Discuss the ways in which ‘Great Expectations’ by Charles Dickens engages with the issues of class conflict, the desire for upward social mobility, and the obstacles to that social mobility constructed by the society depicted in the novel.
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“I found out within a few hours, and may mention at once, that Mrs Pocket was the only daughter of a certain quite accidental deceased Knight, who had invented for himself a conviction that his deceased father would have been made a Baronet but for somebody’s determined opposition arising out of entirely personal motives – I forgot whose, if I ever knew..” (Charles Dickens, Great Expectations, Chapter 23)

ESSAY QUESTION – Discuss the ways in which ‘Great Expectations’ by Charles Dickens engages with the issues of class conflict, the desire for upward social mobility, and the obstacles to that social mobility constructed by the society depicted in the novel.

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Discuss the ways in which ‘Great Expectations’ by Charles Dickens engages with the issues of class conflict, the desire for upward social mobility, and the obstacles to that social mobility constructed by the society depicted in the novel.
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“I found out within a few hours, and may mention at once, that Mrs Pocket was the only daughter of a certain quite accidental deceased Knight, who had invented for himself a conviction that his deceased father would have been made a Baronet but for somebody’s determined opposition arising out of entirely personal motives – I forgot whose, if I ever knew..” (Charles Dickens, Great Expectations, Chapter 23)

ESSAY QUESTION – Discuss the ways in which ‘Great Expectations’ by Charles Dickens engages with the issues of class conflict, the desire for upward social mobility, and the obstacles to that social mobility constructed by the society depicted in the novel.

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