8 edition of Hard Times (New Oxford Illustrated Dickens) found in the catalog.
October 22, 1987
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Dingle Foot (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||318|
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Hard Times is split into three books, entitled "Sowing", "Gathering" and "Reaping". The first tells us of the utilitarianism of Gradgrind and his friend Bounderby/5(). Born inStuds Terkel is the bestselling author of twelve books of oral history, including Working, Hard Times, and the Pulitzer Prize–winning “The Good War” (all available from The New Press).
He is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including a Presidential National Humanities Medal and the National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to Cited by: Hard Times is Dickens’s novel set in the fictional Coketown and centering around utilitarian and industrial influences on Victorian society.
Dickens’s brilliant use of characterization can be seen in high form here and as always, his naming of his story’s populace is entertaining by itself/5.
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See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from /5(35). Hard Times is not Dickens’s most subtle novel, and most of its moral themes are explicitly articulated through extremely sharp, exaggerated characterization, and through the narrator’s frequent interjection of his own opinions and sentiments.
For instance, in the opening section of the book, a simple contrast emerges between Mr. Gradgrind’s philosophy of fact and Sissy. Hard Times, novel by Charles Dickens, published in serial form (as Hard Times: For These Times) in the periodical Household Words from April to August and in book form later the same year.
The novel is a bitter indictment of industrialization, with its dehumanizing effects on workers and communities in midth-century England. Louisa and Tom Gradgrind have been. Hard Times by Charles Dickens. Download. Bibrec. Bibliographic Record. Author. Dickens, Charles, Title.
Hard Times. Language. About Hard Times. Written deliberately to increase the circulation of Dickens’s weekly magazine, Household Words, Hard Times was a huge and instantaneous success upon publication in Yet this novel is not the cheerful celebration of Victorian life one might have expected from the beloved author of The Pickwick Papers and The Old Curiosity Shop.
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All Subjects. About Hard Times; Summary and Analysis; Book One: Chapters ; Book One: Chapter 4; Book One: Chapters ; Book One: Chapter 7; Book One: Chapter 8. Hard Times Summary In the industrial city of Coketown, Josiah Bounderby is a rich and fairly obnoxious factory owner and banker.
He loves to tell everyone he meets about how he grew up in the gutter, abused by a drunken grandmother. Book One consists of sixteen chapters in which are sown not only the seeds of the plot but also the seeds of the characters.
As these seeds are sown, so shall they be reaped. These chapters, titled "The One Thing Needful," "Murdering the Innocent," and "A Loophole," give the seeds that Thomas Gradgrind sows. Read the full text of Book 1, Chapter 1 of Hard Times on Shmoop.
As you read, you'll be linked to summaries and detailed analysis of quotes and themes. Hard Times was a great escape. Enjoyable and quick read that took me on a journey to another place and time well-researched in factual American History.
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