The Shallow Society of England as Seen by Dickens - Cartier Thamzi
"Money is what makes the world go round". Great Expectations is a model novel that reveals this statement. Throughout the novel Dickens' demonstrates his views on social class through the ideas of that the occupation you hold, along with the income that you receive is the threshold for defining classes. Dickens' suggests this by showing class mobility, the constant arrogance and other defining tools displayed by the "upper" classes, as well as the fact that love, which is known as the ultimate force, cannot break the class system barrier.
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