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Dicken's third novel, published in 1839, is a brilliant and vivid melodrama of honest youth triumphing over vice and injustice. Bursting with energy and populated by a whole world of inimitable and memorable characters - including especially the theatrical troupe with whom Nicholas performs - the book is both a griping story and a series of magnificent scenes. It is also indignant protest against cruelty and oppression, most memorably encapsulated in Dickens's powerful portrayal of Mr Squeers and his wicked boarding school - a passage which was to be instrumental in helping to reform the Victorian education system. The novel has been adapted for television stage and screen.

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A melodrama of honest youth triumphing over vice and injustice, this novel is an indignant protest against cruelty and oppression, most memorably encapsulated in Dickens's portrayal of Mr Squeers and his wicked boarding school - a passage which helped to reform the Victorian education system.

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