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Il romanzo "Tempi difficili" ("Hard Times") descrive Coketown, una cittadina industriale

del Nord nell’area di Manchester, negli anni ’40. Qui i tempi sono "difficili" non solo a causa della povertà,

delle condizioni di lavoro e della lotta di classe, ma a causa della sterilità, aridità e spreco di vite umane,

derivati, secondo l’autore, dall’ignoramento o repressione del lato immaginativo ed emozionale dell’uomo.

Il romanzo, di critica sociale, mostra gli effetti di:

la rivoluzione industriale, dopo cui gli uomini sono ridotti a "braccia", pura forza lavoro;

i principi utilitaristici, secondo cui "il buon samaritano era un pessimo economista";

un ambiente familiare non adatto alla crescita dei giovani, con madri deboli e padri insensibili;

un errato sistema educazionale, con una scuola in cui originalità e creatività non sono più stimolate.

Coketown vive solo di benessere materiale, profitto, produttività e materie statistiche.

Numerosi i personaggi presentati: Mr Gradgrind, un sociologo e influente membro del Parlamento,

con la sua famiglia; Louisa Gradgrind, la primogenita, intrappolata in un matrimonio senza amore con Bounderby,

e corteggiata dall’ozioso James Harthouse, giunto in città con lo scopo di entrare in Parlamento con l’aiuto del padre

della ragazza; Bounderby, amico stretto e poi genero di Grandgrind, un volgare proprietario terriero e banchiere,

classico uomo che"si è fatto da sè", ricco, ma che vanta umili origini; Stephen Blackpool e Rachael, due tessitori,

vittime dello sfruttamento industriale, privi di diritti e senza futuro. Contrapposta alla bruttezza e squallore di

Coketown, è allora presentata la realtà del Circo, descritto come il mondo del divertimento, solidarietà,

mutuo soccorso e affetto sincero, dove vivono coloro che possiedono una ricchezza non materiale, ma interiore.

Dickens, convinto che non ci debba essere spaccatura tra cuore e mente e che nessuno debba essere ridotto a semplice

burattino o figurante, vuole sottolineare come nessun uomo d’affari o sindacalista può arricchire con teorie la vita

dell’uomo di quella fantasia ed immaginazione di cui ha bisogno.

E' la trama di un romanzo di Dickens che dovrei portare agli esami di Stato per letteratura inglese , lo farei io ma sono negata xD e ad usare programmi di traduzione non mi fido .. Quindi rispondetemi solo se siete davvero capaci ! Grazie :)

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  • 9 anni fa
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    The novel "Hard Times" ("Hard Times") describes Coketown, an industrial town

    North area of ​​Manchester, in the '40s. Here the times are "hard" not only because of poverty,

    working conditions and the class struggle, but because of infertility, barrenness and waste of human life,

    derivatives, according to the author, dall'ignoramento or repression of the imaginative and emotional side of man.

    The novel of social criticism, showing the effects of:

    the industrial revolution, after which men are reduced to "arms" pure labor force;

    utilitarian principles, that "the good Samaritan was a bad economist";

    a family environment not suitable for the growth of young, vulnerable mothers and fathers with insensitive;

    a broken educational system, with a school in which originality and creativity are no longer stimulated.

    Coketown lives only of material prosperity, profit, productivity and statistical materials.

    Many of the characters presented: Mr. Gradgrind, a sociologist and influential member of Parliament,

    with his family, Louisa Gradgrind, the eldest child, trapped in a loveless marriage with Bounderby,

    and courted dall'ozioso James Harthouse, arrived in town in order to enter parliament with the help of his father

    the girl; Bounderby, close friends and then son-Grandgrind, a vulgar banker and landowner,

    classic man who "has done for itself," rich, but that has humble origins, Stephen Blackpool and Rachael, two weavers,

    victims of industrial exploitation, with no rights and no future. Opposed to the ugliness and squalor of

    Coketown, it is then presented the reality of the Circus, described as the world of entertainment, solidarity,

    mutual support and sincere affection, home to those who have a non-material wealth, but internal.

    Dickens, convinced that there must be split between heart and mind and that no person should be reduced to simple

    puppet, or set it to stress than any businessman or union can enrich your life with theories

    man of that fantasy and imagination they need.

  • Anonimo
    9 anni fa

    The novel "Hard Times" ("Hard Times") describes Coketown, an industrial town

    North area of ​​Manchester, in the '40s. Here the times are "hard" not only because of poverty,

    working conditions and the class struggle, but because of infertility, barrenness and waste of human life,

    derivatives, according to the author, dall'ignoramento or repression of the imaginative and emotional side of man.

    The novel of social criticism, showing the effects of:

    the industrial revolution, after which men are reduced to "arms" pure labor force;

    utilitarian principles, that "the good Samaritan was a bad economist";

    a family environment not suitable for the growth of young, vulnerable mothers and fathers with insensitive;

    a broken educational system, with a school in which originality and creativity are no longer stimulated.

    Coketown lives only of material prosperity, profit, productivity and statistical materials.

    Many of the characters presented: Mr. Gradgrind, a sociologist and influential member of Parliament,

    with his family, Louisa Gradgrind, the eldest child, trapped in a loveless marriage with Bounderby,

    and courted dall'ozioso James Harthouse, arrived in town in order to enter parliament with the help of his father

    the girl; Bounderby, close friends and then son-Grandgrind, a vulgar banker and landowner,

    classic man who "has done for itself," rich, but that has humble origins, Stephen Blackpool and Rachael, two weavers,

    victims of industrial exploitation, with no rights and no future. Opposed to the ugliness and squalor of

    Coketown, it is then presented the reality of the Circus, described as the world of entertainment, solidarity,

    mutual support and sincere affection, home to those who have a non-material wealth, but internal.

    Dickens, convinced that there must be split between heart and mind and that no person should be reduced to simple

    puppet, or set it to stress than any businessman or union can enrich your life with theories

    man of that fantasy and imagination they need.

  • Anonimo
    9 anni fa

    The novel "Hard(difficult) Times"describes the Coketown,a small Northern industrial town in the area of manchester..in the '40s.here the times are hard not just because of poverty.

    conditions of work and of the class struggle, but due to the infertility, barrenness and waste of human life,derived, according to the author, from falling or repression of the imaginative and emotional hand of man.

    The novel of social criticism, shows the effects of :

    the industrial revolution, after which men are reduced to "arms" .pure workforce;

    utilitarian principles, that "the good Samaritan was a bad economist";

    (sono riuscita a fare solo questo,scusa)

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