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  • Grandes esperanzas

    Por Charles Dickens ,

    en Clásicos y Ficción

    Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial España,

    páginas en Español

    ISBN: 9788499890647

    ePub (Adobe DRM)

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    «Dickens es siempre profundo y sincero en su escritura.». Grandes esperanzas es uno de los títulos más célebres del gran autor inglés. Publicado originalmente en 1860, narra la historia de Pip, un joven huérfano y miedoso, cuyo humilde destino se ve agraciado por un benefactor inesperado que cambiará el sino de su vida y hará de él un caballero. Una maravillosa nov...ela de aprendizaje y una magistral galería de protagonistas que trazan un acabado retrato de época, al mismo tiempo que una honda reflexión sobre las constantes de la condición humana. La realidad de la vida cotidiana en Inglaterra y la fantasía se dan la mano, mostrándonos un mundo extraordinariamente humano y detallista y una peculiar psicología de los personajes.

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    Acerca de Charles Dickens

    Charles Dickens, one of the best known and most read of English writers of Victorian period. He was born into a large comfortable middle class family of Navy clerk in Portsmouth. His father John Dickens later found work in Chatham and Charles, the second of seven children went to the local school there. After moving to Camden Town in London, John Dickens was arrested and sen...t to debtor's prison and young Charles aged twelve was forced to work at a factory for six shillings a week. He returned to school later after his father's release from prison and became interested in the subject of social reform. He started making contributions to radical newspapers of the time. In 1833, Charles's first short stories were published in the Monthly Magazine under his pen name Boz, followed by more contributions to Morning Chronicle and the London Evening Chronicle. These stories had become very popular and were later published as a book entitled Sketches by Boz. After publication of Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby Dickens had become the most popular writer in Britain and continued to write until his death in 1870. Dickens' most famous works inlude: Great Expectations (ISBN: 9781907832536), A Tales of Two Cities (ISBN: 9781909175914), Oliver Twist (ISBN: 9781909676015), Our Mutual Friend (ISBN: 9781909438491).

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