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Another classic Dickens satire, this time at the expense of America where he had recently travelled (see Dickens' "American Notes"). This is the story of the Chuzzlewits - plenty of cunning, intrigue, greed and bucket loads of selfishness embellish this brilliant story not to mention a dose or two of moral appreciation.
Teresa of Avila was major figure of the Catholic Reformation - a prominent mystic, writer, and reformer. At age seven she ran away from home to 'find martyrdom amongst the Moors'. At twenty she joined the Carmelite nuns. She resolved to found a new convent based on the principal of absolute poverty and renunciation of property. This, and the three kinds of ritual flagellation used at services, disturbed the laity. Later, the Carmelites tried to suppress her movement. After Don Quixote this is Spain's mode widely read prose classic.
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