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Charles Dickens Style of Writing

Summary: Charles Dickens frequently uses houses to symbolize the people who inhabit them. He utilizes vivd description, similes, metaphors, personification, and imagery to capture the essence of the character's personality and traits. A good example of this is Dickens' description of Mr. Jagger's office in his novel Great Expectations, which he uses in order to illustrate Mr. Jagger's dark, gloomy personality.
Charles Dickens' style of writing

Throughout the history of English literature, many writers use possessions to represent or symbolize the person who obtains them. Furthermore, they use picturesque descriptions, similes, metaphors, personifications, and imageries to capture the essence of the character's personalities and traits. A perfect example of these types of writers is Charles Dickens. In the book Great Expectations, Dickens illustrates Jagger's dark and gloomy personalities through painting vivid descriptions of his office.

Mr. Jagger's dark, depressing office exemplifies his characters, a burly man full of secrets, mysteries, and dark complexions. Mr. Jagger never laughs, but he wears great bright creaking boots. When he waits for answers, he sometimes causes the boots to creak. It sounds as if they laugh in a dry and suspicious way. He also has bushy black eyebrow that wouldn't lie down, but stand up bristling. Similar to his personalities...

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