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Philip Gonzalo Taylor PLEASE CLICK THIS TO LISTEN TO AUDIO ON EACH SLIDE.
Focus Question: Analyze the different social classes during Victorian Times. Relate the characters in Great Expectations to these Social Classes.
The relation of Great Expectations and social class.
Working Class (Low Class) Poor living and working conditions Did not follow rules of courtship Did not participate in social entertainment Had very little chance for education
Working Class members in Great Expectations
Middle Class Only men provided the income Consisted of bankers, shopkeepers, merchants, engineers, other professions.
Middle Class members in Great Expectations
Upper Class Wealth came from inherited land or investments People are usually from the church and of nobility Being a Lady Being a Gentleman
Upper Class members in Great Expectations
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