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Analysis of an extract from Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens (ID:299073)

: 7
г : 2018
: 150
1) The category of informativity 2) The category of presupposition 3) The category of implication 4) The category of Cohesion
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The 1st logically complete part, consisting of the 1st, the 2nd and the 3rd physical paragraphs and ending with the words become at once the driver and guard of such vehicle through the social mazes, deals with the description of Mrs. General and her marriage with the commissary. The author emphasizes Mrs. Generals extreme commitment to proprieties. It should be pointed out that after her husbands death, Mrs. General finds out that she has been deceived by him and that she inherits nothing in the long run. It is also stressed that being a widow, Mrs. General decides to help some rich young lady to improve her manners.