Can anyone tell me which novel of Dickens's they perceive as having the most to do with gender? Currently, my candidate for that list is Bleak House, which has a female narrator- part of the time- and mother/daughter themes, but that's mainly because, other than that, I've only read A Tale of Two Cities.
Likewise, I have read zero Trollope novels. Based on what some friends who took a course in his work this semester are saying, I'm thinking I'll go with The Eustace Diamonds, since I know a female character plays a strong role in that. If you have a favorite where the gender themes are stronger, though, could you recommend it here, please?
Thank you in advance!