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GREAT
EXPECTATI
ONS
REVISION GUIDE
BEN LAMMIN ­ SLe ­ W9

December 2011

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CONTENTS
SECTION 1
Victorian Values
Study: Charles Dickens
SECTION 2
Characters
Settings
Themes
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Great Expectations was written following the aftermath of the social revolution caused
by industry. To fully appreciate Dickens's portrayal of protagonists and antagonists, as
well as critical themes, a contemporary knowledge must be established.




SECTION 1
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES
GREAT EXPECTATIONS STUDY GUIDE
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The industrial revolution of the era paved the way for a new iteration of the employment
structure and socio-economic development. Factories (usually heavily based in the textile
industry) would spawn across the nation in major trading routes, and efficiency was key to the
development. To get employees closer to…

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GREAT
EXPECTATI
ONS
REVISION GUIDE
BEN LAMMIN ­ SLe ­ W9

December 2011

Page 3

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Page 4

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CONTENTS
SECTION 1
Victorian Values
Study: Charles Dickens
SECTION 2
Characters
Settings
Themes
13
16
7
6
2
4

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Great Expectations was written following the aftermath of the social revolution caused
by industry. To fully appreciate Dickens's portrayal of protagonists and antagonists, as
well as critical themes, a contemporary knowledge must be established.




SECTION 1
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES
GREAT EXPECTATIONS STUDY GUIDE
ENGLISH
Page1

Page 8

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Page 9

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Page2section1
The industrial revolution of the era paved the way for a new iteration of the employment
structure and socio-economic development. Factories (usually heavily based in the textile
industry) would spawn across the nation in major trading routes, and efficiency was key to the
development. To get employees closer to…

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Definitely a 5 star! this revision guide is so organised.