This book sets out to explore three crucial stages in Dickens'
ongoing voyage of discovery into what has been called the "hidden
springs" of his fiction. The three novels under examination are
"Oliver Twist," "Dombey and Son," and "Bleak House." Gordon argues
that in all three we can witness Dickens responding to some
identifiable force represented as coming from underneath the ground
plan (plot, character interaction, development of themes, stylistic
effects) of the book in question..
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