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Hard Times: Dicken's Industrial English Society

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Citing specific evidence from Dickens' Hard Times, describe some of the effects of industrialization and urbanization on English society in the nineteenth century.

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1. A general overview of Dickens' work
2. Aspects of Industrialization related in the story
3. On urbanization and its effects upon the English Society

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On Dickens' "Hard Times"

Charles Dickens was English most prolific writer and social critic in the 19th century, also known as the Victorian Era. The Victorian period is that era of British history under the rule of Queen Victory from 1837 to 1901. This period was long and seen as peaceful but industrially and socially, much was going on in Britain and its global ...

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The solution provides information, assistance and advise in tackling the task (see above) of reviewing the fictional work of Charles Dickens (Hard Times) to describe the effects of the industrialization and urbanization of Britain upon the British society of the 19th century. The solution is concise and cites specific elements from the novel.