The Judges (The Dickensian Challenge)

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For him, the physical and educational needs of the poor were, in the immediate, more important than their spiritual regeneration and moral teaching. Although courted by the Establishment, he was never, Hooper shows, seduced by his fame, but continued to fight for social justice. But how much has changed?

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Judge blocks Indiana law banning second-trimester abortion procedure. Restricted Content You must have JavaScript enabled to enjoy a limited number of articles over the next 1 days. I look forward to following the discussion. I also agree that the TV series based on it is excellent. Following along is good, chip in with your two cents worth whenever you want to.

I have a slight knowledge, but only from the BBC series, so am something of a clean slate. Feel free to join in with comments. Ditto with the comments. I may try to join this group read. I will have to see how my reading is going since February is nearly here. At the least, I'll follow the discussion. We'd love to have you, if your schedule permits.

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Jan 27, , am. Welcome aboard. I'd love to join this too. Bleak House is on my list for this year finally! I've had a hard copy for years, pre-Kindle so this is just the nudge I need. Happy to provide the nudge and welcome.

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Jan 29, , pm. I am ready for Bleak House earlier than I expected! I'll Whispersync this chunkster starting tomorrow! Yay Roberta! I just finished a fiction read and was thinking about what to read next, but realize it must be quick and easy so that I can start Bleak House on the first of February. Agatha Christie, I think Sad Cypress. Jan 30, , am. Your comments have guaranteed it will not be long before I read it.

I have already acquired it.

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Jan 31, , pm. I'd be interested in sharing thoughts on it. We'd love to have you join. I'll be starting it tomorrow. I might not be able to keep up with the group schedule but I will do my best. Looks like a great group! It's my favorite Dickens, but I guess I won't join this time. Loved it! And much more realistic in its lighting and design, IMO. Feb 1, , am.

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Please don't feel pressured. I personally will read it in February, barring unforeseen circumstances, but whatever works for you works! You probably have it memorized. I love Diana Rigg. So I really need to sign out of LT for now and actually start the reading I've scheduled for today!

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Starting with catching up on the Group Read of the Bible as Literature gotta finish Exodus , and then, calmly, happily, with a fresh cup of coffee, chapter 1 of Bleak House. Feb 1, , pm. I have read the first two chapters, have been introduced to the case of Jarndyce and Jarndyce without any details and have met my Lady and Sir Leicester Dedlock. One thing I must say about Mr. Dickens is that he is descriptive almost, but not quite, to the point of boredom.

Fog, mud, rain, water, Chancery Court. Tulkinghorn's clothing. Some works are closer to the boredom side than others. Feb 4, , am. My book has arrived and I've read the first chapter. Does anyone think it was foggy? Feb 4, , pm. That foggy opening is vivid in my mind from nearly 40 years ago! And the image of megalosauros walking the streets of London - apparently one of the earliest appearances of a dinosaur in literature.

Edited: Feb 4, , pm. Feb 5, , am. Thank you karenmarie for starting this group read! I'm planning on starting the book tonight and I'm hoping to make this my first ROOT for the year as well. My copy is a paperback of pages. It's a Finnish translation from my copy is from and the translation is by Kersti Juva. I expect it will be more readable than the much older translation of A Tale of Two Cities I started and abandoned years ago. But then I never got around reading it And here's my brick of a book:.

Edited: Feb 5, , am. I'm not quite that far along yet, but I'll look for it. After I've finished the book, I'll watch it! Since the library copy I'm reading doesn't have any notes, I've decided to skim the notes on Shmoop.

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  • This is a summary page but it's the best I can find that lists the individual chapter notes. They didn't mention the megalosauros - their bad! Feb 5, , pm. I have just finished Chapter 1 and am finding the descriptions very entertaining. I add my thanks to karenmarie for starting this thread and prompting me to get into this Dickens novel. I am on chapter 19 and loving it!

    It helps with the changing POVs. If your library has Hoopla, I see that this version is available there. There are so many characters, as usual with Dickens. The plot is really getting interesting.

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    Feb 6, , am. I got through the first three chapters last night. It felt like pretty easy going, mostly because I was able to recognise almost everyone from the BBC series so there was no need to try to memorise who's who. That's probably going to change soon. I'm just over halfway through and enjoying BH immensely even though I abandoned it once before, because of its size and lack of concentration on my part.

    I think it's very well narrated by both parties. Some of the characters almost come to life and the long descriptive passages are quite enjoyable. It's really helped me get into and enjoy the story.