Law and Charles Dickens
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In this article, the writer provides an analysis of Dickens' use of irony and satire in three of his novels to help convey his attitude toward lawyers and the legal profession, using 'Great Expectations', 'A Tale of Two Cities' and 'Hard Times'.
From the Paper:"At the age of fifteen his family deep in debt Charles Dickens left school to work as a law clerk for various solicitors' offices. The fact that Charles Dickens worked as a law clerk cannot be underestimated on his attitude towards the law and his portrayal of lawyers in his fiction. Dickens' attitude towards the law and the lawyers painted by him is not one of unreasoning denunciation in the view of Thomas Alexander ..."
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