17 edition of The Moonstone / Oliver Twist / A Tale of Two Cities / the History of Tom Jones, a Foundling (Penguin Readers Collected Classics: Level 6) found in the catalog.
The Moonstone / Oliver Twist / A Tale of Two Cities / the History of Tom Jones, a Foundling (Penguin Readers Collected Classics: Level 6)
April 17, 2000 by Longman .
Written in English
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In vbery good condition for a book nearly years old — doubtless the British Post Office will honour Collins's novel with a commemorative stamp two years from now. The Moonstone appeared originally in All the Year Round (London) and Harper's Weekly (New York), and as The Moonstone: A Romance in three volumes (London. Oct 28, · Books You Must Read Before You Die.
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The Moonstone () by Wilkie Collins is a 19th-century British epistolary novel, generally considered the first full length detective novel in the English language. The story was originally serialised in Charles Dickens' magazine All the Year Round. The Moonstone and The Woman in White are widely considered Wilkie Collins' best novels.
Jun 20, · In his masterpiece, A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens strengthens his theme of paired opposites by juxtaposing the characters of Sydney Carton and Charles Darnay. Initially, it seems as though Carton and Darnay are completely bipolar.
While Darnay exhibits nothing but poise and manners, Carton is crude and unmotivated. However, as the novel progresses, Read moreMirror Images:. Henry Fielding. (–). The History of Tom Jones. The Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction. Book III.
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The prologue of The Moonstone prepares us for both the historical background of the novel and the narrative technique. The setting of the opening and closing of the novel is India—the prologue is specifically about events on Indian soil, as well as being itself "written in India.".
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The Moonstone Summary. The Moonstone opens with a "family document" that records how the Moonstone (a huge, yellow diamond) was stolen in India by an English soldier and was taken back to England.
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This is not only my first post in this forum, but it is also about the first Wilkie Collins novel I read, namely, The Moonstone. What a nice, heavy, thin-paged, cool book I had on my shelf for years before I was driven by curiosity -- and a personal pact to read everything I own before purchasing any more books-- to open and ingest.
This is a site used for the computation of unstructured information. Specifically, narrative is created, collected, tagged, crawled, and then computed to identify its mathematical design.Charles Dickens: The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club - David Copperfield- The Adventures of Oliver Twist - A Tale of Two Cities - Bleak House - Hard Times - Nicholas Nickleby- Dombey and Son - Great Expectations - Martin Chuzzlewit - Christmas Stories - Little Dorrit - Our Mutual Friend - The Mystery of Edwin Drood Alfred, Lord Tennyson.It is in very good condition for a book nearly years old.
The Moonstone appeared originally in All the Year Round (London) and Harper's Weekly (New York), and as The Moonstone: A Romance in three volumes (London: Tinsley, ).
The first American edition entitled The Moonstone.