Charles Dickens: "Great Expectations".
Charles Dickens was born in 1812. His farther was a clerk working for the naval pay office. At age twelve he was sent to work in Warren's Blacking Factory, a dark and decayed warehouse over-run with rats. This was where he had his first experiences of child labour. Most of his time in the factory was spent sticking labels on bottles. Later in his life, he looked back on this time with bitterness and disgust.
'Great Expectations' and many of Dickens' other novels were based around events in his unfortunate childhood and of those he saw around him. This idea comes through quite strongly thr…
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