Hard Times (English Edition) download gratisDoor: Charles Dickens
In the 19th century, one of the most influential novels written by the famous English writer Charles Dickens. Glen is members of congress, the so-called "educator", he has advocated a suppression of human nature education way and complacent, wealthy pound bei is acting the self-made winners, they share common values - that is to utilitarianism as a principle of life, together, and control the town's economic system and education institutions. Based on "down-to-earth" mode of education and the principle of "practical" value of life and his thought daughter Louise finally forced to marry older his thirties pound, and Tom became a debauchery prodigal son. Is also precisely because "realistically" utilitarianism life principle, pound to bragging about their self-made man, unexpectedly abandoned at birth mother, pretend to orphans, eventually the miracle is that fate.
Auteur: Charles Dickens
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** spoiler alert ** This book was very creative and kept my interest. Many parts of the book were too violent for my taste. I was glad that is was more about survival rather than a face to face blood bath, as I had feared it would be. I also had a difficult time reading in the first person. Most of the books I read are not written in the first person. I was interested most in the love story. The first and second books developed it fairly well, but I was highly disappointed in the third book. Especially when the end was summed up in less than a page. It would have been better, in the final book, to spend a little more time finishing up the story rather than an abrupt and short end. The second book was my favorite. The first book I was distracted by the anticipated violence, which luckily wasn't as bad as I was afraid it would be. The third book was the most violent, but it was about war. At times in each book, a sentence or two would sum up days, weeks or months. I would sometimes get lost when I was expecting more detail, but then suddenly the book jumped ahead. One part in the third book seemed like it was a pivotal point, then it jumped ahead several days with nothing happening. It is expected for previous books to have an abrupt end, leading the reader to anticipate the next book. But having little to no closure in the last book was a let down. It was a good read for one time, but I have no plans to read it over and over.