Dickens and the daughter of the house /
The daughter in Dickens' fiction is considered not as an emblem of tranquil domesticity and the hearth-fire, but as a bearer of cultural values - and as a potentially disruptive force. The daughter's secret inheritance, her 'portion', is to give Dickens a way of reading and writi...
Cambridge ; New York :
Cambridge University Press,
|Series:||Cambridge studies in nineteenth-century literature and culture ;
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