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The Coming of the Railway" from Dombey and Son
Dickens' piece "The Coming of the Railway" from Dombey and Son was very powerful in
illustrating the impact of the Industrial Revolution. The visuals come as shock from the
past two weeks with the Romantics look at nature and the beauty of the English
landscape, and have brought us back to Blake's "London". Well, such is the bane of
progress. To begin, the piece starts off by describing the emergence of a new railroad in
the city, with creates some interesting visuals. Dickens writes "here, a chaos of carts,
overthrown and jumbled together, lay topsy-turvy at the bottom of a steep unna…
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