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Read online KLEIN-DORRIT: Klassiker der englischen Literatur - Gesellschaftskritischer Roman des Autors von Oliver Twist, David Copperfield und Große Erwartungen.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC KLEIN-DORRIT: Klassiker der englischen Literatur - Gesellschaftskritischer Roman des Autors von Oliver Twist, David Copperfield und Große Erwartungen Diese Ausgabe von KLEIN DORRIT wurde mit einem funktionalen Layout erstellt und sorgf ltig formatiert Charles Dickens war ein englischer Schriftsteller Zu seinen bekanntesten Werken geh ren Oliver Twist David Copperfield Eine Geschichte aus zwei St dten Gro e Erwartungen sowie Eine Weihnachtsgeschichte In seinen Werken finden sich oft konkrete Hinweise auf die sozialen Missst nde des viktorianischen Zeitalters etwa durch die beispielhafte Darstellung der kritischen Situation der armen Stadtbev lkerung oder der damals vorherrschenden Sozialstrukturen .

Aus dem Buch Nun will ich Ihnen alles was ich von ihnen wei erz hlen weil ich berzeugt bin da Sie das am liebsten h ren Sie haben keine sehr komfortable Wohnung aber vielleicht erschien sie mir anfangs weniger so als es bei Ihnen der Fall gewesen w re weil Sie in vielen L ndern waren und mancherlei verschiedene Sitten kennengelernt haben Nat rlich ist es eine viel viel bessere Wohnung millionenmal sch ner als diejenige an die ich bis vor kurzem gew hnt gewesen bin ich bilde mir ein sie nicht mit meinen ugen sondern mit den ihrigen zu betrachten Denn es l t sich leicht erkennen da sie stets in einer liebevollen und gl cklichen Umgebung aufgewachsen ist selbst wenn sie nicht mit so gro er Anh nglichkeit davon gesprochen h tte by Charles Dickens

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KLEIN-DORRIT: Klassiker der englischen Literatur - Gesellschaftskritischer Roman des Autors von Oliver Twist, David Copperfield und Große Erwartungen
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