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Dickens: A Biography - Kaplan, Fred
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1988, ISBN: 9780801860188

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Named a notable book of the year by the "New York Times" and one of best biographies of 1988 by "Publishers Weekly" "Anyone who has not read a life of Dickens is going to prefer Fred Kaplan's long, solid, and illuminating biography, furnished with new facts and theories, to any previous one they might encounter. The novelist who emerges from his study -- dynamic, mercurial, self-deluding, with a big heart for the masses and a small one for his ego, makes fascinating reading." -- Louis Auchincloss, "Newsday" " "Dickens" by Fred Kaplan may do for our greatest writer after Shakespeare what Ellman did for Oscar Wilde... A brilliantly readable work and one essential for all of us who care about the man who, for all his faults, remained 'The Inimitable' and 'The Sparkler' to the end." -- John Mortimer, "Spectator" "Fred Kaplan's "Dickens.".. would be valuable if only because it takes into account the reams of research that have been published in the intervening years; but it is also well proportioned, persuasive in its judgments and consistently, grippingly readable." -- John Gross, "New York Times" From a bitter childhood mired in poverty and hard work to a career as the most acclaimed and best-loved writer in the English-speaking world, Charles Dickens had a life as tumultuous as any he created in his teeming novels of life in Victorian England. And no one has captured the rich texture of this life as colorfully and persuasively as Fred Kaplan in this acclaimed biography. Drawing on unpublished and long-forgotten sources, Kaplan presents a full-scale portrait of Dickens and his world. From the autobiographical basis of his novels and his extraordinary circle of friends to the course of his unhappy marriage and complicated family relations, Kaplan reveals the restless compulsions, private passions, and professional concerns that drove Dickens to unprecedented literary success. Kaplan details Dickens's often stormy dealings with his publishers and his carefully cultivated relationship with readers, heightened through amateur theatricals and numerous public readings in Britain and North America. Brilliantly written and thoroughly researched, "Dickens" provides an absorbing and perceptive account of its subject as a singularly complex man and a consummate artist, offering readers new insights into Dickens's -- and literature's -- greatest works, works such as "Bleak House," "David Copperfield," "Great Expectations," and "Oliver Twist." "Kaplan has spent ten years preparing and writing this book; his achievement is as rare, as wonderful, as the Dickens he brings to life. We are all the beneficiaries of this exceptional biography." -- A. D. Hutter, "Los Angeles Times" "A winning mix of insight, narrative skill and shrewd judgement. Kaplan shows how powerfully both as a Dickens: A Biography Kaplan, Fred, Johns Hopkins University Press

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From a bitter childhood mired in poverty and hard work to a career as the most acclaimed and best-loved writer in the English-speaking world, Charles Dickens had a life as tumultuous as any he created in his teeming novels of life in Victorian England. And no one has captured the rich texture of this life as colorfully and persuasively as Fred Kaplan in this acclaimed biography. Drawing on unpublished and long-forgotten sources, Kaplan presents a full-scale portrait of Dickens and his world. From the autobiographical basis of his novels and his extraordinary circle of friends to the course of his unhappy marriage and complicated family relations, Kaplan reveals the restless compulsions, private passions, and professional concerns that drove Dickens to unprecedented literary success. Kaplan details Dickens's often stormy dealings with his publishers and his carefully cultivated relationship with readers, heightened through amateur theatricals and numerous public readings in Britain and North America. Brilliantly written and thoroughly researched, Dickens provides an absorbing and perceptive account of its subject as a singularly complex man and a consummate artist, offering readers new insights into Dickens's?and literature's?greatest works, works such as Bleak House, David Copperfield, Great Expectations, and Oliver Twist. 19th century,arts and literature,authors,biographies,historical,history,history and criticism,literature and fiction,modern (16th-21st centuries),movements and periods Biographies, Johns Hopkins University Press

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From a bitter childhood mired in poverty and hard work to a career as the most acclaimed and best-loved writer in the English-speaking world, Charles Dickens had a life as tumultuous as any he created in his teeming novels of life in Victorian England. And no one has captured the rich texture of this life as colorfully and persuasively as Fred Kaplan in this acclaimed biography. Drawing on unpublished and long-forgotten sources, Kaplan presents a full-scale portrait of Dickens and his world. From the autobiographical basis of his novels and his extraordinary circle of friends to the course of his unhappy marriage and complicated family relations, Kaplan reveals the restless compulsions, private passions, and professional concerns that drove Dickens to unprecedented literary success. Kaplan details Dickens''s often stormy dealings with his publishers and his carefully cultivated relationship with readers, heightened through amateur theatricals and numerous public readings in Britain and North America. Brilliantly written and thoroughly researched, Dickens provides an absorbing and perceptive account of its subject as a singularly complex man and a consummate artist, offering readers new insights into Dickens''s-and literature''s-greatest works, works such as Bleak House, David Copperfield, Great Expectations, and Oliver Twist. Fred Kaplan, Books, Biography and Memoir, Literary, Dickens: A Biography Books>Biography and Memoir>Literary, Johns Hopkins University Press

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Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998 VG+/ Near Fine condition trade paperback, 1st printing per no. line. Binding is tight, glossy & square w/ little to no wear. Text is tight, bright, clean, unmarked- except for sm. inkblot in margin of pg. 184- barely affects text. NO spine crease or remainder mark. Handsome copy- appears unread. ***Reliable, fast! (34ah). First Edition Thus. Trade Paperback. Very Good., Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998

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Dickens: A Biography
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Kaplan, Fred

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Dickens: A Biography

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0801860180

From a bitter childhood mired in poverty and hard work to a career as the most acclaimed and best loved writer in the English-speaking world, Charles Dickens had a life as tumultuous as any he created in his teeming novels of life in Victorian England. And no one has captured the rich texture of his life as colorfully and persuasively as Fred Kaplan in this acclaimed biography. 107 illustrations.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780801860188
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0801860180
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 1998
Editeur: JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV PR
640 Pages
Poids: 0,943 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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