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THE CONCEPT OF CHILDHOOD IN THE WORKS OF CHARLES DICKENS

Toirova Maxfuza

The peak of interest in understanding the image of the child in literature falls on the 19th century. From the poetry of romantics, who considered childhood a special and intrinsically valuable world, this theme by the middle of the century moves to prose, childhood becomes the theme of being a personality in harmony with oneself and the world. The image of childhood is a characteristic phenomenon in English literature. Let's make some comparisons. Victorian society pays great attention to the problems of childhood: reforms are taking place in the field of child upbringing and education, children's books and magazines appear. A group of like-minded artists gathers around the painter T.Webster, who specializes in children's themes.

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