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George Silverman's Explanation

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After a traumatic early childhood spent living in poverty in a Preston cellar, the suddenly orphaned George Silverman grows up convinced that he is at fault for all the misfortunes in his life. Hoodwinked by hypocritical clergymen and exploited by his employer, he finds himself forsaking love and facing professional ruin.One of Dickens''s very last writings, ''George Silverman''s Explanation'' is a dark and psychologically insightful investigation of failure and guilt. This volume also includes two other lesser-known pieces of fiction by Dickens: the novella for children ''Holiday Romance'' and the detective story ''Hunted Down''.>

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A literary phenomenon in his lifetime and renowned as much for his journalism and public speaking as for his novels, Charles Dickens now ranks as the most important Victorian writer and one of the most influential and popular authors in the English language. His memorable and vividly rendered characters and his combination of humour, trenchant satire and compassion have left an indelible mark on our collective imagination.

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After a traumatic early childhood spent living in poverty in a Preston cellar, the suddenly orphaned George Silverman grows up convinced that he is at fault for all the misfortunes in his life. Hoodwinked by hypocritical clergymen and exploited by his employer, he finds himself forsaking love and facing professional ruin.

One of Dickens's very last writings, 'George Silverman's Explanation' is a dark and psychologically insightful investigation of failure and guilt. This volume also includes two other lesser-known pieces of fiction by Dickens: the novella for children 'Holiday Romance' and the detective story 'Hunted Down'.

Product details

Authors Charles Dickens
Publisher Alma Books
 
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 15.02.2015
 
EAN 9781847494023
ISBN 978-1-84749-402-3
No. of pages 144
Subjects Fiction > Narrative literature

Victorian; childhood

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