Critical essays on Charles Dickens's A tale of two cities / edited by Michael A. Cotsell.

This is a collection of critical essays on Charles Dickens's "A Tale of Two Cities" by Thomas Carlyle, Walter Bagehot, George Lukacs, Leonard Manheim, Nicholas Rance, Albert Hutter, and other writers.

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Other Authors: Cotsell, Michael.
Format: Book
Published: New York : London : G.K. Hall ; Prentice Hall International, ©1998.
Series:Critical essays on British literature.
Table of Contents:
  • [Two passages from The French Revolution: "The Fall of the Bastille" and "The Death of Foulon] / Thomas Carlyle
  • ["The Solitary Prisoner" from American Notes] / Charles Dickens
  • ["The National Character of the French" from "Letters on the French Coup d'Etat of 1851"] / Walter Bagehot
  • [Two Passages on the crisis of ourgeois Realism from The Historical Novel] / George Lukacs
  • [The Fall of the Bastille, 14 July 1789] / George Rude
  • A Tale of Two Characters A Study in Multiple Projection / Leonard Manheim
  • Charles Dickens: A Tale of Two Cities (1859) / Nicholas Rance
  • Nation and Generation in A Tale of Two Cities / Albert Hutter
  • Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities: The Poetics of mpasse / Lawrence Frank
  • The Purity of Violence: A Tale of Two Cities / John Kucich
  • Carlyle, Dickens, and the Revolution of 1848 / Michael Goldberg
  • Dickens and the Catastrophic ontinuum of History in A Tale of Two Cities / J.M. Rignall
  • Alternatives to Bourgeois Individualism in A Tale of Two Cities / Cates aldridge
  • Language, Love and Identity: A Tale of Two Cities / Tom Lloyd
  • The "Angels" in Dicken's House: Representation of Women in A Tale of Two Cities / Lisa Robson.