What do Dickens, Hardy and Arnold have in common?
Specifically in the following texts:
- Charles Dickens: Hard Times
- Thomas Hardy: Jude The Obscure
- Matthew Arnold: The Scholar Gipsy, Youth's Agitations, West/East London, Dover Beach
The following point is an example of what they all have in common - that is, an anti-establishment sentiment
What else do they have in common, or rather the opposite - what they don't have in common, their contrasts as writers.
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