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Telescopic Philanthropy-Attitudes to Charity and the Empire in Charles Dickens

Attitudes to Charity and the Empire in Charles Dickens Sajni Mukherji This paper explores Charles Dickens's attitude to Empire and colonisation, especially in Australia and India. While not ignoring his fiction, it draws for the most pan from the two journals that Dickens edited in the last twenty years of his life, Household Words (1850-59) and All the Year Round (1859-70).

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