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How Not To Do It? AgainDickens swerved away from the network of middle-class interiors in which the canonical 19th century novel is embedded Insteadhe learned from the popular prints of Hogarth and the stage melodramas how to unfold his plots across the dramatic social disparities of London In the processLondon acquired an unparalleled density in his work He mobilised elements of the metropolis its parasitic legal and administrative systemsits slums and street urchinsits nightscapesits often fraudulent ways of money-making to produce the surprisesthe violence and the humour that would link his work to the more contemporary forms of mass entertainment To be sureDickenss sheer virtuosity as a writer has kept his novels in constant circulationbut remarkablyhe has had greater influence on filmmakers than on subsequent generations of novelists Its not just that his books have been repeatedly adapted More important is that several filmmakers have written on the extraordinary influence that some of Dickenss novelistic methods have had on cinema Sergei Eisensteinfor exampleshowed how much American director DW Griffith drew on Oliver Twist in his use of the montage mode to generate suspense And Charlie Chaplins The Great Dictator demonstrates how Dickenss walking cartoons would flourish if equipped with the expressive resources of cinema On Dickenss 200th birthdaythenit would perhaps be appropriate to celebrate not the eternal value of great literaturebut the traffic of expressive energies across disparate genres and mediaand especially literatures capacity to draw from and transfer these energies to genres usually thought of as merely popular The writer is professor of EnglishUniversity of Delhi His book LondonRadical Expression and the Making of the Dickensian Aesthetic (Ohio State University Press) will be published in [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 22 2017 5:35 pm K Srikanth beat World No 1 Son Wan Ho in the second round of the Australian Open Related News Kidambi Srikanth B Sai Praneeth PV Sindhu Saina Nehwal carry India’s Australian Open Super Series campaign to the next stage as they book their quarterfinals seat in the ongoing tournament in Sydney Srikanth did it again The Indonesia Open champion beat reigning World No 1 Son Wan Ho 15-21 21-13 21-13 in the second round to advance to the quarterfinals Srikanth booked his place in the quarterfinals after beating the South Korean for the second time in two weeks He stunned Son Wan Ho 21-15 14-21 24-22 last week in the semifinals of the Indonesia Super Series Premier to book his spot in the final where he lifted the trophy after beating Japan’s Kazumasa Sakai Srikanth has reached three quarterfinals in the last five tournaments that he has participated in @srikidambi does it once again Defeats the reigning world no1 Son Wan Ho 15-21 21-13 21-13 to advance into the quarterfinals #AustraliaSS pictwittercom/3LwMRd5PKS — BAI Media (@BAI_Media) 22 June 2017 Saina Nehwal gets the better of Soniia Cheah to seal a quarters berth The defending champion defeated the Malaysian badminton player 21-15 20-22 21-14 Cheah made a comeback in the second game after Nehwal won the first However the Hyderabad shuttler took the lead in the decider to book her spot in the quarterfinals Saina Nehwal gets the better of Soniia Cheah to seal a quarters berth at #AustraliaSS The defending champion wins 21-15 20-22 21-14 pictwittercom/QpFWw8IRy2 — BAI Media (@BAI_Media) 22 June 2017 PV Sindhu gave an outstanding performance in the second round beating Chen Xiaoxin to seal a quarters berth at the Australian Open She beat the Chinese player 21-13 21-18 Outstanding show from @Pvsindhu1 Outclasses Chen Xiaoxin to seal a quarters berth at #AustraliaSS Wins 21-13 21-18 #AustraliaSS pictwittercom/4iFqI9Yya8 — BAI Media (@BAI_Media) 22 June 2017 Meanwhile B Sai Praneeth kept India’s campaign strong by becoming the second quarterfinalist for India after he registered a thrilling 21-15 18-21 21-13 win against Huang Yuxiang of China After sealing the opening game Sai trailed behind 19-12 in the second game However he took the lead in the later half of the neck and neck decider to book his spot in the quarterfinals along with Srikanth We have another quarterfinalist @saiprneeth92 registers a thrilling 21-15 18-21 21-13 win over China’s Huang Yuxiang #AustraliaSS pictwittercom/ZEkYuxsVWj — BAI Media (@BAI_Media) 22 June 2017 Srikanth and Praneeth will now face each other in an all-Indian quarter-final at the Australian Open For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsDhaka: Six people were sentenced to death today by two Bangladeshi courts for torturing to death two young boys including a 13-year-old whose death had triggered protests in the country after video footage of the brutal attack went viral Four people were ordered to gallows in Sylhet where the culprits murdered 13-year old Samiul Islam Rajon after hours of torture with sticks on 8 July after tying him to a pole the court officials said People gather outside a court as police escort the youth accused in the killing of Samiul Islam Rajon in Sylhet AP "They shall be hanged by neck until they are dead" Sessions Judge Akbar Hossain Mridha pronounced as the convicts stood on the dock while one of them was exposed to justice after extraditing him from Saudi Arabia Rajon a vegetable vendor and student of a local school was stabbed to death claiming he was involved in stealing a rickshaw van an allegation that police said was baseless The subsequent autopsy report said Rajon died of brain hemorrhage though the doctors found 64 injury marks in his body while the evidence suggested the boy was tortured for nearly four hours until he breathed his last The killers also made a video of the torture and posted it on Facebook which eventually went viral and earned massive public outcry The 28-minute video showed the boy screaming for help crying for water and begging for his life while the killers laughed and jeered at him as he cried out "somebody please save me" Beyond the four convicts one was sentenced to life imprisonment and four were sentenced to different terms while three were acquitted out of 13 indicted accused In the second case Metropolitan Sessions Judge Court Dilruba Sulthana sentenced two people in southwestern city of Khulna where they killed 12-year-old boy Rakib Hawlader whose intestines were torn apart and lungs burst as the killers pumped air in his body using an air compressor through his rectum on 3 August Rakib who used to work at an automobile workshop earned the wrath of his owner as he had left the job to escape his torture and got employed at another such workshop nearby "When air was being forced into his body with the pump I heard him saying ‘uncle (the workshop owner) please stop now or else I am going to die" a fellow teenager friend of Rakib earlier told newsmen as he witnessed the torture while walking by the scene The judge handed down the death penalty to owner Omar Sharif and his uncle Mintu Mia while acquitted Sharif’s mother who was reportedly present at the scene during the murder PTI including Renedy Singh and Irungbam Surkumar Singh, They have been lodged at Palyamkottai central prison in Tirunelveli.t become a ground for questioning their allegiance to Pakistan. CEO Rahul Johri and Committee of Administrators member Diana Edulji — will meet Shastri at BCCI headquarters in Mumbai to decide the support staff of the India team. MoS for Industry and Civil Supplies A. 2015 4:07 am A look at the front page of The Indian Express, changed somewhat in the early 1990s.

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