Courses / Literature / BLEAK HOUSE
Coordinators: Lynnel Garabedian, Sanford Kessler
Charles Dickens’ most highly acclaimed novel, Bleak House, is a compelling story involving a long-standing court case and how it touches the lives of numerous characters. The novel includes love stories and a murder but, most importantly, a condemnation of the corruption at the heart of English society. Its many themes are relevant to all societies today. The class will resume reading and discussing the book at Chapter XXXII.