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Pigmies and Brobdignagians: Arts Writing, Dickensian Character, and the Vanishing Victorian Life-Size

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This authoritative text of Bleak House was the first to be established by a comparative study of all the surviving versions of Dickens novel, incorporating evidence from the original manuscript and corrected proofs.

“Emily Dalgo’s Silent, We Sit is an inspiring debut collection that showcases her masterful prose and wise reflection. With maturity beyond her years, she remarks on the everyday emotions that cripple and inspire us in poems like “Apathy” and “Afterlife.”  Through her wide-ranging narrative voices, Dalgo skillfully paints a picture of the lofty visions of a character’s unrealized future juxtaposed with the humble reality of life.  The audience will turn the final page knowing that Dalgo has successfully elevated our perception of humanity.”

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Volume 68, Number 3, Fall 2001
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This authoritative text of Bleak House was the first to be established by a comparative study of all the surviving versions of Dickens novel, incorporating evidence from the original manuscript and corrected proofs.

From: ELH
Volume 68, Number 3, Fall 2001
pp. 679-698 | 10.1353/elh.2001.0027

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Pigmies and Brobdignagians: Arts Writing, Dickensian Character, and the Vanishing Victorian Life-Size

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This authoritative text of Bleak House was the first to be established by a comparative study of all the surviving versions of Dickens novel, incorporating evidence from the original manuscript and corrected proofs.

“Emily Dalgo’s Silent, We Sit is an inspiring debut collection that showcases her masterful prose and wise reflection. With maturity beyond her years, she remarks on the everyday emotions that cripple and inspire us in poems like “Apathy” and “Afterlife.”  Through her wide-ranging narrative voices, Dalgo skillfully paints a picture of the lofty visions of a character’s unrealized future juxtaposed with the humble reality of life.  The audience will turn the final page knowing that Dalgo has successfully elevated our perception of humanity.”

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From: ELH
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pp. 679-698 | 10.1353/elh.2001.0027

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