TEXTS IN TIME

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TEXTS IN TIME
1 Great Expectations - Dickens 1861
1.1 Social Mobility
1.1.1 Industrial Revolution
1.1.1.1 Led to shift in work in major cities led to overcrowding and poverty
1.1.1.2 Symbol "I took the time alone to look at my coarse hands and course boots
1.1.1.2.1 Although Estella is wealthy her life is depressing which contrasts the poorer who without wealth still find happiness
1.1.1.3 Ironic Motif - Gentleman. It is ironic than Pip loses his inner gentleman qualities as he paperers wealthier
1.1.2 Sattire "To think, that i should have been the proud instrument that led up to this proud reward
1.1.2.1 Dickens satires Pumblechook as a representative of the rising merchant class
1.2 Corruption of the Justice system
1.2.1 COMPEYSON LIGHTER SENTANCE THAN MAGWITCH FOR SAME CRIME
1.2.1.1 Juxtaposition " What a gentleman Compeyson looked" "...What a common wretch i looked
1.2.2 JAGGERS
1.2.2.1 Metaphor "...an exceedingly dirty and partially drunk minister of Justice '
1.3 Motif, appearance through clothing
1.4 Social inequity created by the upper class
1.4.1 Miss Havisham you must know was a spoilt child
1.4.1.1 Decline in morals from a young age
1.4.2 Brevity "You made your own snares i never made them
1.4.2.1 Despises Pip and all the values and morals he represents
1.4.3 As we got more and more into debt, breakfast became a hollower and hollower form
1.4.3.1 Great expectations is a cautionary novel as it shows the corruption of Pip as a result of his shift in focus from his interactions with others to himself. This confirms as Pip begins to spend money recklessly as he experiences a sense if entitlement
2 The Talented Mr Ripley - Mingella 1980's
2.1 Social Mobility
2.1.1 Reinventing yourself through cosmetic surgery
2.1.1.1 Assuming Dickie's idenity < the ring and clothing. Irony "i'm not pretending to be somebody that i'm not
2.1.1.2 Irony "Better to be a fake somebody than a real nobody
2.1.2 1980's economic boom GREED DECADE
2.1.2.1 Hedonistic lifestyle leads to decline in morals
2.1.2.2 My Father Build's boats, I'd rather just sail them
2.2 Social inequity created by the rich and wealthy
2.2.1 Post WWII economic boom
2.2.1.1 Metaphor "the green leaf name opens a lot of doors
2.2.2 1950's patriarchal society
2.2.2.1 hedonistic lifestyle of the rich leading to the economic boom
2.2.2.1.1 Tom reinvents himself through clothing and wealth
2.2.2.1.1.1
2.2.2.1.2 'Can't write or spell that the privilege of a first class education'
2.2.2.2 Failure of American Dream, Increased wealth through immoral means
2.2.2.2.1 Similie/pathetic fallacy "It's like the sun shines on you.. and then he forgets you and its cold. And that's only the boys
2.2.2.3 Pip and Ripley morals decline as they desire wealth
3 PIP LEARNS FROM HIS MISTAKES < TOM DOES NOT
4 BOTH CHOOSE UNWORTHY PEOPLE TO ASPIRE TO < Dickie + Estella
5 PIP AND RIPLEY'S MORALS DECLINE AS WEALTH INCREASES
6 Juxtaposition - Pip achieves goals of higher wealth from his "common working status" - Ripley moves up when he assumes Dickies identity
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