Book Review: Bleak House
Author: Vijay Kumar Sharma, Student, ICFAI LAW School, ICFAI University, Jaipur, India
Bleak House novel is a novel which had been written by Charles Dickens. It is a satirical story about the British Judiciary system. At the Centre of Bleak House is a Long-running Legal Case in the Court of Chancery, Jarndyce and Jarndyce, which comes about because a testator has written several conflicting wills. The most obvious theme in Bleak House is that of the undeserved suffering created by the High Court of Chancery. However, Legal Corruption permeates this novel like a disease, issuing in particular form the byzantine lawsuit with which all the book’s characters have a connection. it is analytical research and it is done through secondary data sources. This book review also emphasises on those points which had not been explained and elucidated by Dickens.
Keywords: Satirical-story, Legal Case, Testator, Judiciary- system, Victorian society
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