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Oscar Wilde by Jeff Nunokawa Book 6 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide Offers an analysis of the life and works of the Irish author, including his trial and subsequent imprisonment for a homosexual affair. Hard times by Charles Dickens Book 7 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide Part of Longman's Cultural Edition series, Charles Dickens' Hard Times offers this intriguing novel within several provocative and illuminating contexts--cultural, critical, and literary.
Based on the first edition, Hard Times is extensively annotated, with a lively introduction and helpful notes on cultural references, social and political mores, literary allusions, and unfamiliar word usage. In addition to providing a chronology coordinating Dickens' life with key historical events, the editors explore the political, economical, educational, and social state of England in the s and s.
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