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Out of the Fog Came Life: A Stylistic Analysis of Dickens’s Bleak House

by Trudy A. Martinez originally posted: February 17,2011 Edited to include the Perfect Ending December 16, 2015 Out of the Fog Came Life: A Stylistic Analysis of Dickens’s Bleak House The imagery in Bleak House reveals a revelation of possibilities … Continue reading

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Out of the Fog Came Life: A Stylistic Analysis of Dickens’s Bleak House

Out of the Fog Came Life: A Stylistic Analysis of Dickens’s Bleak House The imagery in Bleak House reveals a revelation of possibilities that petitions both a pessimistic and an optimistic existence. The beginning is the end. The end is … Continue reading

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The Rejected Cry: A Stylistic Analysis of Blake’s London by Trudy A. Martinez

The Rejected Cry:  A Stylistic Analysis of Blake’s London  By Trudy A. Martinez     Blake reveals the inner logic (the logos) of his poem London, first through the artistic arrangement of his plate (see figure 1 below).  Here a child … Continue reading

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