Hard Times and Bleak House Themes Analysis

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The two stories I wanna do are from “hard times”and “bleak house” both by Charles dickens

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A The format is, as for all college writing, MLA. This, of course, means that all sources, a minimum of four, two of which must be from published critical perspectives on your work(s) or author, will be properly documented and cross referenced with a works cited page. NO WIKIPEDIA, WIKIQUOTES, SPARKS NOTES, OR SIMILAR CRUTCHES. The length of the paper is a minimum of six full pages, excluding the Works Cited page. proposal, typewritten/word processed, is due 5/16 and is worth 10 points. An outline, worth 10 points, typewritten/word processed, is due 5/21. A comprehensive, 4+ pages, first rough draft, typewritten/word processed, is due 5/23 and is worth 10 points. A second comprehensive rough draft, typewritten/word processed, is due 5/28 and is worth 10 points. A third comprehensive rough draft, 6 pages ready for editing and proofing, typewritten/word processed, is due 5/30 and is worth 15 points. The final package is due the day of the final at the BEGINNING of our scheduled final, 6/6, 2 p.m. No final paper will be accepted without the proposal, outline three rough drafts, editing/proofing checklist, and final draft. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask. Identify a consistent theme in two or more works by the same author and provide an in- depth analysis of that theme. You can, if you prefer, use one of the critical strategies from Option #1, however this is only one approach. The question you are answering is the significance of your selected theme to the author, his or her work and audience. Thus, you will want to consider "why" this theme appears and/or why it is important. You may want to consider the author's own history, the contexts of the time historical setting) in which the works were written, or the significance of the settings (where the works are located geographically). Ontion #3 Option #2
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The Significance of the Theme of Love in Charles Dickens’ “Hard Times” and “Bleak House” Outline
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Abstract
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Thesis statement

Significance of the theme of love in Dickens’ Literary Works


Hard Times



Bleak House

Types of Love in the Texts


Family love



Friendship love



Romantic love

Moral Values Tied to Love in the Texts
Conclusion


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Proposal for the Significance of the Theme of Love in Charles Dickens’ “Hard Times” and
“Bleak House”
One consistent theme in Charles Dickens' "Hard Times" and "Bleak House" is love. In "Hard
Times," the author portrays love as an essential component for co-existence in both family and
friendship. However, he also tries to show the reader how obsession can be misinterpreted as
love and the negative impact it can have on a relationship. In "Bleak House," Dickens illustrates
that even though there can be problems in the context of moral values, love exists and it is
possible to show and experience it. The author, therefore, leads the reader to believe that if love
is genuine, a person can love another beyond the latter's flaws. There can be attempts to correct
or confront the person about particular wrongdoing, but that does not mean the corrections are
without love. In light of Dickens' writing, love nurtures and helps in both personal and social
developments. As he explores the stages of romantic love, family love, and friendship love,
Dickens establishes that they should be in line with moral values and principles such that
compromises are focused on the most benefits for everyone in the society. An analysis of
Dickens’ approach to love in the two texts gives a clear outlook on how the theme is significant
to him.

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Surname 1
Name
Professor
Course
Date
Proposal for the Significance of the Theme of Love in Charles Dickens’ “Hard Times” and
“Bleak House”
Abstract
One consistent theme in Charles Dickens' "Hard Times" and "Bleak House" is love. In "Hard
Times," the author portrays love as an essential component for co-existence in both family and
friendship. However, he also tries to show the reader how obsession can be misinterpreted as
love and the negative impact it can have on a relationship. In "Bleak House," Dickens illustrates
that even though there can be problems in the context of moral values, love exists and it is
possible to show and experience it. The author, therefore, leads the reader to believe that if love
is genuine, a person can love another beyond the latter's flaws. There can be attempts to correct
or confront the person about particular wrongdoing, but that does not mean the corrections are
without love. In light of Dickens' writing, love nurtures and helps in both personal and social
developments. As he explores the stages of romantic love, family love, and friendship love,
Dickens establishes that they should be in line with moral values and principles such that
compromises are focused on the most benefits for everyone in the society. An analysis of
Dickens’ approach to love in the two texts gives a clear outlook on how the theme is significant
to him.

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Introduction
Love is an intense emotion that shows how much a person cares, respects, and adores another
person or other people. It, therefore, symbolizes the emotional attachment between people who
are family, friends or lovers. Charles Dickens helps people to connect with each other by
incorporating the theme of love in the storylines. The author shows that love is an excellent
feeling and sometimes it can be evasive and in other times it can be achieved. Dickens enables
the reader to know that the search for love is something normal and it takes patience to find it or
to find serenity for not achieving love expectations. Moreover, it is important to know that love
is constant even when those we love have flaws because no one is perfect. The theme of love in
“Hard Times” and “Bleak House” by Charles Dickens is significant because it shows the essence
of compromise, understanding, sacrifice, perseverance, and patience. In essence, through the
different types of love in the two novels and the evident moral values, Dickens illustrates that
love is an important aspect of human identity because people need to love and feel loved so that
they feel whole.
Significance of the Theme of Love in Dickens’ Literary Works
“Hard Times”
Dickens develops the characters and the plot interestingly to show that people are emotional
creatures because they are connected with emotions and they function better with the idea of
love. However, t...


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