People’s struggles in poverty and revolution in 19th c novels by Charles Dickens “A Tale of Two Cities” and “Oliver Twist”
Struggles, Poverty, Predominance, Inner Feelings
In modern society still, now, the world is eagerly waiting for liberty and equality for the people. Most of the people get suffer and they can’t get the proper food because of the ruling government. The poor people do not have enough money to buy things for food they depend only on the privileges of the government. Lots of struggles the people felt and very bad situations now it exist in the world. Mankind needs love and peace from other people but according to the people’s mindset is to play with the emotions as well as in the way of treating others. In the Victorian era, Charles Dickens discusses the real struggle of the people who faced the situation of not even having food because poverty was everywhere in that period. His novels discuss the same thing and it clearly explains how far the people got struggled from the predominance of the government. Most of his novels talk about various themes like poverty, class discrimination, social injustice, etc. The aristocratic people mock in the way of treating and teasing with the color of other people and they don’t understand the inner feeling of other people, this is what the real-life situation people feel bad and it should be a major part of society also.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 7

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