Radical Criticism In Great Expectations By Charles Dickens

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The topic for my term paper is 'Radical criticism of English society in Charles Dickens 's Great Expectations. ' As Victorian era was full of topics related to middle-class people, this was one the main theme as well as the problem that people were often countered with. Charles Dickens 's works were mostly based on the cut-throat problems of the Victorian era. Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, published in 1860, is another attempt to show the same satire through his excellent of the plot, characters and his narrative techniques. Through the protagonist, that is, Pip he shows the desire of a common village boy to do exceptionally well in his life and put himself up in social status. This novel is also about how Pip suddenly receives the huge amount of expectation from an unknown benefactor and the subsequent change in his character due to that.
Radical criticism, Victorian era, Charles Dickens, Great Expectations, Satire.

Born on February 2nd, 1812, to John and Elizabeth Dickens, this victorian novelist or rather the most magnificent novelist of the victorian era is none other than Charles Dickens. Born in Portsmouth, England, he was the second child to Mr. and Mrs. Dickens. It 's very important to throw some light on Charles Dickens early life because his early background of life serves as an interface between his
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