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“Our Mutual Friend” by Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

Words: 1375 (6 pages)

In “Our mutual friend” Charles Dickens explores attitudes to money in victorian society examine the characters of Lizzie Hexam, Bella Wilfer and mrs Boffin and show what youhave learnt about money and social class in the 1960’s. The title of the Charles Dickens novel is ‘Our mutual friend’.The author Charles Dickens was born in the…

Great Expectations is an Autobiographical Novel written by Charles Dickens


Charles Dickens


Words: 1290 (6 pages)

Great Expectations is an Autobiographical Novel written by Charles Dickens between 1860 and 1861 because it was written in instalments in magazines. Charles Dickens was a social reformer who wrote boos about the working class people and the daily struggles, to try to get people to understand how life was like for the working class….

Life Of Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

Words: 1434 (6 pages)

The Life of Charles DickensCharles Dickens was on of the literary geniuses of the 19th century. Dickens was the first main stream writer to reach out to the semiliterate class. He did much to make sure his writings were avaliable to the middle class. He published serial novels on a monthly bases. One shilling (one…

Edgar Allan Poe and Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

Edgar Allan Poe

Words: 1376 (6 pages)

One contrast between the works of Edgar Allan Poe and Charles Dickens is style. Nicholas Neckline is an example of style from the author’s works. Nicholas Neckline at that time was considered to be the funniest novel in the English language. Actually did read the summary for this book and to me it seems like…

The function of the ‘Rake Figures’ in: Sense and Sensibility and The Hard Times

Charles Dickens

Words: 1350 (6 pages)

The function of the ‘Rake Figures’ in: Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen and The Hard Times by Charles Dickens Primarily the character of rake is defined and recognized for his/her sexual desire and the specific mannerism that he/she adopts to depict this nature of his/her character and they are generally men especially in the…

“Great Expectations” by Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

Words: 1338 (6 pages)

Dickens’ provides the reader with scathing insight into the social standard of this time/era. How successful is Dickens in portraying the injustices of social class?” In England the social fences, if left alone, grow like wild hedges.” -D.W. BroganThe class system in England began with the introduction of feudalism which followed the Norman Conquest of…

Charles Dickens – Pro or Anti French Revolution

Charles Dickens




Words: 733 (3 pages)

The tale of two cities written by Charles Dickens is at the time period of the French revolution. But it is not understood if Charles likes the French revolution or if he’s against it? Charles Dickens sees the poverty in all the peasants, he sees that peasants are becoming solemn and deadly the people are….

Charles Dickens Great Expectations

Charles Dickens

Words: 318 (2 pages)

Comparison between the book end the movieMovieBooktakes places in 1980stakes in the 1800sBoys name is Fin BellBoys name is PipMagi is Fins sisterMrs. Joe is his sisterFin meets the convict in the seaMeets him at the churchyardJoe work as a fisher manJoe is a blacksmithFin bits his nailsIs not mentionedTakes places in the USTakes places…

Contrasting Regions in Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

Words: 251 (2 pages)

“Many plays and novels use contrasting places to represent opposing forces or ideas central to the meaning of the work. Explain these two contrasting regions in Great Expectations and they represent to Pip. ” Representing Great Differences I believe the two contrasting regions in Great Expectations to be the poverty stricken marshes and the harsh,…

Charles Dickens “Great Expectations” Coursework

Charles Dickens

Great Expectations

Words: 1696 (7 pages)

In my essay my essay I am going to be exploring what techniques Charles Dickens uses to create characters and themes raised through them. The three main characters I will be focussing on in my essay will be: Pip, Miss’s Havisham and Estella. I will be exploring how these three characters are used my Dickens…

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