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Unformatted text preview: causes more interest in the story. Although Lady Dedlock is a central character, the most attractive is Esther, the narrator, because she is what Dickens considers the ideal woman. The review was very helpful in referencing Dickens different works and comparing his writing style among them. Though he says that Bleak House is filled with dull matter, he states that it is one of Dickens most artistically crafted novels. I believe that a modern literary critic would be much the same as his, addressing the many pages of dull matter in the book, but it would not reference other authors, such as Thackeray. A modern day critic would also elaborate more on plot, rather than mentioning what readers opinions were of the book....
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