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1. The Theory of Moral Sentiments – Adam Smith
2. Hard Times – Charles Dickens
3. A Tale of Two Cities – Charles Dickens
Adam Smith died on July 17, 1790 one year before French Revolution from 1789 to 1799. He as a founder of free market economic system is best known for two classic works The Theory of Moral Sentiments (1759) and The Wealth of Nations (1776).
Charles Dickens as one of the great English writers and social critics died on June 9, 1870. He is best known for Hard Times and A Tale of Two Cities. The books appraise English and French societies and are aimed at highlighting the social and economic pressures of the times during French Revolution.
While Adam Smith’s work presents us an economic world from the eyes of an economist for English Industrial Revolution, Charles Dickens novels Hard Times and A Tale of Two Cities show us a world of English Industrial Revolution from a great English writer.
This book is for the readers who are interested in studying The Theory of Moral Sentiments and learning the historical background when Adam Smith wrote the book.