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Bleak House

Bleak House


by Charles Dickens

Bleak House: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. Protagonists, and even secondary characters, carefully unfold the various strands of their personality. Which theme is this? -> Identity
2. Geographical and topographical landmarks are primarily identified by sight. Which theme is this? -> Appearances
3. What is a hopelessly tangled mess of unsolvable, endless cases? -> Feeling
4. What creates and maintains reputation? -> Duty
5. Which of these is not questioned? -> Generosity