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Shadows of “Things That Have Been and Will Be” in Great Expectations (1861)

Shadows of “Things That Have Been and Will Be” in Great Expectations (1861) 50 English Language Notes Louise de la Yalliere, ed. with an Introduction by David Coward (s.p., 1995). The Man in the Iron Mask, ed. with an Introduction by David Coward (s.p., 1991). 2 Fredric Jameson, The Political Unconscious: Narrative as a Socially Symbolic Act (Ithaca, New York: Cornell UP, 1981), 20. 3 Terry Eagleton, Criticism and Ideology; A Study in Marxist Literary Theory (London: Verso, 1978), 129. 4F.W.J. Hemmings, Alexandre Dumas: The King of Romance (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1979), 123-24. 5 A. Craig Bell, Alexandre Dumas: A Biography and Study (London: Cassell & Company Limited, 1950), 78. 6 David Coward, Introduction, The Vicomte de Bragelonne, loc. cit., xxi-xxii. ’Robert Louis Stevenson, “A Gossip on a novel of Dumas’s” in The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, ed. Charles Curtis Bigelow and Temple Scott (New York: The Daves Press, 1906), VI, 116. 8See, for example, amazon.com, The Man in the Iron Mask, “customer reviews.” SHADOWS OF “THINGS THAT HAVE BEEN AND WILL BE” IN GREAT EXPECTATIONS (1861) Question from a high school student:When Pip sees the ‘shadows’ around Estella, is he seeing Miss Havisham’s influence, or is it a second-sight type of thing? Why is there still no shadow http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png English Language Notes Duke University Press

Shadows of “Things That Have Been and Will Be” in Great Expectations (1861)

English Language Notes , Volume 41 (3) – Mar 1, 2004

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50 English Language Notes Louise de la Yalliere, ed. with an Introduction by David Coward (s.p., 1995). The Man in the Iron Mask, ed. with an Introduction by David Coward (s.p., 1991). 2 Fredric Jameson, The Political Unconscious: Narrative as a Socially Symbolic Act (Ithaca, New York: Cornell UP, 1981), 20. 3 Terry Eagleton, Criticism and Ideology; A Study in Marxist Literary Theory (London: Verso, 1978), 129. 4F.W.J. Hemmings, Alexandre Dumas: The King of Romance (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1979), 123-24. 5 A. Craig Bell, Alexandre Dumas: A Biography and Study (London: Cassell & Company Limited, 1950), 78. 6 David Coward, Introduction, The Vicomte de Bragelonne, loc. cit., xxi-xxii. ’Robert Louis Stevenson, “A Gossip on a novel of Dumas’s” in The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, ed. Charles Curtis Bigelow and Temple Scott (New York: The Daves Press, 1906), VI, 116. 8See, for example, amazon.com, The Man in the Iron Mask, “customer reviews.” SHADOWS OF “THINGS THAT HAVE BEEN AND WILL BE” IN GREAT EXPECTATIONS (1861) Question from a high school student:When Pip sees the ‘shadows’ around Estella, is he seeing Miss Havisham’s influence, or is it a second-sight type of thing? Why is there still no shadow

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