Essay on The Rocking Horse Winner describing the pressure society puts on a family.
The Rocking Horse Winner
A society based on strong aristocratic values can cause one to embrace greed and personal gain, indirectly blinding the view of what really matters. In this society, social status is of the utmost importance. In "The Rocking Horse Winner" written by D.H. Lawrence, a family structure collapses under a mother's insatiable quest for money, personal gain, and the desire to reach beyond her social class. Paul, the young boy, driven by the need to help and please his mother, fails to achieve this goal, and ultimately meets his death in the end. Because of this, a de…
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