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Jane Eyre and Great Expectations

Summary: Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte, and Great Expectations, written by Charles Dickens, both demonstrates the Victorian morality. In both Jane Eyre and Great Expectations, the central character is an orphan, who helps articulate various social and moral conflicts in society.
Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte, and Great Expectations, written by Charles Dickens, both demonstrates the Victorian morality. In both Jane Eyre and Great Expectations, the central character is an orphan, who helps articulate various social and moral conflicts in society. In these two novels, the two orphans search for their identities and position within society. However, the difference in the gender of the two orphans emphasizes the different aspirations of each of the two orphans. Whereas Jane Eyre seeks to be loved, Pip seeks social advancement, wealth, and the desire to be a gentleman. In Great Expectations, the moral theme is quite simple: affection, loyalty, and conscience are more important than social advancement, wealth, and class. Dickens establishes the theme and shows Pip learning this lesson, largely by exploring ideas of ambition and self-improvement. Ambition and self-improvement take two forms in Great Expectations, moral and...

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