Charles Dickens; J Hillis Miller
|注意：||Originally published: 1844.
"Published in Penguin Classics 1994"--Title page verso.
Includes an essay entitled "Martin Chuzzlewit" by J. Hillis Miller.
|描述：||ix, 970 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.|
|叢書名：||Penguin English Library|
Old Martin Chuzzlewit, in despair at a family more interested in his wealth than his wellbeing, drives out his grandson and namesake. While the younger Martin leaves to make his own way in the world, love of money drives the hypocritical Pecksniff into scheming his way closer to the older man, and compels Jonas Chuzzlewit to even darker deeds.