A Struggle
  • Chapter XXXIX. Attorney and Client
  • Chapter XL. National and Domestic
  • Chapter XLI. In Mr. Tulkinghorn's Room
  • Chapter XLII. In Mr. Tulkinghorn's Chambers
  • Chapter XLIII. Esther's Narrative
  • Chapter XLIV. The Letter and the Answer
  • Chapter XLV. In Trust
  • Chapter XLVI. Stop Him!
  • Chapter XLVII. Jo's Will
  • Chapter XLVIII. Closing in
  • Chapter XLIX. Dutiful Friendship
  • Chapter L. Esther's Narrative
  • Chapter LI. Enlightened
  • Chapter LII. Obstinacy
  • Chapter LIII. The Track
  • Chapter LIV. Springing a Mine
  • Chapter LV. Flight
  • Chapter LVI. Pursuit
  • Chapter LVII. Esther's Narrative
  • Chapter LVIII. A Wintry Day and Night
  • Chapter LIX. Esther's Narrative
  • Chapter LX. Perspective
  • Chapter LXI. A Discovery
  • Chapter LXII. Another Discovery
  • Chapter LXIII. Steel and Iron
  • Chapter LXIV. Esther's Narrative
  • Chapter LXV. Beginning the World
  • Chapter LXVI. Down in Lincolnshire
  • Chapter LXVII. The Close of Esther's Narrative
  • Biographical Afterword
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