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CONCEPT OF TIME AND PROBLEM OF HISTORICISM IN CHARLES DICKENS'S LATE NOVELS
Bogolepova T. G.

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The article is focused on the essential aspect of Charles Dickens's world outlook: his perception of the relations between time and person, his view of the correlation between the history and the contemporary time. The material under research are the late Dickens's novels, such as "Great Expectations" and "The Mystery of Edwin Drood", summing up the creative and philosophic development of the great writer. The motive of the moving time, passing all through Dickens's creative work, characterizes these books, as well. It proves the historic and dialectic aspects of his artistic mentality, common for the realism of the XIX-th century, as distinct from the non-historical world view of the XX-th century modernists.
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