By Gillian Piggott
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Putting the works of Charles Dickens and Walter Benjamin in dialog with each other, Gillian Piggott argues that the 2 writers demonstrate a shared imaginative and prescient of modernity. Her research in their works indicates that either writers reveal a diminished self belief within the ability to event fact or non secular which means in an more and more materialist global and that either occupy comparable positions in the direction of city modernity and its influence upon adventure.
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Dickens and Benjamin: Moments of Revelation, Fragments of Modernity (Nineteenth Century) by Gillian Piggott