"Christmas stories" by Charles Dickens
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Content Introduction Chapter I - Charles Dickens life and career and the role of Christmas stories in his creativity 1 Beginning of literary career of Charles Dickens 2 Charles Dickens works written in Christmas story genre 3 Final creative works and changes in Charles Dickens personality 4 Review about his creativity Chapter II - The ideological theme of Christmas stories of Charles Dickens 1 The essence of Christmas stories and characterization of the main heroes 2 The differential features between Dickens and Irvings Christmas stories 3 Critical views to the stories Somebodys Luggage and Mrs. Lirripers Lodgings Conclusion Bibliography Introduction Charles Dickens generally regarded as the greatest English novelist he enjoyed a wider popularity than any previous author had done during his lifetime. Much in his work could appeal to simple and sophisticated, to the poor and the Queen, and technological developments as well as the qualities of his enabled his fame to spread worldwide very quickly.
His long career fluctuations in the reception and sales of individual novels, but none of them was negligible or uncharacteristic or disregarded, and though he is now admired for aspects and phases of his work that were given less weight by his contemporaries, his popularity has never ceased and his present critical standing is higher than ever before. The most abundantly comic of English authors, he was much more than a great entertainer. The range, compassion, and intelligence of his apprehension of his society and its shortcomings enriched his novels and made him both one of the great forces in XIX century literature and an influential spokesman of the conscience of his age.
Dickens was being compared to Shakespeare, for imaginative range and energy, while he was still in his twenties. He and Shakespeare are the two unique popular classics that England has given to the world, and they are alike in being remembered not for one masterpiece as is .Скачать