"Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens.
The theme of isolation is directly reflected in the time it was written, the Victorian era. Women during this period were dependent on men, unless they were rich. Miss Havisham, who is rich and who is not dependent on a man, is isolated in her own, home which is decayed and diseased. Charles Dickens uses Miss Havisham to show Isolation in the novel.
Charles Dickens believed that the division between the rich and the poor had produced a diseased and unhealthy society. Dickens uses Miss Havisham to show this. The British Government severely suppressed and prevented thos…
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