Dickens, Melodrama, and the Parodic Imagination - AMS Studies in the Nineteenth-century (Hardback)Tore Rem (author)
Hardback 239 Pages / Published: 31/12/2002
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The traditional view of parody as a low and parasitic form has been challenged by a number of critics. This text examines the exemplary use of parody in the novels of Charles Dickens, focusing on how he parodies the mode of melodrama while simultaneously employing melodramatic devices.
Publisher: AMS Press
Number of pages: 239
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