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Record identifier : 564262
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Heidari beigvand, Fariba
Title and statement of responsibility : The concept of morality vs.reality as reflected in daniel defoe's novel moli felanders [Thesis]/فریبا حیدری بیگوند;supervisor: Dr. Manouchehr Haghighi
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : , July 1995
Language of the Item : eng
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliographical P. 132 - 136
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Master of Arts(M.A)
Body granting the degree : , College of Persian Literature and Foreign Languages Allameh Tabatabaei
Summary or Abstract : In this study, all the quotations of the novel Moll Flanders were extracted out of the Norton edition of this work edited by Edward Kelly. This noted novel as well as the collection of the critical articles at the end of the book proved to be very helpful. It is axiomatic that the readers of eighteenth century literature lose a lot of useful and propounding Knowledge if they do not pay the necessary attention to the socioeconomic, political and cultural surroundings among which people of the time lived. That is why in order to get a full understanding of the work Moll Flanders, we can not desregard its background without which I think much is to ramain hypothetical and unclear.Most books about the eighteenth century English particularly those which allocate a chapter or few pages to the structure of the society do not fail to clear out many hollow gaps and dark points about the peculiarities of the time. Eighteenth century was a time of great change and political tumult, a time for the tapid expansion of the towns. Among all the beauty of the arts and the progression of science, there were towns and cities which grew larger and uglier day by day. After the fire of 1666, London was rebuilt with beautiful new streets, new squares, towers, domes, theatres and temples, but London held on opposite portrait to itself: a portrait illustrating " Poverty among swarming populations in the extensive insanitary warrens of sulm parishes". London in the eighteenth century had become a place of violent contrasts between beauty and art on the one hand poverty and ugliness on the other. Conditions like these and the hard living which is the naturale ostered the growth crime and turbulence..
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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