What do you think of Charles Dickens and his views on the end of life after death.?

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  • 10 months ago
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    dickens seems very christian. he was english so he is probably protestant, and this shows in "tale of two cities" . i think this is best work, as it is a revolution, not a social-moral. 

    one may decry concerns that exist, but another is the active-overturning of values as in a revolution. there is a difference in just complaining about a problem to make conversation, "ain't things awful", and giving an answer which "resolves the problem".

  • Marli
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    10 months ago

    The views expressed in one of his books, or in letters or lectures?

  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    I have no idea what his views on that subject were.

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