Interesting story, in which the intertwined fates of a number of characters. The orphans Ada and Richard, the parties to the litigation Jannise against Jannise’s, in fact Mr. Jannis, their guardian and his ward Esther; people whose lives broke the Chancery court and just the dregs of society; puffy know and the people that the light wouldn’t be able to spoil each of them – their joys and their sorrows. And everyone has their own story. But Dickens, the great adept – all of these clues were collected, and wove of them a huge canvas.
“Bleak House” is a truly English affair. It is inherent in the insular pedantry (which are just multi-page descriptions of landscapes and interiors;), and a signature sense of humor-sarcasm (even now take with regard to Chancery, endure our realities, and get a great skit). But the most that “Bleak House” there is a monumentality, which, however, Dickens was inherent in the previous Dating)