Buy Great Expectations by Charles Dickens online in india - Bookchor | 9788171674589

Supplemental materials are not guaranteed for used textbooks or rentals (access codes, DVDs, CDs, workbooks).

Great Expectations

Author:

Availability: In Stock

Great Expectations Is One Of Dickenss Later Novels, A Work Of His Artistic Maturity. The Narrative Is Symbolic Rather Than Realistic. Although, As In Most Of Dickens And In Victorian Literature In General, The Plot Relies Heavily On Coincidence, It Is Acceptable Here Because The Events Are True To The Internal, Psychological, Logic Of The Story. After Writing A Tale Of Tw Great Expectations Is One Of Dickenss Later Novels, A Work Of His Artistic Maturity. The Narrative Is Symbolic Rather Than Realistic. Although, As In Most Of Dickens And In Victorian Literature In General, The Plot Relies Heavily On Coincidence, It Is Acceptable Here Because The Events Are True To The Internal, Psychological, Logic Of The Story. After Writing A Tale Of Two Cities, Which Was Unique Among His Novels In That It Had None Of His Trademark Humor, Dickens Set Out To Make Great Expectations Rich In Comic Elements. This Despite, Or Perhaps Because Of, Being In A Depressed State Of Mind Himself At The Time.

Condition Chart?
Seller: BookChor
Dispatch Time : 1-3 working days
Great Expectations Is One Of Dickenss Later Novels, A Work Of His Artistic Maturity. The Narrative Is Symbolic Rather Than Realistic. Although, As In Most Of Dickens And In Victorian Literature In General, The Plot Relies Heavily On Coincidence, It Is Acceptable Here Because The Events Are True To The Internal, Psychological, Logic Of The Story. After Writing A Tale Of Tw Great Expectations Is One Of Dickenss Later Novels, A Work Of His Artistic Maturity. The Narrative Is Symbolic Rather Than Realistic. Although, As In Most Of Dickens And In Victorian Literature In General, The Plot Relies Heavily On Coincidence, It Is Acceptable Here Because The Events Are True To The Internal, Psychological, Logic Of The Story. After Writing A Tale Of Two Cities, Which Was Unique Among His Novels In That It Had None Of His Trademark Humor, Dickens Set Out To Make Great Expectations Rich In Comic Elements. This Despite, Or Perhaps Because Of, Being In A Depressed State Of Mind Himself At The Time.
Additional Information
Title Great Expectations Height 176 mm
Charles Dickens Width 110 mm
ISBN-13 9788171674589 Binding PAPERBACK
ISBN-10 8171674589 Spine Width 30 mm
Publisher Grupal Logistica Y Distribucion Pages 522
Edition Availability In Stock

Goodreads reviews

Free shipping

On order over ₹599
 

Replacement

15 days easy replacement
 

9050-111218

Customer care available