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How was Bleak House groundbreaking?

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How was Bleak House groundbreaking?

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Dickens used two contrasting narratives — an omniscient third-person narration and a first-person narration by Esther Summerson (which begins in the novel’s third chapter). Bleak House was fiction’s first ever whodunit, and Bucket (generally thought to be modeled on Inspector Charles F. Field of the Metropolitan Police) is generally regarded as the first sleuth in English fiction. Were suspicious deaths investigated in Dickens’ day? When the Bleak House installment in which Krook dies from spontaneous combustion was published, George Henry Lewes, a writer for the Leader, claimed that people just didn’t suddenly burst into flame. Dickens responded by writing a Coroner’s Inquest into the next installment of the serial. Bleak House odds and ends Bleak House had several working titles including: East Wind; Tom-All-Alone’s; Bleak House and the East Wind; and The Solitary House that was Always Shut Up. Bleak House, Dickens’ ninth novel, was first published in 19 monthly installments between

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