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Bleak House Bleak House Is A Novel By Charles Dickens, Published In 20 Monthly Installments Between March 1852 And September 1853 It Is Held To Be One Of Dickens S Finest Novels, Containing One Of The Most Vast, Complex And Engaging Arrays Of Minor Characters And Sub Plots In His Entire Canon.At The Novel S Core Is Long Running Litigation In England S Court Of Chancery, Jarndyce V Jarndyce, Which Has Far Reaching Consequences For All Involved The Litigation, Which Already Has Taken Many Years And Consumed Between 60,000 And 70,000 In Court Costs, Is Emblematic Of The Failure Of Chancery.Though Chancery Lawyers And Judges Criticised Dickens S Portrait Of Chancery As Exaggerated And Unmerited, His Novel Helped To Spur An Ongoing Movement That Culminated In The Enactment Of Legal Reform In The 1870s.

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  • Paperback
  • 1017 pages
  • Bleak House
  • Charles Dickens
  • English
  • 03 October 2019
  • 0143037617

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    Shivering in unheated gaslit quarters Mrs Winklebottom, my plump and inquisitive landlady, treats the heat as very dear, and my radiator, which clanks and hisses like the chained ghost of a boa constrictor when it is active, had not yet commenced this stern and snowy morning , I threw down the volume I had been endeavoring to study certainly I am not clever, neither am I intrepid nor duly digligent, as after several pages I found the cramped and tiny print an intolerable strain on my strabism Shivering in unheated gaslit quarters Mrs Winklebottom, my plump and inquisitive landlady, treats the heat as very dear, and my radiator, which clanks and hisses like the chained ghost of a boa constrictor when it is active, had not yet commenced this stern and snowy morning , I threw down the volume I had been endeavoring to study certainly I am not clever, neither am I intrepid nor duly digligent, as after several pages I found the cramped and tiny print an intolerable strain on my strabismic eyes Straightening my bonnet, I passed outdoors into the frigid, sooty streets, where shoppers bustled by in a frenzy, now rushing into the 99 cent store, bedecked with PVC Santa ...


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    Bleak House How can it be over I hold this incredible book in my hand and can t believe I have finished it The 965 page, 2 inch thick, tiny typed tome may seem a bit intimidating Relax, you can read it in a day that is, if you read one page per minute for 16 hours And you might just find yourself doing that Bleak House is Twilight Zone thanMasterpiece Theatre However there is enough spirit of both to satisfy everyone And indeed it should it has it all unforgettable characteBleak House How can it be over I hold this incredible book in my hand and can t believe I have finished it The 965 page, 2 inch thick, tiny typed tome may seem a bit intimidating Relax, you can read it in a day that is, if you read one page per minute for 16 hours And you might just find yourself doing that Bleak House is Twilight Zone thanMasterpiece Theatre However there is enough spirit of both to satisfy everyone And indeed it should it has it all unforgettable characters, intrigue, plot within plot, ruined love, enormous themes, complications, and description and what description it goes so far, a lesser writer would be lost forever trying to find their wa...


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    Okay, so this is the 1853 version of The Wire But with less gay sex And no swearing And very few mentions of drugs And only one black person, I think, maybe not even one And of course it s in London, not Balti But other than that, it s the same.Pound for pound, this is Dickens best novel, and of course, that is saying a great deal I ve nearly read all of them so you may take my word Have I ever written a review which was anything less than 101% reliable, honest and straightforward Okay, so this is the 1853 version of The Wire But with less gay sex And no swearing And very few mentions of drugs And only one black person, I think, maybe not even one And of course it s in London, not Balti But other than that, it s the same.Pound for pound, this is Dickens best novel, and of course, that is saying a great deal I ve nearly read all of them so you may take my word Have I ever written a review which was anything less than 101% reliable, honest and straigh...


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    Is a lawsuit justice, when it goes on and on.and on, seemingly in perpetuity In Bleak House, located in the countryside, outside of London, that is the center of the story, years pass, too many to count, the lawyers are happy, the employed judges likewise the litigants not money is sucked dry from their bodieslike vampires whose fangs are biting hard, the flesh weakens and the victims blood flows , cash evaporates and soon nothing is left but the corpses the gorged lawyers a Is a lawsuit justice, when it goes on and on.and on, seemingly in perpetuity In Bleak House, located in the countryside, outside of London, that is the center of the story, years pass, too many to count, the lawyers are happy, the employed judges likewise the litigants not money is sucked dry fr...


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    Nomen Est Omen, in the world according to Dickens But don t take it literally, especially not when reading the title of Bleak House For Dickens also requires you to read between the lines, and letters, just like in an acrostic poem BLEAK HOUSELovely charactersElegant proseAgonising cliffhangersKnowledgeable descriptionsHumorous plotOutrageous social conditionsUnusual dual narrativeSuits in ChanceryEverlasting favouriteYes, Christmas is approaching, it s Dickens time I spent it in Chancery th Nomen Est Omen, in the world according to Dickens But don t take it literally, especially not when reading the title of Bleak House For Dickens also requires you to read between the lines, and letters, just like in an acrostic poem BLEAK HOUSELovely charactersElegant proseAgonising cliffhangersKnowledgeable descriptionsHumorous plotOutrageous social conditionsUnusual dual narrativeSuits in ChanceryEverlasting favouriteYes, Christmas is approaching, it s Dickens time I spent it in Chancery this year And what can I say Bravo Dickens No, I stole that Thackeray phrase for David Copperfield last year already Bravissimo, you fulfilled every single one of my great expectations, as did Great Expectations Yes, I will just say a simple Thank you, Sir I have spent delightful hours in the company of good and bad, funny and passionate, silly and int...


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    Reading Bleak House has had a redeeming effect for me Before this marvel took place Dickens evoked for me either depressing black and white films in a small and boxy TV watched during oppressive times, or reading what seemed endless pages in a still largely incomprehensible language Dickens meant then a pain on both counts.In this GR group read I have enjoyed Bleak House tremendously.In the group discussion many issues have been brought up by the members First and foremost the critique on the Reading Bleak House has had a redeeming effect for me Before this marvel took place Dickens evoked for me either depressing black and white films in a small and boxy TV watched during oppressive times, or reading what seemed endless pages in a still largely incomprehensible language Dickens meant then a pain on both counts.In this GR group read I have enjoyed Bleak House tremendously.In the group discussion many issues have been brought up by the members First and foremost the critique on the social aspects has been put on the tray, but also the treatment ...


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    Which house in Charles Dickens s novel is Bleak House It surely cannot be the house which bears its name a large airy house, which we first visit in the company of the young wards of Jarndyce, Ada Clare and Richard Carstone, and their companion Esther Ironically, this Bleak House is anything but bleak It is a pleasant place of light and laughter Mr Jarndyce imprints his positive outlook on life, never allowing the lawsuit to have any negative influence Indeed, when he first took on the Which house in Charles Dickens s novel is Bleak House It surely cannot be the house which bears its name a large airy house, which we first visit in the company of th...


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    Bleak House was Charles Dickens 1853 novel that documents the tragi comic events surrounding the chancery court case of Jarndyce v Jarndyce Told with an unusual blend of shifting perspectives, the first being a first person narrative and the second an omniscient, present tense narrator, Dickens describes a London where justice is turned upside down and personal values are intertwined with the doleful legal system Many of you know that I am a Tennessee attorney and let me just say that...


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    I know, something about a 900 page book with bleak in the title doesn t exactly scream summer fun Nevertheless, this was a page turner withlaugh out loud moments than any book I ve read in recent memory Who could have seen that coming And it s gripping enough that I can understand why it was a bestseller, in spite of Dickens harsh social criticism and his rather daring innovation of dual narratives But the story is a winner largely because of the dual narratives, which bob and weav I know, something about a 9...

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