Probing Great Expectations: A Re-analysis
Keywords:Humanitarian, Realism, Workhouses, Lower-Class System, High Class Sensibility
Charles Dickens, a prolific, literary figure of Victorian era- reelects through and exquisite picture of whole Victorian England society. He is a writer of humanitarian novels and turns the light of knowledge upon a great Variety of English scene and characters, especially upon workhouses, debtors, prisons shops hovels of the poor, law offices, dark sheets and dark alleys the England haunts and hiding places of vice, crime pain. He knew his people best and gave them what they wanted. In his novel Great Expectations, Dickens explored some significant issues regarding high- and lower-class system of Victorian society.
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