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Family Herald

Family Herald
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Total Pages: 848
Release: 1845
Genre: English periodicals
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The Family Herald

The Family Herald
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Total Pages: 818
Release: 1849
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Our Mutual Friend

Our Mutual Friend
Author: Charles Dickens
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Total Pages: 348
Release: 1865
Genre: Deception
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Public Opinion

Public Opinion
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Total Pages: 878
Release: 1864
Genre: World politics
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Saturday Review

Saturday Review
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Total Pages: 1084
Release: 1866
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The Family Herald

The Family Herald
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Total Pages: 866
Release: 1866
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Dickens and the Politics of the Family

Dickens and the Politics of the Family
Author: Catherine Waters
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 247
Release: 1997-07-03
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 0521573556

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The fictional representation of the family has long been regarded as a Dickensian speciality. But while nineteenth-century reviewers praised Dickens as the pre-eminent novelist of the family, any close examination of his novels reveals a remarkable disjunction between his image as the quintessential celebrant of the hearth, and his interest in fractured families. Catherine Waters offers an explanation of this discrepancy through an examination of Dickens's representation of the family in relation to nineteenth-century constructions of class and gender. Drawing upon feminist and new historicist methodologies, and focusing upon the normalising function of middle-class domestic ideology, Waters concludes that Dickens's novels record a shift in notions of the family away from an earlier stress upon the importance of lineage and blood towards a new ideal of domesticity assumed to be the natural form of the family.