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Satire in "Great Expectations" by Charled Dickens.
How does Dickens criticize life during the Victorian times in the novel "Great Expectations"? Dickens uses satire to show the reality during Victorian times. What are three aspects of society, which Dickens satirizes? Three aspects of society, which he satirizes, are family, the class system and education.
The first aspect of society, which Dickens satirizes, is the family. In Mrs. Joe's household, it is evident that she is in control and Joe truly dreads her. This is ironic because during the 1800s, the husband usually empowers the wife. Also, Dickens criticizes child abuse in the Pocket…
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