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CHARLES DICKENS

“She was a woman of orderly habits, and disciplined in all her ways.”

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"Hard Times" by Charles Dickens highlights the perils of industrialization and utilitarianism, showing dehumanization. Through vivid characters and a poignant narrative, it advocates empathy and a balance between reason and imagination, stressing the need for compassion in a changing world.

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