THE EFFECTS OF CLASS CONFLICT ON INDIVIDUALITY: A MARXIST ANALYSIS OF CHARLES DICKENS' GREAT EXPECTATIONS
This research paper investigates that Great Expectations, a masterpiece of Charles Dickens, gives a graphic picture of social subjugation and class exploitation. This research paper explores the tragic character of Pip and brings into light his victimization of social class differences in Victorian society. The aim of this article is to trace the impact of cruel laws on Pip’s personality and to examine Pip’s life in proportion to these difficulties in Dickens’ work. The rationale of this study is to highlight the labor exploitation by the bourgeoisie. This research paper tends to trace how capitalist culture makes life worse across the globe. In this research, the researcher uses Karl Marx’s ideas as a theoretical framework to illustrate materialistic concerns and their consequences.