In great expectations Dickens judges his characters not on social position or upbringing but on their treatment of one another. Do you agree?
Throughout his prosperous career as a writer, Charles Dickens took a literacy stance on the values and social status of society in London in the 19th century. Great expectations is of no exception. I agree completely with the statement, as Dickens portrays the characters we favor with sympathy (i.e. Joe, Magwitch
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