Similarities Between Charles Dickens And Great Expectations

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Charles Dickens Charles Dickens was a man who had a very rough start to his life. His luxurious lifestyle was hard to believe considering his unprivileged childhood. As a young boy he was exposed to many artistic and literary work that allowed his imagination to grow and develop in a great way. His work captured the attention of people worldwide; he taught himself to work hard at everything he set his mind to and quickly his fame increased as a writer in his mid-twenties. His early novels were very enjoyable and entertaining . While his later work focused more on important things such as social issues, in which he was so concerned throughout his whole writing career.
In many of his novels dickens described the social problems of that
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Most of his characters he described with sympathy and irony. Charles wrote many novels and most of them were related in some way. For example, two of Charles dickens most famous book, Oliver Twist and Great Expectation, are very similar novels. Where the main characters “Pip from Great Expectation and Oliver from Oliver Twist” were both young orphans who got through life facing many obstacles at such a young age. This novels for example showed the emotions that Dickens felt towards social conditions, and life’s necessities during the Industrial Revolution. In his novels he wrote about truth and common sense and of every aspect of life.
Charles Dicken was considered one of the greatest English novelist of the Victorian Era, while having a traumatizing childhood, he managed to turn his bad experiences and turned them into the greatest novels of the century. The famous and talented Charles John Huffam Dickens was
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Dickens actually hated going to church and staying during the services. According to biographer Edgar Johnson, “Dickens hated established religion, but he managed to maintain a sensitivity toward social principles of Christianity.” Principles he made quite clear in one of his most popular novels, A Christmas Carol, which he wrote at the age of 31. The tale of ghosts and Power. The protagonist, Scrooge was an greedy, lover of money who had lost all sense of kindness. Out of all of the characters in the Dickens novels according to Rost Stephen, author of Christian History, Scrooge was the most memorable representation of Dicken most hated characters because he was such a cheapskate. Even though Dickens wasn 't ambitious with the religion topic, it didn 't mean he wasn 't spiritual. He wrote A simplified version of the New Testament called The Life Of Our Lord in 1849. This novel was especially written for his ten children. He hope to teach his young children about religion and faith with this novel. Since he wrote it exclusively for his children dickens refuse to allow publication. Dickens wanted to change people’s mindset and with this he was very successful. He was especially critical of the idea that that the poor were not important in society. “ Charles was a supporter of the poor and had known

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