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What David Copperfield Reveals About Marriage in the 19th Century

Charles Dickens's intimate novel, David Copperfield, takes readers into the domestic sphere to witness how men treat women and children behind closed doors.


SN2K: Ruby Rose Shows How Representation Cuts Both Ways

Also in your Signature Need-to-Know: William Blake's heavy metal funeral, Oscar Wilde on the subject of imprisoning children, and more.


Our 25 Favorite Closing Lines in Literature

What are your favorite closing lines in literature? We picked our top 25, from Harry Potter to Charles Dickens and beyond.


10 Famous Authors With Second Novels That Are As Good As Their First

While great debuts tend to get the attention, second novels truly define a talented author’s style. Here are a few of our favorites.


What Hard Times by Charles Dickens Can Teach Us About the Individual

Charles Dickens championed the individual and disdained the crowd. Lorraine Berry explores this dynamic in light of his book Hard Times.


A Tale of Two Cities Was Ahead of Its Time: Dystopia, PTSD, and Dickens

Lorraine Berry makes the case for A Tale of Two Cities as a dystopian novel and explores Charles Dickens's deft handling of PTSD.