The Analysis of Dickens’s Humanitarianism in a Tale of Two Cities

Qun Li

Abstract


Charles Dickens, is a critical realist famous all over the world in the 19th century. His works are always full of thick soft heart and reflect deep ideal of Humanitarianism. He lives in the time which is famous for Victorian morality. Founded on his hard real life, he has produced a large amount of great works to expose the true sense of life. He advocates Humanitarianism and treats morality as a banner to guide people’s fraternity. He intends to build a beautiful and peaceful world for people. A Tale of Two Cities is one of his representative works, which reflect his ideal of Humanitarianism.

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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