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Martin Chuzzlewit (Oxford World's Classics) - Charles Dickens, Margaret Cardwell
Martin Chuzzlewit (Oxford World's Classics)
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This edition of one of Dickens's earlier novels is based on the accurate Clarendon edition of the text and includes the prefaces to the 1850 and 1867 editions and Dickens's Number Plans.About the Series: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the broadest spectrum of... show more
This edition of one of Dickens's earlier novels is based on the accurate Clarendon edition of the text and includes the prefaces to the 1850 and 1867 editions and Dickens's Number Plans.About the Series: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the broadest spectrum of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, voluminous notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780199554003 (0199554005)
ASIN: 199554005
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Pages no: 768
Edition language: English
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TonyTalbot
TonyTalbot rated it
1.0 1/5: Martin Chuzzlewit
A story of the extended and generally mean and selfish Chuzzlewit family.According to my reading history, it took me nine months to read this. That’s not quite representative – I did put it on hold for a while and also read two books in between – but it’s an illustration of what’s wrong with this mo...
nente
nente rated it
4.0 Martin Chuzzlewit
This is a good example of why Dickens continues to give satisfaction and pleasure to lots of readers, even though his wordy narrative, his deus ex machina plots and his moral lessons are frequently considered outdated by the sophisticated literary public.His secret is infinite love and compassion fo...
Carpe Librum
Carpe Librum rated it
The fault is my own that I did not enjoy this novel more. Every time I read a Dickens novel I am disappointed in myself. If I were intelligent enough, surely I would be as infatuated with his verbose storytelling as so many others. I do enjoy the language he employs, though I could suffice with quit...
JulieM
JulieM rated it
3.0 Martin Chuzzlewit (Penguin Classics)
Martin Chuzzlewit follows that formula that Dickens is so good at executing - our hero is basically a good person, but has some character flaws. Hero goes on a journey/experiences some serious hardship. Hero reforms and repents. And everyone lives happily ever after. I don't mind this formula an...
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