John Stuart Mill Essay | Mr. Mill's Struggle

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Mr. Mill's Struggle

Summary: Author John Stuart Mill's struggle with social isolation and understanding
                                Mr. Mill's Struggle

     The Victorian Age encompassed the fruition of the middle class due to the Industrial Revolution that was driven by the greed and hardworking efforts of a British society; this society had never seen so much material wealth.  Unfortunately the strife and greed during the Industrial Revolution created a new human "mind set" that led to skeptical beliefs concerning all aspects of humankind's purpose and existence.  This motivation flooded not only from the Aristocracy to the working class poor, but also influenced the art and creative literary of that time.  In the book entitled The Longman Anthology of British Literature by Henderson and Sharpe, the work entitled " Autobiography, Chapter 1" by John Stuart Mill, reveals his social isolation and "nose to the grindstone" ethics...

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