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《Journal of Heilongjiang College of Education》 2006-03
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A Bird in Cage—An Analysis on the Female Character Miss Havisham in Great Expectations

WANG Xin-chun,SHI Hong-ying(Northeast Forestry University Foreign Language Department,Harbin 150040,China)  
Charles Dickens is the greatest critical realistic writer.His works reveal all kinds of aspects of the capitalistic society,and reflect the misery of the lower-class people.Great Expectations is his post-stage work,which shows Dickens' sharp criticism to the upper-class society of England.And the description of the tragic character Miss Havisham in Great Expectations displays the corruption of money to human's relationship.This paper analyzes the reasons of Miss Havisham's tragic ending from the aspects of the society,her family and herself,aiming at revealing the tragic status and endings of the females in the Victorian England under the male-centered society.
【CateGory Index】: I561.074
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