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A celebration of the singular female characters to be found in Dickens's works
In his novels Dickens presents a series of unrivaled portraits of women, young and old. From Little Nell to Miss Havisham, these girls and women speak to audiences today, making readers laugh and sometimes cry.
"Mrs Pipchin was a marvellous ill-favoured, ill-conditioned old lady, of a stooping figure, with a mottled face, like bad marble, a hook nose, and a hard grey eye, that looked as if it might have been hammered at on an anvil without sustaining any injury."
Publication date: 2011-11-01
Number of pages: 96
Publisher: Hesperus Press
Subjects: Category, Fiction, Classics (pre C.1945), Contemporary, Fiction Companions