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Pulitzer Prize-winning author Anna Quindlen talks about why Bleak House is a "book of a lifetime."
Posted at 10:44 PM in Articles about Dickens, Bleak House | Permalink
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Indeed it is the book of a lifetime. But the tightest, most rhetorically beautiful, most nearly perfect in humor, and most psychologically devastating in its broad mirror reflecting a devastating human propensity--acting against one's own best interests: GREAT EXPECATIONS
Frances Spickerman |
March 28, 2014 at 07:10 PM
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