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Great Expectations

Summary: Discusses the Charles Dickens novel, Great Expectations. Explores major themes, including Dickens's strong belief in that true happiness evolves from one's self-establishment, understanding, recognition, and affirmation of his own value in a society. Examines the role of family values and social classes in the novel.
Among the many themes reflected in Charles Dickens's novel, Great Expectations, the one that stands out the most is Dickens's strong belief in that true happiness evolves from one's self-establishment, understanding, recognition, and affirmation of his own value in a society. This theme is embedded in the interwoven deliberations of two main topics - the role of a healthy family and the perception of social classes in one's mind - which lay down the milieu of the novel. Dickens's opinions and thoughts about the Victorian society and the value of an individual in such a society are spoken through the voice of the protagonist, Pip, of whom many critics believe is a portrait of Dickens as a young man. From the many intertwined events that take place throughout the novel, Dickens reveals the model of his ideal family as well as his advocacy for genuine acceptance of one's...

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