The book presents Dickens' Women in the Victorian as well as Modern perspective. His women present the feminine qualities of compassion and tenderness with the masculine qualities of aggressiveness and competitiveness. They are quite near to the Feminist ideal of the Twentieth century. Their struggle for equal rights emphasizes the value of women as they are. The work explore different aspects of Feminism. It is concerned with the 'newness' and strongness' of Dickens' women. In view of the current world-wide interest in Feminism and status of women, the book is timely. It should be of interest not only to feminists but also to the general readers.