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It also conjures up the Revolution and its warning signs in words and, last but not least, it transforms French Revolutionary words into striking English verbal cartoons or infuses English words with strong revolutionary meaning. Carlyle , Thomas. The French Revolution: A History Dickens , Charles. Andrew Sanders.

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The Pinnacle of Liberty , , Hand-coloured etching, Nuttall , P. Adorno , Theodor. Notes to Literature , vol. Rolf Tiedemann. Bloom, Harold. Freud , Sigmund. James Strachey, vol.

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Lecercle, Jean-Jacques. Dickens Romancier.

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See Adorno and Lecercle 17—36 on foreign words and a philosophy of language. Jean-Jacques Lecercle contends that foreign words defamiliarise language and enable critical thought to emerge. Interestingly, Dickens also uses a cannibalistic metaphor in his novel.

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